Willman’s wins leads SE to second at N-10

NORTH ROBINSON – Jason Willman ruled the distance events at the Northern 10 track meet, but it was Colonel Crawford distancing itself from the competition. The Eagles took first in both the boys and girls team standings. Willman’s Seneca East Tigers finished second in the boys meet, falling to the Eagles 194 1/2-137. Carey took fifth (43) with Buckeye Central coming in seventh (27) and Mohawk ninth (19 1/2)

On the girls side, Colonel Crawford beat out Riverdale 111 1/2-97. Carey and Seneca East tied for fourth each with 73 points. Mohawk was seventh (48) and Buckeye Central 10th (9).

Willman took the 1,600 in a time of 4:38.80 with teammate Wes Piper close behind in third (4:49.30). Willman led a 1-2 finish for the Tigers in the 3,200 crossing the finish line in 10:22.84 with Jared Stockmaster right behind, finishing in 10:31.32.

Also for the Tigers, Zach Gregg won the long jump with a leap of 19-9.

Seneca East also got a second place finish from Ben Hahler in the shot put (48-0), Kevin Moore in the 110 hurdles (14.24) and the 4×200 relay (1:38.65).

Carey’s Tommy Arredondo took first in the high jump clearing 5-10. Arredondo added a second place finish in the long jump (19-2).

Austin McDonnell gathered the bulk of the points for Buckeye Central. McDonnell took fourth in the 110 hurdles (15.99) and 300 hurdles (43.81). He added a seventh in the 200 (25.83).

Mohawk’s top finish was a second place effort in the 4×100 (47.02).

On the girls side, Seneca East’s Anna Willman took first in the 3,200 in a time of 12:52.20, over a minute ahead of second place finisher Jackie Troiano of Carey (14:06.52).

Ashton Daniel took first in the discus tossing 120-4 and backed it up with a second place effort in the shot put (38-10).

Carey’s Dana Newell captured first in the 300 hurdles (52.90), second in the high jump (4-8) and fourth in the shot put (34-4 ). Teammate Gwen Wentling claimed a second in the 200 (29.24).

Mohawk was powered by a first place finish in the 4×800 (11:02.87). Julia Daniel claimed second in the 1,600 (5:50.05).

Carey also grabbed seconds in the 4×100 (57.58) and 4×200 (1:55.11).

Buckeye Central’s top finisher was Lizbeth Figueroa finishing fourth in the 3,200 (14:20.23).

Rams strong at NU relays

NORTH UNION – Some strong performances by the Rams led Upper Sandusky’s boys track team to a runner-up finish Friday night at the North Union Wildcat Night Relays.

The Rams tallied 79 points with Fairbanks winning the nine-team meet with 94 points. Upper Sandusky was fourth on the girls side with 53 as Jonathan Alder won with 70 points.

Garrett Miller, Dominic Solis and Trent Howard were on two winning relay teams: 4×800 and 4×1,600. Luke Miller joined the threesome on the 4×800 squad with a time 8:57.63. Austin Myers aided the 4×1,600 relay to finish first in 20:23.78.

The boys had two other first place finishes. Brennan Miller (5-10), Cory Miller (5-6) and Hunter Luikart (5-2) combined to jump 16-6 to win the high jump relay. Collin Garder (42-7 ), Garrett Fox (41-6 ) and Walker Karg (38-8 ) tossed a combined 122-10 to capture the shot put relay.

The girls had three first-place finishes, shining in the field events.

Rowan Ritchey (29-5 ), Kayla Counts (26-7) and Betsy Young (28-4 ) tossed a total of 84-5 to take the shot put relays. The three heaved a combined 269-8 to win the discus relay.

Mallory Weininger (4-10), Alex Cameron (4-6) and Ashley Mullins (4-2) hopped a total of 13-6 to win the high jump relay.