|Perrysburg girls finish second (09-23-13)|
|Written by Sentinel Sports Staff|
|Monday, 23 September 2013 09:44|
Perrysburg had two finishers in the top seven and the Yellow Jackets finished third in the team standings at the Srongsville Invitational.
At Van Buren, Elmwood's girls won the team title
At Strongsville, in a combined Division I and Division II meet, Perrysburg was third with 107 points. Nordonia won the meet with 71 points.
Perrysburg's top finishers were: Taylor Monheim, fourth, 19:45.58; Courtney Clody, seventh, 19:53.67; Jordon Doore, 30th, 20:44.89; Katie Menke, 31st, 20:44.97; and Emily Henry, 35th, 20:53.45.
In Liberty Center, Otsego was third in the 12-team meet with 136 points. Liberty Center was the team champion with 39 points.
Otsego's scorers were: Dayna Fackler, 13th, 20:35.29; Marisa DiBartolomeo, 22nd, 21:13.67; Adeline Smith, 25th, 21:19.84; Allison Horen, 46th, 22:52.08; and Alison Graham, 54th, 23:11.59.
At Maumee Bay State Park, Lake was seventh with 210 points, Rossford was ninth with 235 points, and North Baltimore was 14th with 350 points. Ida (Mich.) won the 14t-team meet with 43 points.
Lake's top five runners were: Marissa Boos, 23rd, 22:50.78; Vanessa Warton, 40th, 23:49.57; Olivia Bockey, 44th, 24:07.21; Katie Swartz, 70th, 25:59.47; and Peyton Wamer, 90th, 27:25.36.
Rossford's scorers were: Jessica Pietrasz, third, 16:52.54; Kayla Kirkman, 59th, 24:56.89; Madeline York, 63rd, 25:20.22; Samantha Strohm, 66th, 24:41.85; and Samantha Beck, 100th, 29:00.15.
NB's scorers were: Megan Ernsberger, 57th, 24:48.62; Mariah Leonard, 87th, 27:21.43; Taylor Grilliot, 98th, 28:48.06; Leslie Busch, 104th, 29:46.91; and Brittany Daughenbaugh, 108th, 30:07.73.
Northwood's Olivia Carbe was 22nd in 22:49.33.
The Rangers did not field a full team. Other Northwood runners were: Adrienne Waschm 88th, 27:21.95; Elizabeth Hart, 112th, 30:59.88; and Zoe Hart, 121st, 35:04.88.
Bowling Green was sixth with 144 points. Clay won the 13-team meet with 23 points, with four finishers in the top six.
BG's top five were: Sasha Lanning, seventh, 19:59.0' Jessi Patton, 19th, 20:52.93; Jenna Schonter, 28th, 21:04.74; Mallory Glenn, 43rd, 22:00.53; and Morgan Akenberger, 46th, 22:23.00.
VAN BUREN INVITATIONAL
In Van Buren, Elmwood's Emma Krassow was second in 22.31.4 to help Elmwood win the Van Buren Invitational. The Royals finished with 49 points in the five-team field.
Also scoring for Elmwood were: Madison Sears, ninth, 23.28.2; Emily Tracy, 10th, 23.28.8; Kelsey Bloom, 14th, 24:45.3; and Alyssa Clack, 16th, 25:01.7.
MALONE HS INVITATIONAL
At Malone College, Eastwood was fourth with 119 points in the 14-team Division II field. Gilmour Academy was the team champion with 58 points.
Eastwood's top five runners were: Maddie Jackson, 10th, 20:46.5; Hannah Sponaugle, 12th, 20:52.2; Meagan Kaminski, 16th, 21.24.8; Emily Zielinski, 35th, 23:22.2; and Jenna Selhorst, 46th, 24:42.4.
VAN WERT COUNTY
At Van Wert, Lakota was 12th with 323 points in the 12-team Gray Divsion. Tinora won the meet with 69 points.
Lakota's top five runners were: Amanda Lane, 48th, 4:39.60; Barbara Sprauer, 75th, 27:03.60; Mckenna Harison, 83rd, 27:33.50; Andrea Hickle, 84th, 27:45.20; and Saraya Durst, 97th, 33:23.00.
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