Lebanon track and field team fares well at Ozark Conference

Photo courtesy of Nicholas Mebruer

Lebanon junior Grace Calhoun reset her school record in the 300 meter hurdles at the Ozark Conference tournament in Camdenton on Friday. The Lebanon girls’ placed second as a team.


The Lebanon girls’ track and field team had a strong showing on Friday, finishing second place at the Ozark Conference Tournament in Camdenton finishing only behind the Kickapoo Chiefs, while the Lebanon boys finished eighth overall.

The girls’ won four conference championships as Kelsey Winfrey won the 800-meter run and triple jump, Wynter Nekola was the high jump champion and finished second in the 400 meter dash. The ‘Jackets’ Grace Calhoun, Jenna Glendenning, Nekola, and Winfrey won the 4x400 meter relay.

Calhoun, who owns the school record in the 300 meter hurdles, reset her record with a time of 46.91 seconds and received third place and also finished third in the 100 meter hurdles. The relay team of Calhoun, Glendenning, Kiara Waterman and Jazzlyn Wells finished second in the 4x100 meter relay.

Liz Christal, Abby O’Connor, Neveah Page and Winfrey took home second place in the 4x800 meter relay. Christal finished fourth in the 800 meter run and O’Connor finished fourth in the 400 meter dash.

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