Mahtomedi girls placed sixth of nine teams in the Section 5AAA track true team meet on Tuesday at Cambridge-Isanti, won by White Bear Lake.

Kylie Krawczyk and Sarah Stellmach led the Zephyrs. Krawczyk, a senior, placed second in 100 hurdles (16.18), fifth in triple jump (34-3), and sixth in long jump (16-6 1/2). Stellmach, junior sprinter, took fourth in the 100 (13.04), fourth in the 200 (26.95) and fifth in the 400 (1:01.78).

The Zephyrs had three of the top seven in the triple jump with Jacklyn One in sixth (33-7) and Caylee Greeder seventh (33-4) right behind Krawczyk.

Other top-ten finishes were by Anna Ardito, sixth in 100 hurdles (16.88); Peyton Morrell, sixth in high jump (4-8); Giorgia Birkeland, seventh in 800 run (2:33.80); Karla Korschel, eighth in 400 dash (1:03.31); Emmaline Nelson, ninth in the 800 (2:36.92); Anna Holst 10th in 200 dash (27.55); Makayla Fischer, 10th in 1600 run (5:42.23); Grace McCormick, 10th in high jump (4-8); and Abbigail Hemenway, 10th in discus (95-10).

Top Zephyr relay was the 4x800 in third (10:14.96). The 4x200 and 4x400 placed sixth.

Team scoring

1. White Bear Lake 897

2. Blaine 888.5

3. Forest Lake 822.5

4. Spring Lake Park/St. Anthony Village 772.5

5. Cambridge-Isanti 731

6. Mahtomedi 695

7. Centennial 566

8. Duluth East 333

9. St. Francis 328.5

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