The Benjamin Logan Invitational was held Friday night at the Raiders’ track (pictured left).
On the girls’ side, fourth place Bellefontaine was the highest scoring of the county teams at 81 points followed by Benjamin Logan in fifth place at 65 points and Indian Lake in sixth with 42 points.
Overall, 12 teams competed in the invite.
The following Lady Raiders helped scoring:
High Jump: First – Alex Thompson (5’ 02”), Eighth – Coreen Crosby (4’ 06”)
Long Jump: Second – Coreen Crosby (15’ 04”), Fourth – Taylor Rose (15’ 00.50”)
Shot Put: Fourth – Jennifer Poling (33’ 08”)
3200 Relay: Fifth – (11:31.31) Ashley Gearheart, Jackie Melvin, Caitie Johnson, and Julie Melvin
100 High Hurdles: Third – Aly Brose (17.28)
800 Relay: Fifth – (1:57.62) Lauren Oglesbee, Alex Thompson, Coreen Crosby, and Brianne Bowers
400 Relay: Fifth - Lauren Oglesbee, Jennifer Poling, Alex Thompson, Hailey Lockwood
400 Dash: Fourth – Coreen Crosby (1:06.38)
300 Low Hurdles: Third – Aly Brose (52.30), Fifth – Allie Wilson (54.20)
800 Run: Seventh – Ashley Gearheart (2:47.72)
1600 Relay: Eighth – (4:50.81) Ashley Gearheart, Jackie Melvin, Hailey Lockwood, Allie Wilson
The Raiders will compete at Indian Lake on Tuesday.
(Pictured right: Jazmyn Haley prepares to throw discus at the Benjamin Logan Invitational.)
In Jr. High results, the West Liberty-Salem girls came in a close second at their BOSS Invitational Saturday, racking up 110 points compared to Bellefontaine’s 112. Anna had 86, Meadowdale 63, Mechanicsburg 46.5, Waynesfield Goshen 30, and Urbana 17.
With a new meet and stadium Jr. High record of 4:28.9, the 4x400 team of Reghan Bieleski, Kennedie Cox, Janie Kopus, and Taylor Lauck finished first.
Also scoring first for the Tiger girls were the following athletes:
Janie Kopus in high jump
Reghan Bieleski in the 800 meters and the 1600 meters
The 4x100 relay of Rachel McGill, Laine Godwin, Hailey Duncun, and Kennedie Cox
The 4x200 of Rachel McGill, Addy Johnson, Hailey Duncun, and Kaeley Lattimer
Laine Godwin took second place in the 110 hurdles.
The Tiger boys came in fifth, beating Urbana and Mechanicsburg.
Taking first included Trevor Burden in the discus, Levi Moell in the 110 hurdles and the 200 hurdles, and Nick Williams in the 1600 meters.