Mounds View will have two entrants in the state girls track meet as shot-putter Hadley Streit and the 4x800 relay team each placed first in the Section 5AA meet Saturday at home.
Streit, a senior, threw the shot a personal-best 41 feet, 1/4 inch. She also placed fourth in discus (124-1).
The 4x800 team of eighth-grader Kate Roeber, freshman Magnolia Taylor, sophomore Taylor Isabel, and freshman Lauren Kath won in 9:47.55.
The Mustangs placed fifth among 15 teams. Top five were St. Michael-Albertville with 153.75, Spring Lake Park 124, Champlin Park 79.75, Anoka 78.5 and Mounds View 77.75.
Four Mustangs placed in the 800 run — Kath, fourth (2:27.35); Abigail Oakland, fifth (2:27.36); Eva Barsness, sixth (2:29.09); and Ella Hebert, seventh (2:29.79).
Also scoring points were Sangai Dukuly, fifth, triple jump (35-2 1/4); Jaylyn Ahlberg, fifth, pole vault (10-3), with Margaret Anderson, ninth (9-3); Kaja Holtz, sixth, discus (109-0); Kylie Stromquist, seventh, 200 run (26.72); Taylor Isabel, seventh, 3200 run (11:47.04); and Sophia Ohlmann, eighth, high jump (4-9).
In relays, the 4x400 team of Roeber, Dukuly, Ivy Nystrom, and Taylor placed third (4:11.25), and the 4x200 team of Dukuly, Camille Tran, Stromquist, and Nystrom was fifth (1:50.70). The 4x100 team suffered a disqualification.
The state Class AA meet will be held Saturday, with boys starting at 10 a.m. and girls at 3:30 p.m., at St. Michael-Albertville High School.