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Locals Standout At Mehock Relays

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 4/20/2013

Several area athletes did well at the 81st running of the Mansfield Mehock Relays held Saturday at the Dwight Schar Athletic Complex at Ashland University.  In the field events Ontario's Eli Burdette took third in the shot put with a toss of 51'2 3/4", he was also fifth in the discus at 163'8".  Crestline's Amber Schreck was fifth in the pole vault and third in the 400 meters at 61.07.  In the girls long jump, Galion's Makaila Grimes was third at 15'5.5".  Also, Galion's Connor Kemp took third in the boy's pole vault at 13'.  Ontario's Kimmy Barnhill took fourth in the girls shot put at 35'1.5".  In the girls discus throw, Ashland's Mariah Mansperger took first with a toss of 117', the Tygers Mackenzie Williams fifth at 104'11".

In the boy's high jump Shelby's Cody Stine was fourth at 6'.  In the girls 4x100 meter relay (Symphony Cooke, Ciera Pugh, Chrystyn Jones, Jasmine Long) and 4x200 meter relay, (Cooke, Pugh, Jones, Long) Mansfield Senior took first in both 50.7 in the 4x100, 1:47.5 in the 4x200.  Pugh also won the girls 100 meter hurdles in 15.8.  Cooke and Long finished 3rd and 6th in the girls 100 meters in 12.9 and 13.01, and fourth and fifth in the girls 200 meters.  In the boy's 110 meter high hurdles, Col.Crawford's Keith Martin was second at 14.54. 

Shelby 4x800 meter relay team of Noah Hoffman, Seth Dorsey, Mitch Noel and Michael Gonzales took sixth in 8:35.9.  The Tyger boy's 4x100 meter relay team of Tyquan Vickers, Malon Samuel, Matt Robinson and Jakkar Bishop finished fourth at 44.1.  In the girls 400 meter's Loudonville's Sierra Wright was a winner at 60.3, while in the boy's 400 meters Lexington's Bryant Switzer was second at 49.7.  Switzer was also sixth in the 200 meters at 22.7. 

In the girls 300 meter hurdles the Tygers Jazzlyn Greene took fourth at 49.5, on the boys side Madison's  Frank Douglas was third at 39.6, while Andru Switzer of Lexington was fifth in 40.8.  Madison's 4x400 meter relay team of Kobi Johnson, Alex Smith, Ian McCulloch and Bryan Taylor was 6th in 3:38.5.

In the overall team standings, Lakewood St.Edward repeated as Mehock Relays champion on the boy's side with 87 points.  Cleveland Glenville was a distant second with 51.  The girls champion was Toledo Notre Dame Academy with 90 points, while second place went to Grosse Point South with 82.  The Mansfield Tyger girls were third with 54 points.  

   
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