ATTICA - Seneca East dominated its own meet, getting seven winners as it held off Carey, 264-104, in Attica.
Seneca East was led by Zach Gregg, who won the long jump (19-3 1/2) and the pole vault (14-0). The Tigers also had a double-winner in Wes Pipher, who won the 3,200 (10:29.85) and the 1,600 (4:50.25).
Carey won three of the four relays, and got individual wins from shot put thrower Jacob Goble (44-9 1/2) and Tommy Arredondo (6-2).
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Seneca East's Adam Hall (left) and Isaac Phillips race with New Riegel's Tim Ink in the 100 Meter dash Tuesday in Attica.
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Seneca East's Cynthia Duston hands off to Alex Queen in the 4x200 at Tuesday’s meet in Attica.
Old Fort, which placed third with 84 points, got an 800 win from Brad Bannister (2:16.7), while New Riegel (sixth, 33 points) was led by Tim Ink, who won the 200 in 24.8.
Carey girls win big
ATTICA - Carey's girls won eight events in Attica Saturday, and won the six-team meet going away, overwhelming host Seneca East, 237-123.
Christie Wickiser took home the pole vault for the Blue Devils, clearing 8 feet. The Blue Devils also won the 4x800 (11:48.8), the 4x200 (1:56.2), the 4x100 (54.1) and the 4x4 (4:33).
Also picking up individual wins for the Blue Devils were Haley Heinze, who won the 100 hurdles in 14.1, Gwen Wentling, who took home the 400 in 1:06, Morgan Blair, who placed first in 300 hurdles in 56.6 and Amber Spurlock, who took the 200 in 27.9.
Also scoring a win for the Blue Devils was Jaclyn Troiano, who took the 3,200 in 13:47.
Seneca East got a pair of wins from thrower Kaylyn Goshe, who won the shot (109-7 1/2) and the discus.
Old Fort placed third at the event (47), getting a pair of wins from Kayla Garza, who took first in the 1,600 (6:03.7) and the 800 (2:34.7). New Riegel finished fourth with 20 points, while Bettsville placed fifth with 15.
Mohawk owns tri-meet
SYCAMORE - Mohawk's boys and girls took first during a tri-meet Tuesday afternoon.
The boys racked up 77 points beating out South Central's 56 and Lima Perry's 34. Mohawk took first in the 4x200 (1:38.27), 4x100 (47.25) and 4x400 (3:46.51). Individual winners were Brandon Flood in the high jump (4-10), Mitch Parker in the pole vault (11-0), Trevor Zender in the 100 (11.78) and Chris Koehler in the 3,200 (11:18).
For the girls, Mohawk's 62 points were enough to best South Central's 48, and Lima Perry's 38. As a team Mohawk placed first in the 4x800 (11:23.42), the 4x200 (1:58.92) and the 4x400 (4:52.76). Shauna Leeth was a dual winner taking the 1,600 (6:04.4) and 3,200 (12:54.1). Other individual winners were Kaelee Jacoby in the shot (30-4), Ali Konkle in the 100 (17.69), Aubrie Flood in the 400 (1:10.06) and Kayla Risner in the 800 (2:53.3).
Rams take down Bucks
UPPER SANDUSKY - Upper Sandusky's boys and girls won their dual meets against Buckeye Central Tuesday. The boys outscored Buckeye Central 113-23.
Dominic Solis and Brandon Miller each won a pair of events. Solis won the 1,600 (4:54.9) and the 800 (2:10.8), while Miller took the 300 hurdles (45.9) and the 3,200 (11:45.5).
Other Individual winners were Matthew Haycook in the [ole vault (11-6), Collin Gardner in the shot put (45-9 1/2), Cody Clifford in the long jump (19-1) and the 400 (57.7), Alec McMillan in the 110 hurdles (16.4), Alex Grose in the 100 (12.1), and Dylan Robertson in the 200 (25.4). Team victories were earned in the 4x800 by Solis, Miller, Clifford and Myers (9:02.8), the 4x100 by Bradford Roeder, Shane Pack, Anthony Reep and Miller (1:41.9), and in the 4x400 by Grose, Solis, Miller and Pack (3:46.8).
The girls outscored Buckeye Central 96-32. Emma Smith won the long jump (14-1), the 100 (13.9), and the 300 hurdles (53.3). Other multi-event winners were Sarah Rall in the 1600 (6:14.6), and the 800 (2:44.7) and Shiloh Powers in the 400 (1:09) and the 200 (29.1). Other individual winners were Shelby Clark in the shot put (24-11 3/4), Kate Ritchey in the discus (76-7) and Olivia Thomson in the 3,200 (13:46).
Team victories were earned in the 4x800 by Alaney Oney, Mary McCaleb, Zoe Garber and Rall (11:21.7), the 4x200 by Alison Moser, Trudy Daughenbaugh, Smith and Powers (1:57.2), the 4x100 by Makenna Searls, Logan Dible, Sierra Mathews and Brittnie Bukovich (58.7) and in the 4x400 by Powers, Daughenbaugh, Oney and Rall (4:49.4).