The field events were strong for the West Allis Hale and West Allis Central girls track and field teams in the Greater Metro Conference Indoor Meet on March 29.
The Huskies and Bulldogs scored many of their points in those events, highlighted by a number of top-four finishes.
Hale's HaLena Lassiter earned the highest place with second in the shot put at 35 feet, 2 inches, and the Huskies' Abigail Stevens claimed third in both the high jump with 5 feet even and the long jump with 16-4¾ and fourth in the triple jump at 32-10.
Central's Madison Williams came in fourth in the long jump with 16-4, with Hale's Abby Arena fifth at 15-9¼ and Serina Pehowski sixth with 15-8¼.
A video slideshow of the Greater Metro Conference indoor championships Wednesday, March 29, at West Allis Central. Peter Zuzga/Now Media Group
In the pole vault, Hale's Courtney Niemczyk, Marlea Mastopolo and Melanie Freet all tied for fifth place with 8 feet even, and Maddie Lawson of Hale came in sixth in the high jump with 4-8.
Also for Hale, Jade Liddell was seventh in the shot put with 31-9 and Arena eighth in the triple jump with 31-1.
Central's Williams placed fourth in the 55-meter dash (7.83 seconds), Hale's 4x160 relay team of Ashley Haas, Alivia Duffay, Pehowski and Arena came in fifth (1 minute, 35.71 seconds) and the Huskies' 3,200-meter relay squad of Faith Sether, Nicole Kleist, Monica Kusik and Bella Slotke took sixth (13:25.49).
Claiming seventh was Central's 4x160 unit of Jaylah Baker, Semetria Jackson, Anyia Thomas and Miluv Jones (1:37.7) and Hale's 4x240 group of Haas, Duffay, Niemczyk and Maddie Lawson (2:34.31).
Central's 4x240 unit of Baker, Thomas, Julia Jarosz and Jones came in eighth (2:38.7).
The Huskies tallied 51½ points for seventh place and the Bulldogs 13 points for eighth place in the meet.