Horsham Little Athletics have ended their season on a high note with two state championship bronze medals.
Mayci Porter for 1500 metre track for under 16 girls and Piper Knorpp for shot put for under 10 girls.
Piper also smashed three personal bests at the state championship competition at Ballarat.
Her original personal best was 7.2 metres; she blew that out of the water with 7.21m, 7.29m and then 7.79m
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"I am very proud of myself," she said.
"I achieved something that I have been working for for a while."
Mayci Porter, 16, said she didn't expect to do so well.
"It means a lot. I put a lot of effort into my running," she said.
She said he hoped to continue competitions through her school, Horsham College.
Both girls agreed more girls in sport should be highlighted for their achievements.
President of Horsham Little Athletics Centre, Nigel Binney, said he and everyone at the centre are proud of every athlete's efforts.
"This is a great achievement for Mayci and Piper, and reward for the determination and commitment they show every week," he said.
"These medals should inspire even more of our athletes to compete at regional and state level next season."
Horsham Little Athletics will hold their presentations on Wednesday, March 24.
"We are looking forward to celebrating the achievements and participation by every athlete for this season," Mr Binney said.
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