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  • Keys sets new school record for pole vault

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  • The annual Girls Nite Out meet was held in Springfield on Thursday night last week, and amongst 24 schools, the Lady Lakers performed admirably, with more than a few recording personal bests.
    Leading the way for Camdenton once again was McKenzie Wright, who finished first in the high jump and triple jump, along with a second-place finish in the long jump, marking her personal best in the event with a distance of 17 feet and 7 inches.
    But the big news for the Lady Lakers on the night was Judy Keys setting a new school record in the pole vault, as she cleared 10' 6", good enough for a first-place finish.
    Keys also finished third in the 100 meter hurdles.
    "This is probably the most medals we have ever earned in this meet. We had several other athletes turn in season bests in their events, some just missing medals," Coach Jon McNabb said. "We continue to improve in most events and look forward to the Laker Relays on Monday."
    Medals were given to the first eight finishers in each event.
    The Lady Lakers return to action on Monday, April 14 for the Laker Relays. Start time is set for 4 p.m.
    Results
    1st place
    Judy Keys Pole Vault 10'6"
    McKenzie Wright High Jump 5'4"
    McKenzie Wright Triple Jump 36'7"
    2nd Place
    McKenzie Wright 17'7
    3rd Place
    Judy Keys 100 Hurdles 16.32
    4th Place
    Maisy Borden 100m 12.79
    5th Place
    Polly Dinsdale 200m 27.11
    6th Place
    Maisy Borden Long Jump 15'10
    4x200 relay Kristyn Carpenter, Josie Dinsdale, Polly Dinsdale, Bailey Danuser  1:51.99
    7th Place
    Josie Dinsdale 200 27.26
    Emily Baker 100 13.23
    8th Place
    Tessa Weber 5:37.67

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