SYCAMORE - Kevin Moore won both hurdle events and anchored a winning relay as Seneca East's nipped Carey in a meet of five Midland Athletic League schools at Mohawk.
Seneca East tallied 86 points to Carey's 81, while New Riegel edged Mohawk for third, 71-68, and St. Wendelin finished with 47 points.
In the girls meet, Lauren Jacoby had two wins and led off a winning relay as rang up 134 points. St. Wendelin (62) was a distant second, followed by New Riegel (58), Mohawk (56) and Seneca East (43).
Moore won the 110 hurdles in 16.2 and the 300 hurdles in 42.9 and anchored the winning 4 x 100 (48.9). Seneca East got its other two wins in the throws, as Ben Hahler shot putted 48-2 and Tyler Johnson hurled the discus 133-8.
Carey's Austin Nalle won the long jump (17-10 3/4) and high jump (5-10), while teammate Cory Larick cleared 12-6 to take the pole vault and Brandon Distel won the 800 (2:10.9). New Riegel got wins from Daniel Arbogast in the 1,600 (5:02), Ryan Schalk in the 200 (24.6) and Drew Cassidy in the 3,200 (10:40).
Mohawk's Levi Edgington won the 400 in 55 seconds and was part of the winning 4 x 800 with Toluro Shimatani, Kyle Parker and anchor Logan Stillberger (8:54). St. Wendelin's quartet of Brent Williams, Logan Borer, Jordan Nye and Austin Reinhart took the 4 x 200 (1:43.1); Tyler Rumschlag, Nye, Rodney Park and Reinhart won the 4 x 400 (3:55.8); and Williams won the 100 in 11.1.
Jacoby won the girls long jump with a distance of 15-4 1/4 and won the 100 in 12.9. She also was part of the winning 4 x 200 anchored by Lauren Wenner (1:55.08). Wenner added her own win in the 200 (28.2), Dana Newell cleared 5-2 to take the high jump, Taylor Decker had the winning discus toss of 104-4, Morgan Wentling cleared 9-6 to take the pole vault and the Blue Devils also win the 4 x 100 (53.8).
St. Wendelin's Kayla Kirk won the 400 in 1:07.9 and the 800 in 2:36, while teammates Ali Mowery and Anna Iannantuono claimed the shot put (35-4) and 1,600 (6:10), respectively. Seneca East's win came from Marissa Willman in the 300 hurdles (53.2).
Mohawk's Julia Daniel, Ashley Parker, Kalli Luhring and Lynsey Trusty won the 4 x 800 in 10:46, while Luhring, Parker, Trusty and Jessie Babcock took the 4 x 400 in 4:42.2. Daniel clocked 12:54 to win the 3,200.
OF's Taylor sets school long jump mark
GENOA - Old Fort's boys were third in a close tri-meet with Genoa and Toledo Waite, and got a school record in the process, while the Stockader girls were second behind Genoa. On the boys side, the host Comets had 60 points to Waite's 58 and Old Fort's 56. Genoa's girls had 88 points to Old Fort's 49 and Waite's 3.
Brice Taylor set a school record when he leaped 21-3 3/4 to win the long jump. The Alexander twins accounted for Old Fort's other four wins. Nate cleared 13 feet in the pole vault and clocked 45.4 in the 300 hurdles, while Zach won the 1,600 (4:59) and 3,200 (10:32).
Katelynn Young was a double-winner for the Old Fort girls, timing 6:10 in the 1,600 and 13:26 in the 3,200. Stephanie Hill cleared 4-10 to win the high jump, Jackie Becker took the 400 in 1:11 and Johanna Becker claimed the 300 hurdles in 54 seconds.