|Prep Track: BG girls win Perkins Relays (5-10-13)|
|Written by Sentinel Sports Staff|
|Saturday, 11 May 2013 01:06|
Bowling Green’s girls track and field team won the Sandusky Perkins Relays Friday night.
The Bobcats won four events and totaled 117 points to beat runnerup Perkins with 109 in the seven-team meet.
Otsego was fifth with 66.
BG’s Sasha Lanning won the 1,600 (5:34.48).
BG’s Maria Horrigan (10-6) and Rachel Clark (8-6) won the pole vault relay, and Horrigan (16-53⁄4) and Kyrha Hollins (15-11⁄2) won the long jump relay.
Horrigan was the top individual in the pole vault.
The Bobcats also won the 6,400 relay where Morgan Akenberger, Taylour Aungst, Lanning and Abri Dubler had a time of 24:12.07.
Otsego’s Kim Forshey won the 100 hurdles in 17.15.
The Knights won two relays.
The 3,200 team of Dayna Fackler, Allison Horen, Mallory Beach and Alex Wenig won in 10:28.18.
The distance medley (800-400-1,200-1,600) team of Wenig, Beach, Sadie Van Horn and Fackler won in 13:57.38.
In the boys meet, Otsego was third with 76 points and BG was sixth with 45.
Otsego’s Cole Gorski (40-61⁄2) and Jerome Griffin (40-61⁄4) won the triple jump relay.
Gorski was the top individual in the pole vault (13-6).
BG had two third-place finishes — Sam Panter in the 110 hurdles (16.36), and the distance medley relay team of Jared Kobylski, Phillip Zamarripa, Noah Lanning and Codie Garza (11:42.79).
In Jerry City, Derick Mobus won three events and Aaron Arnold won twice to lead Elmwood’s boys to a second-place finish at Elmwood High School.
Wauseon won the four-team meet with 115 points, while Elmwood was the runnerup with 99.
Mobus won the 100 (11.4), 200 (23.8) and the triple jump (39-3).
Arnold won the 400 (53.5) and the long jump (20-1).
Elmwood won three relays.
The 6,400 team of Josh Mathias, Andrew Jasso, Alex Jasso and Lorne Strausbaugh won in 19:44.9.
The 400 team of Treg Snowden, Jordan Andrich, Zachary Hocker and Michael Baer won in 47.1.
The 1,600 team of Austin Jasso, Baer, Alex Jasso and Strausbaugh won in 3:41.8.
In the girls meet, Elmwood was third with 61 points. Wauseon won with 106.
Elmwood’s Madison Sears won the 400 in 61.3, and the Royals’ 400 relay team of Bella Wise, Jackie Baer, Emily Schmitz and Katie Dewey won in 63.2.
In Ottawa Hills, Lakota’s girls finished third with 66 points in the 12-team meet.
Also from Wood County, Northwood was eighth with 32 and North Baltimore was 10th with 11.
Lakota’s Makakyla Kiser, Cariss Reese and Breese Reidling won the pole vault relay. Kiser cleared 9-6 to finish as the top individual.
Northwood’s 800 relay team of Alli Coy, Megan Roach, Diamond Mathews and Kelsey Smothers was second in 2:00.40.
Northwood’s Katelynn Conley was the top individual in the shot put relay, throwing 33-10.
North Baltimore’s pole vault relay team of Kenzie Carles (8-0), Marian Leonard (7-6) and Fleckner (7-0) finished third.
In the 11-team boys meet, Lakota was fifth with 35 and Northwood was seventh with 24.
Northwood’s Brandon Kretz was second in the 300 hurdles (43.50), and the Rangers’ 440 shuttle hurdles relay team of Dominik Bermejo, Kretz, Louis Wayome and Donovan Bermejo was second in 67.90.
Lakota’s discus relay team of Mac Flanagan (152-11⁄2), Kevin Crowe (121-2) and Patrick Shull (88-51⁄2) was second.
Flanagan was the top individual in the event.
|Last Updated on Saturday, 11 May 2013 01:13|
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