Prep Track: Eastwood boys finish first at Napoleon (04-21-14)


Eastwood’s boys track and field team finished first in seven events Saturday to win the Napoleon
The Eagles totaled 157.5 points to finish well ahead of runnerup Archbold with 105.5 in the eight-team
Perrysburg was fourth with 88 and Bowling Green was seventh with 30.
Eastwood won four individual events – Devin Snowden in the 110 hurdles (14.92) and the long jump (22-1),
Tim Hoodlebrink in the 800 (2:03.38), and Joe Salinas in the 300 hurdles (39.46).
Salinas’ time broke the meet record of 39.60 set in 2012.
Eastwood won three relays.
The 400 team of Grant Geiser, Ben Church, Brennan Seifert and Jake Hoodlebrink won in 44.87.
The 1,600 team of Gabe Fredericks, Snowden, Noah Smith and Jake Hoodlebrink won in 3:30.20.
The 3,200 team of Fredericks, Smith, Sam Church and Tim Hoodlebrink won in 8:17.92.
Perrysburg’s 800 relay team of Sam Testen, Roland MacCarthy, Joshua Haynes and Chris Klammer won in
BG’s Nick Lane was third in discus (134-7).
Perrysburg was third with 111 points, and BG and Eastwood tied for fifth with 56 1/3.
Perrysburg’s Grace Lahey won the 3,200 in 11:38.65.
The Yellow Jackets won two relays.
The 1,600 team of Jordan Doore, Taylor Monheim, Alexis Kemp and Courtney Clody won in 4:15.15.
The 3,200 team of Kemp, Grace Reddick, Lahey and Doore won in 9:46.69.
BG’s Maria Horrigan won the pole vault, clearing 11-6 to break her own meet record of 11-0 set last year.

The Bobcats’ 400 relay team of Cassidy Williford, Rachel Miller, Brittany Lowe and Horrigan won in 52.89.

Eastwood’s 3,200 relay team of Meagan Kaminski, Sarah Bettinger, Hannah Sponaugle and Maddie Jackson was
second in 10:03.50.
In Hamler, Elmwood scored 95 points to finish second in the nine-team meet.
Elmwood won two events – Madison Sears in the 400 (72.30) and Courtney Emmitt in the pole vault (8-6).

In Hamler, Elmwood scored 68 points to finish fourth in the nine-team meet.
Elmwood had three second-place finishes – Andrew Jasso in the 1,600 (4:57.88), Zachary Hocker in the 300
hurdles (44.40, and Sebastian Baxter in the shot put (41-11).
Lake finished second with 94 points, Rossford was fourth with 74 and Northwood was seventh with 17 in the
eight-team meet.
Lake’s Lauren Ozuk won the shot put (35-5).
Rossford’s Regan Clay won the 100 (12.75), 200 (25.92) and the 300 hurdles (48.63).
Rossford won two relays.
The 800 team of Taylor Stolar, Jessica Pietrasz, Shelby Redway and Natalie Campbell won in 1:54.70.
The 1,600 team of Redway, Clay, Stolar and Pietrasz won in 4:29.49.
Northwood’s Katelyn Conley was second in the shot (32-9¬?).
Lake was second with 108.75 and Rossford was fifth 57 in the seven-team meet.
Lake’s Scott Brittenham won the 800 (2:06.46) and the 1,600 (4:40.90), while teammate Brandyn Neal won
the 400 (53.93).
Lake’s 1,600 relay team of Brandon Knieriem, Neal, Tyler Rickman and Brittenham won in 3:41.29.
Rossford’s 400 relay team of Cody Irgo, Travis Szczeblewski, John Pupik and Ethan Littledeer won in
Lakota’s Cariss Reese won the 100 hurdles (17.1) and the 300 hurdles (48.62), and teammate Katie Park
threw 32-0 to win the discus.
The Raiders had 59 points to finish fifth in the eight-team meet.
Lakota finished eighth with 14 points.
The Raiders had two fourth-place finishes – Kevin Crowe in the shot (45-¬?) and Mac Flanagan in the
discus (135-8).
In Fostoria, North Baltimore’s Lindsay Davis won the high jump (4-8).
The Tigers were 10th in the 10-team meet with 26.5 points.
In Fostoria, North Baltimore’s Jacob Dick won the discus (130-3).
The Tigers were seventh in the 12-team meet with 45 points.

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