CAREY - Carey swept the titles Saturday at the Blue Devil relays. In the boys meet, Carey edged Van Buren 112-111. Calvert beat out Hopewell-Loudon 93-86 for third. New Riegel placed seventh with 34 points.
Carey grabbed seven firsts, including the team of Cory Larick, Jerrott Collett and Evan Rymer setting a record in the pole vault (33-feet).
David Smith, Jacob Moran and Jacob Goble took first in the shot put (108-7 ). Tommy Arredondo, Zach Logsdon and Jacob Bash took first in the high jump (16-0). Logsdon, Michael Underwood, Grant Wentling and Wade Neal won the freshman relay (1:52.7).
Moran, Goble, Zack Coppler and Kyle Swartz won the throwers 4x100 (55.5). Coppler, Moran and Swartz took first in the discus (336-7). Arredonddo, Larick and Logsdon won the long jump (54-7).
Calvert picked up a pair of firsts. Austin Kontak, Tyler Long, Nate Ritzler and Joe Boehler won the 4x100 (47.2). Kontak, Boehler, Ritzler and Shane Boehler won the 4x200.
Hopewell-Loudon took second in four events.
A.J. Burns, Andrew Lommerse and Chet Swartzmiller took second in the triple jump (94-1 ). Cody Malone, Taylor Bustillos, Avery Gatchell and James Roush took second in both the 4x100 (47.5) and 4x200 (1:39.8). Burns, Gatchell, Roush and Ardner were second in the 4x400 (3:53.0).
New Riegel's top finish was a second in the shuttle hurdles by the team of Tim Reinhart, Kyle Ink, Tim Ink and Josh Burns.
On the girls side, Carey's 132 points distanced the Blue Devils from the rest of the pack. Van Buren (91) was second, followed by Arlington (88) and Hopewell-Loudon (73). Calvert tied for sixth with Arcadia, each with 44 points. New Riegel (28) was eighth.
The Blue Devils won 10 events.
Taylor Decker, Mary Jo Bash and Dana Newell won the shot put (90-5 ). Newel, Bo Underwood and Sierra Loper won the high jump (13-6). The shuttle hurdles went to the team of Newell, Oriana Billock, Whitney Neiderkohr and Mikayla Putnam. Paige Roszman, Gwen Wentling, Amber Spurlock and Lauren Wenner won the 4x100 (56.6).
Putnam, Spurlock, Claire Allison and Joanna Worst took first in the freshman relay. Niederkohr, Wenner, Spurlock and Wentling won the sprint medley. Wentling, Spurlock, Worst and Jenna Jesko won the 4x400. Decker, Roszman and Monique Altvater combined for first in the discus (269-6). Underwood, Billock and Altvater won the long jump (41-2 ). Billock, Altvater and Wentling won the triple jump (85-6).
For H-L, Logan Frank, Leah Reinhart and Kiley Siegel teamed for first in the pole vault (22-0).
New Riegel's Ashley Mathias, Trisha Smith, Marissa Romig and Abby Cassidy took first in the 4x1,600 (25:57.75).
Calvert's top finish was a second in the 4x200 by the team of Libby Ewald, Emma Sullivan, Megan Funkhouser and Olivia Smith.
Lakota girls fourth at Margaretta relays
CASTALIA - Lakota's girls grabbed fourth at the Margaretta Polar Bear Relays Saturday, totaling 58 points. Host Margaretta took first with 84, followed by Willard (71) and Gibsonburg (61).
The Raider team of Allison Steele, Morgan Mowry, Makayla Kiser and Cariss Reese ran second in the 4x100 shuttle hurdle relay in a time of 1:19.0.
Lakota also got fourths in the 800 sprint medley (2:14.3) and the 4x400 (4:49.4). Mowry, Judy Capehart, Rachel Feick and Paige Alloway ran the sprint medley. Mowry and Reese teamed with Taylor Smith and Alexandra Hovis in the 4x400.
On the boys side, Willard edged out Margaretta 89-88 for the team title. Lakota finished eighth with 17 points.
The top Raider finish were thirds in both the 4x110 shuttle hurdle (1:13.1) and the 4x400 (3:49.3).
James Bennevides, Dillon Reinhart, Logan Greiner and Chris Vanderbeke teamed in the shuttle hurdle. Greiner, Caleb Steele, Jordan Jaso and Darris McGowan ran the 4x400.
Tigers take title at Elks
BUCYRUS - Nearly every event had a Seneca East athlete place in a 117 1/2-90 victory over Lexington at the Bucyrus Elks Invitational.
Jason Willman was a double winner, taking the 1,600 (4:41.1) and 3,200 (10:15.36) for the Tigers. Jamie Schafer won the 400 (51.84) and was runner-up in the 200 (23.36). The 4 x 800 also crossed the line in first (8:44.2).
Wesley Pipher added a runner-up finish in the 3,200 (10:22.40) while Zach Gregg was runner-up in the pole vault (12-0).
Mohawk finished 12th out of 16 teams with 17 points.
Levi Edgington's runner-up finish in the 800 (2:09.02) paced the Warriors.
Daniel has top throw
BUCYRUS - Seneca East Ashton Daniel won the shot put Saturday to lead all area girls at the Bucyrus Elks Invitational.
Daniel heaved the shot 38-1 1/2 for the Tigers, who finished 10th in the 15-team field with 36 points.
River Valley beat Western Reserve 92.6-70 1/2 for the title. Mohawk took seventh (40) and Upper Sandusky came in 14th (19).
Mohawk got a second from its 4x800 team (10:53.3) and a third from Erika Coldiron in the 400 (1:06.05).
Upper Sandusky's Marissa Linhart ran third in the 100 hurdles (17.65).