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Warriors Open Track Season

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  Original Published: 3/28/2014After being one of the top dogs in track and field in the North Central Conference, the Ontario track and field team will open their season on Saturday at the Lexington Relays as a member of the Northern Ohio League. Ontario coach Mike Lyons says his boys team should be strong in the sprints, hurdles and throwing events, but he says he is a little thin when it comes to distance. As it is, the Warriors return four athletes who advanced to state competition last spring in 3,200 meter runner Brett Cortelletti(11th at state 9:52.9), 200 meter dash runner Cam Mack(7th at state 22.67), 300 meter hurdler Lenell Shelby(8th at state 39.48) and shot putter Bronson Krull(13th at state 50'3.5"). On the girls side, Lyons comments it will be a work in progress saying the team was hit hard by graduation losing nine athletes but he hopes the potential he sees with both the girls and boys comes to fruition as the weather warms.
   
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