PROVO, Utah — The Wells track and field team made its annual trek to the BYU Invitational, testing itself against elite competition.
In the 1A-3A division, the Lady Leopards ranked 30th overall and scored a total of four points.
Wells did all of its scoring in a field event, placing a pair of athletes into the top-eight of the pole vault.
Junior Alaina Escamilla cleared the bar at a personal-record height with a 7-foot-3/4-inch vault, ranking sixth overall.
She tied for height with Spring Creek junior Abigail Waldron — who also set a PR — but Escamilla accomplished the feat in fewer attempts.
Wells senior McKenli Myers vaulted 6-feet-6-3/4-inches for eighth place.
The Lady Leopards took 20th in the 4×400 relay with a time of 5:04.98 and finished 22nd in the 4×100 relay in 59.54 seconds.
Junior Haylee Sethman ranked 38th in the high jump — clearing the bar at 4-feet-5-inches — and placed 47th in the 200 meters with a half-mile time of 2:42.94.
Senior Liliana Cobian crossed the finish line of the 3200 meters in 38th place with a personal-record run of 16:02.83.
In the 100-meters hurdles, junior Bella Garcia ran 57th with a time of 19.88 seconds.
Escamilla finished 92nd in the 100-meter dash with a time of 15.17.
Wells will get back on the track and the field at 10 a.m. Friday, in Eureka.