Combined efforts from multiple event scorers had the Nebraska City girls’ track team finishing fourth out of eight teams at the Pioneers’ annual home meet Tuesday.
Plattsmouth won the girls’ side of the meet with 143 points. Bishop Neumann was second.
Nebraska City scored 70 points.
Both Parker Lee and Gretchen Sornson had three individual event medals.
Sornson ran first in the 100 hurdles with a time of 16.85 and added a fourth place medal in the 300 hurdles, 52.33; and a fifth place long jump of 15.’
Lee was second in both the long jump, 15’11.5” and 100 meters, 13.5. She was also third in the 200, 28.16.
Kelsie Stovall and Taylor Moyer were two event scorers for Nebraska City.
Moyer ran first in the 200, 27.83, and added fourth in the 100, 13.65. Stovall was fourth in the triple jump, 30’4,” and fifth in the 400 meters, 1:06.43.
Mackenzie Anthens also scored an individual medal with a fifth place throw of 32’11.5” in the shot.
On the relay side, Moyer, Sornson, Stovall and Lee combined to post a second place time of 52.39 in the 4x100. Courtney Smith, Layne Davis, Madison Reimers and Abby Balfour ran a fifth place time of 4:55.22 in the 4x400.

Tyler Lechner posted a first place finish in the pole vault with a 9’ effort at a pre-meet competition at Plattsmouth. Korby Lee had the only medal for the boys’ side on Tuesday with a run of 16.16 in the 110 meter hurdles.
Nebraska City scored 14 team points and was eighth of eight teams.