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Mohawk’s Mullholand ties mark in district high jump

BUCYRUS — Mohawk’s Taeylor Mullholand tied a meet record, Carey claimed the 4×800 crown and four area entries have the fastest times entering Saturday’s finals after the first day of the Division III district meet.

Mullholand cleared 5-6 to win the high jump and tie the meet mark set by Mohawk graduate Kari Weimerskirch in 2007.

That leap helped the Warriors end the first day with 21 points, just four points behind meet leader Colonel Crawford.

Ashland Crestview holds a 19-14 advantage over Carey for third, with Hopewell-Loudon (9), Seneca East (7) and Buckeye Central (6) setting fifth through seventh.

Buckeye Central’s Lexi Evak took third in the high jump (5-2) to earn a trip to next week’s regional in Tiffin.

The top four in each event advanced.

Seneca East’s Amelia Boes and Hopewell-Loudon’s Megan Kreais tied for seventh by clearing 4-10.

Carey’s Nellie Bianchi, Allyson Eley, Juliana Boes and Sarah Reinhart won the 4×800 in 10:29.45.

They will be joined at the regional by the H-L runner-up quartet of Corrin Hoover, Renae Kapelka, Ashley Brickner and Taylor Leiter (10:33.25) and the fourth-place Seneca East team of Kennedy Beard, Amelia Boes, Hailey King and Emily Hughes (10:39.22).

Mohawk’s Alexa Konkle, Madison Fredritz, Kennedy Cleveland and Brooke Hannam ran sixth (10:51.89).

Mohawk’s Madison Wagner earned the area’s other regional berth on the first day by taking second in the discus (116-5).

Carey’s Lilly Adkins finished fifth in the discus (108-0) and Alexis Hicks ended eighth (103-10).

Several other local entries advanced to Saturday’s finals, with Carey having two of the area’s four top times coming out of preliminary races.

Blue Devils Abby Allison, Addi Miller, Ellison Roark and Addystin Lykins have the top time in the 4×200 (1:52.56).

Lykins also has the fastest time in the 400 (1:01.13). Joining her in the finals are H-L’s Abbi Roerdink (1:02.57) and Peyton Hoover (1:06.65) and Mohawk’s Catherine Klopp (1:04.05).

Buckeye Central’s Kyleigh Brown turned in the fastest time in the 100 (13.78) and will be joined in the finals by H-L’s Bri Landers (14-11) and Seneca East’s Morgan England (14.16).

The H-L foursome of Corrin Hoover, Peyton Hoover, Wells and Roerdink has the top time in the 4×400 (4:17.87).

Buckeye Central (4:19.28) is second in the 4×400 coming out of the prelims, Mohawk (4:25.66) third, Carey fourth (4:25.77) and Seneca East sixth (4:32.17).

Zoie Lewis, Taylor Ratliff, Brown and Evak run for Buckeye Central. Hannam, Klopp, Konkle and Mullholand hit the track for Mohawk. Carey has Allison, Miller, Roark and Lykins. Seneca East has Macy Phillips, Makenna Depinet, King and Boes.

Several other finals events will feature area athletes.

The 100 hurdles will have Mullholand (16.66), who enters with the second-fastest prelim time, and Corrin Hoover (18.06).

Hopewell-Loudon’s Taylor Sours, Wells, Peyton Hoover and Roerdink (1:53.49) and Seneca East’s Hughes, Macy Phillips, Makenna Depinet and England (1:54.86) will run in the 4×200.

The 4×100 will have Seneca East (52.76), Hopewell-Loudon (53.18), Carey (53.83) and Mohawk (54.76).

Hughes, Phillips, Madelyn Beckman and England ran for Seneca East in the relay. Hopewell-Loudon has Sours, Wells, Megan Kreais and Landers. Casey Parsell, Miller, Karli Rigby and Roark hit the track for Carey. Mullholand, Cleveland, Hannam and Emma Thiery run for Mohawk.

The 300 hurdles will feature H-L’s Corrin Hoover (49.44) and Hope Kreais (51.3) and Carey’s Ratliff (52.62).

Locals in the 800 include Bianchi (2:40.47), Leiter (2:39.32), Ratliff (2:43.06), Hughes (2:44.27), Fredritz (2:48.14), Konkle (2:45.62) and Carey’s Emmy Wood (2:48.27).

Lykins (27.8) and Sours (28.82) both made the finals in the 200.

Klopp, H-L’s 4×800

squad grab seconds

BUCYRUS — Mohawk shot putter Chris Klopp and Hopewell-Loudon’s 4×800 team each turned in runner-up efforts Thursday to highlight local efforts on the first day of the Division III district meet.

Klopp heaved the shot 45-8 and H-L’s Jordan Foster, Carter Ritchey, Trey Masterson and Caden Crawford ran 8:44.63 to earn their trips to next week’s regional in Tiffin.

The top four in each event advance.

Buckeye Central’s Davonte Armstrong took fourth in the shot (43-3) to also move on, while teammate Adam Krebs (40-2 1/2), Hopewell-Loudon’s Ryan Cook (39-4 3/4) and Mohawk’s Logan Drum (38-4 3/4) finished sixth through eighth.

Seneca East (9:36.61) and Mohawk (9:45.57) ran seventh and eighth in the 4×800.

Shayden Heiser, Pieter Wise, Emerson Brown and Alex King ran for Seneca East. Trenton Horner, Isaac Ward, Kevin Dietrich and Alec Bollinger ran for Mohawk.

Seneca East pole vaulter Jon Margraf added a fourth (11-0) to also reach the regional.

Carey’s Hayden Jacoby tied for fifth (10-6) in the pole vault.

Carey also has three top preliminary times entering Saturday’s finals.

Blue Devils Andrew Bell, Austin Hertel, Bryce Conti and Griffin Summit turned in the top 4×200 time (1:35.07).

Andrew Bell, Hertel, Summit and Kristian Shoemaker also top the field in the 4×400 (3:32.53).

Carey’s Anthony Bell leads the pack in the 800 (2:10.1) and will be joined in the finals by Masterson (2:15.94), Bollinger (2:17.81) and Wise (2:17.49).

Hopewell-Loudon’s Sam Stickley, Nico Garcia, Brendan Durbin and Ritchey are seeded second in the 4×200 (1:35.75).

Seneca East’s Brock Ferres, Skyler Walker, Alec Gomez and Dylan Young (1:37.66) and Mohawk’s Collin Barth, Bryce Lange, Kobe Stillberger and Blake Spitler (1:38.94) also made finals in the 4×200.

The 4×400 also includes second-seeded Mohawk (3:34.51) along with H-L (3:40.65) and Seneca East (3:51.86).

Bollinger, Stillberger, Spitler and Lange run for Mohawk. Sherron Jones, Kyle Rumschlag, Ritchey and Durbin run for H-L. Shawn Feyedelem, Gomez, Young and Wise run for Seneca East.

Several other entries also advanced to the finals.

Mohawk’s Kolby Coffman is the only local runner to advance in the 110 hurdles (18.18).

The 100 will have Stickley (11.78), Shoemaker (12.41) and Seneca East’s Jesse Beckman (12.3).

Carey (46.16) and Seneca East (46.56) both made it in the 4×100. Andrew Bell, Hertel, Summit and Carson Seifert run for Carey. Beckman, Walker, Gomez and Young run for Seneca East.

Stillberger (53.2), Shoemaker (53.23), Andrew Bell (53.3) and Rumschlag (54.68) moved on in the 400.

Griffin made the finals in the 200 (24.63).

Frohnen, Steyer gain

regional berths

SANDUSKY — Calvert’s Auggie Frohnen claimed second in the shot and Old Fort’s Gregory Steyer took third in the pole vault to earn regional berths Thursday on the first day of the Division III district meet at Perkins High.

Frohnen advanced by heaving the shot 51 feet while Steyer cleared 13 feet in the pole vault.

The top four in each event advance to next week’s regional in Tiffin.

No other area entries earned trips to the regional on the first day.

Lakota’s Cody Roush tied for seventh in the pole vault (10-6) and Calvert’s Vinny Volpe ended eighth in the shot (42-8 1/2).

Calvert’s Nic Somodi (19-0) and Aaron Rombach (18-10 1/4) finished sixth and eighth in the long jump.

Lakota’s Connor Hill, Braden Schaser, Mark Statham and Dylan Moes took fifth in the 4×800 (8:39.3) and Old Fort’s Garrett Havens, Clayton Melton, Jonathan Anstead and Steyer came in seventh (9:17.6).

Several area entries advanced to Saturday’s district finals.

Old Fort’s Bennett Wasserman moved on in the 110 hurdles (17.7).

Rombach, Jack Schultz, Trenton Cooper and Austin Jones will run the 4×200 (1:37.97) for Calvert.

The 1,600 will have Havens (5:01.15), Melton (5:01.02) and Calvert’s Chris Laney (5:04.96).

The 4×100 will have Rombach, Cooper, Mitch Nielsen and Jones from Calvert (45.59).

Statham (55.52) and Old Fort’s Mason Salas (54.41) will run in the 400.

Old Fort’s Jordan Smith advanced in the 300 hurdles (43.7).

The 800 will have Moes (2:15.27), Melton (2:16.27) and Laney (2:17.56).

Dauterman, OF

4×800 moving on

SANDUSKY — Lakota discus thrower Aliza Dauterman and Old Fort’s 4×800 team earned trips to the regional Thursday on the first day of the Division III district meet at Perkins.

Dauterman captured second with a toss of 124 feet, while Stockaders Allison Fortney, Alyssa Hoerig, Kristin Baker and Bri Davidson took fourth in the 4×800 in 10:45.03.

The top four in each event advance to next week’s regional in Tiffin.

No other area entries earned regional berths on the district meet’s first day.

Old Fort’s Grace Wasserman took sixth in the high jump (4-8).

Calvert claimed sixth in the 4×800 (10:53.0) and Lakota ended eighth (11:38.62).

Erika Gonzales, Mara Waire, Sarah McCarty and Taylor Harris ran the relay for Calvert. Julia Baker, Reilly Cozette, Samantha Wallace and Kiersten Linkey ran for Lakota.

Old Fort’s Jenna Clouse leads the area entries who advanced to Saturday’s finals by turning in the top times in the preliminaries in the 100 hurdles (15.7) and 300 hurdles (47.4).

Calvert’s Hannah Kelbly (17.5) will join her in the 100 hurdles, and Calvert’s Sophie Burtis (51.31) will do the same in the 300 hurdles.

Several other local athletes made Saturday’s finals.

Lakota’s Qiara Palos will run in the 100 (13.01) and 200 (28.28), and will be joined in the 200 by Calvert’s Emma White (28.4).

White, Kate Laney, Burtis and Hannah Kelbley will run the 4×200 (1:57.27) and 4×100 (55.12) for Calvert.

Palos, Lauryn Tiell, Savana Ranzenberger and Parris Hagemann will run the 4×100 (53.51) for Lakota.

Davidson advanced in the 400 (1:05.33).

The 800 will have Harris (2:33.65), Wallace (2:52.45), Baker (2:56.65) and Calvert’s Megan McClellum (2:53.08).

Old Fort (4:20.86) and Calvert (4:27.21) will run in the 4×400. Riley Lehner, Davidson, Baker and Clouse hit the track for Old Fort, and White, Burtis, Kelbley and Harris will do the same for Calvert.

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