The Western Reserve girls track and field team finished second with 63.5 points at the East Palestine Relays April 25.
Rootstown won the 10-team competition with 90 points and Youngstown Ursuline placed third with 52 points.
The Pioneers placed first in the 1,600-meter relay. That team of Anne Carter, Sophie Arzberger, Emily Cremer and Wade-Watta Kamara won with a time of 4 minutes, 30.48 seconds.
Also placing in the top seven for Reserve were the following:
• Discus: Sophia Causey and Madison Clark-Bruno, fifth, 150 feet, 7 inches
• Shot put: Causey and Maya Gallegos, fourth, 44-2.5
• Long jump: Carter, whose jump of 16 feet was the top jump of the meet, and Angelle Henkelmann, third, 26-9.75
• 6,400: Irina Kopyeva, Molly Hulver, Anna Ballard and Abigail Wyman, second, 25:42.6
• 400: Tricia Cunningham, Erin Dockery, Cremer and Kamara, fifth, 55.9
• Shuttles: Halle Sovich, Arzberger, Henkelmann and Carter, third, 1:15.1
• Distance medley: Kopyeva, Arzberger, Wyman and Nina Tekelenburg, third, 15:10.3
• 800: Cunningham, Cremer, Carter and Kamara, fourth, 1:56.8
• 3,200: Ballard, Sophia Nichols, Arzberger and Wyman, second, 11:40.89
• Sprint medley: Dockery, Daniela Sullinger, Sovich and Hannah Saucier, seventh, 2:09.3