Last night, the Lady Pilgrims track team traveled to Warsaw to compete at the Northern Lakes Conference championship meet against 7 teams.  The field had a regional like feel and the competition was fierce throughout the night.  Elli Schaller took 7th place in the discus.  Joy Everett took 9th place in the High Jump while Jersey Hunter took 6th place in a very solid field.  In the 4x400m relay, the team finished in 6th place with their third fastest time of the year.  In the stacked 800m field, Sophie Wray took 6 seconds off her season best to finish in 7th place while Lola Hissong sliced over 10 seconds on her PR and almost placed on the podium.  In the 300m hurdles, Alexis Doll continued her season improvement by cutting almost a second off her PR to finish in 9th place.  Next. Emma Erhart and Lauren Gurtner finished in 7th and 8th place in a very tight 400m race.  Gurtner achieved a new PR.  The 4x800m relay team of Rylee Laird, Kyleigh Kara, Ally Schadek and Addie Kingston ran a Season Best time for the quartet with amazing splits.  The 4x100m team had to shuffle their lineup due to a illness and finished in fourth place with the 3rd fastest time in program history (Yuli Contreras, Hunter, Kathryn Morrison and Alana Allen).  In the 1600m run, Sophie Wray ran her 2nd fastest time and took 5th place in a stellar field.  In the 200m prelims, Allen set the school record with a time of 26.12.  In the finals, her fifth race of the day, she finished in 4th place with a solid time.  Next up, Hunter ran a sizzling prelim time in the 100m hurdles to set up her race in the finals.  She won a tight battle against Northwood’s top hurdler and earned her an undefeated NLC dual/conference championship and All conference distinction.  Not to be outdone, her freshman partner Allen, won the 100m title, .01 off the school record by beating the defending champion in the final.  The team finished in 7th place but the results were highlighted with PRs, SBs that showed the promise of this team.  Next up, Sectionals at Bremen on Tuesday.