LOCAL SPORTS

Local Track Results From Opening Weekend

Tecumseh and Tippecanoe were both part of the season-opening Tippecanoe Relays on Saturday. Tecumseh’s girls placed second overall, while Tipp was 13th overall. On the boys’ side, the Arrows placed seventh overall, with Tippecanoe 12th and Northwestern 13th.

In the girls’ 6400 relay, Tecumseh placed fourth, while the Arrows’ 800 relay team was second.

Tecumseh was sixth in the boys’ 800, with Tipp 14th.

The Arrows were first overall in the girls 3200 relay, and in the boys’ 3200, it was Tippecanoe who placed fourth and the Arrows seventh.

Tipp came back in the girls’ 1600 sprint medley and placed third overall, while Tecumseh was sixth. The Tipp 1600 sprint relay team placed fifth for the boys, with Tecumseh 12th.

In the girls’ 400, the Tecumseh relay team was fourth, and Tipp was 11th, while in the boys’ 400, Tecumseh was eighth.

The girls’ 400 shuttle relay team from Tecumseh placed third, with Tipp eighth. In the boys’ 440 Shuttle, it was Tecumseh placing seventh, while their girls’ 800 sprint medley team took home a title, winning the event over Wayne. Tipp placed 12th and 14th in that event.

Tecumseh also ran well in the 4000 distance medley placing third in the girls’, while Tipp was seventh in the boys’.

The girls’ 400 relay ironman saw Tecumseh place second, right on the heels of Fairborn for the title. The Arrows placed sixth in the boys’ event with Tipp seventh.

In field events, Tecumseh’s Samantha Johnson placed second overall in the shot put with 28’4.25”

Northwestern placed Adam Riedinger second overall in the boys’ shot with a throw of 49’4.25”, while freshman teammate Korbin Spencer was fourth at 44’-11.25” and fellow Northwestern freshman Blake Jamison was at 44’-1.5”. Isaac Haas from Tipp threw 36”-9.5” and Tecumseh’s Kyle Holt was right behind at 36’7.25”.

Blake Jamison from Northwestern won the discus with a throw of 136’-8”, with Haas second at 134-9” and Riedinger fourth at 127’-9”.

Jasmine Hassell of Tecumseh was tied for second in the girls’ high jump with 4’-9”. Freshman Kylee Mastin was seventh in the pole vault as the Tecumseh freshman leaped 7-feet, while on the boys’ side, Tecumseh’s Simon Herbert was third at 11-feet, and Mason Doll from Tipp was fourth at 10’-6”.

Bethel Track:

The Bethel boys and girls track teams fell to Tri-County North on Saturday. The girls fell 67 to 55 and the boys fell 82-44.

For the girls’, Kayla Grable had wins in the long jump and the 800 meter run. Rachel Sebastian won the 3200 meter and was second in the 1600 meter. Kaitlyn Balkcom won the 1600 meter and was second in the 800 meter.

Sophia Yarwick was 2nd in the long jump and 3rd in the 200 meter. Rachel Larsen was 2nd in the 200 meter and 3rd in the high jump. Brielle Gatrell was 2nd in the high jump and 3rd in the 400 meter. Hannah Marzolf was 2nd in the shot put and discus. Ashley Newton finished 2nd in the 400 meter.

Maddie Callaham finished 3rd in the shot put and discus. Kate Ellish finished 3rd in the 800 meter. Emma Daugherty finished 3rd in the 1600 meter and Brooklyn Smith finished 3rd in the 100 meter.

On the Boys side Korry Hamlin won the 1600 meter and 800 meter and was a member of the winning 4x8 and 4x4 relay teams. Joining Hamlin on the 4x8 team was Keaton Smith, Colton Smith and Connor Whelan. On the 4x4 team, was Peyton Chapman, Chris Ahrens and Samuel Pahal. Connor Whelan won the 300 meter Hurdles. The 4x2 team of Wyatt Leet, Tristan Johnson, Chris Ahrens and Garrrett Gatrell won as well.

​Second place finishers were Colton Smith in the 800 meter, Peyton Inman in the 110 meter hurdles and the 300 meter hurdles.

Third place finishers were Wyatt Leet in the long jump and 200 meter dash, Garrett Gatrell in the high jump, Tyler Brigham in the Discus, and Colton Smith in the 400 meter.

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