Weekend Track Roundup


CENTERVILLE — Despite missing a number of athletes due to spring break, the Troy girls track and field team finished fourth at the Centerville Relays.

The Tippecanoe boys finished eighth.

Troy girls had wins in the 400 shuttle hurdles (Anna Boezi, Alyssa Kern, Deanna Rohlfs, Hannah Stegemann), 1:06.92; the discus (Lena Walker, Ebony Six, Josie Kleinhenz) and the pole vault (Sophie Fong, Kern, Brooke Craft).

In the discus, Walker had the best individual throw 113-6, Six had the third best throw, 109-11 and Kleinhenz had the fourth best throw, 105-1.

In the pole vault, Fong won the individual competition by clearing 11-9.

Troy finished second in the shot put (Madison Harkins, Kiyah Baker, Alexis Caplinger).

Harkins led the way with the fourth best put of 33-7.

Troy took third in the 1,200 shuttle hurdles (Boezi, Kearn, Rohlfs, Stegemann), 2:30.28 and the 800 sprint medley relay (Ava McCoy, Trinity Hurd, Leah Harnish, Kaylee Ludy), 1:51.68.

Kaylee Ludy tied for third in the high jump, 4-11.

The Tippecanoe girls were led by a third-place finish in the high jump (Alissa Magoto, Kaylee Smith, Carlie Federle).

Magoto led the Red Devils with a tie for sixth overall, clearing 4-9.

The Tippecanoe boys were led by a win in the triple jump (Zacvh Butera, Grayson Ring, Griffin Caldwell).

Butera had the best jump overall, 40-11 1-2 and Ring had the second best jump overall, 39-4 3-4.

Ring finished second among the individuals in the high jump, clearing 6-3.

Tipp took third in the long jump (Butera, Caldwell, Liam Poronsky).

Butera had the second best jump overall, 20-2 1-4.

Graham Invitational

ST. PARIS — Miami East and Piqua battled it out to the end before the Vikings came away with the team title.

East won with 93 points and Piqua was second with 91.33.

Winning for East were Jayden Hatcher, 400, 51.91; Anthony Putnam, shot put, 42-9 1-2 and the 1,600 relay, 3:23.73.

Taking second was the 800 relay, 1:36.32.

Finishing third were Clark Bennett, 400, 52.69; and the 3,200 relay, 9:05.58.

For Piqua, Jasiah Medley swept the 100, 11.45; 200, 23.19; and anchored the 400 relay to a win, 44.75.

Taking second were Ryan Brown, 200, 23.60; and 400, 52.61; Elijah Frazier, 300 hurdles, 44.90 and Noah Burgh, 3,200, 10:42.03.

Taking third were Mason Osborne, discus, 118-11 and the 800 relay, 1:37.40.

Piqua girls finished fifth and Miami East girls finished seventh.

For Piqua, Camilla Nicholas swept the 100, 12.72 and 200, 25.95.

Libby Bradney won the high jump, 4-10.

Taking second was Cassie Schrubb, 1,600, 5:44.03.

Winning for Miami East was Annika Paton, discus, 117-1 1-2.

Finishing third were Anna Rowley, 800, 2:45.82 and the 1,600 relay (Lindi Snodgrass, Kennedee Elifritz, Katelyn Hall, Rowley), 4:34.02.

Butler Invitational

VANDALIA — The Milton-Union boys track and field team had two pole vaulters compete at the Vandalia-Butler Invitational.

Carter Tinnerman cleared 14-0 to win the event and Andrew Collins finished fourth, clearing 11-0.

Minster Invitational

MINSTER — The Lehman Catholic girls track and field team finished fourth at the Minster Invitational and the boys were 11th.

Kiersten Franklin swept the 100, 12.21 and 200, 25.62 for the Cavaliers.

Daria Lee won the high jump, 5-4 and the 800 relay (Mara O’Leary, Caroline Wesner, Katie McFarland, Franklin) won in 1:47.96.

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