The LH track team continued its outstanding season by bringing home another meet title, winning the Ron McNeil Ivitational last Friday at Kimbrough Stadium in Murphy. LH edged Plano East by five points to win the boy’s team title with 105 points.

The team seems to be peaking at the right time with the District 9-5A meet Wednesday and Thursday at Richardson’s Eagle-Mustang Stadium.

David Green continued his dominance in the 200 by picking up another gold medal. Ronnie Jordan placed first in the 300 hurdles while Leith Waithe was sixth in the 400.

James Bearden placed a surprising second after running a 10.70 in the 100 meters, one of the fastest times in the state this year. Bearden also took silver in the high jump.

The team shined brightest in the relays where they set a meet record en route to a first-place finish in the 4×200 relay in 1:27.82. LH followed that with silver in the 4×400 and the fifth in the 4×100 sprint relay.

Recent ULM signee Isaac Grieder placed second in the pole vault and third in the 110 hurdles. Long distance specialist Meron Fessahaie placed second in the 1,600. Zack Knickman took fourth in the discus while Kent Perkins was fifth in the shot put.