The North Clay Lady Knights track team finished their season on a high note by winning the Clay City Relays and taking second in the Western Indiana Conference meet.
The Knights registered 128 points to Linton's 107 to emerge victorious at the Relays.
North Clay did much of their damage in the field events as Ashley McDonald won the discus with a record throw of 86-11, just ahead of teammate Ashley Davis' 86-6. Jonna Harland took fifth place in the event. Davis took the top spot in shotput.
Sixth grader Shandi Travis had a big night by posting a personal record when she cleared 4-8 in the high jump to finish second. Jenica Yocom was fourth in the long jump.
Kyler Clark took third place in the low hurdles ahead of Morgan Judd. Cayla Yockey and Renee Leslie scored third and fifth in the 100 meters and Tiffany Young was first in the 1,600 meters. Cassandra Barnett took fourth.
In the 400 relay, Yockey, Clark, Leslie and Andrea Thomas finished third after a bad handoff. Hannah Hunter scored second place points in the 400 and Young won the 800 while teammates Allison True and Nikki Mogan were fourth and fifth.
Judd took second in the 300 hurdles, Clark took fifth. The 1,600 relay team of Leslie Hunter, Nikki Mogan and Rachel Packard finished second.
In the WIC meet, the throwing team of McDonald and Davis excelled once again.
Davis won the shotput and McDonald increased her best throw in the discus with a throw of 90-0. Davis scored fourth place points.
Leslie finished third in the 100 meter finals. Clark and Judd finished third and fourth in the hurdle events.
The 3,200 relay team of Young, True, Hunter and Mogan took third before Young took fourth in the 1,600 and 800.
Yockey, Clark, Thomas and Leslie were third in the 400 relay event. The 1,600 relay team however came home with the victory, giving the Knights second place as a team behind Owen Valley.
The boys team finished fourth at the Clay City Relays but received a first place finish from Clint Grey in the 110 hurdles. He was third in the 300 hurdles and long jump.
Hunter Reberger was second in the 800, fifth in the 100 meters and sixth in the long jump. Drew White took second in the 200 while Jared Swift was sixth in the 400. The 400 relay team of White, Reberger, Alex Smith and Cory Bryan were third and the 1,600 relay team of White, Swift, Grey and Seth Wright were third.
In the WIC meet, Grey was second in the 100 hurdles and a fourth place in the long jump. Reberger was second in the 800 while Chris Dean was third in the pole vault.