Williamsburg’s boys easily won the A Classic Track and Field Division III championship. The event took place at Lockland High School.
The Wildcats tallied 124 points, Reading 74, Cincinnati Christian 71, Seven Hills 47, Lockland 40, Hillcrest 38, Cincinnati Hills Christian 30, New Miami 20, Shroder 17, and Miami Valley Christian 4.
Wildcat coach Chris Rolph pointed out his charges set 12 personal bests at the meet.
Victories achieved by the Blue and White were Mike McAfee in the 100-meters dash (11.40, tying the school record of Donald Wright established in 1989), 200 dash (23.40), and 400 dash (53.4), Jerrad Turner in the pole vault (11-feet), Alex Jenkins in the 110 high hurdles (16.67), DuSean Shelton in the 800 run (2:08), and the 1,600 relay of Jenkins, Shelton, Cody Watson, and McAfee (3:45).
Williamsburg's girls were third in the A Classic. Reading won with 138 points, Cincinnati Christian had 100, 'Burg 84, Lockland 58, Shroder 57, Cincinnati Hills Christian 54, Seven Hills 29, Miami Valley Christian 2, and New Miami 1.
Batavia hosted a home meet that was originally scheduled to be the Madeira Invitational, but with the Mustangs' track not being able to be used, Batavia volunteered to conduct the meet.
The Bulldog boys (Bat) won the gold by scoring 146 points, Mariemont (Mar) had 143, Madeira (Mad) 134, Deer Park (DP) 106, Miami Valley Christian (MVC) 5, and Oyler (Oy) 2.
Following are the results of each event including the winning distance or time.
Discus: Peter (Mad) 147-feet, 8-inches, Henkel (Mad), Josh Ison (Bat), Jacob Bradburn (Bat), Bowers (Mad), Gordon (Mar), Haar (DP), and Steele (DP). Shot put: Raming (Mad) 47-5, Woodhouse (Mad), Ison (Bat), Todd (DP), Bradburn (Bat), Gordon (Mar), Farmer (Oy), and Thomas (Mad).
High jump: Porst (Mar) 5-10, Laumann (Mad), Koepke (Mar), Schneller (Mad), Steven Franz (Bat), and Craig Teague (Bat). Long jump: Andrew Avery (Bat) 19-7, Long (Mar), Nick Eddelmon (Bat), Morgan (Mad), Laumann (Mad), Stephan Garber (Bat), Koepke (Mar), and Schneller (Mad).
100-meters dash: Avery (Bat) 11.17-seconds, Caleb Corrill (Bat), Egington (DP), Touch (DP), Calloway (Mar), Williams (Mar), Wallace (Mad), and Wagner (Mar). 200 dash: Jeff Weaver (Bat) 23.95, Hendricks (Mar), Cody Geer (Bat), Calloway (Mad), Egington (DP), Wallace (Mad), Touch (DP), and Budig (Mar). 400 dash: Long (Mar) 55.26, Hendricks (Mar), Mitchell (DP), Witham (DP), and Franz (Bat).
800 run: Porst (Mar) 2:07.22, Geittinger (Mad), Rogers (DP), Zach Mendenhall (Bat), Shaw (Mad), Mitchell (DP), and Phillips (DP). 1,600 run: Kauffman (Mar) 4:46.90, Nathan Braswell (Bat), Schlagbaum (Mad), Spurlock (MVC), Shearin (DP), Rogers (DP), Miller (Mad), and Mitchell (DP). 3,200 run: Kuck (Mar) 11:27.17, Braswell (Bat), Schlagbaum (Mad), Linne (Mad), and Phillips (DP).
100-meters high hurdles: Holsinger (DP) 17.92, Roberts (Mar), Morgan (Mad), Schneller (Mad), and Teague (Bat). 300 intermediate hurdles: Rogers (Mar) 46.26, Holsinger (DP), Roberts (Mar), and Teague (Bat).
400-meters relay: Batavia (Avery, Corrill, Geer, and Weaver) 47.49, Deer Park, and Mariemont. 800 relay: Batavia (Avery, Corrill, Geer, and Weaver) 1:37.93, 1,600 relay: Mariemont, Deer Park, Madeira, and Batavia (Braswell, Bradburn, Jared Burkhart, and Eddelmon). 3,200 relay: Mariemont 9:39.58, Madeira, Batavia (Franz, Garber, and Mendenhall -fourth runner not listed), and Deer Park.
Mariemont won the girls division with 192 points, Madeira had 116, Batavia 74, Deer Park 61, Miami Valley Christian 16, and Oyler 10.
Following are the results of each event.
Discus: Hyde (Mad) 76-1.75, Reuther (Mad), McAleer (DP), Carr (Mar), Shaya (MVC), Swortwood (Mad), and Megan McDonough (Bat). Shot put: Carr (Mar) 23-0.5, Reuther (Mad), Swortwood (Mad), Jones (Mad), and McAleer (DP).
High jump: Franke (Mar) 5-2, Fields (Mar), and Bishop (Oy). Long jump: Rich (Mar) 13-8, Howland (Mar), Noelle Eastham (Bat), Keys (Mad), Jackson (Mad), McPherson (Mad), and Wofford (Oy).
100 dash: Howland (Mar) 12.95, Courtney Chavies (Bat), Jackson (Mar), Brock (Mad), Keys (Mad), Ashleigh Henson (Bat), Disse (MVC), and Bechmann (DP). 200 dash: Howland (Mar) 26.83, Fields (Mar), Chavies (Bat), Keys (Mad), Swary (Mad), Jaclyn Crouch (Bat), Bishop (Oy), and Disse (MVC). 400 dash: Dillman (Mar) 1:04.02, Zulia (Mar), Crouch (Bat), Hesketh (Mad), Fumarola (DP), and Marker (DP).
800 run: Kauffman (Mar) 2:47.87, Petry (DP), Blackwelder (Mad), Billingsley (DP), Gibbons (DP), and Jessie North (Bat). 1,600 run: Weber (Mar) 5:51.92, Phelps (Mad), Blackwelder (Mad), Arkfeld (Mad), Billingsley (DP), Ashley Erazo (Bat), and Powell (DP). 3,200 run: Lora Faris (Bat) 14:53.02 and Kelly Brock (DP).
100 high hurdles: Fields (Mar) 17:12, Chavies (Bat), Franke (Mar), Shaya (MVC), and Disse (MVC). 300 low hurdles: Gordon (Mar) 55.57, Helmrich (Mar), and Faris (Bat).
400 relay: Mariemont 53.72. 800 relay: Mariemont 2:00.66. 1,600 relay: Mariemont 4:41.68, Madeira, and Deer Park. 3,200 relay: Batavia (Faris, no other names listed) 11:14.87, Madeira, Deer Park, and Mariemont.
Williamsburg's boys turned in a very respectable showing at the Come Run Invitational that took place at Lockland High School. Despite missing eight team members due to jobs and spring break, the Wildcats scored 37 points. Cincinnati Christian was the winner with 39 points, the host Panthers had 26, Hillcrest 24, and Clark Montessori 16.
The winning Wildcats were DuSean Shelton in the 400-meters (55.1-seconds) and high jump (5-feet, 8-inches), Kyle Moore in the discus (118-8) and shot put (39-9) and, Jerrad Turner in the pole vault (8-0).
The 'Burg runners-up were Ben Meisberger in the pole vault, Alex Jenkins in the 300-meters intermediate hurdles, the 3,200 relay of Allen Schweickart, Jack Corcoran, Mike Reed, and Shelton and the 1,600 relay of Jenkins, Jacob Morgan, Meisberger, and Shelton.
The 'Cats also competed in a relay meet that took place at Ryle (Ky.) High School. The 'Cats won the 1,600 relay (Jenkins, Shelton, Watson, and McAfee) 3:42, were second in the sprint medley (Jesse Graham, Meisberger, Morgan, and McAfee), and third in the high jump (Morgan and Shelton).
Williamsburg's girls finished third. Cincinnati Christian won with 66 points, Lockland had 38, the Wildcats 23, and Clark Montessori 19. Darci Little earned two first places for the Blue and White in the discus (79-0) and the shot put (27-4).
Bethel-Tate's boys competed in the Cincinnati Country Day Invitational. Madeira was the victor with 106 points, Clark Montessori had 86, Cincinnati Christian 81, the host Indians 75, Bethel-Tate 63, Cincinnati Hills Christian 33, New Miami 18, and St. Bernard 13.
The Tigers' Cory Roberts was victorious in the 300-meters intermediate hurdles (41.8).
Batavia's boys competed in a quad meet at Finneytown . The host Wildcats tallied 89 points, Ross 74, Reading 61, and the Bulldogs 40.
Andrew Avery recorded a first place for the Green and White in the long jump (20-3.5).
Batavia's girls also competed at Finneytown. The final score was Ross 107, Reading 66, Finneytown 40, and the Bulldogs 18.