Scoring Summary Saturday, April 23, 2016
BOYS VARSITY TRACK and FIELD
Wauseon finished second with 104 points at Artie Miller Memorial Invitational in Huron
4×800 relay: 2nd ( Tyler Wilson, Christian Saurez, Aaron Beck, Caleb Blanchong) 8:34.86; 110 meter hurdles: 5th Seth Hutchison 16.52; 100 meters: 8th Travis Atkins 12.34; 4×200 relay: 4th Travis Adkins, Ty Leininger, Mason Creager, Dawson Rupp 1:38.86; 1600 meters: 1st Kyle Vernot 4:37.46, 4th Caleb Blanchong 4:43.33; 4×100 relay: 6th Andres Blanco, Travis Atkins, Junior Martinez, Spencer Clausen 47.97; 400 meters: 3rd Mason Creager 53.33; 8th Chase Reynolds 54.93; 300 meter hurdles: 6th Seth Hutchison 43.45, 10th Aaron Newland 45.54; 800 meters: 4th Owen Newlove 2:07.04, 6th Christian Saurez 2:08.93; 6th Mason Creager 24.41; 3200 meters: 3rd Kyle Vernot 10:15.92, 4th Aaron Beck 10:30.65; 4×400 relay: 6th Chase Reynolds, Mason Creager, Ty Leininger, Dawson Rupp 3:41.47; Shot Put: 2nd Ethan Baker 46’7”, 10 Kyle Zirkle 38’10”; 2nd Ethan Baker 142’ 6”, Kyle Zirkle 131’1”; Long jump: 5th Dawseon Rupp 18’11.75”, 12th Owen Newlove 17’5.25”; High jump: 6th Dawson Rupp 5’6”; Pole vault: 3rd Danny Hench 11’.
Montpelier finished second with 84 points, Delta fifth with 54 points, Archbold sixth with 53 points, Styrker 14th with two points at the Diller Invitation in Ayerville
4×800 relay: 3rd Archbold (Matt Kinsman, Brendon Johns, Caden Garrow, Logan Garrow) 8:39.9, 4th Montpelier (Michael Blake, Austin Miller, Kyrin Schuman, Jared Rediger) 8:40.4; 110 meter hurdles: 1st Dylan Snyder Montpelier 14.69 (NR); 100 meters: 1st Bailey Storeholder Delta 11.16, 6th Simon Wang Montpelier 11.69; 4×200 relay: 2nd Montpelier (Dallas Royer, Simon Wang, Evan Friend, Sam Rings) 1:33.72, 3rd Archbold (Nick Waidelich, Noah Blankenship, Kegan Ott, Jack Fisher) 1:34.32, 11th Delta (Michael Badenhop, Nicholas Jones, Atreyo O’Neal, Charles Wandcke) 1:42.92, 12th Stryker (Levi Chappius, Josh DeCastro, Zach Spahr, Austin Wray) 1:46.85; 1600 meters: 4th Maverick Wright Delta 4:52.20, 7th Logan Garrow Archbold 4:55.77, 9th Caden Garrow Archbold 4:56.47; 4×100 relay: 2nd Montpelier (Dallas Royer, Simon Wang, Bryce Cooley, Evan Friend) 46.16, 7th Archbold (Collin King, Kyle Ott, Sam Petersen, Kegan Ott) 47.24, 12th Stryker (Cody Moser, Josh Wolfrum, Mark Short, Jeffrey Neville) 56.53; 400 meters: 1st Jack Fisher Archbold 50.79, 5th Dylan Snyder Montpelier 53.40, 9th Noah Blankenship Archbold 54.65, 10th Austin Miller Montpelier 55.71, 15th Zach Spahr Stryker 58.38, 22nd Dylan Smith Delta 1:01.34, 25th Josh DeCastro Stryker 1:02.73, 26th Branson Reynolds Delta 1:03.55, 29th Clay Waidenlich Pettisville 1:09.89; 300 Hurdles: 7th Deven Girdham Archbold 45.05, 800 meters: 7th Michael Blake Montpelier 2:13.25, 8th Caden Garrow Archbold 2:14.42, 9th Kyrin Schuman Montpelier 2:15.56, 13th Lukas Rodriguez Archbold 2:18.79, 20th Ben Gray Pettisville 2:23.44, 25th Austin Wray Stryker 2:27.67; 200 meters: 1st Bailey Storeholder Delta 23.02, 2nd Dylan Snyder Montpelier 23.04; 3200 meters: 8th Brendon Johns Archbold 10:53.08, 10th Alec Waterston Montpelier 10:57.96, 11th Maverick Wright Delta 11:00.28, 12th Jacob Rodriguez 11:00.69, 13th Evan Warner Pettisville 11:02.06; 4×400 relay: 1st Montpelier (Dallas Royer, Simon Wang, Sam Rings, Austin Miller) 3:35.10, 2nd Archbold (Noah Blankenship, Matt Kinsman, Sam Petersen, Jack Fisher) 3:36.17, 11th Stryker (Jacob Hancock, Dustin Teschke, Jeffrey Neville, Mark Short) 4:30.63; Pole vault: Christopher Leffler Delta 13’, 7th Logan Hutchinson Montpelier 11’, 8th Zac Mason Montpelier 11’, 9th Isaiah Esquibel Archbold 11’, 11th Austin Wray Stryker 9’6”; Shot put: 4th Levi Carmody Archbold 43’10.25”, 5th Nate Kholhofer Delta 42;5.25”, 9th Devon Richard Delta 41’4.75”; Long jump: 1st Dylan Snyder Montpelier 21’8.75”, 4th Evan Friend Montpelier 18’8.5”, 9th Nick Waidelich Archbold 17’1.5”, 10th Alex Bost Stryker 17’1.25”, 13th Peyton Phillips Delta 16’10.5”, 19th Sam Rychener Pettisville 16’1”, 22nd Nicholas Jones Delta 15’10.25”, 24th Isaiah Esquibel Archbold 15’7.5”; Discus: 4th Devon Richard Delta 137’7”, 6th Brian Ball Archbold 122’7”, 8th Austin Cook Montpelier 119’5”; High jump: 1st Peyton Phillips Delta 5’10”, 2nd Evan Friend Montpelier 5’8”, 2nd Jack Fisher Archbold 5’8”, 7th Alex Bost Stryker 5’6”, 10th Jaret Rychener Pettisville 5’4”, 10th Noah Parsons Delta 5’4”.
GIRLS VARSITY TRACK and FIELD
Wauseon finished third with 85.5 points at the Artie Miller Memorial Invitational in Huron
100 meter hurdles: 6th Halen Mealer 17.71; 100 meters: 2nd Seneca Wyse 13.69; 4×200 meter relay: 7th Audrey Lane, Lexi Sauber, Jessica Perez, Samantha Gray 1:59.83; 1600 meters: 3rd Avery Giguere 5:28.93, 12th Hannah Richer 6:12.73; 4×100 relay: 7th Halen Mealer, Amanda Hammontree, Audrey Lane, Samantha Gray 54.92; 400 meters: 6th Seneca Wyse 1:04.70; 300 meter hurdles: 1st Halen Mealer 48.45, 15th Paige Smith 59.76; 800 meters: 4th Avery Giguere 2:32.16. 14th Amanda Stutzman 2:51.46; 200 meters: 8th Seneca Wyse 28.41; 3200 meters: 8th Hannah Richer 12:58.37; 4×400 relay: 4th Halen Mealer, Amanda Hammontree, Audrey Lane, Karli Penrod 4:25.70; Shot put: 2nd Miriam Triana 34’4”, 5th Kallie Strauss 33’10”; Discus: 2nd Miriam Triana 109’8”, 4th Kallie Strauss 103’1”; Long jump: Lexi Sauber 2nd 14’10.75”; Long jump: 4th Amy Bosell 4’8”, 15th Karli Penrod 4’2”; Pole vault: 6th Sydney Baynes 6’6”.
Archbold finished second with 72 points, Pettisville 7th with 45 points, Delta 9th with 37 points, Montpelier 11th with 27 points and Styrker 15th with 10 points at the Diller Invitation in Ayerville
4×800 relay: 1st Pettisville (Elizabeth Sauber, Nichole Foor, Morgan Leppelmeier, Alexa Leppelmeier) 9:47.97 (NR), 3rd Archbold (Dakota Stamm, Kennedy Miller, Maura Riley, Gwynne Riley) 10:31.07, 7th Montpelier(Jacqueline Carlson, Aubree Moss, Kimme Engels, Lydia Grime) 11:12.99, 12th Stryker(Megan Graber, Shi’Anna Whitman, Sierrah Whitman, Gabby Stuckey) NT; 100 meter hurdles: 3rd Raegyn Price Delta 16.59, 5th Lexa Richardson Archbold 16.72; 100 meters: 2nd Paige Speelman Stryker 12.8, 5th Hope Scholma 13.38; 4×200 relay: 1st Archbold(Julia Lambert, Dakota Stamm, Morgan Miller, Emily Roth) 1:50.9, 3rd Montpelier(Hope Scholma, McKenna Quaderer, Gabby Cox, Jacqueline Carlson) 1:52.52, 7th Delta(Raegyn Price, Mary Miller, Brooklyn Wright, Morgan Mattimore) 1:55.72, 12th Stryker(Audra Rupp, Paige Speelman, Brittany Breier, Shi’Anna Whitman) 1:58.91, 13th Pettisville (Sarah Herring, Tessa Waidelich, Krystine Davis, Marais Borton) 1:59.71; 1600 meters: 4th Alexa Leppelmeier Pettisville 5:35.18, 5th Nichole Foor Pettisville 5:47.46, 13th Lydia Grime Montpelier 6:17.04; 4×100 relay: 6th Delta (Brooklyn Wright, Hallie Weishampel, Libby Munger, Morgan Mattimore) 55.08, 8th Montpelier (Hope Scholma, Gabby Cox, Marley Eich, Jaelyn Lyons) 55.63, 11th Pettisville (Rebekah Liechty, Marais Borton, Sarah Herring, Kendal Pursel) 56.00, 13th Archbold(Lexa Richardson, Gwynne Riley, Morgan Miller, Julia Lambert) 57.03, 14th Stryker (Breanna Wolfrum, Erica Breier, Kira Pettit, Sierrah Whitman) 58.5; 400 meters: 1st Dakota Stamm Archbold 59.3, 6th McKenna Quaderer Montpelier 1:06.90, 7th Morgan Miller Archbold 1:08.1, 9th Mary Miller Delta 1:08.25, 10th Rebekah Liechty Pettisville 1:08.89, 12th Tessa Waidelich Pettisville 1:10.51, 14th Kimme Engels Montpelier 1:13.30, 23rd Keirsten Donaldson Delta 1:18.23; 300 hurdles: Raegyn Price Delta 49.73, 6th Lexa Richardson Archbold 53.93; 800 meters: Elizabeth Sauder Pettisville 2:26.77, 7th Gwynne Riley Archbold 2:40.10, 13th Shi’Anna Whitman Stryker 2:56.04, 15th Eva Huang 3:02.08, 16th Megan Graber Stryker 3:05.42, 17th Sydney Schermond Delta 3:05.94; 200 meters: 1st Emily Roth Archbold 26.60, 3rd Hope Scholma Montpelier 28.17, 4th McKenna Quaderer Montpelier 28.52; 3200 meters: 2nd Alexa Leppelmeier Pettisville 11:55.96, 9th Lydia Grime Montpeler 14:10.62, 10th Elizabeth Schmucker Archbold 14:14.07, 11th Rachel Buchhop Delta 14:28.52; 4×400 relay: 1st Archbold (Julia Lambert, Emily Roth, Gwynne Riley, Dakota Stamm) 4:12.37 (NR), 2nd Pettisville (Tessa Waidelich, Elizabeth Sauder, Rebekah Liechty, Alexa Leppelmeier) 4:24.25, 9th Stryker (Audra Rupp, Brittany Breier, Erica Breier, Paige Speelman) 4:35.18, 10th Montpelier McKenna Qauderer, Jacqueline Carlson, Aubree Moss, Kimme Engels) 4:38.02; Pole vault: 1st Sydney Ranzau (Archbold) 9’, 2nd Mary Milller Delta 8’6”, 6th Breann Luce Delta 8’, 8th Kendal Pursel Pettisville 7’6”, 14th Kira Pettit Stryker 6’, 14th Misheala Robertson Montpelier 6’; Shot put: 7th Audra Rupp Stryker 31’7.25”; Long jump: 4th Emily Roth Archbold 15’.75”, 6th Morgan Mattimore Delta 14’6.25”, 8th Tessa Waidelich Pettisville 14’2.5”, 11th Breann Luce Delta 13’1.75”, 13th Brittany Breier Stryker 13’1.25”, 17th Krystine Davis Pettisville 12’8.5”, 19th Marley Eich Montpelier 12’7.5”, 24th Erica Breier 12’.75”, 26th Tiarra Tibbetts Montpelier 10’ 8.75”; High jump: 4th Mary Miller Delta 4’6”, 9th Libby Munger Delta 6’, 10th Morgan Eriksen Montpelier 4’4”, 10th Kira Pettit Stryker 4’4”, 10th Marley Eich Montpelier 4’4”, 16th Rebekah Steele Pettisville 4’2”.
Hilltop girls 3rd and boys 4th at the Hicksville Invite
Kara Brown was MVP of the girl’s meet winning the 100, 200, 400 and place 3rd in long jump. Madi Routhier placed 1st in the 1600 and the 800m run. Landrey Brown placed 3rd in the 3200m and the 4×800 team of Zoi Bauer, Landrey Brown, Madi Routhier, and Shanti Wyse placed 3rd .
Taylor Trent placed 2nd in long jump and high jump.
Sam Shilling 2nd in 300 M Hurdles 3rd in long Jump. The 4 x 200 team of Sam Shilling, Joel Sauber, Taylor Trent, and Chase Master placed 3rd.
Tinora 13, Stryker 6 (Game1)
The Rams scored in every inning except the sixth to pull away in the first game. The Panthers fell behind 11-0 before closing the lead to six run in the top of the fifth inning. Tricia. Wolfrum’s single drove in a run for Stryker. Sierra Walters, Jenna Ramon and Miranda Pegorch had the Panthers four hits. Walters hit was a double. Dickerson took the loss giving up 11 hits while striking out three.
Tinora 13, Stryker 1 (Game 2)
Tinora’s dominance continued in the second contest. With a 5-1 lead after four innings, Tinora crossed the plate eight times in the bottom of the fourth to end the game after five innings. The Panthers were held to two hits from Carly Smith and Kaitlyn Wonders. Wonders’ single drove in a Stryker run. Miranda Maynard was on the hill for the Panthers allowing nine hits while striking out three.
Pettisville 7, Montpelier 0
Kyra Behnfeldt threw seven innings of shutout softball to lead Pettisville to the non-conference win. She gave up five hits and struck out seven. Jaelyn Rufenacht connected for a single and double to lead the Blackbird attack with two RBI. Amber Klopfenstein and Jasmyn Barton had three singles each. Kaija Blosser finished wit two singles and Andrea Flory, Marissa Beck and Sydney Purtee added to Pettisville’s 13 hit total with one single apiece. Rheanna Stoy and Maddison Sumers had two singles apiece for the Locomotives, Peyton Houk threw three innings for Montpelier giving up five runs on 10 hits while striking out one.
Archbold 7, Elmwood 6
The Bluestreaks found themselves in an 11 inning battle. Archbold had a 3-2 heading into the seventh inning, but Elmwood crossed the plate three times in the seven inning. The Streaks answer with two in their half of the inning to continue the game. The game remained tied after nine as the battle continued. Archbold finally won the marathon game in with 11th with a run. Peyton Dickman was three for six for Archbold with a double and two runs batted in. Cassie Wyse added a RBI on four for six hitting. Payton Robinson pitched all 11 innings to get her sixth win against no losses. She gave up 15 hits while striking out five.
Napoleon 11, Wauseon 0
The Indians offense was held to CJ Moser hit as the Wildcats dominated the non-league contest. It was a with 3-0 Napoleon lead until the top half of the fifth inning when the Wildcats exploded for eight runs to end the game five innings. Carter Bzovi took the loss for the Indians giving up five hits and striking out five. Everett Bueter relieved Bzovi for the fifth inning and gave up seven hits allowing eight runs.
Archbold 4, Hicksville 0
After leading 1-0 after five innings, the Bluestreaks added three in the sixth to defeated the Aces. Derek Walker helped his team to the win slapping a home run that drove in two runs. Sophomore Brandon Miller took the win pitching the complete game giving up six hits and striking out two.
Edon 4, Archbold 1
The Bombers broke the scoreless deadlock in the bottom half of the fifth inning with two runs with a hit by Brandt. Archbold’s Bryce Williams cut the Edon lead in half with a RBI in the top of the sixth, but Edon put the icing on the cake with one more run in the bottom of the seventh. Landon Bloir starred for Edon on the mound shutting out the Bluestreaks on five hits and accumulated 11 strikeouts. Hayden Runyan came in to relieve Bloir in the seventh and contributed with two strikeouts. Ian Radabaugh took the loss for Archbold giving up seven hits with one strikeout.
Montpelier 13, Continental 5
The Loomotives used four pitchers in the non-league win over Continental. Andrew
Luke pitched four innings giving up seven hits while striking out three to get the wins. Colin Rockey was on the mound briefly facing five batters as he pitched one third of the fifth. Rockey was replaced by Gunnar Matson for the other two thirds of the inning as he faced two batters and struck out one. Pitching the final two innings was Kolden Uribes. He faced 11 batters giving up four hits while striking out two. Uribes led Montpelier at the plate finishing two for four with a double and single. Rockey was two for three with two singles, Caleb Haines was one for three with a double, Dyllon Godfrey was one for one with a single, Gunnar Matson was two for three with two singles and Wyatt Beck was one for two with a single.
Montpelier 5, Ayersville 4
The Locomotives needed a run in the ninth inning to top Ayersville. The game ended knotted it 4-4 after regulation after Ayersville had tied it up in the bottom of the fifth with two runs. Gunnar Matson pitched threw the seventh inning giving up nine hits while striking out three after facing 33 batters. Keaton Byers got the win for the Locomotives pitching the two extra innings giving up one hit and striking out one. Kolten Uribes finished two for four with a double and single. Colin Rockey finished with two singles while Dakota Benner and Jimmy Kelley added one single apiece.
Edon 4,Hicksville 3
The Bombers took the lead in with two run in the top of the fifth to propel them to a non-conference win. Preston Klinger had a double, single and one RBI, Landon Bloir added a double for one RBI and Colton Lyman added a RBI with a single. Edon moved to 7-3 on the season with a complete game win from Hayden Runyan. Runyan gave up seven hits and struck out four.
Wayne Trace 12, North Central 2
The Eagles got their two runs with one coming in the fourth and another in the fifth in the five inning game. David Pinc connected for two singles accounting for both of North Central’s runs. Josh Bailey and Ryan France singles for the Eagles. Colton Schmunk and Michael Pryslak were on the mound for North Central. Schmunk faced 23 batters allowing eight hits while striking out five for the loss. Pryslak pitched three innings allowing two hits.
Toledo Waite 12, North Central 2
The Eagles got both their runs in the third inning. One run was driven in by Dakota Pitts with a double. Ryan France also doubled and Steven Williams Singled. Josh Bailey threw three innings of four-hit ball. Dalton Joice pitched the fourth and fifth innings and struck out three allowing one hit. Hayden Haas pitched in the sixth facing four batters.
Defiance defeated Archbold, Bryan and Wauseon in the Northwest Ohio Doubles Invitational. The Bulldogs finished with 13, Wauseon with 11 and Archbold and Bryan each finished with eight.
BOYS JUNIOR HIGH TRACK and FIELD
Edgerton 86, Fayette 46, Pettisville 43, North Central 30
110 Hurdles: 1st Harvey (E) 21.8, 2nd Morris (F) 24.6; 100 Meters: 1st Prince (E) 12.3, 2nd Brinegar (F) 12.6, J. Bailey (NC) 13.2, Warner (E) 13.4, J. Roehl (P) 13.8; 1600 meters: 1st Harvey (E) 5:22.0, 2nd M. Leppelmeier (P) 5:24.9, 3rd Gruver (E) 5:42.3, 4th J. Cisneros (P) 5:46.7, 5th B. Turner (NC) 5:55.2; 4×100 relay: 1st Edgerton 52.1, 2nd Pettisville 1:06.6; 400 meters: 1st M Cruz (NC) 61.9, 2nd Birgman (P) 1:03.8, Burkle (E) 1:05.1 (E), Myers (F) 1:07.7, Swan (E) 1:12.0; 4×200 relay: Edgerton 2:00.2; 200 Hurdles: Bailey (NC) 30.6, Showalter (E) 30.6, Morris (P) 39.6; 800: 1st Merillat (P) 2:27.2, 2nd Harvey (E) 2:32.7, 3rd Leppelmeier (P) 2:35.2, 4th Garvew (F) 2:41.1, 5th Garver (E) 2:41.6; 200: 1st Prince (E) 25.7, 2nd Brineger (F) 25.7, 3rd Roehl (P) 28.0, 4th Gary (E) 28.1, 5th Wilson (E) 28.4; 4×400 relay: 1st Edgerton 4:30.1, 2nd Fayette 4:34.1, Pettisville 4:41.7; Discus: 1st Jaraloy (P) 123’10”, 2nd J. Aguilar (F) 103’9”, 3rd Goebel (E) 85’1”, 4th N. McVay (F) 92.9”, 5th K. Stack (E) 73’10”; Shot put: 1st Jacoby (P) 41’6.5”, 2nd Aguilar (P) 35’11”, 3rd J. Warner (E) 33’1.5”, 4th McVay (F) 33’.5”, 5th Waidelich (P) 23’7.5”; Long jump: 1st Signs (E) 14’3”, 2nd Garrow (F) 13’10.5”, 3rd Roth (E) 12’4”, 4th J. Myers (F) 11’11.25”, 5th J. Swan (E) 11’4.25”; High jump: 1st Prince (E) 5’2”, 2nd Jacoby (P) 4’10”, 3rd Bailey (NC) 4’8”, 4th Merillet (F) 4’6”, 5th Turner (NC) 4’0”; Pole vault: 1st F. Traxler (NC) 6’6”, 2nd E. Livergood (NC) 5’.
GIRLS JUNIOR HIGH TRACK and FIELD
Pettisville 78, Edgerton 53, Fayette 49, North Central 30
100 Hurdles: 1st Siebeneck (NC) 17.6, 2nd Miller (P) 20.6, 3rd Rickets (E) 21.3, 4th Schroeder (E) 21.3, 5th Martin (E) 22.1; 100 meters: 1st Schnitkey (P) 14.2, 2nd Helme (NC) 14.9, 3rd F. Herman (E) 14.9, 4th R Klopfenstein (P) 14.7, Z. Keifer (F) 15.7; 1600 meters: 1st Thiel (E) 6:23.6, 2nd Foor (P) 6:24.2, 3rd Figgins (F) 6:28.6, 4th Rodriguez (P) 7:00.3, 5th Aeauregard (F) 7:18; 4×100 meters: 1st Pettisville 1:03.6; 400 meters: 1st Siebeneck (NC) 1:08.2, 2nd Hartzler (P) 1:09.1, 3rd Bentley (F) 1:10.3, 4th Herman (E) 1:10.8, Gaona (F) 1:13.3; 4×200 relay: 1st Edgerton 2:17.3, 2nd Fayette 2:19.4, 3rd Pettisville 2:19.7; 200 Hurdles: 1st Miller (P) 36.6, 2nd King (P) 39.1; 800 meters: 1st Figgins (F) 3:01.4, 2nd Thiel (E) 3:05.1, 3rd Rodriguez (P) 3:25.6, 4th Beauregard (F) 3:28.5, 5th Hudspeath (P) 3:45.2; 200 meters: 1st Schnitkey (P) 29.6, 2nd Stenbeneck (NC) 29.6, 3rd Helms (NC) 31.2, 4th Hubby (P) 32.8, 5th Meyers (NC) 33.5; 4×400 relay: 1st Pettisville 4:44.7, 2nd Fayette 5:01.4; Discus: 1st Brubaker (F) 70’8”, 2nd Purk (E) 54’11”, 3rd Leppelmeier (E) 50’, 4th Herman (E) 44’4”, 5th Masters (NC) 42’2”; Shot put: 1st Brubaker (F) 31’10.5”, 2nd Purk (E) 28’10”, 3rd Schnitkey (P) 27’7”, 4th Herman (E) 26’7.25”, 5th Wixon (P) 26’1.5”; Long jump: 1st F. Herman (E) 13’10.5”, 2nd E. Hartzler (P) 11’9”, 3rd Keiser (F) 11’4.5”, 4th M. Meyers (N) 10’10.5”, 5th A. Schroeder (E) 10’9.5”; High jumo: 1st Fruchey (F) 4’8”, 2nd Rickets (E) 3’10”, 3rd Bentley (F) 3’10”, 4th Hubby (P) 3’10”; Pole vault: 1st Wixen (P) 6’6”, 2nd Foor (P) 6’, 3rd Helms (NC) 5’6”.
JUNIOR HIGH TRACK ACTION from Thursday, April 21
The Montpelier Junior High Track competed at home against Patrick Henry and Swanton. The girls finished in a tie for second while the boys finished a close third.
Earning points for the girls were Jastin Edinger in the pole vault (1st place), Emily Fritsch in the high jump (2nd place), Kennedy Caudill in the long jump (2nd place), Halie Rose in the 100M (3rd place), Brinn Miller in the 800M (3rd place…new personal best time), Ashton Dick in the 100 hurdles (3rd place), Kenzie Nemire in the pole vault (3rd place), Rachel McCintosh in the high jump (4th place), Keiylee Bentley in the long jump (4th place), the 4X100 relay team of Halie Rose, Ashton Dick, Tory Steffes, and Shailynn Bohner (1st place), the 4X200 relay team of Rachel McCintosh, Kennedy Caudill, Halie Rose, and Shailynn Bohner (1st place), and the 4X400 relay team of Alison Lamontagne, Tory Steffes, Tristen Bexten, and Abi Viers (1st place…new personal best time)
Earning points for the boys were Jonathan Rediger in the 800M (1st place) and the 1600M (3rd place), Rowen Beck in the 200 hurdles (1st place), Chandler Byers in the 110 hurdles (2nd place), Tyler Phongphiou in the shot put (2nd place), Eric Short in the 100M (3rd place), Thomas Jay in the 400M (3rd place) and 100M (4th place), Cole Dewire in the discus (3rd place), Dylan Eitniear in the 400M (4th place), Braden Saneholtz in the 800M (4th place…new personal best time), Daniel Banks in the 1600M (4th place), the 4X200 relay team of Chandler Byers, Rowen Beck, Daniel Banks, and Eric Short (1st place…new personal best time)), and the 4X400 relay team of Dylan Eitniear, Cole Dewire, Thomas Jay, and Daniel Banks (1st place).
The teams were back in action competing in the Hilltop Relays with the boys finishing runner-up and girls winning the title for the Fourth year in a row.
Winning relay teams for the boys were the shuttle hurdles team of Chandler Byers, Rowen Beck, Thomas Jay, and Gavin Stratton, the 4X200 relay team of Chandler Byers, Rowen Beck, Eric Short, and Daniel Banks, the 4X800 relay team of Jonathan Rediger, Braden Saneholtz, William Belknap, and Daniel Banks, and the 4X100 relay team of Chandler Byers, Rowen Beck, Alex McCord, and Eric Short.
Winning relay teams for the girls were the long jump duo of Kennedy Caudill and Keiylee Bentley, the distance medley team of Alison Lamontagne, Tristen Bexten, Emily Fritsch, and Brinn Miller, and the 4X800 relay team of Abi Viers, Tristen Bexten, Emily Fritsch, and Brinn Miller. The girls also had 4 other relay teams finish in 2nd place to help seal their victory.
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