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Carroll County track and field visited conference rival Henry County for a six-school meet Tuesday, April 10.
Devin Gray led the Panthers with a second-place finish in the 800-meter run, and Blake Newby set a new personal best in discus, finishing in fourth place.
In the girls events, three Lady Panthers took first place: Andie Hardesty won the high-jump event, Kirsten Arvin won the pole-vault event and Jessie Smith won the triple-jump event.
Out of 18 events scored, both the girls and the boys teams finished in fourth place against their respective competition.
Carroll County was back in action at Henry County on Tuesday, April 17. However, results were unavailable by press time.
The team returns home Friday, April 20, for the fourth annual Carroll County Invite.
Lady Panthers Results:
Andie Hardesty, first place in high jump and 5th place in 300 meter hurdles; Kirsten Arvin, first place in pole vault; Jessie Smith, first in triple jump, fourth in long jump and seventh in 100-meter dash; Raenah Hawkins, third in discus; Jenna Richmond, third in 800-meter run; Cheyenne Long, fifth in shot put; Kelsey Hoskins, sixth in 100-meter dash and eighth in long jump; Karly Prosser, eighth in shot put and eighth in discus; Nicole States, ninth in discus; and Stevie Ogburn, tenth in 100-meter dash.
The 4x100-meter relay team of Mallory Bickers, Kirsten Arvin, Taylor Baker and Stevie Ogburn finished in third place with a time of 1:02.1.
Devin Gray, second place in 800-meter run; Taylor Schirmer, third place in 300-meter hurdles; Brandon Osborne, fourth place in 300-meter hurdles; Blake Newby, fourth place in discus; Michael Burns, fifth place in 800-meter run; Austin Blankenship, sixth place in pole vault; Malachi Corbin, ninth place in shot put; and Jacinto Martinez, tenth place in discus.