Conference track


Anna continues dominance in County meet

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Lehman’s Kaitrin O’Leary runs in the 100-meter hurdle finals in Waynesfield Saturday at the Northwest Central Conference meet. She placed third in the race.


Waynesfield-Goshen’s Gabe James, left, tries to keep up with Riverside’s Caleb Stevens in the 100-meter dash finals during the Northwest Central Conference meet at Waynesfield Saturday.


Anna’s Austin Fogt competes in the high jump at Fairlawn Friday during the County Meet. He placed fifth to help the Anna boys to the overall team title.


Staff report

SIDNEY — The Anna boys continued their dominance of the County Track Meet Friday night at Fairlawn

The Rockets piled up 145.5 points to get past Russia’s 120 and win their 11th County title in the last 13 years.

Logan Konst and Blake Stephens both added to their wins on Wednesday, Konst winning the 100 in 11.39 and Stephens the high jump at 6-4. Konst previously won his specialty, the pole vault, with a meet record 15-7. He’s the defending Division 3 state champion, and moves up to D-2 this year.

Stephens won the long jump Wednesday at 19-9.25.

Lucas Huber also had a win for Anna, in the 3200 in 9:57.13.

Russia had six first place finishes on Friday, from Cole Tebbe in the 110 hurdles, the 800 relay team of Trent Monnin, Jack Moorman, Caleb Ball and Drew Poling, Trevor Moonin in both the 200 and 400 dashes, Caleb Ball in the 800, and from the 1600 relay team of Monnin, Moorman, Ball and Weston Lavy.

In the girls finals on Friday, there were two outstanding individual performances.

Lauren Heaton led Russia to the team title by winning three events and running on a winning relay team. She won all three dashes, the 100, 200 and 400, and anchored the first-place 1600 relay team.

Fort Loramie’s Olivia Quinter won the 100 and 300 hurdles and also took first in the long jump.

Russia also got a win from Molly Kearns in the 3200 run.

Botkins’ distance standout Chloe Flora won both the 800 and 1600 runs, and Jackson Center’s Nicole Fogt won the discus at 132-10, breaking her own meet record of 130.

Fort Loramie’s Andrea Meyer won the pole vault and also set a new meet record, clearing 11 feet even. She held the previous mark at 10-0.25.

Two meet record fell in junior high boys. Anna’s 1600 relay team of Bart Bixler, Kamren Steward, Riley Huelskamp and Garhett Keener ran a 3:39.32 for a new mark, and Anna’s Malachi Minnich won the shot put at 44-10.5 for another new record.

Bixler and Steward led the Junior Rockets to the team title. In addition to running on the record-setting relay team, Bixler won the 800 and 1600, and Steward the 110 and 200 hurdles.

Russia’s Mason Dapore won the 200 and 400 dashes.

Fort Loramie won the junior high girls title by a wide margin, and set two new meet records. The 1600 relay team of Corynn Heitkamp, Danielle Eilerman, Paige Rethman and Kennedi Gephart set a record of 4:18.6, beating the old record by over seven seconds, and Hannah Raterman set a new meet record in the pole vault at 8-feet, 9-inches.

Rethman, Gephart and Raterman were all in on three wins Friday. Rethman won the 800 and 1600 runs, and Gephart the 100 and 400 dashes. Raterman, meanwhile, added a first in the 200 dash, and also ran on the winning 400 relay team.

Friday’s finals

BOYS

High school

Final team standings — 1. Anna 145.5, 2. Russia 120, 3. Fort Loramie 94, 4. Botkins 71, 5. Houston 51.5, 6. Fairlawn 37, 7. Jackson Center 8.

110 hurdles — Cole Tebbe, Russia, 15.92.

100 dash — Logan Konst, Anna, 11.39.

800 relay — Russia (Trent Monnin, Jack Moorman, Caleb Ball, Drew Poling) 1:35.96.

1600 run — Tom Ballas, Fort Loramie, 4:35.06.

400 relay — Fort Loramie (Aaron Schwartz, Logan Brackman, Carson Moore, Jake Ward) 45.96.

400 dash — Trevor Monnin, Russia, 52.25.

300 hurdles — Derrek Mayse, Houston, 42.69.

800 run — Caleb Ball, Russia, 2:01.1.

200 dash — Trevor Monnin, Russia, 23.22.

3200 run — Lucas Huber, Anna, 9:57.13.

1600 relay — Russia (Trevor Monnin, Jack Moorman, Caleb Ball, Weston Lavy) 3:31.57.

Shot put — Josh Miller, Botkins, 50-8.75.

High jump — Blake Stephens, Anna, 6-4.

Junior high

Final team standings — 1. Anna 164, 2. Russia 115, 3. Fort Loramie 67, 4. (tie) Houston, Fairlawn 37, 6. Botkins 35, 7. Jackson Center 10.

110 hurdles — Kamred Steward, Anna, 16.56.

100 dash — Ian Bollheimer, Anna, 12.13.

1600 run — Bart Bixler, Anna, 5:07.19.

400 relay — Anna (Ian Bollheimer, Malachi Minnich, Hayden Davies, Austin Wuebker) 51.03.

400 dash — Mason Dapore, Russia, 55.42.

800 relay — Botkins (Arron Hindell, Conner Smock, Jarod Oleyar, Tristen Burns) 1:48.12.

200 hurdles — Kamren Steward, Anna, 28.63.

800 run — Bart Bixler, Anna, 2:17.82.

200 dash — Mason Dapore, Russia, 24.5.

1600 relay — Anna (Bart Bixler, Kamren Steward, Riley Huelskamp, Garhett Keener) 3:39.32 (NEW MEET RECORD).

Shot put — Malachi Minnich, Anna, 44-10.5 (NEW MEET RECORD).

Pole vault — Max Bohman, Russia, 11-0.

High jump — Adam Dapore, Russia, 5-4.

GIRLS

Final team standings — 1. Russia 130, 2. Fort Loramie 99, 3. (tie) Anna, Botkins 87, 5. Jackson Center 63, 6. Houston 39, 7. Fairlawn 20.

100 hurdles — Olivia Quinter, Fort Loramie, 16.72.

100 dash — Lauren Heaton, Russia, 12.74.

800 relay — Jackson Center (Kennadie Reese, Katrina McGowan, Deanna Lowry, Pauline Meyer) 1:50.66.

1600 run — Chloe Flora, Botkins, 5:19.52.

400 relay — Jackson Center (Kennadie Reese, Katrina McGowan, Peyton Esser, Pauline Meyer) 52.04.

400 dash — Lauren Heaton, Russia, 58.14.

300 hurdles — Olivia Quinter, Fort Loramie, 46.74.

800 run — Chloe Flora, Botkins, 2:19.28.

200 dash — Lauren Heaton, Russia, 26.3.

3200 run — Molly Kearns, Russia, 11:31.38.

1600 relay — Russia (Grace York, Shae Goubeaux, Maddie Moorman, Lauren Heaton) 4:14.0.

Discus — Nicole Fogt, Jackson Center, 132-10 (NEW MEET RECORD).

Long jump — Olivia Quinter, Fort Loramie, 16-11.25.

Pole vault — Andrea Meyer, Fort Loramie, 11-0 (NEW MEET RECORD).

Middle school

Final team standings — 1. Fort Loramie 182, 2. Russia 95, 3. Anna 59.5, 4. Botkins 38.5, 5. Houston 38, 6. Jackson Center 33, 7. Fairlawn 16.

100 hurdles — Alyssa Wrasman, Fort Loramie, 16.44.

100 dash — Kennedi Gephart, Fort Loramie, 13.17.

1600 run — Paige Rethman, Fort Loramie, 5:26.15.

400 relay — Fort Loramie (Hannah Raterman, Jenna Fishkelta, Abby Barhorst, Hannah Siegel) 55.4.

400 dash — Kennedi Gephart, Fort Loramie, 1:00.91.

800 relay — Russia (Lauren Monnier, Kenzi Voisard, Olivia Moorman, Becca Seger) 2:00.39.

200 dash — Hannah Raterman, Fort Loramie, 31.45.

800 run — Paige Rethman, Fort Loramie, 2:31.34.

200 dash — Alyssa Wrasman, Fort Loramie, 28.02.

1600 relay — Fort Loramie (Corynn Heitkamp, Danielle Eilerman, Paige Rethman, Kennedi Gephart) 4:18.6 (NEW MEET RECORD).

Discus — Jessica Colby, Russia, 85-5.

Pole vault — Hannah Raterman, Fort Loramie, 8-9 (NEW MEET RECORD).

Long jump — Madison Wendel, Botkins, 13-10.

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NWCC

WAYNESFIELD — Lehman and Riverside competed in the Northwest Central Conference finals on Saturday at Waynesfield.

The Lehman girls were third with 94 points and the Riverside girls eighth with 12.

Lehman’s 3200 relay foursome of Alanna O’Leary, Maria Schmiesing, Samantha Edwards and Theresa Flood took first place in a time of 11:05.65. O’Leary had an outstanding day overall. She also won the 200 in 26.23, the 400 in 1:00.82, and took second in the 100 in 12.77.

Schmiesing added a second in the 800 and a third in the 1600, and Flood was third in the 3200.

The Lady Cavs also got a win from Kassie Lee on Thursday in the shot put at 35-8.5.

For the Lehman boys on Saturday, Jacob Schmiesing was third in both the 800 and 1600 runs. Joe Schemmel took third in the discus in 122-3.

The Holy Angels junior high girls were third with 64 points.

Lindsey Magoteaux won the 100 dash in 13.13 and teammate Noelle Dexter was second in 13.78, and they repeated that finish in the 200, with Magoteaux running a 27.98 and Noelle Dexter 29.31. The two then joined Anna Cianciolo and Rylie McIver to win the 400 relay in 58.36.

Cianciolo, meanwhile, took second in the high jump at 4-2.

The Holy Angels boys were fifth with 57 points.

Drew Ivey was in on three victories, winning the 100 in 12.58, the 200 in 26.56, and running on the 400 relay with Noah Young, Michael Allenbaugh and Josh Kempfer. That foursome won in 52.93.

Kempfer also took first in the 400 in 1:00.61.

NWCC Meet

At Waynesfield-Goshen

Saturday’s finals

BOYS

Final team standings — 1. Waynesfield 174, 2. Upper Scioto Valley 101, 3. Hardin Northern 99, 4. Lehman 42, 5. Lima Perry 38, 5. Riverside 36, 6. Ridgemont 21, 7. Lima Temple Christian 15.

3200 relay — Hardin Northern 8:52.85.

110 hurdles — Connor Whitaker, Waynesfield, 15.23.

100 dash — Tyler Eller, Waynesfield, 11.14.

800 relay — Waynesfield 1:36.86.

1600 relay — Nicholas Bame, Hardin Northern, 4:47.71.

400 relay — Waynesfield 44.74 (NEW MEET RECORD)

400 dash — Tyler Eller, Waynesfield, 51.73.

300 hurdles — Aric Jordan-Larue, USV, 42.61.

800 run — Nicholas Bame, Northern, 2:04.49.

200 dash — Tyler Eller, Waynesfield, 22.87.

1600 relay — Upper Scioto 3:54.85.

Pole vault — Daniel Johnson, Ridgemont, 13-6.

GIRLS

Final team standings — 1. Ridgemont 113, 2. Waynesfield 110.5, 3. Lehman 94, 44. Hardin Northern 77.5, 5. Upper Scioto 58, 6. Lima Temple 35, 6. Lima Perry 19, 7. Riverside 12.

3200 relay — Lehman (Alanna O’Leary, Maria Schmiesing, Samantha Edwards, Theresa Flood) 11:05.65.

100 hurdles — Madison Yingst, Lima Temple, 15.77.

100 dash — Sidney Richardson, Ridgemont, 12.61.

800 relay — Hardin Northern 1:57.56.

1600 run — Bailie Barrington, Waynesfield, 6:05.84.

400 relay — Waynesfield 56.23.

400 dash — Alanna O’Leary, Lehman, 1:00.82.

300 hurdles — Madison Yingst, Lima Temple, 47.8.

800 run — Bailie Barrington, Waynesfield, 2:37.63.

200 dash — Alanna O’Leary, Lehman, 26.23.

3200 run — Kaylynn Cook, Northern, 13:30.09.

1600 relay —- Waynesfield 4:42.15.

High jump — Meadow Cromer, Ridgemont, 4-10.

Junior high standings

Boys — 1. Hardin Northern 129, 2. Waynesfield 99, 3. Sidney Holy Angels 64, 4. Riverside 53, 5. Perry 42, 6. Ridgemont 38, 7. Upper Scioto 23.

Girls — 1.Waynesfield 101.5, 2. Hardin Northern 91, 3. Ridgemont 90.5, 4. Riverside 58, 5. Holy Angels 57. 6. Upper scioto 30, 7. Lima Perry 17.

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MAC

FORT RECOVERY — Minster and Versailles again dueled for the championships of the Midwest Athletic Conference in the league meet finals held Friday at Fort Recovery.

The Minster boys won with 158.5, just 7.5 points better than Versailles.

The Minster girls had a more comfortable margin, with 183.5 to 112 for the Lady Tigers.

On Saturday, Minster’s girls had four firsts, from the 1600 relay team which just barely missed a meet record with its 4:02.54, Kaci Bornhorst in the 3200 in 11:31.17, Madeline Magoto in the 800 in 2:20.8, and Maggie Meiring in the 300 hurdles in 47.24. She was also third in the 100 hurdles.

Versailles won both the 400 and 800 relays, and also got wins from Haley Winner in the 100 in 12.83 and Cassie Peters in the 200 in 27.55.

New Bremen’s Paige Jones won the 400 in 58.91.

The Minster boys got wins from Jack Poeppelman in the 400 in 53.4 and Conner Tumbusch in the 800 in 2:00.71, and also from the 1600 relay team in 3:29.67.

Joe Spitzer and Josh Steinbrunner both won two events for Versailles. Spitzer crossed first in the 1600 in 4:33.56 and the 3200 in 10:09.51. Steinbrunner won both hurdles races, the 110 in 14.93 and the 300 in 40.36. Teammate Adam Huelskamp was first in the 200 in 23.43, and Marion Local’s Colin Homan won the pole vault at 13-8.

Midwest Athletic Conference

At Fort Recovery

Friday’s finals

BOYS

Final team standings — 1. Minster 158.5, 2. Versailles 151, 3. Fort Recovery 81, 4. St. Henry 57, 5. Delphos St. John’s 51, 6. Coldwater 46-5. 7. New Bremen 44, 8. Parkway 37, 9. Marion Local 32, 10. New Knoxville 3.

100 dash — Robby LeFevre, FR, 11.53.

200 dash — Adam Huelskamp, Versailles, 23.43.

400 dash — Jack Poeppelman, Minster 53.4.

800 run — Conner Tumbusch, Minster, 2:00.71.

1600 run — Joe Spitzer, Versailles, 4:33.56.

3200 run — Joe Spitzer, Versailles, 10:09.51.

110 hurdles — Josh Steinbrunner, Versailles, 14.93.

300 hurdles — Josh Steinbrunner, Versailles, 40.36.

400 relay — Delphos 44.82.

800 relay — Fort Recovery 1:32.85.

1600 relay — Minster 3:29.67.

Pole vault — Colin Homan, Marion Local, 13-8.

GIRLS

Final team standings

— 1. Minster 183.5, 2. Versailles 112, 3. New Bremen 86, 4. St. Henry 57, 5. Delphos St. John’s 51, 6. Coldwater 46.5, 7. New Bremen 44, 8. Parkway 37, 9. Marion Local 32, 10. New Knoxville 3.

100 dash — Haley Winner, Versailles, 12.83.

200 dash — Cassie Peters, Versailles, 27.55.

400 dash — Paige Jones, New Bremen, 58.91.

800 run — Madeline Magoto, Minster, 2:20.8.

1600 run — Alexis Heath, St. Henry, 5:22.9.

3200 run — Kaci Bornhorst, Minster, 11:31.17.

100 hurdles — Clista Hellwarth, Parkway, 16.11.

300 hurdles — Maggie Meiring, Minster, 47.24.

400 relay — Versailles 50.4.

800 relay — Versailles 1:46.88.

1600 relay — Minster 4:02.54.

Lehman’s Kaitrin O’Leary runs in the 100-meter hurdle finals in Waynesfield Saturday at the Northwest Central Conference meet. She placed third in the race.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/05/web1_SDN051416WaynesfieldGTrack.jpgLehman’s Kaitrin O’Leary runs in the 100-meter hurdle finals in Waynesfield Saturday at the Northwest Central Conference meet. She placed third in the race.

Waynesfield-Goshen’s Gabe James, left, tries to keep up with Riverside’s Caleb Stevens in the 100-meter dash finals during the Northwest Central Conference meet at Waynesfield Saturday.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/05/web1_SDN051416WaynesfieldBTrack.jpgWaynesfield-Goshen’s Gabe James, left, tries to keep up with Riverside’s Caleb Stevens in the 100-meter dash finals during the Northwest Central Conference meet at Waynesfield Saturday.

Anna’s Austin Fogt competes in the high jump at Fairlawn Friday during the County Meet. He placed fifth to help the Anna boys to the overall team title.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/05/web1_SDN051416FairBTrack1.jpgAnna’s Austin Fogt competes in the high jump at Fairlawn Friday during the County Meet. He placed fifth to help the Anna boys to the overall team title.
Anna continues dominance in County meet

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