OAK HARBOR - Calvert's Corrine Harris captured second in two races Saturday to lead local efforts at the Oak Harbor Subway Invitational.
Harris took second in the 200 free (2:03.03) and 100 free (56.68), guiding the Senecas to seventh in the 16-team event. Calvert scored 54 points.
Columbian's Isaac Lewis, Justin Schwartz, Chris Gates and Braden Kuhn took second in the boys 200 free relay (1:38.75).
The Tornadoes finished fourth in the boys standings with 144 points.
Columbian's girls wound up ninth in their meet with 45 points.
Natalie Howard's fourth in the 100 fly (1:05.42) led TC.
Rams wear individual, team crowns
PLYMOUTH - Three Upper Sandusky wrestlers won titles and another three took second Saturday to guide Upper Sandusky to the team crown at the Plymouth Invitational.
Carson Mengerink, Alex Kenner and Dylan Robertson earned championships for the Rams, who cruised past Ashland Mapleton 233-197 1/2 for the team trophy.
Mengerink beat Arcadia 132-pounder Jarrod Bowman 9-3, Kenner beat Skylar Brown at 160 pounds via technical fall, and Roberts took the 195-pound title by sticking Plymouth's Sean Bolen.
The runner-up Rams were Keegan Gullifer (120), Derek Hansen and Tylor Pritchard (220).