Lindsey Murray took first place in the pole vault Wednesday in helping Harrisburg to a fourth place finish at the Carmi-White County Invitational, while Eldorado finished 10th out of 12 teams by getting a strong performance from Sadie Steed in the triple jump.
Murray cleared 10-foot-6 in the pole vault, while Steed jumped 30-feet-2 in the triple jump to held lead their respective schools.
Other finishes for Harrisburg included a second place finish for Amy DeNeal in the triple jump as she went 31-feet and Kelsey Hobbs finished second in the 100 meter dash with a time of 13.45.
The Harrisbrug 4x800 meter relay team finished second with a time of 11:29, while the 4x400 meter relay team finished fourth with a time of 4:56.53
Miranda Elders took third place in the 400 meter dash with a time of 1:07.9, while Hanna Henshaw had a time of 2:52.71 in the 800 meter run.
Murray also had a fifth place finish in the 300 intermediate hurdles with a time of 59.27.
Devan Jones finished fifth in the shot put with a throw of 30-feet-1, while Amanda Stricklin had a toss of 82-feet-6 in the discus.
For Eldorado, Erica Graczyk took fourth in the high jump, clearing 4-feet-8 and Dempsey Hankins had a time of 14:15 in the 3200 meter run for a fouth place finish.
The 3200 meter relay team of Dempsey Hankins, Danielle Bradley, Alyssa Payne and Erica Graczyk finished fifth in a time of 12:14.4 and Bradley finished fifth in the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 20.6. Hankins took sixth in the 1600 meter run with a time of 6:36.
Benton won the meet with a team total score of 125, while Christopher was second at 115. Flora finished third with 64 points followed by Harrisburg (60). Carmi-White County and Hamilton County (43) rounding out the top five, while Sesser-Valier (28), Johnston City (21), Fairfield (21) and Eldorado (19) rounded out the top 10. Weber Township had 18 points and Norris City-Omaha-Enfield had 1 point.