Milford and Glen Este track teams get out of the gates this week

April 6th, 2012    Author: Chris Chaney    Filed Under: Sports

Milford’s Savanna Termuhlen won two events.

The Milford and Glen Este track teams started off their seasons last week with the Come and Run on March 24 and the Fort Ancient Valley Relays on March 30.

The Milford girls’ track team took home the Come and Run on Saturday, taking down Turpin, Anderson and Glen Este, in the order.

On the boys’ side, Turpin won the Come and Run followed by Anderson, Milford and Glen Este.

The Milford boys did have a couple event winners at the Come and Run in Wyatt Gemmer and Mike George.

Gemmer took home the 200-meter dash as well as the long jump. He ran the 200 in 23.32 seconds and jumped 17-feet-5 inches.

George took home first place in the pole vault, notching a high of 10-feet-6 inches.

Glen Este didn’t have any first place finishers for the boys at the Come and Run.

For the girls at the Come and Run, Milford edged Turpin by a score of 87-82 with Anderson (43) and Glen Este (38) bringing up the rear.

The Milford girls did very well, winning six events. Glen Este also had some success in the field events, taking first in the shot put and pole vault.

Milford’s senior Savanna Termuhlen led the way for the Lady Eagles winning the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.94 seconds, seven tenths of a second slower than the school record she set last year. Termuhlen, who will attend Wright State next year, also won the 200-meter dash with a time of 27.25 seconds.

Miranda Sheaffer won the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 18.28 for the Lady Eagles. Sheaffer also won the high jump with a top jump of 4-feet-10 inches. Nicole Morris won the 400-meter dash with a time of 1:05.61 and Julia Bugajski won the discus with a long throw of 78-feet-1 inch.

In the FAVC Relays which took place on Friday, the 30th, the Milford boys’ team came in fourth place behind Mount Healthy, Turpin and Kings. Glen Este finished in 11th place.

Milford’s relay teams won both the discus and shot put events, while Glen Este was unable to secure a first-place finish in any event. The Eagles threw the discus for a combined 236-feet-2 inches and the shot put for 87-feet-8 inches.

The girls’ side of the FAVC Relays saw the Lady Eagles finish in second place behind Walnut Hills. Glen Este finished 12th.

The Lady Eagles finished second in the four-by-800-meter relay with a time of 10:27.30 and they came in third in the 800-meter sprint medley relay with a time of 2:04.50.

Milford will be back in action on Wednesday and Thursday, April 4 and 5 at the New Richmond Invitational.

Glen Este will be taking part in the Coaches Classic on Wednesday, April 4.

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