WL-S 4×800 relay teams qualify for state meet


TROY – The West Liberty-Salem boys and girls track teams competed on day one of the Division III regional meet held at Troy Memorial Stadium on Wednesday.

The Tiger boys’ 4×800 relay team of Quentin Rudolph, Micah Smith, Owen Harrison and Asher Knox qualified for next week’s state meet by placing fourth in a season-best time of 8:14.41.

The WL-S girls’ 4×800 relay team also qualified for state by placing third in 9:45.47.

Qualifying for Friday’s regional finals for the Tiger boys were Logan Phillips in the 110 hurdles (15.37) and 300 hurdles (42.17), Jackson Steider in the 110 hurdles (15.95) and the 4×100 relay team of Gabe McGill, Jack Bahan, Jackson Steider and Dylan Glunt (45.11).

10-U softball

West Liberty Thoman’s IGA defeated Huntsville-2, 5-3, highlighted by Delaney Morris striking out 14 of the 15 hitters over 5 innings. Offensively for Thoman’s, Zoey Richardson and Morris tallied a hit each with Kylie Godshall adding a hit and an RBI. Gabbie Harrington was hit by a pitch twice and turned both of the opportunities into runs to secure the victory. Thoman’s improves to 3-0-1 on the season.

Thoman’s IGA defeated Rushsylvania-2, 15-3, with Morris and Chloe Staten combining to scatter three hits and allowing three runs.

Harper Patton sparked the Tigers with a 2 hit and 4 RBI night.

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