Versailles boys observe District champions; outcomes from Division III districts

By Drew Terhall

DailyAdvocate.com

PIQUA — Many athletes from round Darke County moved on to regionals after competing within the Southwest Division III observe District event at Piqua Excessive Faculty on Could 20.

For the boys, Versailles took first and are district champions within the group standings. Ansonia took fourth, Tri-Village took sixth, Arcanum took eighth, Bradford took twelfth and Franklin Monroe took seventeenth.

For the ladies, Tri-Village took third within the group standings. Ansonia tied for fourth, Arcanum completed seventh, Franklin Monroe completed twelfth and Bradford tied for thirteenth.

The highest 4 in every occasion strikes on to the Regional event.

For the boys observe particular person occasions, Bradford sophomore Zage Harleman took fourth within the 100 meter sprint with a time of 11.59. Harleman additionally moved on within the 200 meter sprint as he took second with a time of 23.56. Within the 400 meter sprint, Ansonia sophomore Brayden Bromagem is a district champion as he took first with a time of 51.90. Versailles sophomore Tyler Barga took second with a time of 52.59. Within the 800 meter run, Ansonia junior Matthew Lee took third with a time of two:02.44. Lee is a district champion within the 1600 meter run with a primary place time of 4:33.56. Versailles freshman Tony Moorman took second with a time of 4:42.50. Within the 3200 meter run, Versailles freshman Drew Meyer and Grant Beasley completed third and fourth with occasions of 10:43.16 and 10:45.59.

Within the 110 meter hurdles, Versailles senior Colton Reese took first and is a district champion with a time of 14.75. Tri-Village Justin Finkbine took second with a time of 14.84. Reese additionally claimed the district championship within the 300 meter hurdles with a time of 39.76. Versailles freshman Conner Gibson took third with 42.02 and Finkbine took fourth with 42.09.

Within the relay occasions, Versailles took first with a time of 45.47 within the 4×100 meter relay. Ansonia took fourth with 46.48. Versailles additionally took first within the 4×200 with a time of 1:33.07. Within the 4×400, Versailles took third with 3:37.65 and Ansonia took fourth with 3:40.91. Versailles moved on within the 4×800 ending third with a time of 8:41.52.

Within the excessive leap, Ansonia junior Ethan Reichert took second with a peak of 5-11 toes. Arcanum senior Eain Parks is a district champion within the shot put with a distance of 48-09.50 toes.

For the ladies particular person observe occasions, Bradford sophomore Avery Helman took fourth within the 200 meter sprint with a time of 27.47. Within the 800 meter run, Arcanum freshman Grace Psczulkoski took fourth with a time of two:35.08. Within the 1600 meter run, Ansonia freshman Lydia Hahn took fourth with a time of 5:46.64.

Within the 100 meter hurdles, Tri-Village freshman Heidi Bell took third with a time of 16.80. Within the 300 meter hurdles, Tri-Village senior Halle Bell is a district champion with a time of 47.34.

Within the relay occasions, Tri-Village took third within the 4×100 meter relay with a time of 52.25. Within the 4×200, Tri-Village took second with 1:53.64 and Ansonia took fourth with 1:56.85. Tri-Village took third within the 4×400 with 4:24.59. Ansonia took fourth within the 4×800 with a time of 11:01.93.

Within the lengthy leap, Tri-Village freshman Adalynn Hines is a district champion with a distance of 17-00 toes. Ansonia freshman Olivia Creager took third with 15-07.25 toes. In pole vault, Ansonia junior Colleen Steinmetz is a district champion with a peak of 11-06 toes. Ansonia sophomore Alexa Drees took second with 11-00 toes. In discus, Tri-Village senior Loryn Metzcar took third with a distance of 107-09 toes. Arcanum freshman Religion Wooten took fourth with 103-03 toes.

The Southwest Division III Regional event will likely be Could 24 and 26 at Troy Excessive Faculty.

Contact Day by day Advocate sports activities editor Drew Terhall at [email protected]


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