ARCHBOLD — Bryan’s track and field teams posted six individual victories as the Golden Bears finished second in a meet with Archbold and Evergreen on Tuesday at Archbold High School.

Archbold won the boys title with 86 points. Bryan was second with 43 and Evergreen third with 36.

The Bluestreaks also won the girls title as they racked up 79 points. Bryan (38) was second and Evergreen (26) third.

Bryan’s girls had four wins. Shallyn Miley finished first in the 400 in 1:03.70, while Aquilina Cordic won the 300 hurdles in 48.60.

Allie Zimmerman added a win in the long jump with a 15-3.50. Addie Oberlin finished first in the 800 in 2:40.70.

For the Golden Bears’ boys team, Joshuah Taylor was first in the 1,600 in 4:33.70 and Korbin Shepherd topped the 300 hurdles field in 46.00.

Bryan will return to action Thursday for the Palmer Relays at Defiance High School.

Hilltop boys 1st at Stryker

STRYKER — Hilltop’s boys track and field team won seven events en route to finishing first in a meet with Stryker, Pettisville and North Central on Tuesday at Stryker Athletic Complex.

Hilltop finished with 76 points to edge Pettisville (67) for first. North Central was third with 51 and Stryker fourth with 11.

Pettisville cruised to the girls team title with 101 points. North Central (52) edged Stryker (49) for second, while Hilltop (21) was fourth.

Wyatt Beltz posted a pair of individual wins to lead Hilltop. He finished first in the long jump with an 18-8.75 and added a victory in the 200-meter dash in 25.21 seconds.

Trenton Funk won the shot put (39-6), Ty Creamer topped the field in the discus (108-6.5) and Dylan Eisel finished first in the pole vault (8-6) for the Cadets.

Hilltop’s 800 relay team finished first in 1:47, while the Cadets’ 3,200 relay squad won in 11:59.

Two North Central boys athletes posted multiple wins.

Joey Burt was first in the high jump (5-6), the 400 (1:00.28) and 3,200 (12:02), while Cameron Laney won the 100 (12.46) and 300 hurdles (45.81).

Quin Burt added a win in the 1,600 in 5:33 for the Eagles.

Jaydin Rethmel’s third-place finish in the shot put (34-10.25) led Stryker’s boys team.

North Central’s girls team had three winners. Kassidy Faler finished first in the 100 hurdles in 18.62; Alexia Miller crossed the line first in the 100 in 13.30 and Kaytee Tomblin won the 300 hurdles in 1:02.14.

Stryker’s girls team had four victories. The 400 relay team of Kinsey Myers, Kaila Patterson, Brianna Breier and Sage Woolace finished first in 54.59. The quartet teamed up to win the 800 relay in 1:53.

Breier added a victory in the long jump (16-0.25), while Myers was first in the 400 (1:08.21).

Gabby Rodriguez led Hilltop’s girls team by finishing second in the high jump with a 4-10.

Edgerton boys first at Antwerp

ANTWERP — Edgerton’s boys track and field team racked up eight wins in sweeping a meet with Antwerp, Continental and Fort Jennings on Tuesday at Antwerp High School.

Edgerton won with 94 points. Continental (60) was second, Antwerp (52) third and Fort Jennings (42) fourth.

Antwerp won the girls title with 87.50 points. Edgerton (56) slipped past Fort Jennings (54) for second, while Continental (40.50) was fourth.

Edgerton won three of the four relay events as Craig Blue, Jared Swan, Hunter Burke and Owen Roth finished first in the 800-meter relay in 1:37.71. Burke, Roth, Carter Herman and Dakota Burke teamed up for a win in the 1,600 relay in 3:52:00, while the Bulldogs’ 3,200 relay won in 10:43. No names were available for Edgerton’s 3,200 relay team.

Herman added an individual win in the high jump with a 5-2.

Roth won the 100 in 11.55; Hunter Burke took the 200 in 24.56; Swan finished first in the 800 in 2:15.00; and Blue ran to a win in the 300 hurdles in 44.88.

Edgerton’s girls team had two victories as Ashlee Hug won the 1,600 in 6:18.00 and the 3,200 in 13:38.00.

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