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Eastwood won the Division II girls district track meet at Oak Harbor, scoring 86 points to the host Rockets, which finished as runner-up with 79 points. Lake was ninth with 30 points and Genoa 11th with 27 points.

Qualifying for the Lexington regional is Eastwood senior Kaitlyn Nicely in the 100 after finishing as district runner-up in 13.56, four one-hundredths of a second behind winner Alexi Levin (Otsego), a junior who finished in 13.52.

Two Eastwood hurdlers qualified in the 300 — junior Whitney Hoodlebrink and sophomore Rachel McNay. McNay was runner-up at the district meet (47.9) while Hoodlebrinnk was fourth (49.83).

Two local 4x800 relay teams qualified for regional after finishing one-two at the district meet — Oak Harbor’s team of juniors Kaitlyn Harvey and Kia Frank, freshman Allie Dresser, and senior Kristin Rios and Genoa’s team of sophomores Elizabeth Mosher, Nicole Kraemer, and Bethany Skees, and junior Tiffany Wright. The Rockets were district champs in 10:02.43, while the Comets finished under 10 seconds behind in 10:12.35.


Woodmore won both the boys and girls Division III district track meets at Eastwood, Gibsonburg finished a close second in the boys meet as four Golden Bear relay teams moved onto the regional.

The Wildcats outdistanced the runner-up Golden Bears in team scoring 98-93, while Northwood finished 12th with 13 points and Cardinal Stritch was 13th with three points.

Advancing to the Tiffin boys regional at Frost Kalnow Stadium from Gibsonburg is the 4x800 relay team of senior Kendall Bates, freshman Miguel “Tony” Flores, junior Jordan Rosenberger, and senior Elias Dander.

The Golden Bear 4x200 team of Bates, junior Nick Black, and seniors Avery Potridge and Tyler Krotzer advanced. Black, Potridge, Krotzer, and junior Aaron Rice qualified in the 4x100, and Black, Bates, Krotzer, and Dandar qualified in the 4x400.


Lake's boys’ and girls’ track and field teams have created a buzz this season,

Lake sprinter Ashley Timmons
running the second leg of the
4x200 meter relay during district
preliminaries. (Photo courtesy
of Lori Johnson)

which is making first-year coach Dominick Kaple a very happy man.

Last week, at the Division II district meet at Oak Harbor, the Flyers advanced three individuals and two relay teams to Thursday and Saturday's regional meet at Lexington.

“This is the most events we've had represented (at regionals) in a long time,” Kaple said. “Everyone seems excited about it in the community, which is nice. We're young, too, especially on the girls' side. We're only losing one senior in (thrower) Jessica Albright.”

Jessica Abbey, a junior, qualified to regionals in the 400-meter dash and the 4x200 relay along with freshmen Nichole Henry, Ashley Timmons and Rebecca Boos, who also qualified in the 200 dash.

Abbey's time of 1:02.53 in the 400 was good enough for third place at districts. The top four placers in each event advanced to regionals. In addition, she is trying to break her Becky Abbey’s (Beavers) school record, who just happens to be Jessica’s mother.


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