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High school track and field championship results for Saturday, June 7


Track & Field

STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

At Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

DIVISION I

BOYS

Team Results (Top 10): 1. Glenville 40; 2. Pick. North 34; 3. St. Xavier 32; 3. St. Edward 31; 5. Wayne 28; 6. Syl. Southview 27; 7. Solon 24; 8. Northmont 22; 9. Granville 20; 10. Hilliard Davidson 19. Other area: 67. Springfield 1.

Individual Champions (and other area)

Discus: 1. Jared Ballenger (Fremont Ross) 182-10.

HJ: 1. Emanuel Durden (Hol. Springfield) 6-10.

LJ: 1. Jordan Latimer (Wayne) 23-11.

SP: 1. Robert Landers (Wayne) 61-04.75; 16. Chantz Rose (Bellefontaine) 45-04.

PV: 1. Lucas Kelley (Mass. Perry) 15-10.

3200MR: 1. St. Xavier 7:36.338.

110 Hurdles: 1. Davon Anderson (Glenville) 13.64; 9. Caleb Lloyd (Springfield) 15.12.

100: 1. Brandon Bolden (Solon) 10.53.

800MR: 1. Nordonia 1:26.40.

1600: 1. Michael Vitucci (St. Xavier) 4:07.96.

400MR: 1. Glenville 41.47.

400: 1. Nick Gray (Pick. North) 47.69.

300 Hurdles: 1. Steele Wasik (St. Edward) 36.31; 8. Caleb Lloyd (Springfield) 39.51.

800: 1. Stephen Sparks (Lancaster) 1:51.59.

200: 1. Casey Lenfest (Granville) 21.21.

3200: 1. Nick Elswick (Chardon) 9:02.41.

1600MR: 1. Glenville 3:13.75.

GIRLS

Team Results (Top 10): 1. Solon 47; 2. Pick. Central 46; 3. Gah. Lincoln 29; 4. Withrow 25; 5. Centerville 24, Tri-Valley 24; 7. Perrysburg 22, Mason 22; 9. Dublin Coffman 20, Canal Winchester 20.

Individual Champions (and other area)

Discus: 1. Oyesade Olatoye (Dub. Coffman) 154-05.

HJ: 1. Cassie Martin (Strongsville) 5-08.

LJ: 1. Cayla Carey (Ursuline) 18-07.25.

SP: 1. Oyesade Olatoye (Dub. Coffman) 43-09.25.

PV: 1. Maria Horrigan (Bowling Green) 12-10.25.

3200MR: 1. Perrysburg 9:04.63.

100 Hurdles: 1. Jocselyn Powell (Canal Winchester) 13.98.

100: 1. Autumn Heath (Lakota East) 11.90.

800MR: 1. Pick. Central 1:38.06.

1600: 1. Annie Heffernan (Cin. St. Ursula) 4:56.83.

400MR: 1. Pick. Central 47.59.

400: Tyler Williams (Pick. Central) 54.49.

300 Hurdles: 1. Jocselyn Powell (Canal Winchester) 42.08.

800: 1. Ashley Forte (Thomas Worthington) 2:09.55.

200: 1. Jelvon Butler (Solon) 23.98.

3200: 1. Aundrea Busse (Springboro) 10:43.30.

1600MR: 1. Pick. Central 3:50.59.

DIVISION II

BOYS

Team Results (Top 10): 1. Dunbar 47; 2. CVCA 46; 3. Eastwood 38; 4. Watterson 26; 5. Norwayne 24.5; 6. Cambridge 21, St. Clairsville 21; 8. Streetsboro 18; 9. Fairless 17; Sheridan 16, Otsego 16, Genoa Area 16.

Individual Champions (and other area)

Discus: 1. Trevor Detillion (Unioto) 181-00.

HJ: 1. Jeffery Floyd (Linden McKinley) 6-10.

LJ: 1. Logan Allison (Gallia) 22-05.50.

SP: 1. Logan Bryer (Genoa Area) 55-08; 14. Dan Wallace (Greenon) 46-08.

PV: 1. Cole Gorski (Otsego) 16-02.

3200MR: 1. CVCA 7:48.75; 13. Spg. Shawnee (Will Holmes, Seth Brouhard, Drew Hickman, Jordan Penrose) 8:14.34.

110 Hurdles: 1. Errik Snell (Cambridge) 14.40.

100: 1. Dakari Carter (Streetsboro) 10.83.

800MR: 1. Dunbar (Juan Scott, Rion Harrison, Terryon Willis, Curtis Boyd) 1:28.03.

1600: 1. Ryan Adams (CVCA) 4:18.44.

400MR: 1. Watterson 42.37.

400: 1. Tyler Neff (Fairless) 47.88.

300 Hurdles: 1. Kaleb Harris (Norwayne) 37.25.

800: 1. Ryan Adams (CVCA) 1:52.59.

200: 1. Marquee Montgomery (Benedictine) 21.77.

3200: 1. Matt Bromley (Sheridan) 9:33.53.

1600MR: 1. Eastwood 3:18.09.

GIRLS

Team Results (Top 10): 1. Meadowdale 40; 2. Akron SVSM 25, Orrville 25, West Holmes 25; 5. Liberty-Benton 22; 6. Ursuline 20; 7. CVCA 19, Garfield 19; 9. Versailles 17; 10. Wauseon 16, Westfall 16. Other area: 18. Kenton Ridge 13; 35. Tippecanoe 8; 61. Bellefontaine 2.

Individual Champions (and other area)

Discus: 1. Jordan Porter (Chesapeake) 137-08; 9. Jazmyn Haley (Bellefontaine) 120-01.

HJ: 1. Paula Wollenslegel (Clyde) 5-08.

LJ: 1. Jamari McDavid (Kenton Ridge) 18-05.75.

SP: 1. Edith Svonavec (Garfield) 45-06.75; 7. Brenda Johnson (Bellefontaine) 39-04.25.

PV: 1. Allyson Simmons (Fairless) 13-04.25.

3200MR: 1. Alter (Kyly Borton, Alex Groene, Kristen Petrosky, Abby Nichols) 9:15.87.

100 Hurdles: 1.Jazmin Smith (No. College Hill) 14.80.

100: 1. Michaela Butler (Liberty-Benton) 12.15; 6. Jamari McDavid (Kenton Ridge) 12.64.

800MR: 1. Meadowdale (Allison Mayfield-Brown, ReAl’iti Streety, Ja’la Henderson, Oksana Lawrence) 1:40.54.

1600: 1. Sammy Bockoven (CVCA) 4:49.53.

400MR: 1. Galion 48.71.

400: 1. Oksana Lawrence (Meadowdale) 53.98.

300 Hurdles: 1. Jasmine Harris (Orange) 43.65; 6. Hannah Thomas (Valley View) 45.74.

800: 1. Samantha Murray (Defiance) 2:09.25.

200: 1. Michaela Butler (Liberty-Benton) 24.86.

3200: 1. Hannah Campbell (Cal. River Valley) 10:40.66; 2. Allison Sinning (Tippecanoe) 11:03.53.

1600MR: 1. Meadowdale (Ja’la Henderson, Jalyn Underwood, Allison Mayfield-Brown, Oksana Lawrence) 3:54.42.

DIVISION III

BOYS

Team Results (Top 10): 1. Lima CC 52; 2. Gilmour Acad. 42; 3. Cols. Academy 39; 4. Warren JFK 36; 5. Bluffton 29; 6. Archbold 23; 7. Calvert 22, Maplewood 22, WL-Salem 22; 10. Covington 21. Other area: 37. Triad 5,48. Cedarville 3; 57. Mechanicsburg 2.

Individual Champions (and other area)

Discus: 1. Bucyrus Palo (Newton Falls) 176-00.

HJ: 1. Brandon Adkins (Dawson-Bryan) 6-08; 4. Seth Donohoe (Triad) 6-05; 7. David Harvey (Mechanicsburg) 6-02.

LJ: 1. Mykale Rogers (Lima CC) 24-05.50.

SP: 1. Nick Demaline (Liberty Center) 66-03.50.

PV: 1. Kevin Mestemaker (St. Henry) 15-00.

3200MR: 1. Gilmour Acad. 7:55.50; 9. Cedarville (Hudson Grant, Timothy Stevenson, Brant Wickline, Zach Bowen) 8:10.04.

110 Hurdles: 1. Chad Zallow (Warren JFK) 13.93; 6. Jonah Young (Cedarville) 15.09.

100: 1. Jamir Coleman (Lima CC) 10.94.

800MR: 1. Lima CC 1:27.86; 5. WL-Salem (Taylor Cordell, Kelvin Shank, Kam Evans, Conner Karg) 1:29.11.

1600: 1. Mason Moore (Summit Ctry Day) 4:16.27.

400MR: 1. Calvert 42.79.

400: 1. Lane White (Covington) 48.24; 2. Conner Karg (WLS) 48.90.

300 Hurdles: 1. John Lint (Cols. Academy) 36.32.

800: 1. Alex Clapacs (Gilmour Acad.) 1:53.05.

200: 1. Jamir Coleman (Lima CC) 21.88.

3200: 1. Bobby Johnson (McDonald) 9:22.85.

1600MR: 1. WL-Salem (Kelvin Shank, Taylor Cordell, Kam Evans, Conner Karg) 3:19.53.

GIRLS

Team Results (Top 10): 1. McDonald 45; 2. Tinora 44, St. Thomas Aquinas 44; 4. Cols. Academy 30; 5. Covington 26; 6. Trinity 24; 7. Cols. S. Girls 22, Marion Local 22; 9. Minster 20; 10. Warren JFK 18.

Individual Champions (and other area)

Discus: 1. Jail’Lyn Mosley (McDonald) 157-05.

HJ: 1. Gina Kramer (Marion Local) 5-06.

LJ: 1. Jackie Siefring (Covington) 18-00.75.

SP: 1. Jail’Lyn Mosley (McDonald) 42-11.75.

PV: 1. Roxy Dunn (Garaway) 12-00.

3200MR: 1. St. Thomas Aquinas 9:11.66.

100 Hurdles: 1. Morgan Rice (Warren JFK) 14.49.

100: 1. Tori Abdul (Tinora) 12.30.

800MR: 1. Tinora 1:43.21.

1600: 1. Athena Welsh (St. Thomas Aquinas) 5:02.98; 15. Rachel House (Mechanicsburg) 5:33.91.

400MR: 1. Tinora 48.90.

400: 1. Lauren Heaton (Russia) 57.29.

300 Hurdles: 1. Jackie Siefring (Covington) 43.64.

800: 1. Julia Rizk (Cols. Academy) 2:14.30; 12. Ragen Engel (Spg. Cath. Central) 2:21.79.

200: 1. Tori Abdul (Tinora) 24.86.

3200: 1. Brittany Atkinson (Liberty Cent.) 10:53.48.

1600MR: 1. Archbold 3:56.22.


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