The Lady Eagle track team finished first out of nine teams in the Crossett Eagle Relay track meet hosted at Yarborough Field on Thursday.
The girls scored a total of 157 points with DeWitt High School coming in behind them with 130 and Beekman Charter School with 90.
The Lady Eagles won the 4 by 400-meter relays and had runners place first in several events. Shekirra Gavin, Charity Watkins, Jaylynn Hampton and Andreia Jackson ran the relay for Crossett.
In the individual events, Anaya Jones placed first in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 16.54 and the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 49.65. Watkins won the 400-meter dash with a 1:05:16 and Gavin placed second in the 100-meter dash with a time of 13.25 and in the 200-meter dash with a time of 28.54.
In the jump events, Hampton won the high jump with a 5-3 and won the pole vault event with a 7-6. Watkins was right behind Hampton in the pole vault competition and placed second. Jones won the triple jump with a 33-5 and Hampton placed behind her with a 32-4. Gavin won the long jump with a 16-2 and Hampton placed second with a 15-4.
Te’A Jenkins won the discus event with an 85-5 and Timbelry Moore placed right behind her with a 76-9.
Other top five awards for the Lady Eagles include, Haleigh Boston in fourth and Samone Scott in fifth in the shot put event, Gavin in fourth in the 400-meter dash and Jones in fifth in the high jump.
The other nine teams included, Drew Central, Smackover, Dollarway, Greenville, Lakeside and Hamburg.
Hamburg finished in ninth as a team, but Lady Lion runner Cierra Tucker won the 100-meter dash and placed in the top ten in the 400-meter dash.
Both the Lady Lions and the Lady Eagles will run in the Panther Relays in Magnolia on March 28.