WOAC monitor competes at Covington Invitational

By Drew Terhall

DailyAdvocate.com

COVINGTON — The 5 native WOAC faculties competed within the Covington Excessive College Invitational in monitor on Might 5.

For the boys, Ansonia sophomore Brayden Bromagem took fifth within the 100 meter sprint with a time of 11.83. He additionally took fourth within the 200 meter sprint as Bradford sophomore Zage Harleman took fifth with a time of 23.94. Bromagem took first within the 400 meter sprint with a time of 51.67. Within the 800 meter run, Arcanum senior Jacob Rice took third with a time of two:09.94. Ansonia freshman Layne Bowman took fifth with a time of two:10.81. Within the 1600 meter run, Ansonia sophomore Ethan Sparks took second with a time of 4:52.89. Rice took fourth with a time of 4:56.19. Ansonia junior Matthew Lee completed second within the 3200 meter run with a school-record time of 10:00.36. Arcanum senior Ashton Paul took fourth with a time of 10:57.34.

For the 110 meter hurdles, Bradford junior Owen Beachler took first with a time of 15.79. Arcanum junior Brady Lock took third with a time of 17.53. Within the 300 meter hurdles, Beachler took third with a time of 43.11 and Lock took fourth with 44.13. Ansonia junior Landon Perry took fifth with a time of 45.08.

For the relay occasions, Tri-Village took fourth within the 4×100 with a time of 47.45. Within the 4×200, Tri-Village took fifth with a time of 1:40.17. Within the 4×400, Ansonia took second with a time of three:36.09.

Within the excessive bounce, Ansonia junior Ethan Reichert took fourth with a top of 5-10 toes. Within the lengthy bounce, Tri-Village junior Tanner Printz took third with a distance of 19-01.50. In pole vault, Tri-Village senior Daniel Watern took first with a top of 9-00 toes. Ansonia freshman Gavin Stachler took second with 9-00 toes. Within the discus, Ansonia junior Garrett Stammen took second with a distance of 134-08 toes. Ansonia junior Jordan Troutwine took third with 127-11 toes. Arcanum senior Eain Parks took fourth with a distance of 124-04 toes. In shot put, Parks took first with 50-05.75 toes. Stammen took fifth with a distance of 39-08.5 toes.

For the ladies, Tri-Village freshman Adalynn Hines took first with a time of 13.39. Ansonia junior Alexa Drees took fourth with a time of 13.68. Within the 200 meter sprint, Ansonia freshman Rose Barga took fifth with a time of 28.48. Barga took third within the 400 meter sprint with a time of 1:03.89. Within the 800 meter run, Ansonia junior Peyton Billenstein took fourth with a time of two:39.91. Arcanum freshman Grace Psczulkoski took fifth with a time of two:41.17. Within the 1600 meter run, Ansonia freshman Lydia Hahn took first with a time of 5:49.99. Arcanum senior Brooklyn Miras took third with a time of 6:08.90.

For the 100 meter hurdles, Tri-Village freshman Heidi Bell took first with a time of 17.61. Ansonia sophomore Gabby Leeper took second with a time of 18.01. Arcanum senior Mariah Kreusch took fourth with 18.59. Within the 300 meter hurdles, Tri-Village senior Halle Bell took first with a time of 48.53. Tri-Village senior Torie Richards took second with 49.16.

For the relay occasions, Ansonia took first within the 4×100 with a time of 52.76. Franklin Monroe took fourth with 54.30. Ansonia took fourth within the 4×200 with a time of 1:57.92. Tri-Village took third within the 4×400 with a time of 4:35.42 whereas Arcanum took fourth with 4:36.51. Within the 4×800, Ansonia took third with 11:08.08.

Within the excessive bounce, Ansonia freshman Olivia Schmitmeyer took third with a top of 4-08 toes. Tri-Village senior Morgan Hunt took fifth with a top of 4-06 toes. Within the lengthy bounce, Hines took first with a distance of 16-01.50 toes. Ansonia freshman Olivia Creager took third with 15-00.50 toes. In pole vault, Ansonia junior Colleen Steinmetz took first with a top of 11-06 toes. Drees took second with 11 toes. Arcanum freshman Kamryn Beisner took fifth with 8-06 toes. Within the discus, Tri-Village senior Loryn Metzcar took fourth with a distance of 104-06 toes. In shot put, Metzcar took second with a distance of 36-08.50 toes. Arcanum freshman Religion Wooten took third with 32-10.50 toes.

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


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