|Prep Track: 04-22-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune|
|Monday, 22 April 2013 11:04|
Eastwood's boys and girls won team championships Saturday at the Napoleon Invitational track and field meet.
The boys won eight events and finished with 176.5 points in the eight-team meet.
Perrysburg was sixth with 62.5 and Bowling Green was eighth with 20.5.
Eastwood's Isaiah Conkle won the 100 in 11.21 and the 200 in 23.52, while Blake Kohring won the 110 hurdles in 15.45 and Devin Snowden won the 300 hurdles in 41.90.
The Eagles also won two running relays.
The 400 team of John Rogers, Steven Bruning, Brennan Seifert and Conkle won in 44.48.
The 3,200 team of Tim Hoodlebrink, Noah Smith, Randy Caris and Gabe Fredericks won in 8:30.04.
Eastwood won two field events.
Eastwood won the high jump relay, with Jake Hoodlebrink, Derek Snowden and Steven Bradley combining for a height of 17-4.
Eastwood won the long jump relay, with Devin Snowden, Jake Hoodlebrink and Derek Snowden combining for a distance of 65-41‚Ñ2, a meet record.
Devin Snowden's individual mark of 22-93‚Ñ4 was a meet record.
Perrysburg's Sean Connor was the top individual in the shot put, throwing 43-41‚Ñ2.
Also for Perrysburg, Austin Bishop was second in the 100 (11.55).
BG's long jump relay team of Sam Panter, Trey Loescher and Markus Cheslock finished third (55-21‚Ñ4).
In the girls meet, Eastwood won with 112.75 points.
Bowling Green was fourth with 101.09 and Perrysburg was sixth with 81.5.
Eastwood won the long jump relay where Aricka LaVoy, Hannah Firsdon and Jenna Selhorst had a combined distance of 45-9.
BG's Maria Horrigan was the top individual in the long jump, going 16-1.
Eastwood also won the pole vault relay where Elise Wolff, Kaleigh Obrock and Liz Hirzel had a combined height of 24-0.
Horrigan was the top individual in the pole vault, clearing 11-0 to set a meet record.
BG won the high jump relay where Kyrha Hollins, Ciara Kirkbride and and Katie Dible had a combined height of 15-4.
Hollins was the top individual in the high jump, clearing 4-10.
Perrysburg won four events.
Emily Wyrick won the 800 in 2:21.96 and Courtney Clody won the 1,600 in 5:25.07.
The 1,600 relay team of Clody, Jordan Doore, Grace Reddick and Wyrick won in 4:16.31.
The 3,200 relay team of Clody, Taylor Monheim, Doore and Wyrick won in 10:01.60.
Rickman wins twice
Lake's Tyler Rickman won the 1,600 (4:44.46) and the 3,200 (10:20.27), and Rossford's Ryan Clay won the 800 (2:05.17).
Lake finished sixth with 65 points, while Rossford was ninth with 43 and Northwood was 10th with 12.
Northwood's Brandon Kretz tied for third in the high jump (5-4).
Lake finished third
Lake finished third with 93 points, Rossford was sixth with 47 and Northwood was eighth with 32.
Lake's Katie Swartz won the 100 hurdles in 17.94.
The Flyers also won two relays.
The 400 team of Rebecca Boos, Ashley Timmons, Jordyn Taylor and Nicole Pennington won in 53.29.
The 800 team of Pennington, Shelby Zemenski, Taylor and Boos won in 1:53.61.
Rossford's 1,600 relay team of Shelby Redway, Jessie Pietrasz, Taylor Stolar and Erica Stolar won in 4:34.61.
Northwood's Olivia Carbe was third in the 1,600 (6:01:21.). The Rangers' 3,200 relay team of Carbe, Jessica Tonti, Alli Coy and Megan Roach was third in 11:45.93.
Elmwood finishes second;
Gorski named meet MVP;
Elmwood finished second with 83 points and Otsego was third with 69.5.
Otsego's Cole Gorski was named the meet's most valuable performer.
Gorski cleared 13-0 to win the pole vault and won the 200 in 23.2, while teammate Brandon Avers won the 3,200 in 10:34.7.
Elmwood's Derick Mobus won the 100 in 11.51.
Otsego finishes fourth
Otsego finished fourth with 51 points and Elmwood was fifth with 43.5.
Otsego's Alex Wenig won the 800 in 2:32.7.
Elmwood's Courtney Emmitt finished second in the pole vault (7-6).
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