The Palmyra boys and girls track and field teams were not at full strength Friday evening but still managed respectable showings at the Brookfield Relays.

The Palmyra boys and girls track and field teams were not at full strength Friday evening but still managed respectable showings at the Brookfield Relays.

Missing athletes due to an FFA Convention and a few injuries, the boys team placed ninth in the team standings with 43 points. The Lady Panthers fared better as they tallied 70 points, which was good for fourth in the field of 19 teams.

On the boys side, Tristan Gottman came away with the only blue ribbon for the Panthers as he won the javelin throw. Gottman’s winning mark went for 141 feet, 11 inches.

“Probably the highlight of the meet for us was Tristan winning the javelin,” Panthers coach Kevin Miles said. “That was pretty cool.”

Freshman Dylan Redd came away with a red ribbon in the pole vault. Redd closet a personal best in the event by learning 11-6. Teammates Trenton Manning finished three spots behind with a jump of 10-6, for fifth place.

Manning also earned a fourth place finish in the long jump with a leap of 18-6 ¼.

Brock Boulware (2:11.38) and Garrett Illa (2:14.22) finished fourth and fifth for the Panthers in the 800.

The Panthers 3,200 and 1,600 relay teams finished fourth and seventh respectively to round out the scoring.

The Lady Panthers scored in 14 events led by a second place effort in the 3,200 relay.

Gracie Bross, Lauren Van Tress, Lexi Arch and Reagan Lehenbauer teamed up for a runners-up time of 11 minutes, 49.33 seconds in the event.

Bross also came home with a fourth place medal in the 1,600 meters (6:19.93) and fifth place in the 800 (2:47.59).

Lehenbauer finished sixth in the 800 with a time of 2:50.75.

Sheyenne Anderson finished third and fourth in the 300 hurdles (52.19) and 100 hurdles (17.97), respectively.

Kendra Maples finished third in the triple jump with a mark of 30-11.

Bailey Lovelace came away with a pair of fifth place finishes. The freshman leaped 14-7 ½ in the long jump and finished with a time of 14.12 in the 100.

Grace Watson also picked up two ribbons. She placed seventh in the long jump (14-1 ½) and sixth in the javelin with a throw of 91-3.

Bralynn Kerley and Hattie Haerr both cleared 4-8 in the high jump for seventh and eighth place efforts, respectively.

Morgan Ingram cleared 8-0 in the pole vault for a third place finish, while Brooke Wilson finished sixth in the shot put with a heave of 32-8.

The Lady Panthers 3,200 relay team also finished sixth with a time of 4:50.11.