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CENTRALIA — Junior Daelyn Schmauch came in second in the 800 meters (2 minutes, 32.20 seconds) to help direct the Ladybirds to a third-place finish at the Centralia Classic on Monday night.

In the boys' division, senior Paden Lewis broke his own school record in winning the discus at 156 feet, 3 inches and was also victorious in the shot put at 54-1 1/2 as the Thunderbirds took fourth as a team.

Junior Ellie Eckert was second in the long jump (14-11) as the North Callaway girls logged 99.5 points. Sophomore Olivia Isaacks finished third in the triple jump (30-6) and tied for third in the high jump (4-8).

Sophomore Kaleigh Moore followed Schmauch in third place in the 800 (2:34.35), while sophomore Olivia Brown placed third in the 100 hurdles (:19.88). Junior Kira Douglas came in third in the pole vault (8-0), sophomore Brittany Hawkins took third in the long jump (14-10) and fourth in the shot put (33-4 1/2), and senior Christa Gilman was fourth in the triple jump (29-10).

The Ladybirds' 3,200 relay of junior River Nolting, Brianna Douglas and Madison Isaacks, and freshman Rachael Jeffries finished third (11:59.18). Sophomore Makenna Allen, freshman Hannah Cundiff, Kira Douglas and freshman Kyanne Kellerman were fourth in the 800 relay (2:00.29).

The quartet of Schmauch, Moore, Jeffries and Nolting placed fourth in the 1,600 relay (4:33.30).

Senior Khobi Kellerman triumphed in the 800 in 2:09.61 and sophomore Dakota Cash prevailed in the 100 with a time of :12.12 as the North Callaway boys tallied 90 points. Junior Zeb Meffert equalled his own school record in taking third in the pole vault (13-0), while freshman Trevor Ray came in fourth in both the 100 (:12.52) and 200 (:25.07).

The Thunderbirds' 800 relay of sophomore Braeden Garner, freshman Pedro Baires, sophomore Drew Rohrbach and freshman Manuel Moreno finished third (1:51.97). Cash, Ray, junior Cody Lee and senior Carson Poe came in fourth in the 400 relay (:47.93).

Centralia completed a sweep of the boys' and girls' team titles with 237 and 202.5 points, respectively.

North Callaway returns to Centralia for the Class 3, District 4 championships at 9:30 a.m. Saturday.

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