WL-S boys place 3rd at Marion Local Relays


MARIA STEIN – The West Liberty-Salem boys track squad placed third at the eight-team Marion Local Flyer Relays Thursday night.

Marion Local was first with 153 points, Coldwater was second with 103 and WL-S was third with 77.

Placing second for the Tigers were Underclassman 800 Sprint Medley (1:43.83)-Kidd, Sidders, Myers, Louden, Varsity 800 Sprint Medley (1:40.62)-Steider, Sidders, Louden, Tr. Bradley, 1,600 Sprint Medley (3:57.35)- Q. Rudolph, Lauck, Louden Tr. Bradley and 3,200 Distance Medley (7:40.05)-Rudolph, Lauck, Carter, Knox.

Placing third were Jack Bahan 100 (11.24), Asher Knox 1,600 (4:36.07), 4×100 relay (44.78)-Henderson, Bahan, Myers, Steider and 4×200 relay (1:35.12)-Henderson, Bahan, Myers, Tr. Bradley.

JH track

On Saturday, the WL-S junior high track teams participated at the Beavercreek Invitational.

The WL-S boys team was 3rd out of 20 teams and the girls team tied for 7th out of 23 teams.

For the Tiger girls, Addi Wallen was second in the 1,600 (5:50.69) and placing first for the boys were Adly Knox, Brayan Gullett, Zeke Longshore, Asher Cole in the 4×800 relay (9:10.24), Asher Cole in the 1,600 (4:49.13) and Adly Knox in the 800 (2:14.21).

Stapleton shines

West Liberty-Salem graduate Katelyn Stapleton won the 800-meter run (2:17.80) at the recent All-Ohio Track and Field college meet in Delaware, Ohio. Stapleton, a junior for Ohio Wesleyan University, also earned All-Ohio honors as part of the Battling Bishops’ 1,600-meter relay team.

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