OTTAWA- Hopewell-Loudon's boys track team scored 112 1/2 points to win the Green Bear Relays at Ottawa Hills Friday.
The Chieftains got a first in the 3,200 with Alex Wood finishing in 10:28.4. Teammate Chet Swartzmiller was right behind him in second (10:39.8).
In the 4x110 shuttle hurdle, the Chieftain team of Patric Gase, Zach Clouse, Garrett Hedrick and Ben Bodart took first (1:06.6).
Hopewell-Loudon picked up firsts from Elancio Velasquez, Cody Malone, Drew Kurtz, and Dillon Williams in the 1,600 sprint medley (3:55.7) while the team of Velasquez, Malone, Noah Breidenbach, and Eli Tooker won the 4x100 (45.6).
The boys team of Dylan Alvarado, Marcus Ardner, Dylan Napier and Wood won the distance medley (11:53.9) and Velasquez, Breidenbach, Gase and Tooker won the 4x200 (1:34.1)
Ben Bodart won the 300 hurdles (42.3) and Gase took second (43.4)
For the girls, Hopewell-Loudon placed third (80) with Leah Reinhart taking first in the 3,200 (13:15.5).
Sicily Leiter and teammate Kiley Siegel tied to win the Pole Vault (8-06).
Hopewell-Loudon's distance medley team of Grace Portentoso, Madison Klaiss, Marisa Heldman, and Reinhart won with a time of 15:02.1.
In the 4x100, Lizzie Erlanger, Alexis Feindel, Sabrina Vargas, and Brooke Arbogast added a first-place finish (1:12).
Rams 13th, 14th in Galion
GALION - Upper Sandusky's Dominic Solis finished third in the 800 and sixth in the 1,600, helping the Rams to a 13th-place finish in the boys meet at Galion Lion's Invite.
Solis ran the 800 in 2:02.71 and the 1,600 in 4:35.88.
Watkins Memorial won the meet.
On the girls' side, Upper Sandusky placed last, with 12 points. Anna Massara led the team with a second-place finish in the pole vault, setting a school record in the process. She vaulted 10 feet.
Betsy Young aided the Rams' effort with a sixth-place finish in the shot (31-5 3/4) and an eighth-place finish in the discus (94-5).
Lakota boys, girls 4th at Elmwood
BLOOMDALE - The Lakota boys and girls each took fourth at the John Ramsey Invitational hosted by Elmwood Friday.
The girls finished with 79 points while the boys tallied 66 , beating out Toledo Woodward by 1 points for fourth. Wauseon ran away with the team titles on each side.
Lakota got a pair of firsts from Cariss Reese, who won the pole vault (9-6) and the 100 hurdles (16.40). She also finished second in the 300 hurdles (48.90). Taylor Smith took third in the high jump (4-8) and long jump (14-2 ).
For the boys, the Raider team of Luke Baker, Jon Moes, Caleb Tolento and Isaac Ritter finished second in the 4x800 (9:12). Mac Flanagan finished third in the discus (145-3), Drake Foos was third in the high jump (5-6) and James Benavides was third in the pole vault (9-6).