Clyde’s girls, Mohawk’s Oler second at St. Joe

PHOTO BY PAT GAIETTO Calvert’s Ayden Daugherty (middle) runs in the boys race at the Fremont St. Joe Invitational Saturday.

FREMONT — Jessica Middleton captured fifth and two teammates ran in the top 25 Saturday to lead Clyde to second at the Fremont St. Joe Streak Invitational.

Huron beat the Fliers 52-80 for the title, with Mohawk using Destini Oler’s individual runner-up finish in 20:27.75 as the springboard to fourth (90).

Lakota ended sixth (134) at the meet.

Middleton crossed the line in 20:57.69 for Clyde, Marissa Stockmaster took 13th (22:14.29), Macey Sanchez ran 23rd (22:53.66), Daniella Ruiz claimed 27th (23:24.94) and Emma Waugh ended 31st (23:56.2).

Makayla Warner (37th, 24:14.26) and Mikayla Marcha (59th, 26:54.73) also ran for Clyde.

Anna Stillberger backed Oler by claiming sixth (21:23.35) for Mohawk.

Lakota got a seventh from Reilly Cozette (21:23.99) and an 18th from Julia Baker (22:39.77).

Calvert did not field a full team. Meghan Miller finished 36th (24:13.08).

Moes, Schaser run 1-2 at Streak Invite

FREMONT — Dylan Moes and Braden Schaser ran second and third and two teammates turned in top-20 times Saturday as Lakota took third at the Fremont St. Joe Streak Invitational.

Moes crossed the line in 17:20.67 and Schaser followed him in 17:22.47 to guide the Raiders to 66 points.

Connor Hill added a 13th (18:18.11) for Lakota and Kaeden Wasserman took 20th (19:05.4). Devin Clark’s 32nd (19:41.67) completed Lakota’s scoring.

Huron beat Fremont St. Joe 59-63 for the title. Clyde claimed fourth (81) and Mohawk ended seventh (158).

Clyde got a fourth from Austin Culbertson (17:23.84) and a 10th from Parker Wilson (18:09.15).

Mohawk’s Jared Vargo captured seventh (17:58.74) and Isaiah Aurand came in 21st (19:13.58).

Calvert did not field a full team. Ayden Daugherty took 44th (20:06.28).

Carey first, third at Black Knight Invite

VAN BUREN — The five scorers for Carey’s girls and boys all ended in the top 30 Saturday, leading the Blue Devils to first in the girls meet and third in the boys meet at the Van Buren Black Knight Invitational.

Carey’s girls actually had their top five run in the top 25 en route to upending Toledo Central Catholic 58-70 for their crown.

Destiny DeFeo clocked in fourth (21:03.2), Keely Wentz crossed the line 11th (22:31.7), Emmy Wood ran 13th (22:59.4), Nellie Bianchi took 16th (23:30.4) and Josie Traxler claimed 22nd (24:13.7).

Liberty Heinze (35th, 25:12.1) and Emily Norden (42nd, 25:31.8) rounded out Carey’s top seven.

The boys scored 90 points to take third in their meet, led by Tyler Leist’s sixth (17:44.3).

Jack Yeater added a 14th (18:08.9) for Carey, Joe Oren ran 18th (18:23.1), Isaiah Hoepf finished 25th (18:50.6) and Tanner Stoll captured 27th (18:59.8).

Gerardo Garcia (46th, 19:57.1) and Chaz Ropp (58th, 20:15.1) also an for Carey.

Toledo St. Francis beat Maumee 47-79 for the boys title.

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OREGON — Devyn Smith and Mike Heilman ran sixth and seventh Saturday to guide Old Fort’s boys to second at the Cardinal Stritch Invitational at Maumee Bay State Park.

Erie-Mason beat the Stockaders 17-68 for the championship.

Smith crossed the line in 17:39.23 and Heilman finished in 17:43.09 for Old Fort.

Gregory Steyer added a 14th (18:10.55) for the Stockaders, Robert Anstead took 18th (18:47.72) and Jonathan Anstead came in 33rd (19:35.92).

Clayton Melton (52nd, 20:37.82) and Jordan Smith (69th, 21:59.97) also ran for Old Fort.

New Riegel ended sixth with 152 points. Bryce Hohman captured 15th (18:36.44) and Hayden Hohman ran 22nd (18:55.05).

Old Fort’s girls ended seventh in their meet with 151 points, led by Alyson Pence’s 23rd (24:35.05) and Maya Englehart’s 34th (26:45.51).

New Riegel did not compete as full team. Cassidy Eddington took 24th (24:46.28) for the Blue Jackets.

Old Fort’s Molly Franks ran in the open race, taking 70th (42:47.27).

SE boys, H-L girls second at Widewater

LIBERTY CENTER — The pack approach led to runner-up honors for two area schools Saturday at the Widewater Invitational.

Seneca East’s first five boys finished in a 1:23.21 span to take second in their race, while Hopewell-Loudon’s girls had a 1:39.24 separation among their first five runners en route to second in their meet.

Liberty Center claimed the titles in both meets, beating Seneca East’s boys 48-92 and edging H-L’s girls 52-54.

Ben Cole ran ninth in 17:39.5 to lead the Tigers to second in the boys meet. Kyle Burgderfer added a 12th (17:59.88), Clay Gahring took 18th (18:12.39), Caleb Skidmore captured 29th (18:54.33) and Matt Chappell finished 34th (19:02.71).

Zach Young (46th, 19:25.69) and Dakota Laughlin (55th, 19:35.3) rounded out Seneca East’s top seven.

Hopewell-Loudon took eighth in the 14-team field with 195 points. Tyler Reinhart-Anez led H-L with a 17th (18:09.49) and Jordan Foster took 35th (19:03.7).

In the girls race, Renae Kapelka crossed the line seventh in 21:25.74 and Taylor Leiter claimed eighth in 21:32.73 to lead the runner-up Chieftains.

Taylor Joseph backed them with a 17th (22:43.79), Emily Pace ran 20th (22:58.96) and Ashley Brickner finished 22nd (23:04.98) for H-L.

Corrin Hoover (23rd, 23:07.56) and Bailey Jameson (28th, 23:25.31) completed H-L’s top seven.

Seneca East captured third out of nine teams with 109 points.

Callie Rife’s 13th (22:13.99) paced the Tigers, and Kaitlyn Cook claimed 21st (23:03.54).

Shasteen runs in top 10 for Rams

ONTARIO — Madelyn Shasteen finished in the top 10 Saturday to top Upper Sandusky’s efforts at the Ontario Bob Brown Invitational.

Shasteen claimed eighth in 21:45.917 to guide the Rams to fourth in the girls race with 108 points.

Fredericktown beat Northmor 49-88 in the eight-team field.

Gracie Manns backed Shasteen with a 15th (22:17.95) for Upper Sandusky, and Adriane Weininger added a 19th (22:26.56).

The Rams ended seventh out of 13 teams in the boys meet with 220 points. Troy Mawer (19:15.683) and Allans Ramos (19:15.76) ran 34th and 35th for Upper Sandusky.