Prep Track Roundup: Tiger boys, Chieftain girls claim first
ATTICA – Only 14 points separated first from third place on the boys side of a tri-meet Tuesday at Seneca East. But the host Tigers came out on top of Midland Athletic League rivals Mohawk and Hopewell-Loudon with 66 points. Mohawk came in second with 57, followed by H-L with 52.
The girls meet wasn’t nearly as close as Hopewell-Loudon beat out Mohawk 87-59, with Seneca East scoring 17.
For the boys, the difference was in the field, where Seneca East won all five events, and finished 1-2 in four. Ben Hahler won the shot put (53-0) and the discus (138-8) with teammate Owen Best taking second in both (44-0 shot, 127-3 discus). Zach Gregg took first in the long jump (18-9) and pole vault (14-6). Cory Depinet won the high jump (5-8) and took second in the pole vault (11-0). Brayden Walker was second in the high-jump (5-4).
Mohawk’s Drew Loose won the 100 (11.7) while finishing second in the long jump (18-7). The Warriors also got firsts from Trevor Zender in the 400 (54.7), Logan Stillberger in the 1,600 (4:54.9), Mitch Parker in the 800 (2:19.5), Alex Hoerig in the 3,200 (10:55) and the 4×800 (9:20.9).
Hopewell-Loudon took three relay wins. Elancio Velasquez, Patric Gase, Noah Breidenbach and Cody Malone teamed to win the 4×200 (1:38.8). Velasquez, Breidenbach and Malone teamed with Matt Huth to win the 4×100 (47.2). H-L also won the 4×400 (3:46).
Ben Bodart claimed a pair of wins for the Chieftains sweeping the hurdle events, taking the 110 in 17.4 and the 300 in 43.0. Malone won the 200 in 24.4.
On the girls side for H-L, Erin Reinhart-Anez took the 1,600 (6:09.2) and 3,200 (13:35), Logan Frank won the pole vault (8-0), Hannah Williams won the shot put (26-9), Kensy Siegel won the discus (71-9), Megan Vaughn won the 100 (14.7) and Kailey Coleman won the 800 (2:40.3). The Chieftains also swept all four relay events.
Mohawk got wins from Audrey Flood in the 200 (37.13), Kayla Risner in the 400 (1:05.2), Jessie Babcock in the high jump (4-10) and Olivia Welter in the long jump (13-6 ).
Columbian sweeps dual with Sandusky
Columbian had four girls win individual events, then added wins in a pair of relays as the Tornadoes downed Sandusky 73-63 in a dual at Frost-Kalnow Stadium.
On the boys side, Columbian won 10 events overall, and beat the Blue Streaks, 79-58.
For the girls, Chandler Carley won the pole vault in 8-0, while also taking part in the 4×2, which won in 1:52.3. Also on that team was Michaela Sharlow, Annie Demith and McKenna Theis.
Demith also won the 400 in 1:05.
For Columbian’s boys, they won three of the four relays. The 4×800 team of Tyler Mesnard, Austen Molyet, Nate Wegman and Kordell Hunt finished in 9:15, while Columbian’s Donovan Walker, Josh Flint, Cliff Miller and Seth Young won the 4×200 in 1:35.8.
Flint also was part of the winning 4×400 (3:47.14), joining Caleb Peacock, Hunt and Molyet. Hunt also won the 800 (2:13.1),while Peacock claimed the high jump (6-0) and Walker took the 400 (53.5).
Alloway has three wins, Lakota takes tri
KANSAS – Paige Alloway was part of winning three events, while Makayla Kiser won the pole vault, then was part of the winning 4×100 team, helping Lakota take a tri meet handily over New Riegel and Old Fort.
The Raiders finished with 82 points, while New Riegel had 44 and Old Fort 41.
Kiser took the pole vault in 9-6, and joined Paige Alloway, Cariss Reese and Rachel Feick in the 4×100, winning in 55 seconds. Alloway also won the 100 (14.1) and 200 (29.2) while Reese took the 300 hurdles (49.1).
Olivia Borer led New Riegel, winning the 100 hurdles in 18.8, and was part of two relay wins. Molly Cleveland won the high jump (5-0) and the long jump (15-1 1/4) for Old Fort.
Raiders toss competition at meet
KANSAS – Lakota’s boys dominated the throwing events Tuesday night, and pushed the Raiders to a victory over Old Fort and New Riegel.
The Raiders scored 70 points, topping the Stockaders’ 50. New Riegel had 40 points.
Kevin Crowe won the shot put in 44-5 1/2, outdistancing teammate Mac Flanagan, who threw 44-0.
In the discus, the places were reversed. Flanagan took first in 133-0, while Crowe was second in 123-4.
For the Stockaders, Hunter Perry won the long jump and the high jump. He jumped 19-6 in the long jump and 6-0 in the high jump.
New Riegel’s Josh Burns won the 110 hurdles (18.4) and the 300 hurdles (45.5).
Ram girls get a win
Upper Sandusky used wins in three field events Tuesday, propelling it to a victory over Riverdale and Crestline.
The Rams finished with 75 1/2 points, six-and-a-half points better than the Falcons. The Bulldogs finished with 27 1/2 points.
Mallory Weininger won the high jump in 4-10, while Angela Massera won the pole vault, clearing 9-0.
Rowan Richey won the discus in 107-2.