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Hana Hall came up short at the Division II state track and field meet, but that didn't keep her from putting a target on her back for next season.

The Flagstaff Eagles junior won the 3,200-meter run at the Arizona Meet of Champions on Saturday, clocking a 10:54:85 at Sun Angle Stadium in Tempe. A week and half before the season-ending victory, she ran the event in 10:55.79 for silver at the state track meet in Mesa.

Hall also finished in fourth place in the 1600m at the Arizona Meet of Champions with a time of 5:07.77. She was also the runner-up in that distance at the D-III state meet.

A few Eagles distance runners on the boys side showed their talents at the meet of champs. Riley Human had a fifth-place finish in the 1600m with a time of 4:23.41, and teammates Max Davis (4:26.71) and Gabrial Harju (4:34.62) took seventh and 12th place, respectively.

Meanwhile for Flagstaff at the two-day state sanctioned decathlon event that ended on Saturday, Matthew Stalker recorded 4911 total points for a seventh-place overall result. One of the heptathlete's best performances came in the 110m hurdles, which he took third place in with a time of 15.90 for 744 points.

Coconino sent a few athletes to the meet of champs for some solid results.

Luke Hagaman led the way with a fourth-place finish in the pole vault on a mark of 14 feet, six inches, and teammate Bryant Palmer, off the heels of his D-III pole vault title, came in 12th in the event at 13-06. Representing the girls side for the Panthers, Charity Saganey hit a 111-06 in the discuss for fifth place and she put a dent at 35-07 in the shot put for seventh place.

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