Several Bryan track and field athletes recorded multiple wins as the Golden Bears’ girls team finished first and the boys second in a meet against Delta on Tuesday at Shaffer Track and Field.
Bryan girls won Delta 67.50-62.50, while the Panthers’ boys posted a 70-66 victory.
Rachel Fireovid earned two of the eight wins for Bryan’s girls team. She finished first in the 100-meter hurdles in 18.15 seconds and won the long jump with a 16-3.
Bryan won all but one of the individual races. Haylee Wheeler was first in the 200 (29.19), while Ella Miller won the 400 (1:12.80).
Allie Zimmerman (first in 800 in 2:33.90), Addie Oberlin (first in 1,600 in 6:05.40) and Alexis Nieves (first in 3,200 in 14:24.00) picked up wins for Bryan.
Lexi Alspaugh topped the field in the shot put with a 34-3.50.
Quinn Brown and Joshuah Taylor led the Golden Bears’ boys teams. Brown won the 200 in 24.22 and took the long jump with a 19-0, while Taylor won the 800 (2:01.90) and 1,600 (4:49.20).
Thomas Snyder finished first in the discus with a 117-4.
Owen Potvin took first in the 100 in 11.51; Brody Devlin won the 400 in 58.22 and Xander Fackler finished first in the 3,200 in 11:30.22.
The Golden Bears will return to action Friday for the Tim Downey Memorial Invitational at Otsego High School.
Edon boys, Montpelier girls sweep meet
EDON — Edon’s boys and Montpelier’s girls earned team titles as the two schools competed in a track and field meet with Hilltop and North Central on Tuesday at Edon.
The Bombers edged the Locos 92-84 for first place in the boys team standings. Hilltop (33) was third and North Central (24) fourth.
Montpelier cruised to the girls team title with 99 points. Edon was second with 58, North Central third with 39 and Hilltop fourth with 23.
Edon’s boys won eight events, with Drew Gallehue finishing first in the shot put with a 42-2.25 and in the high jump with a 5-2. Cassius Hulbert topped the field in the discus with a toss of 123-10.
Gage Eicher won the 100-meter dash in 11.62 seconds, while Garrett Dowdy finished first in the 800 in 2:21.36. Destin Hamrick recorded a win in the 110 hurdles in 17.22.
Edon’s 400 relay team (46.88) and 800 relay team (1:39.79) also picked up victories.
Montpelier’s girls picked up seven victories as Chloe Bard swept the throws (first in shot put with 30-8 and first in discus with 117-6). Jacee Altaffer won the long jump with a 13-3.
Makaya Crisenbery topped the field in the 400 in 1:06.90, while Tristen Bexten finished first in the 800 in 2:53.78.
The Locos’ 1,600 relay team won in 4:52.89, while the 3,200 relay team finished first in 12:15.
For Montpelier’s boys team, Thomas Jay won two individual events (first in 200 in 24.23 and first in 400 in 53.52). Athen Vankham won the pole vault with a 10-0.
The Locos teamed up to win the 1,600 relay in 3:59.89 and the 3,200 relay in 10:32.
North Central’s Joey Burt led the Eagles’ boys team by winning the 1,600 (5:20) and 3,200 (12:27). Cameron Laney added a victory in the 300 hurdles (50.47).
Wyatt Beltz leaped to a win in the long jump (19-0) for Hilltop’s boys team.
Edon’s Jenna Dulle crossed the line first in the 100 hurdles (18.22) and 300 hurdles (1:00.86), while Olivia Mitchell won the 1,600 (7:00.87). The Bombers’ 800 relay team finished first in 2:08.12.
Alexia Miller had a pair of individual wins to lead North Central’s girls team. She won the 100 in 13.65 and the 200 in 28.64.
The Eagles’ 400 relay team finished first in 56.82, while Kassidy Faler posted a win in the pole vault (9-0).
Gabby Rodriguez led Hilltop by winning the high jump (4-10).
Breier leads Stryker
PETTISVILLE — Stryker’s Brianna Breier finished first in three events to lead the Panthers’ track and field teams in a meet with Pettisville and Fayette on Tuesday at Pettisville Park.
Pettisville girls won with 77.5 points, while Fayette was second with 43.5. Stryker had 29.
Fayette boys edged Pettisville 56.5-53 for first place, while Stryker had 18.5.
Breier swept the sprints as she finished first in the 100-meter dash in 13.90 seconds and topped the field in the 200 in 29.70. She also won the long jump with a 15-9.
Kinsey Myers added a win in the 400 (1:05.90) for Stryker’s girls team.
The Panthers’ boys squad took home titles in the throws as Jakob Gaskill finished first in the discus (106-1) and Jaydin Rethmel first in the shot put (35-1.5).