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Shelby's 4x8 Boys Smash Records: 7:55.87 Shatters Marks During First Day Of District

OAK HARBOR - The postseason is all about surviving to see another week of competing.

Wednesday the boys 4 x 800-meter relay from Shelby did just that. And, for added good measure they set some records in the process.

The Whippet foursome of Tyler Green, Sam Logan, Caleb Brown and Blake Lucius churned out a school-record 7:55.87 in winning the race during the opening day of competition at the Oak Harbor Division II District track and field meet.

They bested the 2003 school record of 7:58.00 held by Tom Craze, Joel Sesco, Andrew Wechter and Denver Russell.

Their time was also a district meet record, shattering the mark of 7:57.14 set in 2016 by Lexington....Read More

Four-Runners: WHS Boys, Girls, Finish Fourth At SBC Track Championships

While the night wasn’t quite as explosive as the Field Day Willard made of their SBC field event finals at Huron, Friday’s running event finals provided the opportunity to watch Felicia Rosvanis make the Bellevue Athletic Field her home away from home once again.

Having piled up three first place finishes and third place in her fourth event at the Bellevue Elks Invitational, she bolted to Willard’s lone first place finish on Day Two of the Sandusky Bay Conference Bay Division track and field championships at the same venue.

Rosvanis won the league championship in the 400 Meter Dash, finishing in 1:00.63, which was a drop of 2.44-seconds from her qualifying time at Huron. She passed Oak Harbor’s Abby Below (1:01.37) and Edison’s Jayla Medina (1:01.81) down the final stretch for the title....Read More

NLHS Boys, Girls Track Compete Against Crestview, Plymouth, South Central And Mapleton

New London High School track teams traveled to Crestview for the Firelands Conference meet last Wednesday and Friday.

The boys and girls teams put up a hard fight Wednesday to make it to the finals for Friday where they fought even harder. The girls placed second and the boys placed fourth.

Taylar Howell had a great night and placed in two of her open events and was a Firelands Conference champ in the 100m hurdles (16.9 seconds) and 300m hurdles (48.9 seconds). Howell was also part of the 4x100 relay of Emily Collins, Amyah Durham, Kaleigh Logan and Howell, who came in third. She was also part of the 4x400 relay of Howell, Kaylin Williams, Savannah Shaver and Dana Gustely, also placing third...Read More

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