Stephenville continues to race past all competition on the high school girls track and field circuit, as the Honeybees won for their third consecutive meet on Thursday.

The Bees tallied 164 points to win the Cleburne Relays, holding off Class 3A Kennedale (128) and host Cleburne (104) for the team title.

The relay teams continue to pace the Bees. Victories in both the 4x100m and 4x400m relays and a second-place finish in the 4x200m racked up 56 points, more than one-third of the team's total.

In the 4x100m, T. Garcia, Paige Chew, Claire Goodman and Jessica Porter teamed up to post a time of 49.20 seconds, eight-tenths of a tick faster than second-place Everman (50.0).

The 4x400m team of Garcia, Goodman, C. King and Chew posted a time of 4:05.30, more than 14 seconds ahead of runner-up Kennedale (4:19.8).

In the 4x200m, Garcia, Goodman and Porter teamed up with Stephanie McNeal to cross the finish line in 1:47.90, 2.3 seconds ahead of third-place Kennedale (1:50.2), and 2.3 behind the winning team from Everman (1:45.6).

SHS had nine individuals add to the scoring column on the track, including a sweep of places 2-4 in the 3,200m. Vanessa Elizondo was second in 12:53.2, followed by third-place Emilie Woerner (12:55.6) and fourth-place Caitlin Endly (13:13.2).

Others scoring on the track include Porter (100m, 3rd, 12.6), Chew (400m, 2nd, 1:03.0), Baker (300m hurdles, 1:01.1), Elizondo (1,600m, 2nd, 5:47.7), Woerner (1,600m, 4th, 5:50.8) and Endly (1,600m, 5th, 6:00.8).

Stephenville dominated in the field, winning five of six events.

Sage Lasater won both the long jump (17-10-1/2) and pole vault (12-6), with nobody else coming within a foot in either event. Her sister, Senna Lasater, was second in the vault at 11-6.

MaKayla Elliott continues to stand head and shoulders above all competition in the discus. She picked up her third win of the season in the event with a toss of 129-feet. Two other Bees placed in the event, as Gabby Lazarine was fourth (92-9) and Becky Emmons was fifth (92-0).

Kamber Partker won the triple jump by flying 34-6, just one-half of an inch better than teammate Goodman (2nd, 34-5-1/2). Goodman was also third in the long jump (16-11), while Parker finished sixth (15-7). The final points came in the shot put where Hillary Laursen, who finished third (33-5), and Elliott, who took fourth (33-2).