CARDRONA teenager Ellie O'Hara returned to the top of the podium at the Scottish Schools indoor Championships.

The teenager also broke the Championship record at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow as she claimed the Over 16s long jump.

O'Hara led a Peebles High one-two in the Over 16s triple jump.

Ellie's best distance of 11.22 metres was followed by Imogen Lewis, who reached 11.04.

And then followed it up with a last round leap of 5.78 in the long jump to write her name into the record books.

Ellie also finished third in the final of the Over 16s 60 metres with a time of 8.02 seconds, behind Eastwood's Alyson Bell.

Kate Harvey went agonisingly close to adding another jumps gold for Peebles High.

Although the 14-year-old matched the 1.55 metres of winner Paige Stevens in the Under 16s high jump, she was placed second equal on countback.

Ellie and Imogen's coach Linda Nicholson was delighted with her athletes.

She said: "It was another major result for us was our one-two in the Over 16 girls triple jump.

"Kate also continues to develop as a high jumper of note despite losing her training facility in the fire at Peebles High.

"She has had to show true determination and resilience to find alternate places to train."

The Nicholson jumps group also produced the winner of the Under 16s long jump with Molly Reville of Lockerbie High breaking the record on her way to gold.

There was a further gold for Peebles High with Charlotte Clare kicking clear to win the final of the Over 16s 800 metres.

The Gregor Nicholson-coached teenager clocked 2.14.04 with Hazelhead Academy's Kirsty Purcell two seconds further back in second.

But shot-putter Calvin Simpson had to settle for silver in the Under 16s competition.

His best throw of 12.69 metres wasn't enough to topple eventual winner Jay McCarthy from Eastbank.

Earlston High's Ewan Purves did well to reach the final of the Over 16s 400 metres, but the teenager couldn't repeat his qualification time of 51.63 and had to settle for sixth.