Kaitlyn Llewellyn and Cameron Gardner of Perrysburg, and Lywanna Melvin of Bowling Green are headed back
to the Division I state track and field meet.
Llewellyn qualified in the 1,600 where she finished sixth last season.
Gardner will run in the 100 and the 200, and Melvin will compete in the discus. Gardner was a state
qualifier in the 100 last year and Melvin competed in her specialty there.
The state meet is Friday and Saturday at Ohio State University’s Jesse Owens Stadium.
Llewellyn, a sophomore, was third in the Amherst regional with a time of 5:03.03.
Gardner, a junior, finished third in both the 100 and the 200 at the Amherst regional.
Her time was 12.28 in the 100 and 24.70 in the 200.
Melvin finished second in the regional with a throw of 133-2.
In the Division III boys meet, Lakota junior Roger Guerra will compete in the 100, high jump, long jump
and the 400 relay. He was ninth in the state in the high jump last year.
Also running the relay will be seniors Austin McGown and Jacob Smith, and sophomore Jason Moore.
Smith also qualified in the 110 hurdles for the second straight year.
Guerra won the 100 (11.29) and the high jump (6-5) at the Tiffin regional, while finishing fourth in the
long jump (21-71â„2).
The 800 relay team was third in 48.66.
Smith was third in the 110 hurdles in 14.77.
Northwood senior Kyle Gunn qualified for state in three events (110 hurdles, high jump, 800 relay).
Gunn finished second in the 110 hurdles at the regional with a time of 14.71 and was fourth in the high
jump at 6-3.
The 800 relay team of Gunn, sophomore Seth Dunbar, and seniors Spencer Guerrero and Chris Keith was third
in 1:31.22.
In the Division I boys meet, Pemberville resident and Toledo St. John’s senior Chris Madaras will compete
in the 3,200 relay.
The team finished third in the regional with a time of 7:53.12.