The HMS boys finished second out of nine squads with 117 team points, while the girls squad placed fourth overall with 87.33 points.

The Hannibal Middle School track and field teams closed their seasons Monday afternoon at the Moberly Invite.

The HMS boys finished second out of nine squads with 117 team points, while the girls squad placed fourth overall with 87.33 points.

Daylan Reading won first in a pair of events for the Pirates. He placed first in the triple jump with a distance of 37 feet, 5 inches, and also recorded the top discus throw at 136 feet, 7 inches.

Damien French won the 100 meter dash with a time of 11.93 seconds, while Reading placed second in the 200 meters in 25.42. 

Keaton Scott earned the 1,600 meter crown with a first-place time of 5:15.77 and also finished second in the 800 meters in 2:18.60. 

Joey Worthington finished third in the triple jump (36-01.00), and Brayden Harn was third in the shot put (35 even).

Lyndon Otten and Kaiser Greenwell placed fourth (8-06.00) and fifth (8-00.00), respectively, in the pole vault.

Dylan Admire and and Levi Erskine joined French and Reading to take second in the 4x200 meter relay in 1:43.07. Dylan Cheadle teamed with Erskine, Admire and French for third in the 4x100 (50.78).

Landon Cooke, Erskine, Cheadle and Scott earned fourth in the 4x400 (4:12.77) before Landon Cooke, Caden Cooke, Jacob Chapman and Miles McIntyre took fifth in the 4x800 (11:10.15).

Other finishes for the HMS boys included Worthington (fifth in 100 hurdles, eighth in high jump), Landon Cooke (fourth in high jump, 10th in 400), Caden Cooke (ninth in 800), Admire (sixth in 100 hurdles, seventh in long jump), Colin Westhoff (12th in 1,600), French (ninth in long jump), Dalton Gauch (sixth in shot put) and Tanner VanWinkle (ninth in 200, 13th in 400 and 16th in 100).

Cami Bross and Bella Falconer each recorded first-place individual finishes to lead the Lady Pirates.

Bross won the high jump with a leap of 4 feet, 10 inches, while Falconer earned the crown in the triple jump at 30 feet, 9 ½ inches.

Aliviah Williams raced to third in the 100 meter dash with a time of 29.51 seconds and also placed third in the triple jump at 29 feet, 4 inches. Falconer took third place in the pole vault at 6 feet, 6 inches. 

Anna Echternacht continued the girls' success with a second-place throw in the discus of 83 feet, 4 inches. Her shot put attempt of 30 feet, 5 inches was good for third. 

Katie Cole, Alayna Sutter, Destiny Weber and Kaydence Stewart teamed up for third place in the 4x100 meter relay with a time of 57.76 seconds. Williams, Cole and Stewart joined Jade Thomas to place fourth in the 4x200 in 200:48.

Alexia Gonzales, Ally Hull, Emma Christie and Avion Scott placed sixth in the 4x400 (5:02.87), while Molly Large, Danielle Gallup, Kendall Potter and Koren Lewton took seventh in the 4x800.

Gonzales placed fifth in the 1,600 meters in 6:21.94, while Hull placed eighth (6:42.73) in the same race. 

Other finishes for the HMS girls included Sophie Douglas (eighth in 100), Thomas (ninth in 400, seventh in 75 hurdles, eighth in high jump), Avion Scott (10th in 400), Lewton (seventh in 800), Hull (ninth in 800), Falconer (eighth in 75 hurdles, sixth in long jump), Aliviah Williams (eighth in long jump), Illecia Williams (sixth in shot put) and Bailey Brown (17th in discus).