Youth was served on the girls' All-City Track and Field team with six freshmen and five sophomores landing on the member first team. Topeka West and Washburn Rural led the way with first-team selections with West garnering five first-team selections and Rural, champions at the City Meet, landing four. Anderson was the lone girls' state champion from the city this year, winning the Class 5A discus title, while Emperley was runner-up in the 5A javelin.
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Going the entire season without winning a title and battling an elbow injury that kept her out of the Centennial League meet, Anderson finished as the Class 5A state champion in the shot put, throwing a career-best 37 feet, 7 inches at the state meet to win the title by nearly a foot. She also placed 10th at state in the discus.
Anderson was fourth at the City Meet in the shot put and a regional runner-up and has ed with Washburn to continue her track career. Brooks, a sophomore, also was on the city and league championship relay. At the State Outdoors, earned a state medal with the relay that took sixth and also placed 11th in the and 12th in the The senior returned on a limited basis for the United Kansas Conference meet and won the hurdles before qualifying for state in three events. At the State Outdoors, Butterfield finished seventh in Class 5A the javelin and also was 12th in the hurdles and 12th with Heights' 1, relay.
Carter was runner-up to Wagner in the 1, at the City Meet and third in the and then came back with a runner-up finish in the at the Centennial League meet.
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The sophomore finished top three on the City Honor Roll in the1, and 3, posting the fastest 3, of the season with an Carter placed sixth in the at the State Outdoors and also helped Rural's meet, relay team to a fourth-place showing and girl 3, relay to a fifth-place finish.
She took second at the Centennial League meet in both to Manhattan's Avery Larson and then placed sixth in Class 5A in the triple jump at the State Outdoors and 13th in the long jump. Davis had season bests of She also was on West's relay team that swept city and league titles and finished sixth at state. She swept the titles at both the Topeka and Centennial League meets, posting a season-best At the State Outdoors, Druse finished fifth in both the and 1, and also was on the Vikings' 1, relay that took 15th.
Emperley was in position to add a state championship in the event as well, leading the event by five feet going into the final throws.
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But Kapaun's Sophia Gimino threw feet, 2 inches on her final throw and Emperley managed just a on her last attempt to finish second. After taking fourth at the Centennial League meet in the shot put and sixth in the discus, Falley qualified for state in the shot put and finished eighth in Class 4A.
Her season best was 35 feet, 6 inches. That followed a third-place finish in the event at the City Meet. She qualified for state in the and as part of Hayden's and 1, relays and finished fourth in Class 4A in the with a season-best time of 1 minute, 0. Hayden's relays took 14th relay and 13th 1, relay at state.
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She was runner-up in the high jump at the Centennial League meet to Topeka West's MaKinsey Jones, with whom she shared the best overall mark in the city for the season with each clearing Ingram placed fifth in the Class 6A high jump at the State Outdoors and just missed a medal at state in thetaking ninth. She also ran the anchor leg on Rural's fourth-place 1, relay at state.
She also took second at city and third at league in the triple jump and qualified for state in both events. At the State Outdoors, Jones finished 10th in the high jump and 12th in the triple jump.
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She then topped that mark by seven feet at regionals to take the regional title with a throw ofwhich was the best mark overall in the city this year. Petersen endured an off day at the State Outdoors, placing 10th.
She swept the and titles at the City, Centennial League and Class 5A regional meets while taking second in the and also running leadoff on West's winning relays at each of the meets. At the State Outdoors, Reed placed eighth in the and just missed the medal stand with a ninth in the She also took 13th in the and was on West's sixth-place relay. She won the City Meet title in the and was second in the while also leading the T-Birds' 1, relay to a title.
At a loaded United Kansas Conference meet, she was second in the and third in the and after qualifying for state inand 1, relay, winning theshe placed fourth at the State Outdoors in the12th in the and 12th with the 1, relay. She swept titles in both events at both the City and Centennial League meets and qualified for state in both. At the State Outdoors, Stallbaumer finished seventh in the hurdles and eighth in the hurdles and also was on Seaman's 15th-place 1, relay.
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Wagner also won the 1, at the Centennial League meet and posted a runner-up finish at City in the At the State Outdoors, Wagner finished 10th in Class 6A in the 1, and 11th in the and ran the leadoff leg on Rural's fifth-place 3, relay. Wilkerson was third at the Centennial League meet in the discus and after winning her regional title, she placed seventh in Class 5A at the State Outdoors.
Highland Park — Ciarra McWilliams.
Topeka High — Georgia Kelly. Topeka West — Malayah Henderson.
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