Senior Lauren Elmore's school record toss in the shot put helped the Cumberland County High School Lady Jet track team finish second in Cookeville Tuesday afternoon.

CCHS was second behind the hosts and ahead of Warren County, Macon County and Livingston.

The senior tossed the shot put 35'10", breaking her own record of 35'7", set at last year's sectional.

Said Coach Marty Davis, "She should be over 40 feet by the end of the season."

Other Lady Jets winning events were Grace Andersen (triple jump and discus), Courtney Koehl (1600) and Julie Kirkham (long jump).

Placing second were Elmore (triple jump and discus), Kirkham (400), Grace Andersen (800) and Lynea Serleth (100 and 200).

Serleth's time in the 200 is a CCHS senior class record.

Second place relays were the 4 x 100 and 4 x 200 (Allison Gentry, Randell Todd, Paige Chappell and Shana Meaux) and the 4 x 400 and 4 x 800 teams with Jigna Patel, Deonna Lynch, Stephanie Moerdyke and Corrie Dyer.

Coming in third were Serleth (long jump), Callie Shanks (3200), Katrina DeVore (1600) and Stephanie Moerdyke (300 hurdles).

Fourths went to Serleth (high jump), Lacy Loggins (3200) and Elmore (200).

Scoring points for the Lady Jets in fifth were Kirkham (high jump), Randell Todd (100 hurdles) and Gentry (100).

Others getting personal records were Chappell (shot put), Moerdyke (100 hurdles), Laura Stone (400) and Kristin Hall (800).

For the Jets, finishing first was Aaron Andersen in the 400 meter dash. Aaron Andersen, Bryant Davis, Zach Stewart and E. J. Williams took first in the 4 x 400 relay, with Aaron Andersen, Davis, Cody Keck and Stewart first in the 4 x 800.

Stewart's 400 and 800 times run during the relays set CCHS senior class records.

Taking seconds were Aaron Andersen (high jump) and Joseph DeLorenzo (1600 and 3200).

In third place was Williams (100) and the 4 x 200 team of Kyle Cokkinias, Michael Campbell, John Guidara and Williams.

Williams also finished fourth in the long jump, while in fifth were Rusty Arwood (discus) and Robbie Krumpols (3200).

Others setting personal records were Justin Houston (shot put), Guidara (shot put), T.J. Noel (800 and 3200), Evan Sells (800 and 1600), and Cokkinias (2000).

Cookeville won the team competition, with Macon County second, CCHS third, Livingston fourth and Warren County fifth.

Stewart was the CCHS' athlete of the meet.

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