EASTLAND — The Early Longhorns and Lady Horns both placed sixth in the final team standings at the Eastland Relays on Thursday.
The Lady Horns generated 70 points, which left them behind Cisco (130), Jim Ned (116), Eastland (100), Clyde (93) and Sweetwater (72). Meanwhile, the Longhorns produced 44 points, which trailed Cisco (181.5), Eastland (128), Clyde (98.5), Sweetwater (94) and Jim Ned (55).
The Early girls earned seven medals, including a pair of golds from Callie Campbell, who placed first in both the 1600 meters (5:57.04) and the 3200 meters (12:48). Silver medals were collected by Aubrey Horton in the discus (109-9.5), Hannah McDaniel in the triple jump (34-5.25) and Chelsea Johnston in the 800 meters (2:31.1). Horton, in the shot put (33-5), and Johnston, in the 400 meters (1:06.12), also picked up bronze medals.
Other point producers for the Lady Horns included fourth-place finishers Sarah Smithey in the shot put (33-5) and Rylie McGinnis in the 800 meters (2:49.34); fifth-place performers
Taylor King in the 100 meters (13.64) and Lauren Winborn in the 3200 meters (14:04); and sixth-place efforts belonged to King in the long jump (14-6.25) and Breana Cooley in the 800 meters (3:01.19).
The Early boys earned four medals and three — one of each variety — were captured by Grant Gowdy. Gowdy placed first in the 800 meters (2:06.22), second in the 400 meters (52.65) and third in the 1600 meters (5:10.06). Quenton Winborn also took home a bronze medal in the 800 meters (2:18.59).
The 4x200 relay team of Grady Benton, Jake Fisher, Riley Mitchell and Joaquin Pesina came in fourth (1:44.65) while Sean Jones finished fifth in both the discus (100-3) and shot put (40-2). The 4x100 relay team, comprised of the same runners as the 800-meter foursome, placed sixth (48.1).
The Longhorns and Lady Horns will be back in action at the Goldthwaite Relays on Thursday.