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Thursday, May 30, 2013 11:50 PM

DIVISION II

Region 6 at Lexington High School

Finals: 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 (Top 4 to State Meet)

Girls Team Scores - 3 Events Scored: Liberty-Benton 15, Clyde 13, Coldwater 12, Wapakoneta 10, Bellevue 9, Celina/Ontario/Napoleon 8, Bucyrus 6, Van Wert/Bloom-Carroll/Mil. Edison 5, Otsego 4, Oak Harbor 3, Granville/Port Clinton 2, Huron/St. Marys Memorial 1.

4x800 Meter Relay: 1. Coldwater 9:34.94; 2. Napoleon 9:43.51; 4. Bellevue 9:49.29; 4. Mil. Edison 9:54.76; 5. Otsego 9:55.28; 6. Oak Harbor 9:59.64; 7. Granville 10:04.92; 8. St. Marys Memorial 10:06.92.

High Jump: 1. Hayzlett (WA) 5-4; 2. Wenning (CE) 5-3; 3. Wollenslegel (CL) 5-3; 4. Loeffler (B-C) 5-2; 5. Peplinski (L-B) 5-2; 6. Rinner (BE) 5-0; 7. Rammel (CO) 5-0; 8. Schoelwer (HU) 5-0.

Shot Put: 1. DeVincentis (L-B) 44-2.75; 2. Barnhill (ON) 40-0.50; 3. Nolen (BU) 38-11; 4. Alexis Dowdy (VW) 38-1.75; 5. Kiser (CL) 37-7.50; 6. Andrews (CL) 37-1.75; 7. Mallory (PC) 36-11.75; 8. Streaker (L-B) 36-10.50.

Boys Team Scores - 4 Events Scored: Clyde 23, Perkins 17, Mil. Edison 15, Bellevue 12, Ontario 10, Huron 9, Van Wert/Willard 8, Norwayne/Wauseon/Galion/Eastwood 6, Defiance/Delta/W.S. Northwestern 5, Elyria Catholic/Ottawa-Glandorf 4, Genoa Area 3, Shelby 2, Orrville/Heath 1.

4x800 Meter Relay: 1. Mil. Edison 7:58.21; 2. Van Wert (Kase Schalois, Seth Kopp, Connor Holliday, Jared Fleming) 8:00.56; 3. Perkins 8:01.88; 4. Defiance 8:02.00; 5. Ottawa-Glandorf 8:03.49; 6. Eastwood 8:04.93; 7. Shelby 8:17.28; 8. Huron 8:19.30.

Discus: 1. Burdette (ON) 168-11; 2. Roberts (WI) 162-3; 3. Castle (WAU) 159-7; 4. Mawhirter (PE) 157-5; 5. Zappa (PE) 154-2; 6. Bryer (GE) 154-2; 7. Huey (CL) 139-3; 8. Glaser (WS) 138-3.

Long Jump: 1. Coburn (CL) 22-2.75; 2. Wollenslegel (CL) 21-5.75; 3. Armistad (GA) 20-11.75; 4. Cushler (ME) 20-10.25; 5. Nolletti (WS) 19-07.00 20-8.50; 6. Snowden (EA) 20-6.50; 7. Missler (BE) 20-5.50; 8. Weaver (HE) 20-2.50.

Pole Vault: 1. Rowland (BE) 15-4; 2. Majoy (HU) 15-0; 3. Studer (NOR) 14-8; 4. Fraker (DE) 14-4; 5. Ball (ELY) 14-4; 6. Faneuff (CL) 14-0; 7. Trent (PE) 14-0; 8. Johnson (ORR) 14-0.

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Preliminaries - Top 8 in each event to Today’s Finals (Elida and Van Wert Athletes):

GIRLS:

100 Meter Dash: 7. Amanda Clay (V) 12.61.

400 Meter Dash: 2. Amanda Clay (V) 58.7.

300 Meter Hurdles 30”: … 12. Whitney Meyers (V) 49.28.

4x400 Meter Relay: … 9. Van Wert (Whitney Meyers, Alicia Danylchuk, Jacey Eikenberry, Amanda Clay) 4:12.88.

BOYS:

110 Meter Hurdles 39”: … 14. Kevin Russell (E) 16.53.

4x200 Meter Relay: 6. Van Wert (Kevon Pierce, Terrance Branson, Nick Krugh, Seth Kopp) 1:31.85.

4x100 Meter Relay: 7. Elida (Nick Pauff, Desmend White, Khory Kesler, Brandon Stinson) 44.09; … 15. Van Wert (Kevon Pierce, Terrance Branson, Caleb Lloyd, Nick Krugh) 45.24.

400 Meter Dash: 8. Seth Kopp (V) 51.74.

300 Meter Hurdles 36”: 8. Quentin Poling (E) 40.52.

4x400 Meter Relay: 1. Elida (Brandon Stinson, Clark Etzler, Nick Pauff, Quentin Poling) 3:23.83; 6. Van Wert (Seth Kopp, Quincey Salcido, Nick Krugh, Jared Fleming) 3:26.75.

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Sanders finishes U of F track career with 4 All-American honors

PUEBLO, Colo. — Delphos native Tim Sanders finished his University of Findlay track and field career by grabbing seventh place in the nation in the 400-meter hurdles (52.02) at the NCAA Division II National Championships held May 23rd in Pueblo, Colo.

He also ran on the 4x400-meter relay team that set a school record of 3:08.70 and ended up eighth in the nation.

The top eight in relays and individual events are named All-American.

This is the fourth time Sanders has been so designated in his college career.

He was the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference indoor 60-meter hurdles and 110-meter hurdles champion in his four years.

He also received All-Region honors in the outdoor 110-meter hurdles (14.37) the past two years; the 400-meter hurdles (52.02); and the 4x4 relay (3:08.70).

He also had a career-best time of 47.1 in the 400-meter open event.

Findlay finished ninth as a team with 29 points in the national meet.

Last Updated on Thursday, May 30, 2013 11:51 PM
 

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