TC girls out-dual Ontario
ONTARIO – Amanda Schwartz won both jumping events, and Columbian’s girls picked up a 74-62 win at Ontario in a dual.
Schwartz won the high jump in 4-6, and the long jump in 14-11.
Also for TC, Madison Zimmerman won the 400 in 1:04.83, while Tierra LeGrant took the 200 in 29.23 and Derra Cheatham won the 3,200 in 13:07.6. Alexis Desjardins won the 1,600 in 6:08.43, while Julia Hohman won the pole vault by clearing 9 feet. Chelsea Depinet threw 89-6 for the win in the discus.
On the boys’ side, Ontario knocked off the Tornadoes, 80-58.
Columbian won the individual distance events, with Tyler Mesnard winning the 3,200 in 12:03.54, and Tyler Lewis taking the 1,600 in 4:46.98.
TC’s Kordell Hunt won the 400 in 55.13, while Cliff Miller jumped 18-4 to win the long jump.
Ram boys win, girls second
UPPER SANDUSKY – Upper Sandusky’s boys dominated the field events in a tri-meet with Crestline and Riverdale. The Rams actually dominated most things, beating Riverdale 116-44, with Crestline scoring 16 points.
The only field event the Ram boys didn’t win was in the pole vault. Other than that, Jacob Wages won the shot, throwing 46-1 , Collin Gardner took the discus (117-2), Hunter Luikart took the high jump (5-10) and Cody Clifford won the long jump in 19-7 1/4.
On the girls side, the Falcons won the meet with 87 1/2, while the Rams were second with 74 1/2. Upper Sandusky was paced by Mallory Weininger, who won the high jump in 4-6, and the long jump in 14-2.
H-L boys top meet
ATTICA – Hopewell-Loudon’s boys took first Tuesday afternoon during a track meet hosted by Seneca East. The Chieftains scored 173 points followed by Mohawk’s 141 1/2, Seneca East’s 137 1/2, New Reigel’s 42 and Bettsville’s 1.
Hopewell-Loudon had three team victories in the 4×800 (8:59.6), the 4×200 (1:36.2) and the 4×100 (46.1) and five individual winners. Patric Gase took the high jump (6-0) and the 110 hurdles (17.4) while Eli Tooker took the 100 (11.9), Alex Wood won the 1,600 (4:55) and Elancio Velasquez took the 200 (24.2).
Mohawk won the 4×400 (3:39.7) and took four events. Trevor Zender won the 400 (55.1), Austin Eaton took the 300 hurdles (47.6), Mitch Parker won the 800 (2:11) and Chris Koehler took the 3,200 (11:28).
Seneca East won four events powered by a pair of dual winners. Owen Best took the shot put (43-10) and the discus (138-11) while Zach Gregg won the pole vault (14-0) and the long jump (18-8).
Doubles victories serve up a Ram win
UPPER SANDUSKY – A doubles sweep fueled Upper Sandusky’s 4-1 victory Tuesday over Bucyrus. At first doubles, Danial Maltsbarger and Aaron Pirc blanked Greg Patrick and D.J. Dasher, 6-0, 6-0. Drew Barth and Noah Frey were nearly as dominant topping Nick Ruckman and Chase Bowman 6-1, 6-1.
In singles action, Evan Scheck scored a 6-1, 6-0 victory over Ryne Adkins at No. 2, while Seth Frey won via forfeit.
Bucyrus’ lone win came at No. 1 singles, where Mark Musick topped Seth Sprang, 6-7, 6-2, 6-1.
Boes not enough to beat Joes
FREMONT – Calvert got a singles win from Phillip Boes, but that was the only win for the Senecas in contested matches as they fell to Fremont St. Joe 3-2.
Boes won at third singles, beating Ben Selvey 7-5, 6-3. Miranda Shorts and Amanda Traxler won their second doubles match via forfeit.
At first doubles, Nick Martorana and Danny George lost to Jacob Hahn and Jacob McQuistion, 6-0, 6-2. Jack Burtis fell at first singles to Hunter Harrison 6-3, 6-4 and Ryan Gase dropped a three-set match, 6-2, 4-6, 6-1 to Aaron Burns.
Redmen softball takes down Rams
UPPER SANDUSKY – Early mistakes by Upper Sandusky led to three runs for Bucyrus, and three runs were all the Redmen needed to secure a 3-1 victory Tuesday afternoon.
The Rams made four errors in the loss, and all three of the Redmen runs were unearned.
Sara Gier pitched a complete game for the Rams, giving up six hits while striking out four batters. Gier also played a big role offensively hitting two doubles. Maddison Stansbery scored the Rams only run.
Bucyrus’ Laney Mollenkopf knocked in two runs, while Nikki Tuttle added one more run for the Redmen. Taylor Rossman pitched the complete game for Bucyrus giving up three hits while striking out nine.