Abby Casper takes a handoff from Destinee Ullom during the 4x100 seventh-grade girls' relay.

Team records for the Houston Middle School track program continue to fall.

Two new marks were set last Tuesday in West Plains. Two more fell five days earlier in Salem.

Seventh-grader Abby Casper established new school records in the 100 meters (13.48) and 400 meters (1:06.5) in West Plains. Her 100 time eclipsed her own school record.

At Salem, seventh-grader Jaydin Ramsey’s leap of 27 feet, 4 inches in the triple jump was a program-best. Eighth grader Skylur Malam leapt 5 feet, 9 inches to eclipse the high jump record.

The seventh-grade girls’ 4×100 relay team also finished first at the West Plains meet, which included 17 schools. The team consisted of Casper, Tori McCloud, Destinee Ullom and Ramsey.

McCloud finished second in the hurdles. Ullom was third in the 200 meters.

Eighth-grader Shelby Cremer finished second in the triple jump.

For the boys, seventh-grader Kylor Curtis was second in the triple jump. The eighth-grade 4×400 relay of Malam, Charlie Hall, Weston Phipps and Caleb Atkison finished second.

At Salem, the seventh-grade girls’ 4×100 relay was among four first-place finishes. Casper won the 100 and 400 meters and Ramsey was first in the triple jump.

McCloud (hurdles), Alyssa Hayes (high jump) and Emily Shea (shot put) each finished second.

Cremer won the triple jump for the eight grade girls. Krista Scott was third in the hurdles. The 4×200 relay of Summer Neal, Scott, Cremer and Monica Hunter finished third.

Trenton Best won the hurdles and finished second in the 400 meters for the seventh grade boys.

The eighth-grade boys’ 4×400 relay finished second. The 4×100 was third.

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