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KINGDOM CITY — The North Callaway Thunderbirds finished second in North Callaway Relays, while the Lady Thunderbirds took fourth as a team Thursday.

The boys finished with 52 points, trailing only Louisiana's 88.5 points in the four-team event, while the girls tallied 33.5 points.

C.J. Cunningham had a hand in both first-place finishes for the North Callaway boys.

Individually, Cunningham won the 400-meter dash with at time of 1:01.80. He also helped the 4x100-meter relay to a first-place time of 54.50 seconds, with the help of Chance Green, Haden Lee and Erik Blair.

On the girls side, Faith Cash won the shot put with a throw of 27 feet, 11.5 inches, while Kymorie Myers finished first in the discus with a throw of 75-0.

Erik Blair had a pair of second-place finishes for the Thunderbirds, posting jumps of 5-0.5 in the high jump and 15-0 in the long jump.

Levi Drake placed second in the boys 1,600-meter run with a time of 5:29.10 and Andrew Shirley was runner-up in the boys shot put with a throw of 31-10.25.

The North Callaway girls 4x100 of Addy Bedsworth, Jaden Smithee, Rylee Horstman and Taylor Jones took second with a time of 58.00 seconds, while Natalie Shryock was second in the girls high jump, clearing a height of 3-11.25.

The North Callaway boys 4x400 of Cunningham, Dane Kemp, Drake and Clayton Moore placed third with a time of 4:18.60.

Other third-place finishers for the Thunderbirds were Kemp in the 400 (1:05.45), Moore in the 800-meter run (2:26.20) and Justice Flax in the discus (88-5).

The North Callaway girls had two third-place relays. Bedsworth, Eva Miles, Smithee and Jones had a time of 2:06.20 in the 4x200, while Cora Tripp, Grace Rasmussen, Myers and Shryock ran the 4x400 in 5:17.40.

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