MO State HS Sports

Harris Earns Discus Victory at Mt. SAC Relays

Kaia Harris

WALNUT, Calif. — The University of Missouri track and field team was led by 13 athletes earning personal-best performances in its second day competing in the Mt. Sac Relays on Friday in Walnut, Calif. The Tigers notched career-high marks across both running and field events.


  • Kaia Harris won the women’s discus with a 56.23m/184-5 mark.
  • Dan Brookling finished second in the men’s 1500m with a 3:47.04 time — a new personal best.
  • Freshman Ethan Lee placed fifth and notched a personal-best 3:49.21 in the men’s 1500m.
  • Quentin Worley (3:52.10) additionally ran a personal-best time in the men’s 1500m race.
  • Jayson Ashford placed second overall in the men’s 200m with a 20.99s finish.
  • Katherine Dudley recorded a personal best in the women’s 400m, running in 57.04s.
  • Ames Burton notched a personal best in the women’s shot put with a 12.22m throw.
  • Kelsey Schweizer (2:06.81) and Brianna Lee (2:12.20) raced personal bests in the women’s 800m.
  • Erin Zimmerman (45.99m) and Kaesha George (42.76m) threw for personal-best marks in the women’s javelin.
  • Johnny Martin earned a personal record in the men’s 800m with a 1:51.71 time.
  • Renee Lewis ran a personal best in the women’s 1500m — 4:39.99.
  • Mitchell Small and Drew Rogers claimed personal bests in the men’s 5000m with time of 13:52.09 and 14:08.26.
  • McKenna Revord claimed a personal best time in the women’s 5000m at 16:44.76.


Missouri will return to action for the final day of the Mt. Sac Relays starting Saturday morning with the women’s hammer throw at 11 a.m. CST.

This article is provided by University of Missouri Athletics