The Airedalettes placed first in five individual events and won the River Valley Conference meet at home on Monday.

Lydia Mann won three events while Ariel Towns-Robinson secured first in the throwing events.

Alma had 168 points followed by Ramsey (119) and Van Buren (112.5).

Mann, a seventh grader, was first in the 100-meter hurdles (17.39 seconds), and in the triple jump (32 feet, 7 inches). Mann also took first in the long jump with a leap of 14-11.5 inches and edged out Ramsey’s Shakira Pendergast by a half inch. She was also runner up in the 300 hurdles and seventh in the shot put.

Ariel Towns-Robinson earned first in both the shot put with a throw of 36-3.5, and the discus (92-9). She was also fifth in the 100, and sixth in the long jump.

Chara Dean collected first in the 200 (29.52), fourth in the 100, and fifth in the 100 hurdles.

Mann set a school record with long jump, while Towns-Robinson broke the school record with her shot put throw.

Alma collected 16 ribbons out of 16 events, and of the 51 individual entries, 23 of them were new personal records. The Airedalettes qualified for 40 entries in the regional meet at Greenwood.

Van Buren swept the relays winning the 400 (54.74), 1,600 (4:41.31), and 3,200 (11:23.91).

Gracie Carter won the 100-meter dash in 13.66 seconds for Van Buren, and was third in the triple jump, fifth in the 100 hurdles, and eighth in the long jump.

The Van Buren Pointers finished runner up to Chaffin at the meet. The Cougars had 166.5 points while the Pointers totalled 105.5. Ramsey was third with 98 and Alma took fourth with 7.5.

In the boys’ division, Alma’s Logan Chronister won the 300-meter hurdles. The Airedales also won the 3,200-meter relay. Chronister was also seventh in the long jump.

Van Buren’s Brayden Branch won both the discus with a throw of 150 feet, 7 inches, and the shot put (43-7).

The Airedalettes placed first in five individual events and won the River Valley Conference meet at home on Monday.

Lydia Mann won three events while Ariel Towns-Robinson secured first in the throwing events.

Alma had 168 points followed by Ramsey (119) and Van Buren (112.5).

Mann was first in the 100-meter hurdles (17.39 seconds), and first in the triple jump (32-7). Mann also took first in the long jump with a leap of 14 feet, 11.5 inches and edged out Ramsey’s Shakira Pendergast by a half inch. She was also runner up in the 300 hurdles and seventh in the shot put.

Ariel Towns-Robinson earned first in both the shot put with a throw of 36-3.5, and the discus (92-9). She was also fifth in the 100, and sixth in the long jump.

Van Buren swept the relays winning the 400 (54.74), 1,600 (4:41.31), and 3,200 (11:23.91).

Gracie Carter won the 100-meter dash in 13.66 seconds for Van Buren, and was third in the triple jump, fifth in the 100 hurdles, and eighth in the long jump.

The Van Buren Pointers finished runner up to Chaffin at the meet. The Cougars had 166.5 points while the Pointers totalled 105.5. Ramsey was third with 98 and Alma took fourth with 7.5.

In the boys’ division, Alma’s Logan Chronister won the 300-meter hurdles. The Airedales also won the 3,200-meter relay. Chronister was also seventh in the long jump.

Van Buren’s Brayden Branch won both the discus with a throw of 150 feet, 7 inches, and the shot put (43-7).

Girls’

Van Buren

Carlie Nguyen picked up second in the pole vault, while Candence Nguyen was fourth. Carlie Nguyen was also seventh in the long jump.

Emily Kelly nabbed third in the 400, and tied for seventh in the high jump.

Elizabeth Yancey earned third in the discus.

Bailey Wilson earned fifth in the 100.

In the 800, Caitlyn Diaz was third followed by Emma Morton (fourth), and Amie Kohr (fifth). Diaz was also second in the 1,600 and Kohr took third in the same event.

In the discus, Daisy Guiterrez was seventh and Cami Henson took eighth.

Alma

Alma took second in the 1,600 relay, third in the 3,200 and fifth in the 400.

Rebekah McIntosh picked up second in the 400 and in the high jump, fifth in the pole vault, and eighth in the triple jump.

Rhiannon Posey nabbed third in the 200, and fourth in the pole vault.

Placing third was Hannah Amoudeh (400), Haley White (300 hurdles), and Sidney Hatley (shot put).

Joshlyn Bias earned fifth in the shot put and sixth in the discus.

Paige Henson captured sixth in the pole vault and eighth in the 300 hurdles.

Katelyn Valdez seized seventh in the 1,600.

Brooke Phenis secured eighth in both the 800 and the 1,600.

Boys’

Van Buren

The Pointers were runner-up in the 400 relay. Van Buren nabbed fourth in the 1,600 relay and fifth in the 3,200 relay.

Gary Phillips picked up second in the triple jump and fifth in the long jump.

Alan Hansana secured third in the 110-meter hurdles and fourth in the 300 hurdles.

Brandon Scott took third in the triple jump and seventh in the 800.

Blayden Ross earned third in the discus.

T.J. Dyer seized fourth in the shot put.

Hunter Laxon placed fifth in the 110-meter hurdles.

Gavin Dominic seized sixth in the 300 hurdles and eighth in the 110 hurdles.

Also capturing sixth was Ethan Brown (400) and Parker Brown (1,600).

Collecting seventh was Josh Adams (pole vault) and Bradley Shores (discus).

Van Buren picked up a quartet of eighth-place finishes with Xavier McCormick (400), Luke Dunbar (800), Baylor Shook (high jump), and Trace Chambers (pole vault).

Alma

Alma secured fifth in the 1,600 relay

Zachary McCoy seized second in the pole vault, and Kyle Jones captured third in the 400.

Dakota Valencia tied third in the high jump and was eighth in the triple jump.

Taking fifth was Bradyn Meinardus (pole vault) and Brayden Jones (discus).

Tyler Williams earned sixth in the discus.

Picking up seventh was Joseph York (300 hurdles), Chance Billings (high jump), and Landon Burkhart (shot put).

Securing eighth for Alma was Martin Nunez (800), Jael Nuez (1,600), and Conner Stacy (300 hurdles).