TROY – The West Liberty-Salem boys track team finished in a tie for eighth place at the Division III regional meet on Friday.
For the Tigers, Logan Phillips placed fourth in the 110 hurdles in 15:07 to qualify for this week’s state meet.
In addition, WL-S’s Asher Knox and Owen Harrison both qualified for state in the 3,200. Knox placed third on Friday in 9:42.95 and Harrison was fourth in 9:45.37.
Triad’s Cayla Eaton qualified for state by placing fourth in the 300 hurdles in 46.86 and fifth in the 100 hurdles in 15:09.
The WL-S boys and girls 4×800 relay teams both qualified for state during the first day of the regional on Wednesday.
At the Central District Division III regional meet at Heath on Friday, Mechanicsburg’s girls 4×400 relay team of Isabelle Rodgers, Olivia Skillings, Taylor Miller and Clair Rodgers qualified for state by placing third in 4:06.07.
In addition, Mechanicsburg’s Kailen Butler qualified for state by placing fourth in the 100 in 10:97 and Will Negley qualified by placing fifth in the 1,600 in 4:25.58.
PIQUA – Urbana’s Lyza Forson won the Division II regional girls shot put title on Thursday.
Forson won with a throw of 39-0.5 to advance to this week’s state meet.
In addition on Thursday, Graham’s Taylor Aldredge qualified for state by placing fourth in the high jump (5-1).
On Saturday at the regional, Urbana’s Xavier Williams qualified for state in the 100 by placing fourth in 11:28.
The state track meet will be held this Friday and Saturday at Jesse Owens Stadium in Columbus.