By Morgan Luedy
New London High School boys’ and girls’ teams defeated Plymouth and South Central last Tuesday night.
The boys scored a total of 107 points followed by South Central with 39, and Plymouth with 24. Winning their events were Cavin Zvosec in the shot put, Aidan Albaugh in the discus, Billy Woodmancy in the long jump, Jacob Molnar in the high jump and the 100 meter dash, the 4x800 meter relay team of Logan, McIntosh, Aaron Reed, and Austin Reed, Zach Davidson in the 110 meter hurdles and 300 meter hurdles, the 4x200 relay team of Molnar, Davidson, Moore, and Woodmancy, Dominic Albaugh in the 1600 meter relay, Jakob Logan in the 400 meter dash, Jake McIntosh in the 800 meter run, and the 4x400 meter team consisting of Woodmancy, McIntosh, Davidson, and Logan.
The girls’ team scored 109 points to South Central’s 42, and Plymouth’s 19 points. Winning their events were Morgan Luedy in the high jump, long jump, 100 meter hurdles, and the 400 meter dash, Marisa Molnar in the shot put, Emily Collins in the pole vault, the 4x800 meter relay team of Osterland, Allen, Shaver, and Copley, the 4x200 meter relay of Collins, Mitchell, Copley, and Cathey, Savannah Shaver in the 1600 meter run, Taylar Howell in the 300 meter hurdles, Eden Copley in the 800 meter run, Gabbie Osterland in the 3200 meter run, and the 4x400 meter relay team of Cathey, Howell, Shaver, and Mitchell.
In the HealthPoint Husky Invitational the boys’ team placed third on Saturday finishing with 85.33 points.
Placing for the boys were Zach Davidson (fifth in the 110 meter hurdles and sixth in the 300 meter hurdles), Nick Moore (fifth in the 100 and 200 meter dash), Jakob Logan (second in the 400 meter dash), Aaron Reed (fourth in the 400 meter dash), Carson Coey (fifth in the 800 meter run), Curtis Joppeck (seventh in the 1600 meter run), Dominic Albaugh (seventh in the 3200 meter run), Jacob Allen (first in pole vault, fifth in long jump, and seventh in high jump), Cayden Hofheins (fourth in the shot put), and Clayton Landis (fifth in the discus). Both the 4x200 and the 4x100 meter relays (Richards, Sullivan, Cole, and Moore) placed fourth, and the 4x400 meter relay (Coey, Davidson, Joppeck, and Logan) placed fifth. The 4x800 meter relay (Coey, McIntosh, Joppeck, and Logan) placed first.
The girls’ team also placed third scoring 78 points. Placing for the girls were Taylar Howell (fourth in the 100 meter hurdles and 300 meter hurdles), Gaia Vecchiet (seventh in the 800 meter run), Savannah Shaver (third in the 1600 meter run), Sidney Allen (seventh in the 1600 meter run), Gabbie Osterland (fifth in the 3200 meter run), Emily Collins (first in the pole vault and fifth in the long jump), Ashley Anderson (second in the shot put and seventh in the discus), and Marisa Molnar (fifth in the discus and seventh in the shot put). Allen, Osterland, Shaver, and Swisher placed fifth in the 4x800 meter relay. The 4x200 meter relay team consisting of Collins, Howell, Swisher, and Mitchell placed third.The 4x100 meter relay team consisting of Collins, Howell, Carmean, and Mitchell placed fifth. Swisher, Shaver, Vecchiet, and Mitchell placed fourth in the 4x400 meter relay.
At the Mansfield Mehock Relays, New London took eight athletes on Saturday to compete in the elite meet.
Aidan Albaugh placed fourth in the discus with a throw of 150’ 6” and eighth in the shot put with a throw of 47’7”. Cavin Zvosec placed third in the shot put with a throw of 51’ 1.75” and 11th in the discus (120’ 11”). Billy Woodmancy placed eighth in the long jump with a jump of 20’ 3” and Jacob Molnar was 10th with a jump of 19’ 11”. Molnar also placed 13th in the 100 meter dash. Morgan Luedy placed fourth in the long jump (16’ 6.5”), ninth in the high jump (4’ 10”), and ninth in the 400 meter run (1:01.4). Eden Copley placed 12th in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:34.4. The 4x400 meter relay team consisting of Dana Gustely, Eden Copley, Morgan Luedy, and Maryonna Cathey placed eighth, running a 4:20.61.