Staff report

NORTH LEWISBURG – The West Liberty-Salem girls track and field team took an early lead at the Ohio Heritage Conference Championships on Tuesday.

In the North Division, the Tigers led with 42 points followed by Triad with 32 points and Fairbanks with 28.

The Tigers took home two first-place finishes on day one with Elise Longshore winning pole vault (9-0) and the 4×800 relay team of Ashley Yoder, Gwen McCullough, Teagan Boyd and Breece Gullett winning in 10:06.96.

Isabella Hardwick placed second in discus (96-04), Sophia Hardwick placed third in discus (92-04), Lena Kauffman placed third in pole vault (8-0) and Claire Longshore placed fifth in high jump (4-04).

The finals will be held here on Thursday.

No other results were reported.

JH track

Graham participated in the Central Buckeye Conference Junior High Track Championships at Bellefontaine on Monday.

The top placer for the girls was Leila Konicki in fourth in the high jump (4-4).

For the boys, medaling in second place were Dylan Clem in the long jump (16-5.75), Sully Uhl in the 110 meter hurdles (18.24) and the 200 meter hurdles (school record time of 28.82). The 4×400 meter relay team of Jesse Jenkins, Clem, Haden Lehman and Jaxon Bowman placed third (4:07.18).

The GJHS boys finished fourth out of 12 teams and first in the Mad River Division.

No other results were reported.

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