HEBRON — South Central was deemed the slight favorite over rival Hanover Central in the girls PCC track meet. During the regular season, Hanover (6-1) suffered its only conference loss to the Satellites by seven points.

But South Central won this one by 30 points over the second-place Wildcats. The Satellites took first in 12 events and finished 1-2 in four.

No one proved to be more of a workhorse than the coach’s daughter, sophomore Kyleigh Werner, who entered and won the 800-, 1,600-, 3,200-meter runs and was part of winning 4x800 relay team.

“The conditions were perfect for distance running tonight,” Werner said. “Every time we can take 1-2 in an event that’s 18 points for the team.”

As a freshman, Hanover’s Kayla York went to the state meet in the discus. So far this year, it has been a struggle. She has battled a groin injury all season. It looked as if the Wildcats thrower is staring to come around as she won both the discus and shot put.

“I haven’t full-turned in discus in like two weeks,” York said. “It felt good to throw pretty much pain-free today. I hope to go to state in both events this year.”

York’s teammate, Kristen Roper, took second place in the shot put and won the 100-meter dash.

South Central’s depth prevailed.

“Our 4x800 team broke the school record today by four seconds,” South Central coach Rachel Werner said. “And our pole vaulter broke the school record by half a foot. Our No. 2 hurdler scored in both events today which was major for us, while our No. 1 hurdler took first and second in the two hurdling events.

“We had a tremendous freshman class come in,” Werner said. They’ve really stepped up and made us much deeper this year. Those freshmen girls are competing like seasoned veterans.”

South Central finished 7-0 in conference competition and 10-0 in dual meets this year.

Final team scores were not provided by the host school.