Harris leads track girls to third at Lime City Relays

A pair of second place finishes by Alli Harris led the Huntington North High School girls' track team to third place in their own Lime City Relays on Saturday, May 2.

Harris, a senior, was runner-up in the shot put and discus to help HNHS accumulate 110 points on the day.

Carroll won the girls' competition with 145 points and Hamilton Southeastern scored 132. Northrop was just a point behind HNHS at 109 in the eight-team field.

Harris and teammate Leisl Davenport went 2-3 in the discus, and she and teammate Keila Clore went second and fifth, respectively, in the shot put for big points in both of those events. The Lady Vikings also got two placings in the long jump and the 3,200-meter run.

Alyssa Hurlburt placed third and Mariah Karst sixth in the long jump, and Gretchen Spahr was second and Becca Goodman eight hin the 3,200.

The Lady Vikings placed second in the 3,200-meter relay, third in the sprint medley relay and fourth in the middle distance medley. They added a sixth in the 400-meter relay.
Individually, Molly King added a third for HNHS in the 1,600-meter run, Tayah Kline placed sixth in the 300-meter hurdles and fifth in the 100-meter hurdles. Kaitlyn Teusch placed fifth in the pole vault and Jessica Huey was sixth in the high jump.