PR's and school records fall at the CNC championships Thursday in Girard.

WATCH: Girard hosts the CNC track and field championships Thursday.

Girard’s Olivia Cullen wins the shot put with a mark of 38 feet.

Colgan’s Ali Scripsick tops her personal-best in the long jump by more than 7 inches, winning the event with a jump of 16-10.75.

Riverton’s 4X100m girls relay team breaks the CNC and their own school record.

Colgan’s Lily Brown wins the triple jump with a mark of 37 feet, 0.5 inches.

Girard’s Kinley Smith breaks the school record and finishes 2nd in the triple jump with a mark of 35-11.75.

The Girard boys won the CNC team championship

Colgan takes the girls CNC league title.



Jacob Lenard has accepted a job at PSU starting in June. "I knew the day would come eventually, but it's still much harder than I expected. I'm going to be leaving KOAM in June to take an opportunity otside of television. It really is a family decision for me. I've missed a lot of time with my son in the last 7 years. He's starting to get into sports and activities, and I wante to be able to be there for him. I get one shot to be a dad. I don't want to blow it. I love being the sports guy at KOAM. I appreciate all the love you guys have shown me since I took this job nearly 8 years ago. I hope you know how much I've enjoyed it and how much I love being around all the coaches, players and fans we have here. It's special place for local sports. I look forward to seeing you out there and thanking you in person over tthe next few months." Jacob -- Originally from Yates Center, Kansas, Jacob joined KOAM in May 2013, first as a news assistant, reporter, Sports Anchor/Reporter and now Sports Director. He graduated from Pittsburg State in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Communication, Broadcasting emphasis. Jacob took over as the Sports Director in June 2015. He is married, and has one child.