ABILENE, Texas — Hardin-Simmons' Kami Bellah extended her own school record in the triple jump with a jump of 38-6 ¼ to highlight the first day of the HSU Invitational.
Bellah won the triple jump and the high jump with a 5-4 1/4, which was a career best.
Evlyn Collins won the hammer throw with a 138-4 and Shannon Shipp was fourth with a 131-2. Elissa Paniagua was seventh in the hammer with a 102-6. Shipp and Paniagua's throws were both personal bests. Paniagua threw the javelin 66-10.
Shyan Parks was the only entrant in the 10,000 but she won with a time of 50:48.75.
HSU is just five points behind McMurry 64-59 in the team race.
Chad Caton placed second in the 10000 with a 37:36.62 and Chace Copp was fourth with a 41:10.
In the hammer throw Cody Parker threw a personal best and finished third with a 135-10. Dustin Baker was second with a 135-11 and Justin Gray had a 123-9 to place sixth. All three threw personal bests.
Tyson Denton set a PR in the javelin with a 147-4 to place fourth. Cody Parker was 10th in the javelin with a 131-9 and Zeth Barron threw 111-10.
HSU's men are in second place with 35 points and McMurry leads the race with 75 points.