JEFFERSON CITY -- Kelly senior Nathan Lewer captured his second consecutive high jump championship at the MSHSAA Class 2 track and field meet on Friday.
Lewer cleared 6 feet, 6 inches to defend his 2003 title, which he won with a height of 6-8.
Lewer's teammate Michael Glastetter, a junior distance runner, finished fourth in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:00.96.
Glastetter and Lewer's efforts placed Kelly 16th in the team standings with 15 points.
Also, in the Class 2 meet, Charleston senior Tijuan Cobbins sprinted to a second-place medal in the 100 meters with a time of 11.08.
Cobbins also anchored Charleston's eighth-place 400 relay team.
Malden, with 26 points, finished ninth in the team standings for the top showing by a Southeast Missouri boys squad.
Senior Phillip Mosely led the Green Wave with a first in the triple jump (46-0) and a third in the long jump (21-5), behind second-place freshman teammate Ryan Criglar (22-2 1/4).
On the girls side, Scott City senior Loren Groves closed out a tremendous high school career with a record-setting discus throw of 151-7, breaking her own mark of 143-11.
The future Kansas State University weight thrower earned her 15th career all-state medal with a second in the 100 hurdles (15.57), a fourth in the shot put (39-4 1/4) and a fifth in the 300 hurdles (48.63).
Groves accounted for all 27 of Scott City's points for a 10th place team finish.
Angie Clark, a Charleston senior, captured a fourth in the long jump with a leap of 16-10 1/2.
Chaffee senior Amy Holmes placed third in the Class 1 high jump competition with a 5-0 height.