List of Ohio High School Athletic Association championships - Wikipedia
OHSAA State Track and Field Championship. Jun 6, Jun 7, Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. Columbus, OH. Timing/Results FinishTiming. Ohio High School Indoor Track & Field. Season: Indoor. Outdoor: · · · · · · · · · · · . COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Here is the boys and girls track and field results through the first day at the OHSAA state meet. Boys. DIVISION I.
He's running with a chip on his shoulder after his 4x relay was disqualified at the Lakewood district. Bolden has been Mr. Consistency for the Comets all season, winning the event eight times, including big victories at Medina and last week's Austintown regional. If anybody deserves to win, it's Bolden, who has worked hard since last season when he was a self-described "skinny kid who just ran relays.
Bolden has the best chance among locals to upset Gray, a junior who has six wins including the Wayne Invitational and Hilliard Davidson Wildcat Premier.
Track and field results from Day One at OHSAA state meet - schizofrenia.info
Gray has run sub second times in every final this season dating back to early April. Robertson had not run an open this season until he won last month's Southwestern Conference championship meet. Coach Ryan Nigro said the Titans would look to get Robertson through to the state meet in the event if he continued to improve on his winning SWC time of He was third to Thomas Gray and Casey Lenfest of Granville But Bolden is built for the curve.
An upright runner with a long torso and fantastic glide, the senior looks like a smaller version of sprint legend Michael Johnson when he rounds into the straightaway. Bolden's personal best of Zack Lake, Coventry, Jalen Wells, Thomas Worthington, This is Gray's race, having won the event seven times this season.
Nobody in Ohio had run a sub second all year until Gray did so at the Pickerington regional last week. Lake will run next to Gray in the first semifinal heat on Friday. Garrett Crichlow, Twinsburg, 1: Stephen Sparks, Lancaster, 1: Sparks was fourth at last year's state meet in 1: His regional-winning time was the first sub 1: Crichlow won the at the Optimist Meet and ran a personal-best at last week's Austintown regional. Wagner was 16th at the state meet last season as a freshman.
Last week he ran a personal-best 4: Blank is the only runner to beat Wagner in the 1, this season, doing so at the Euclid Relays.
Hall, a senior, was second in the event last year, while Blank finished third and Crichlow fourth. Crichlow ran a personal-best 4: Nicholas Elswick, Chardon, 8: Elswick was second in the event at last year's state meet and has not lost a 3, this season. The field is loaded with returning state placers, including Mark Hadley of Boardman 9: Davon Anderson, Glenville, Hickman, Clayton Northmont, Anderson, a transfer South Carolina where he won a hurdles state title inhas owned the race in Ohio, finishing second only once to Wasik at the Mansfield Mehock Relays and posting a personal-best He's built for this race, with a low, quick approach to each hurdle and the foot speed to make up for any mistakes.
Wasik is undefeated in both hurdle events insetting up a potentially explosive final that could include Gomes, who finished fourth in the state last year Hickman of Clayton Northmont eighth, Dublin Jerome 5; 5. Olentangy Liberty 4; 6. Xavier Hall, Eagan, Stifel, Vitucci 7: Norwalk Lee, Foos, Landis, Howell 7: Mason Valentine, Clark, Grismer, Thompson 7: Centerville Andreason, Larkin, Hughes, Maupin 7: John, Maraldo, Will, White 7: Gallia Academy 10; 2.
Genoa Area 10; 2.
Ashtabula Edgewood 8; 6. Caledonia River Valley 8; 6. Milan Edison 8; 6. Lake Catholic 6; Chaminade Julienne 4; Chagrin Falls 4; Clear Fork 3; Tuscarawas Valley 2; Vinton County 2; Purcell Martin 1; Fairfield Union 1; Marengo Highland 1; Bryer Genoa ; 2. Fitchett Ashtabula Edgewood Jones Hubbard ; 5. Jackson Cleark Fork Windegardner Fairfield Union Allison Gallia Academy Cushler Milan Edison McKinney Chaminade Julienne Barney Vinton County Knox Purcell Marian Gorski Ostego ; 2.
Fox Cambridge ; 3. Ludwig Lake Catholic ; 4. Martin Caledonia River Valley ; 5. Fraker Delta ; 6. Waterman Caledonia River Valley ; 7. Watson Tuscarawas Valley ; 8. Morris Norwayne ; 8.
Eastwood Fredericks, Baugher, Smith, Hoodlebrink 7: Dunbar Ellis, Thomas, Peebles, Bell 8: Carroll Pavliga, Peters, Sample, Brunsman 8: Lima Central Catholic 18; 2. Gilmour Academy 17; 3. Lehman Catholic 11; 5. Columbus Academy 11; 8. Liberty Center 10; 8. Newton Falls 10; 8.
Ashland Crestview 8; Seneca East 8; Tuscarawas Central Catholic 6; Patrick Henry 6; Old Fort 5; Grandview Heights 4; South Central 2; Columbus Grove 2; New London 1; Palo Newton Falls ; 2.
Montgomery Lehman Catholic ; 3.
Myers Patrick Henry ; 4. Pop Maplewood ; 5. Neeley Ursuline ; 6.
Track and field results from Day One at 2014 OHSAA state meet
Huber Waynesfield-Goshen ; 7. Kinney South Central ; 8. Logan New London Demaline Liberty Center Wright Gilmour Academy Varner Grandview Heights ; 6.
Montgomery Lehman Catholic ; 7. Goble Carey ; 8. Adkins Dawson-Bryant ; 2.
List of Ohio High School Athletic Association championships
Olewiler Ashland Crestview ; 3. Garver Liberty-Benton ; 4. Donohoe Triad ; 5. Lament Waynesfield-Goshen ; 6. Seitz McDonald ; 7. Harvey Mechanicsburg ; 8.