Leiter figures in 4 wins as H-L tops Riverdale standings

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Taylor Leiter figured in four wins for Hopewell-Loudon, helping the Chieftains finish first in a meet at Riverdale.

Hopewell-Loudon took the meet with 109 points, edging out the host Falcons, who had 104. Vanlue had 48 points, while Pandora-Gilboa had 47 and Liberty-Benton 20.

Leiter was at the center of things for the Chieftains.

She was part of the winning 4×800 squad, which included Corinne Hoover, Renae Kapelka and Zanna Kammeyer. It finished in 11:15.6.

Leiter also won the pole vault, tying a school record by clearing 10-0. She also won the 800 in 2:39.4, then was part of the winning 4×400 team, which included Hoover, Elizabeth Wells and Abbi Roerdink in 4:25.7.7.

The Chieftains also won the 4×2, with Taylor Sours, Wells, Bri Landers and Roerdink in 1:54.6.

Also for H-L, Megan Kreais won the high jump in 4-9, and Hoover claimed the 300 hurdles in 50.3.

“They ran pretty well, I thought,” said H-L girls coach Paul Jones. “A couple of girls had big nights.”

H-L boys finish third

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Hopewell-Loudon’s boys notched four wins at Riverdale Tuesday, finishing fourth out of five teams.

Caden Crawford and Carter Ritchey were each part of two of those victories.

Crawford finished first in the 1,600 in 4:58.9. He was also part of the winning 4×800 with Jordan Foster, Ritchey, and Trey Masterson that finished in 9:25.5.

Ritchey was part of the 4×2 team with Nico Garcia, Brock Williams and Sam Stickley. That team won in 1:38.2.

Also picking up a victory for Hopewell-Loudon was Brendan Durbin in the 110 hurdles. He finished in 18.3

“It’s nice to see them get those wins,” said Hopewell-Loudon coach Helen Coleman. “Some good things are happening.”

Columbian girls

control dual in Clyde

CLYDE — Columbian dominated in its dual with Clyde, winning every event but one and topping the Fliers, 117-19.

Columbian, as usual, gave a strong performance in the throwing events, with Brook Boes winning the shot put (35-10) and the discus (131-7). Toria Ingalls also had a big afternoon, winning the high jump (4-10), while being part of the winning 4×800 relay with Maddie Grabert, Lydia Cole and Casey Prenzlin (11:44) and the winning 4×400 relay with MaKenna Kidwell, Katie Hardina, and Serena Ingalls (4:27).

Serena Ingalls also was a big part of things. She won the 400 in 1:05.1, and was part of the winning 200 relay with Maggie Bremyer, Addison Conti and Lizzie Newland. It finished in 1:52.9.

The Tornadoes also took the 4×1, with Newland, Lili Snook, Bremyer and Caden Feasel running in 55.2.

Conti won the long jump in 14-9 ½, while teammate Ari Remmel won the pole vault, clearing 7-0. Kidwell won both hurdles, taking the 100 in 16.4, and the 300 in 51.2

Conti also recorded wins in the 200 (27.2) and 100 (13.0), while Mia Ingalls won the 3,200 (12:44), while Caleigh Aigler took the 1,600 in 5:52.

Clyde’s lone victory came in the 800, where Marissa Stockmaster took first in 2:41.

Devore, Koerper lead TC at Clyde

CLYDE — Drake Devore and Nick Koerper claimed two individual events each, and Columbian’s boys clipped Clyde, 76-62 in a dual meet.

Devore threw 42-5 to win the shot, and 131-1/2 to take the discus. Koerper won the high jump (6-0) and the pole vault (14-0).

James Denegall won the long jump in 20-4 ½ for TC, and teamed with Trey Reaves, Kesean Jackson and Ryan Sharpe in the 4×200 to win in 1:36.4.

Also for Columbian, Jacob Marquis took the 3,200 in 11:23, while Jackson won the 100 in 10.9 and Kerrick Fanning took the 800 in 2:05.7.

Clyde won three of the four relays, and Adam Koviak scored wins in the 400 (51.2) and 200 (23.0).

Clouse, Salas claim

victories for Stockaders

FREMONT — Old Fort’s boys and girls each got an individual win at a quad at Fremont Ross, and each got a number of second-place finishes as well.

In the girls meet, host Ross won with 138 ½ points, while Toledo Central Catholic had 43 ½ and Old Fort had 39. Notre Dame Academy rounded out the scoring with 25.

On the boys side, Ross again won with 91 ½ points, topping Toledo Central Catholic, which had 70 ½, while St. John’s Jesuit had 57 ½ and Old Fort had 36 ½.

For the girls, Old Fort’s Jenna Clouse won the 100 hurdles by running in 17.4. She also finished second in the high jump (4-6). Meanwhile, Old Fort’s Maya Englehart ran the 1,600 in 6:21, finishing second.

Old Fort’s win on the boys side came from Mason Salas, who won the 400 in 53.9. He also finished second in the high jump, clearing 5-10.

Garrett Havens got a pair of second-place finishes for the Stockaders, coming in the 1,600 (4:57.33) and the 3,200 (11:10.36).

Also getting a runner-up finish was OF’s Gregory Steyer, who cleared 12-0 in the pole vault.