The Colon girls track and field team took second place at Monday’s Southern Central Athletic Association jamboree at Camden-Frontier. With 72 points, the Magi finished just behind the home team, which scored 80 points.
Waldron placed third with 68 and Bellevue was fourth with eight.
Tallison Wilson clearned 9-feet, 3-inches for a win in the pole vault and jumped 4-11 for first place in high jump. Hunter Stroh crossed the line in 1:08 to win the 300-meter hurdles. Colon’s 3200 relay team of Skyler Harvey, Anessa Broker, Abby Stoll and Megan Martin posted a time of 12:10 for the victory.
The 800 relay team of Bailey Fisher, Megan Norton, Stoll and Wilson was second (2:09) and the 400 relay quartet of Fisher, Stoll, Broker and Norton also finished runner-up with a time of 1:01.52. Also finishing second was the 1600 relay consisting of Martin, Stoll, Norton and Fisher in a time of 5:20.
Broker turned in a 6:18 for second place in the mile and Wilson ran a 31.07 to lose by five one-hundredths of a second in the 200-meter dash. Harvey’s time of 14:22 in the 3200 meters was good for second place.
Stroh earned third in the 100 hurdles (23.12), Harvey clocked 6:18 for third in the mile, Broker was also third in the 800 (3:01) and Brianne Beichert’s time of 17:20 placed third in the 3200.