By AMY M. CARLES
Vacations are a much-deserved treat, and are necessary for health and emotional well being. However, they can be quite costly and they can put you in debt.
Do not let the idea, “We deserve it!” set you back financially. There are ways to enjoy a vacation on a budget.
Start by planning your trip. If you plan early enough, you can set up a vacation savings account to pay for it.
Setting up an automatic deposit each month is more effective than putting money in a jar, plus it will earn you a little interest. It also helps you avoid dipping into your vacation fund.
Planning early can also often save you money on travel. However, you can often find last-minute deals if you can be flexible when and where you go.
Create a vacation spending plan. Determine where you are going, how you will get there, what you will do there, and what you will need to take with you.
You should also create a daily budget for food, drinks, activities, souvenirs and shopping.
Make a list of people you want to buy for and set a spending limit. Before buying souvenirs, ask yourself if you really need another trinket you will not use.
Would a photo of a landmark or tourist attraction be just as good? Consider purchasing souvenirs to use every day.
Be careful not to underestimate vacation expenses, and build in a cushion for the unexpected.
Travel during the off-season, take your own food, and eat large meals at lunch or breakfast to save money on meals. Look for packaged, all-inclusive deals and coupons.
Consider staying with friends and family. But, if you do, make sure you do not overstay your welcome, and give a nice gift to say thank you for the hospitality.
Pack light to save money on baggage fees. However, packing all you need may avoid expenses when you arrive at your travel destination and cost you less in the long run.
The weather may not be what you expect. Pack with this in mind by packing clothes that are versatile and easily layered, and do not forget a jacket and umbrella.
Alert your bank and credit card companies of your travel plans, especially if leaving the state or country. Otherwise, you may discover your ATM card or credit card shut down because the bank believes it to be stolen.
If you are going to use a credit card for your trip, make sure you can pay it off to avoid going into debt. Putting a vacation on credit is not a good idea.
The debt will make the vacation more expensive and create stress that takes the fun of your vacation. Taking out a home equity loan for a vacation is considered bad debt, and could put your house at risk.
If the only way you can have a vacation is to charge it, consider a “staycation” instead, then start planning and saving for a vacation later.
If you need help, Hancock Saves can help at www.hancocksaves.org.
Carles is with the Ohio State University Extension, Hancock County, and program coordinator for Hancock Saves.

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BUCYRUS — It was a solid day Saturday for Upper Sandusky’s boys tennis team as the Rams claimed four championships and a runner-up at the North Central Conference tournament at Bucyrus High School.
The Rams swept the Nos. 2 and 3 singles spots and both doubles draws. Evan Sheck, at No. 2 singles, defeated Crestline’s Cody Taylor 6-0, 6-0 in the semis before beating Dalon King of Bucyrus 6-2, 6-0 in the final.
At No. 3 singles, Seth Frey downed Crestline’s Jacob Martin 6-0, 6-0 in the semis and defeated Galion’s Caleb Ivy 6-2, 6-0 in the final.
Danial Malsbarger and Aaron Pirc beat Crestline’s Blake Miller and Hunter Music 6-0, 6-0 in the semifinals at No. 1 doubles, and topped Bucyrus’ Greg Patrick and D.J. Dagher 6-1, 6-1 in the final.
At No. 2 doubles, Drew Barth and Noah Frey got a bye into the final, where they beat Galion’s Alex Barker and Nic Oehler 6-1, 6-2.
Upper’s Seth Sprang topped Galion’s Sam Maddox 6-0, 6-0 in the semis at No. 1 singles, and fell 6-4, 6-4 to Mark Musick of Bucyrus in the final.

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The Fostoria Redmen celebrate Saturday after Chris Hampton's homer in the bottom of the seventh gave the Redmen a 4-3 win over Upper Sandusky in a Division II sectional semifinal game. (Photo by Mathias Leguire)

The Fostoria Redmen celebrate Saturday after Chris Hampton’s homer in the bottom of the seventh gave the Redmen a 4-3 win over Upper Sandusky in a Division II sectional semifinal game. (Photo by Mathias Leguire)

FOSTORIA — Chris Hampton hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the seventh inning as Fostoria rallied for three runs in the final frame to drop Upper Sandusky 4-3 in a Division II sectional semifinal on Saturday.
The Redmen (15-7) advance to the sectional final at Wapakoneta (16-8) on Thursday at 5 p.m.
Hampton also singled and drove in all four runs for Fostoria. Lance Smith notched a pair of singles as well.
Cody Gabriel, who picked up the loss on the mound, hit a solo home run and Carson Mittermaier doubled twice and drove in a pair of runs for the Rams (14-8).

Upper Sandusky 001 000 2 — 3 6 0
Fostoria 001 000 3 — 4 8 2
WP — Yates. LP — Gabriel. top hitters: (US) Gabriel HR; Mittermaier 2-2B, 2 RBI. (Fos) Smith 2-1B; Hampton HR, 1B, 4 RBI; Jackson 2B.
records: Upper Sandusky 14-8; Fostoria 15-7.

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BLUFFTON — Chris McClain fired a three-hit shutout Saturday as Bluffton defeated Allen East 3-0 in a Division III sectional semifinal at Bluffton.
The Pirates (11-8) play at Ottawa-Glandorf (17-4) at 5 p.m. Thursday in a sectional final.
Bluffton also had just three hits in the game, but the Pirates made them count with a three-run fourth inning. Trent Phillips reached on an error to start the frame, and Brett Rumer, Drake Luginbuhl and Braden Skilliter all had base hits.
McClain struck out two and walked four, and Bluffton’s defense backed him up with a pair of double plays.

Allen East 000 000 0 — 0 3 2
Bluffton 000 300 x — 3 3 0
WP — McClain. LP — Goodwin. top hitters: (AE) Stippich 1B; Ketchum 1B; Lawrence 1B. (Blu) Rumer 1B; Luginbuhl 1B; Skilliter 1B.
records: Allen East 13-11, Bluffton 11-8.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 9
COLONEL CRAWFORD 2
BASCOM — All nine Hopewell-Loudon starters had at least one base hit and all nine scored a run Saturday as the Chieftains romped past Colonel Crawford 9-2 in a Division III sectional semifinal at Hopewell-Loudon.
The Chieftains (15-8) advance to Wednesday’s 5 p.m. sectional final against HURON/WESTERN RESERVE WINNER at a site to be determined.
Garret Sendelbach singled, doubled, drove in two runs and picked up the win on the mound with 11 strikeouts. Sendelbach allowed just two hits and one earned run.
Bryan Scherger and Jordan Steward had two RBIs each for Hopewell-Loudon. Tyler Imes had three singles and an RBI.
Connor McCreary had two RBIs for Colonel Crawford (7-14).

Colonel Crawford 000 020 0 — 2 2 0
Hopewell-Loudon 106 020 x — 9 13 0
WP — Sendelbach (6-3). LP — Burkhart. top hitters: (CC) McCreary 1B, 2-RBI. (H-L) Sendelbach 1B, 2B, 2-RBI; Depinet 2-1B; Imes 3-1B, RBI; Stewart 2-1B, 2-RBI.
records: Colonel Crawford 7-14, Hopewell-Loudon 15-8.

PARKWAY 8
VAN BUREN 0
VAN BUREN — Austin Adams scattered six hits over seven innings, while striking out three and not issuing a walk, and added a triple and three RBIs at the plate as Parkway blanked Van Buren 8-0 in a Division III sectional semifinal on Saturday.
Parkway advances to the sectional final at Liberty-Benton (19-3) on Thursday at 5 p.m.
Wyatt Felver doubled, singled twice and drove in a run, Austin Dennison tallied a double and an RBI, while Cody Depweg and Brandon Gibson each finished with a single and an RBI for the Panthers.
Jameson Jacobs recorded two of the six singles by the Black Knights (12-8).

Parkway 104 010 2 — 8 10 1
Van Buren 000 000 0 — 0 6 2
WP — Adams. LP — Turner. top hitters: (Pwy) Depweg 1B, RBI; Riley 2-1B; Adams 3B, 2 RBI; Felver 2-1B, 2B, RBI; Dennison 2B, RBI; Gibson 1B, RBI. (VB) Jacobs 2-1B.
records: Van Buren 12-8.

VAN WERT 9
RIVERDALE 0
VAN WERT — Four runs in the first inning put Van Wert well on its way Saturday and the Cougars shut out Riverdale 9-0 in a Division III sectional semifinal at Van Wert.
Van Wert will play at St. Henry at 5 p.m. Wednesday in a sectional final.
Evan McKee and Tristan Davis each had singles to account for all the offense for the Falcons (4-16).
Ethan Williams had two singles and two RBIs, and Justice Tussing a double and an RBI for Van Wert.

Riverdale 000 000 0 — 0 2 5
Van Wert 400 500 x — 9 8 0
WP — Henry. LP — Loveridge. top hitters: (Riv) McKee 1B; Davis 1B. (VW) Williams 2-1B, 2-RBI; Tussing 2B, RBI.
records: Riverdale 4-16.

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By MICHAEL BURWELL
Staff Writer
OTTAWA — Ottawa-Glandorf’s baseball team has had its share of exciting one-run games this season, and Saturday’s 1-0 win over Lima Central Catholic in a Division III sectional semifinal was no different.
But it was the way that the Titans ended the game and how they regrouped after a scary collision knocked starting pitcher Tanner Schimmoeller out of the game that showed Ottawa-Glandorf’s mettle.
With two outs in the top of the seventh inning and O-G leading 1-0, Titans’ center fielder Tyler Zender threw out Luke Baumgartner at home plate to end the game.
Down to their final out, the Thunderbirds stayed alive when Baumgartner reached first base after O-G shortstop Brad Croy bobbled a groundball. The next batter, Drew Jennings, ripped a single to center field on an 0-2 count to advance Baumgartner to second base.
As Liam Stolly roped a line-drive to center field, Zender planned his game-winning throw to catcher Ben Dietering perfectly.
“It was a line drive right at me. I probably could have dove at that one, too, but I saw their coach was waving the guy around third,” Zender, who also made a diving catch in the fourth inning, said. “So I was like, ‘I’m going to set up and throw a ball right on the money’ and Ben (Dietering) was there, made a nice play, blocked the plate and it was a great tag on his part.”
O-G (17-4), a No. 4 district seed, will host sixth-seeded Bluffton, which knocked off Allen East 3-0 on Saturday, at 5 p.m. Thursday in a sectional final.
LCC (10-14) still has three regular-season games left, but the postseason run is over.
The win for the Titans, however, came with a potentially costly price.
In the fifth inning, Baumgartner hit a short pop-up in the infield between Schimmoeller and first-baseman Andrew Wischmeyer, and both players collided.
It appeared that Schimmoeller, a 6-foot-6 senior who will pitch for the University of Cincinnati next season, took a knee to the head. Both players were down for about a minute, and Wischmeyer was able to get up on his own. Schimmoeller stayed down.
LCC and O-G trainers and several players helped Schimmoeller get to his feet, but he fell right back down and, after a few more minutes, was helped off the field.
O-G head coach Nick Miller said that Schimmoeller had “more than likely a concussion.”
“Nobody likes to see that on the field there, and it affected both teams there, but we still had a game to play and Matt (Warnecke) came in and threw strikes, got out of the inning, got us back in the dugout where we collected our thoughts a little bit and found a way to finish the game,” Miller said.
Schimmoeller (3-1) picked up the win, pitching 41/3 innings and allowing no runs on no hits while striking out five batters and walking one.
Warnecke, another senior pitcher who’s had success for the Titans this season (5-2 record, 1.11 ERA), picked up right where Schimmoeller left off.
He struck out Jennings on four pitches and forced a groundout by Liam Stolly to get out of the inning. Overall, Warnecke pitched the rest of the game, allowing four hits with two strikeouts and no walks.
“You got to give Warnecke credit, too,” LCC head coach John Schneiders said. “Here’s a kid who’s pitched against us for a couple years in the tournament and not had a whole lot of good fortune against us, and he comes in and in a really difficult position and became that senior leader that they really needed.
“When you looked at the body language of those O-G kids after watching their guy go down, he did a great job of stepping in and immediately continuing the momentum that they had.”
The lone run in the game came in the third inning from an RBI-single to left field from Austin Williams. Croy ripped a one-out single to center field, stole second base and advanced to third two pitches later on a passed ball, and scored on Williams’ hit.
LCC’s Colin Stolly was saddled with the loss, pitching six innings and allowing a run on four hits. He had six strikouts, no walks and didn’t allow a hit after Williams’ third-inning hit.
Both coaches said the game played out exactly like they thought it would, with dominant pitching.
“Like we told our kids, this is not a typical opening round of the tournament game,” Miller said. “These two teams, when we get together, it’s always a battle, and luckily we were on the right side of this.
“All three pitchers commanded the strike zone very well. Colin, with his assortment of breaking pitches and changeup, was very tough…He really limited us, he did a heck of a job.”

Lima Central Catholic 000 000 0 — 0 4 0 Ottawa-Glandorf 001 000 x — 1 4 1
WP — Schimmoeller (3-1). LP — C. Stolly. SV — Warnecke. top hitters: (LCC) Jennings, Romer & L. Stolly 1B. (O-G) Williams 1B, RBI.
records: Lima Central Catholic 10-14, Ottawa-Glandorf 17-4.
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LIMA — Ottawa-Glandorf got runner-up finishes at No. 1 and No. 3 singles Saturday to place third at the Western Buckeye League tournament at the University of Northwestern Ohio.
The Titans scored 32 points in the tourney and finished behind Lima Shawnee (54) and Celina (46).
Coupled with its third-place finish in the regular season standings, O-G placed third in the final WBL standings. Lima Shawnee and regular season champ Celina shared the final league crown.
O-G’s Alex Schroeder, at No. 1 singles, downed Wapakoneta’s Drew Wayman 6-0, 6-1 in the quarterfinals and Van Wert’s Lane Mansfield 5-7, 7-6 (2), 6-1 in the semis. Lima Shawnee’s Jason Barton defeated Schroeder 6-2, 0-6, 6-0 in the final.
The Titans’ John Schroeder beat Celina’s Nathan Lutz 1-6, 6-0, 6-1 in the quarters at No. 3 singles, and defeated St. Mary’s Justin Nedderman 2-6, 6-3, 6-1 in the semis. Lima Shawnee’s Ruthvik Avvari won the title match 6-2, 6-1.
Brandon Hempfling placed third for O-G at No. 2 singles. He beat Van Wert’s Eric Yeung 4-6, 6-2, 6-4 in the quarters, fell to Celina’s Alex Siebel 6-0, 6-0 in the semis and rebounded to defeat Kenton’s Jake Abbott 6-2, 6-1.
The Titans placed eighth at No. 1 double and sixth at No. 2 doubles.

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The Fostoria Redmen celebrate Saturday after Chris Hampton's homer in the bottom of the seventh gave the Redmen a 4-3 win over Upper Sandusky in a Division II sectional semifinal game. (Photo by Mathias Leguire)

The Fostoria Redmen celebrate Saturday after Chris Hampton’s homer in the bottom of the seventh gave the Redmen a 4-3 win over Upper Sandusky in a Division II sectional semifinal game. (Photo by Mathias Leguire)

FOSTORIA — Chris Hampton hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the seventh inning as Fostoria rallied for three runs in the final frame to drop Upper Sandusky 4-3 in a Division II sectional semifinal on Saturday.
The Redmen (15-7) advance to the sectional final at Wapakoneta (16-8) on Thursday at 5 p.m.
Hampton also singled and drove in all four runs for Fostoria. Lance Smith notched a pair of singles as well.
Cody Gabriel, who picked up the loss on the mound, hit a solo home run and Carson Mittermaier doubled twice and drove in a pair of runs for the Rams (14-8).

Upper Sandusky 001 000 2 — 3 6 0
Fostoria 001 000 3 — 4 8 2
WP — Yates. LP — Gabriel. top hitters: (US) Gabriel HR; Mittermaier 2-2B, 2 RBI. (Fos) Smith 2-1B; Hampton HR, 1B, 4 RBI; Jackson 2B.
records: Upper Sandusky 14-8; Fostoria 15-7.

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By MICHAEL BURWELL
Staff Writer
OTTAWA — It’s been an emotional season for the Ottawa-Glandorf baseball team.
From a heartbreaking 2-1 loss in 12 innings at the hands of baseball-powerhouse Defiance, to a walk-off RBI single to edge Wapakoneta 8-7 in eight innings a week later after trailing 7-1 entering the bottom of the sixth, the Titans have had their highs and lows.
But along with the sadness and triumph of those games, O-G also earned a sense of pride this season by becoming the first baseball team in school history to win the outright Western Buckeye League title.
In 47 years of WBL play before this season, the Titans (16-4, 8-1 WBL) earned a share of the 1982 WBL title with Defiance and the 1980 crown with St. Mary’s Memorial and Delphos St. John’s.
This year, they have the title all to themselves.
“It’s a surreal feeling,” O-G senior pitcher and third-baseman Matt Warnecke said. “I don’t think it’s still kicked in yet.
“It’s so crazy to think that we’re going to be remembered in history as the only team to ever win it all. It feels amazing.”
O-G has won 10 of its last 11 games, with the lone loss being to Defiance on April 25. The Titans had several chances to end the Bulldogs’ 71-game WBL winning streak, which was ended by Wapakoneta four days later, but they couldn’t pull it off.
A week later against Wapakoneta, however, with both teams at one loss in the league and Defiance picking up its’ second league loss, 7-3 to St. Marys Memorial, earlier in the night, O-G clinched at least a share of the WBL title. Tanner Schimmoeller ripped a walk-off RBI single up the middle to give the Titans the 8-7 win against the Redskins.
“It’s tough to talk about the Defiance game,” Warnecke said. “We had them, and just so much emotion was built up and then losing it. Just the feeling of anger and depression, it all kicked in at the same time.
“Then the Wapak game was crazy after the win. That was probably the greatest I’ve ever felt after a game.”
With Warnecke’s complete-game shutout in O-G’s 4-0 win over Elida on Tuesday, the Titans clinched the outright WBL title.
“The kids were extremely happy, and we preached ‘we don’t want to share this thing with two other teams or three other teams, let’s get this done all by ourselves,’” O-G head coach Nick Miller said. “And the kids responded, and there’s just no way that Elida was going to beat us. Going in, we had the right mindset, had a great pitching performance by Matt Warnecke, and we got some timely hits there to break it open.”
By earning the WBL title, the Titans’ chemistry on the field is clicking and their confidence level is high, with five seniors, seven juniors and two sophomores making up the roster.
“We have great camaraderie,” O-G senior outfielder Tyler Zender said. “We play relaxed, we enjoy being around each other and I think that helps us on the field. You know you want to win for the guy playing next to you and have that kind of mentality, and we have fun doing it.”
Pitching and defense has been the recipe for O-G’s success this season. The Titans’ three-man starting rotation of Schimmoeller (2-1 record, 1.98 ERA), Warnecke (5-2, 1.11) and Brad Croy (4-0, 2.26) have been dominant on the mound.
“Tanner sets the tone for us. He’s thrown a lot of big games for us,” Miller said. “Then you have Matt that’s thrown some big games and Brad Croy that’s undefeated this year.
“All three, when we send them out on the mound, we expect to win or at least be in a position to win, and they’ve done that on every start and hopefully that will continue for the rest of the year.”
Schimmoeller, who will pitch for the University of Cincinnati next year, has thrown in 351/3 innings this season while striking out 35 batters. Warnecke has pitched 372/3 innings with 28 strikeouts, and Croy has been on the mound for more than 21 innings. Along with those three, Ryan Maas (2-1, 3.00) threw a five-inning perfect game against Continental on Monday.
As good as the Titans’ pitching has been this season, the hitting has equally struggled. Only three players, Zender (.359 batting average), Croy (.339), and Warnecke (.327), are batting over .300.
“Our bats, they just haven’t been there this year, but we’ve won our games on pitching and defense and like we’ve said, we can win a lot of games that way if you don’t give teams extra outs and you’re throwing strikes,” Miller said.
Whether it’s holding on or coming back to win, the Titans have had several close calls. Nearly half of O-G’s games have been decided by one run, and they’ve come out on top six times.
“There’s just been no quit in those guys,” Miller said. “They’ve battled until the last pitch in every game and this year, we’ve been fortunate on a lot of close games this year of winning some late games.”
O-G, a fourth seed in Division-III, will open the Ohio High School Athletic Association baseball tournament today at home against Lima Central Catholic at noon. The Ada district has several tough teams, including No. 1 seed and five-time state champion Coldwater (20-3), followed by St. Henry (20-2) and Liberty-Benton (19-3).
“The WBL title really gave us a ton of confidence going into tournament, but we also know that people aren’t going to back down for WBL champs,” Zender said. “You have to earn it, and we have a tough district with Coldwater, St. Henry, even LCC that first game. We’re going to have to come to play every game or else anything can happen in tournament.”
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PREP SOFTBALL
Area Batting Leaders
G AB R H Avg.
Taylor Kirian, New Riegel 22 70 37 42 .600
Hanna Brian, N. Baltimore 14 43 17 25 .581
Maddie Willis, Bluffton 13 47 17 27 .574
Maddi Pape, Liberty-Benton 17 61 – 35 .574
MacKenzie Sowers, Mohawk 17 51 17 29 .569
Rachel Nye, Patrick Henry 20 70 32 38 .543
Natalie Herder, Pat. henry 20 77 38 41 .532
Rebecca Harvey, Elmwood 16 46 27 24 .522
Samantha Anders, L-B 14 46 – 24 .522
Dana Miller, Cory-Rawson 16 31 11 16 .516
Kristin Bostelman, Pat. Henry 20 74 34 38 .514
McKenna Scott, Continental 13 43 16 22 .512
Maranda Stansbery, Upper 16 63 26 32 .508
Madison Arnold, Elmwood 16 50 23 25 .500
Maddie Mock, Arcadia 19 60 20 30 .500
Jaya Smalley, Upper San. 16 45 12 22 .489
Liz Schimmoeller, Miller City 14 45 17 22 .489
Miranda Benschoter, Elm. 16 54 6 26 .481
Kakenna Vorst, Kalida 15 48 13 23 .479
Courtney Cramer, Arcadia 19 70 27 33 .471
Alex Quigley, Continental 13 45 19 21 .467
Makenzie Wentling, Carey 18 60 19 28 .467
Lea Rowe, Hardin Northern 13 41 10 20 .465
Lauren Zoeller, New Riegel 22 78 19 36 .462
Taylor Farmer, Riverdale 18 65 24 30 .462
Courtney Stoltz, Arlington 19 63 27 29 .460
Ashley Baird, Arcadia 18 63 22 29 .460
Lindsay George, Elmwood 16 46 10 21 .457
Aaliyah Comstock, Arlington 19 44 14 20 .455
Julie Adelsperger, Mohawk 17 51 9 23 .451
Megan Johnson, Arlington 19 65 18 29 .446
Edy Mowrey, St. Wendelin 14 48 11 21 .438
Hannah Johnson, Arlington 19 62 27 27 .435
Olivia Myers, Elmwood 16 53 22 23 .434
Hannah Draper, Carey 18 60 13 26 .433
Molly Glick, Arcadia 17 51 16 22 .431
Jasmine Marsh, Elmwood 16 40 12 17 .425
Abbie Parkins, Blluffton 13 45 15 16 .422
Britnee Johnson, Arlington 19 64 16 27 .422
Laine Laudick, Kalida 17 57 17 24 .421
Justeen Searfoss, Upper San. 16 57 23 24 .421
Alisha Baird, Arcadia 19 67 30 28 .418
Meghan Reiter, St. Wendelin 14 48 14 20 .417
Taylor McClain, Mohawk 17 51 14 21 .412
Alissa Schnipke, Miller City 14 51 14 21 .412
Chey. Hernandez, N. Balt. 14 39 10 16 .410
Kara Scherger, New Riegel 22 74 22 30 .405
Haleigh Fleck, N. Baltimore 14 42 3 17 .405
Allie Sheldon, Arlington 13 30 5 12 .400
Jessica Vennekotter, Mil. City 14 43 12 17 .395
Rachel Peters, N. Baltimore 14 41 9 16 .390
Morgan Noftz, New Riegel 22 80 30 31 .388
Sara Gier, Upper Sandusky 16 57 15 22 .386
Mica Terrian, L-B 19 65 – 25 .385
Kristi Reiser, Elmwood 16 37 14 14 .378
Kackayla Wilson, Bluffton 13 43 15 16 .372
Erica Fitzwater, Continental 13 35 17 13 .371
Nicole Recker, Kalida 16 46 13 17 .370
Libby Crow, Findlay 24 73 24 27 .370
Shayna Helms, Arlington 13 30 11 11 .367
Taylor Arbigast, New Riegel 22 74 24 27 .365
Addy Bame, Hardin Northern 15 39 14 14 .359
Julia Naus, Riverdale 17 65 17 23 .354
Alexandria Crouse, PH 20 65 17 23 .354
Lauren Parkins, Bluffton 13 37 8 13 .351
Mikaela Ricksecker, C-R 14 40 8 14 .350
Chelsie Schmitz, Elmwood 16 46 4 16 .348
Emily Logan, Continental 12 38 11 13 .342
Kyla Cusac, Upper Sandusky 15 47 12 16 .340
Alison Imbrock, Pat. Henry 19 47 15 16 .340
Brooklyn Watts, Hardin No. 15 39 10 13 .333
Doubles
Natalie Herder, Patrick Henry, 13; Taylor Kirian, New Riegel, 11; Taylor Arbogast, New Riegel, 9; Liz Schimmoeller, Miller City, 9; Mica Terrian, Liberty-Benton, 8; Libby Crow, Findlay, 8; Megan Hill, Arcadia, 8; Rachel Nye, Patrick Henry, 8; Kristin Bostelman, Patrick Henry, 7; Alisha Baird, Courtney Cramer & Maddie Mock, Arcadia, 7; Rebeca Harvey, Elmwood, 7; MacKenzie Sowers, Mohawk, 7; Maddi Pape, Liberty-Benton, 7; Jaya Smalley, Upper Sandusky, 6; Morgan Noftz & Lauren Zoeller, New Riegel, 6; Ashley Baird, Arcadia, 6; Meghan Reiter & Edy Mowrey, St. Wendelin, 6; Taylor Farmer, Riverdale, 6; Jasmine Marsh, Elmwood, 5; Justeen Searfoss, Upper Sandusky, 5; Jordyn Wright, Riverdale, 5; Alissa Schnipke, Miller City, 5; Samantha Anders, Liberty-Benton, 5; Taylor Marshall, Cory-Rawson, 5; Amie Ricksecker, Cory-Rawson, 4; Britnee Johnson, Arlington, 4; Shaye Rodesky, Liberty-Benton, 4.
Triples
Britnee Johnson, Arlington, 8; Makenzie Wentling, Carey, 6; Maranda Stansbery, Upper Sandusky, 5; Julia Naus, Riverdale, 5; Breanne Parish, Riverdale, 4; Mica Terrian, Liberty-Benton, 4; Rebecca Harvey & Miranda Benschoter, Elmwood, 3; McKenna Scott, Continental, 3; Abbie Parkins, Bluffton, 3; Taylor Arbogast & Leah Bouillon, New Riegel, 3; Sheli Sauber, Hopewell-Loudon, 3; Rachel Nye, Patrick Henry, 3; Mikayla Gilliland, St. Wendelin, 3; Hannah Johnson & Courtney Stoltz, Arlington, 3; Alisha Baird, Arcadia, 3; Ashley Baird & Courtney Cramer, Arcadia, 2; Miranda Arnold, Elmwood, 2; Kara Scherger & Taylor Kirian, New Riegel, 2; Liz Schimmoeller, Miller City, 2; Lea Rowe & Brooklyn Watts, Hardin Northern, 2; Gabby Gregg, Hopewell-Loudon, 2; MacKenzie Sowers, Mohawk, 2; Justeen Searfoss & Madi Vince, Upper Sandusky, 2; Janessa Taylor, Riverdale 2; Megan Johnson, Arlington, 2; Mikaela Ricksecker, Cory-Rawson, 2; Maddie Pape, Liberty-Benton, 2; Mariah Nill, Brooke Brigadoi & Kailyn Abell, Findlay, 2.
Home Runs
Alisha Baird, Arcadia, 7; Rebecca Harvey, Elmwood, 5; Mackayla Wilson, Bluffton, 4; Natalie Herder, Patrick Henry, 4; Taylor Kirian, New Riegel, 4; Ashley Baird, Arcadia, 3; Julie Adelsperger, Mohawk, 3; Jasmine Bretz, North Baltimore, 3; Kara Scherger, New Riegel, 3; Addy Bame, Hardin Northern, 2; Madison Arnold & Olivia Myers, Elmwood, 2; Justeen Searfoss Upper Sandusky, 2; Taylor Arbogast, New Riegel, 2; Liz Schimmoeller, Miller City, 2; Dani Heaster & Megan Johnson, Arlington, 2; Kristin Bostelman & alison Imbrock, Patrick Henry, 2; Maddie Pape, Liberty-Benton, 2; Mica Terrian, Liberty-Benton, 1; Lindsay George & Chelsie Schmitz, Elmwood, 1; Sloan Zachrich, Continental, 1; Courtney Cramer, Maddie Mock, Megan Hill & Molly Glick, Arcadia, 1; Sara Gier, Upper Sandusky, 1; Jessica Vennekotter & Kylee Recker, Miller City, 1; Hannah Johnson, Arlington, 1; Leah Bouillon, Morgan Noftz, Hailey Theis & Lauren Zoeller, New Riegel, 1; Jordan Hector, Cory-Rawson, 1; Libby Crow, Bree Snapp, Shelby Roether, Taylor Steinke & Katlee Rush, Findlay, 1.
Runs Batted In
Kristin Bostelman, Patrick Henry, 31; Kara Scherger, New Riegel, 31; Taylor Kirian, New Riegel, 29; Rebecca Harvey, Elmwood, 27; Ashley Baird, Arcadia, 27; Taylor Arbogast, New Riegel, 26; Maddie Mock, Arcadia, 25; Alisha Baird, Arcadia, 23; Lindsay George & Madison Arnold, Elmwood, 24; Natalie Herder, Patrick Henry, 24; Lauren Zoeller, New Riegel, 24; McKenna Scott, Continental, 23; Britnee Johnson, Arlington, 22; Liz Schimmoeller, Miller City, 20; Megan Johnson, Arlington, 19; Arika Hill, Riverdale, 18; Megan Hill, Arcadia, 18; Courtney Cramer, Arcadia, 17; Edy Mowrey, St. Wendelin, 17; Hannah Johnson, Arlington, 17; Jasmine Bretz, North Baltimore, 16; Jessica Vennekotter, Miller City, 16; Morgan Noftz, New Riegel, 16; Olivia Myers, Elmwood, 15; Janessa Taylor, Riverdale, 15; Kasey Adelsperger, Mohawk, 15; Miranda Benschoter, Elmwood, 14; Breanne Parish, Riverdale, 14; Molly Glick, Arcadia, 14; Sara Gier, Upper Sandusky, 14; Mackenzie Atchison, Findlay, 14; Mackayla Wilson, Bluffton, 14; Jaya Smalley, Upper Sandusky, 13; Addy Bame, Hardin Northern, 13; Hailey Theis & Brittany Gillig, New Riegel, 13.
Stolen Bases
Alex Quigley, Continental, 24; Libby Crow, Findlay, 24; Madison Arnold, Elmwood, 23; Dana Miller, Cory-Rawson, 21; Maranda Stansbery, Upper Sandusky, 18; Kylie Hooker, Hardin Northern, 17; Morgan Noftz & Kara Scherger, New Riegel, 17; Megan Johnson, Arlington, 16; Rachel Nye, Patrick Henry, 15; Olivia Myers, Elmwood, 14; Amie Ricksecker, Cory-Rawson, 14; Cambra Kohlenberg, Mohawk, 13; Michaela Curtis, Hardin Northern, 13; Kelsi Knapp, Upper Sandusky, 13; Courtney Stoltz & Hannah Johnson, Arlington, 13; Ashley Baird, Arcadia, 13; Rebecca Harvey, Elmwood, 12; Taylor Marshall, Cory-Rawson, 12; Hanna Brian, North Baltimore, 11.
Area Pitching Leaders
IP ER ERA
Allie Rutter, St. Wendelin 25 3 0.84
Addy Bame, Hardin Northern 822/3 10 0.85
Sara Gier, Upper Sandusky 642/3 15 1.18
Kyla Cusac, Upper Sandusky 491/3 13 1.20
Alison Imbrock, Patrick Henry 68 12 1.24
Katie Kurtz, Patrick Henry 52 8 1.37
Ali Rymer, Carey 892/3 21 1.64
Taylor Kirian, New Riegel 1312/3 32 1.70
Sydney Wentling, Carey 201/3 5 1.72
Kasey Adelsperger, Mohawk 651/3 17 1.82
Britnee Johnson, Arlington 992/3 26 1.83
Julie Adelsperger, Mohawk 462/3 14 2.10
Sami Fruchey, Bluffton 12 76 23 2.12
Chey. Hernandez, N. Balt. 402/3 15 2.58
Ashley Baird, Arcadia 106 43 2.84
Taylor Farmer, Riverdale 1072/3 43 2.85
Kylee Ricker, Miller City 22 9 2.86
Miranda Benschoter, Elmwood 97 30 2.90
Bree Snapp, Findlay 29 13 3.14
Strikeouts
Addy Bame, Hardin Northern, 145; Miranda Benschoter, Elmwood, 119; Britnee Johnson, Arlington, 99; Taylor Farmer, Riverdale, 90; Kasey Adelsperger, Mohawk, 82; Madi Pape, Liberty-Benton, 80; Macy Bowling, Findlay, 76; Taylor Kirian, New Riegel, 74; Ashley Baird, Arcadia, 72; Meghan Reiter, St. Wendelin, 72; Sami Fruchey, Bluffton, 56; Julie Adelsperger, Mohawk, 53; Alison Imbrock, Patrick Henry, 53; Ali Rymer, Carey 48; Liz Schimmoeller, Miller City, 46; Kelsey Coppus, Hopewell-Loudon, 43; Cheyenne Hernandez, North Baltimore, 43; Sara Gier, Upper Sandusky, 38; Brittany Roth, Cory-Rawson, 31; Sam Nagy, Kalida, 31; Kylee Ricker, Miller City, 27; Katie Henry, Cory-Rawson, 25; Kyla Cusac, Upper Sandusky, 22.
Individual Records
Taylor Kirian, New Riegel, 17-4; Miranda Benschoter, Elmwood, 13-3; Britnee Johnson, Arlington, 13-4; Ashley Baird, Arcadia, 13-5; Alison Imbrock, Patrick Henry, 11-0; Ali Rymer, Carey, 10-4; Sami Fruchey, Bluffton, 9-3; Taylor Farmer, Riverdale, 9-7; Kasey Adelsperger, Mohawk, 8-2; Addy Bame, Hardin Northern, 8-4; Sara Gier, Upper Sandusky, 7-2; Ali Rymer, Carey, 7-4; Liz Schimmoeller, Miller City, 6-4; Julie Adelsperger, Mohawk, 5-2; Katie Kurtz, Patrick Henry, 5-3; Kyla Cusac, Upper Sanndusky, 4-3; Allie Rutter, St. Wendelin, 3-1; Cheyenne Hernandez, North Baltimore, 3-2.
Team Records
New Riegel 18-4, Patrick Henry 17-3, Arlington 15-4, Mohawk 15-4, Ottawa-Glandorf 14-3, Elmwood 14-4, Arcadia 13-6, Upper Sandusky 13-6, Carey 12-6, Columbus Grove 12-7, Riverdale 12-9, Ada 11-7, Bluffton 10-3, Hardin Northern 10-5, Van Buren 10-12, Miller City 9-6, Fostoria St. Wendelin 7-10, North Baltimore 7-11, Liberty-Benton 7-11, Continental 6-8, Findlay 6-17, Vanlue 5-13, Fostoria 5-13, Pandora-Gilboa 4-9, Kalida 4-12, Leipsic 4-15, McComb 3-17, Cory-Rawson 2-11, Hopewell-Loudon 2-16, Ottoville 1-11 .

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Boys Track
Shot Put
“‡1. Combs, Liberty-Benton 50-9
“‡2. Calkins, Findlay 50-6
“‡3. Goble, Carey 50-4
“‡4. Inniger, Arlington 49-5
“‡5. Myers, Patrick Henry 49-1 1/2
“‡6. Recker, Ottawa-Glandorf 48-4 1/2
“‡7. Carrizales, Patrick Henry 47-8
“‡8. Roney, Columbus Grove 47-2
“‡9. Deleon, Continental 46-11
10. Baxter, Elmwood 46-5 1/2
Discus
“‡1. Myers, Patrick Henry 163-7
“‡2. Boes, Pandora-Gilboa 163-3
“‡3. Watkins, Arcadia 159-4
“‡4. Swartz, Carey 151-9
“‡5. Roney, Columbus Grove 150-11
“‡6. Rhodes, Liberty-Benton 148-9
“‡7. Calkins, Findlay 144-6
“‡8. Smith, Bluffton 144-4
“‡9. Boyd, Liberty-Benton 141-10
10. Pummell, Mohawk 139-4
High Jump
“‡1. Miller, Liberty-Benton 6-4
“‡2. Pever, Riverdale 6-2
“‡2. Clement, Columbus Grove 6-2
“‡2. Arredondo, Carey 6-2
“‡2. Garver, Liberty-Benton 6-2
“‡2. Dickey, Findlay 6-2
“‡7. Moening, Ottawa-Glandorf 6-0
“‡7. Gase, Hopewell-Loudon 6-0
“‡9. Wagner, Patrick Henry 5-10
“‡9. R. Stratton, Bluffton 5-10
“‡9. Walters, Fostoria St. Wendelin 5-10
“‡9. Luikart, Upper Sandusky 5-10
“‡9. Berelsman, Fort Jennings 5-10
Long Jump
“‡1. Arnold, Elmwood 21-8 3/4
“‡2. Cook, Liberty-Benton 21-5 1/2
“‡3. Laubenthal, Ottawa-Glandorf 21-3 3/4
“‡4. Clifford, Upper Sandusky 20-9
“‡5. Lawson, Liberty-Benton 20-6
“‡6. Ink, New Riegel 20-4
“‡7. Nye, Patrick Henry 20-2
“‡8. Starr, Arlington 20-1 3/4
“‡9. Martin, Fostoria Senior 19-11 1/2
10. Arredondo, Carey 19-11 1/4
Pole Vault
“‡1. Cornwell, Liberty-Benton 15-5
“‡2. Knoll, Riverdale 14-6
“‡3. Laubenthal, Ottawa-Glandorf 13-6
“‡3. Starr, Arlington 13-6
“‡3. Wilson, Bluffton 13-6
“‡6. Shafer, Columbus Grove 12-0
“‡6. Warnecke, Columbus Grove 12-0
“‡8. Swartzmiller, Hopewell-Loudon 11-6
“‡8. Haycook, Upper Sandusky 11-6
“‡8. Rymer, Carey 11-6
100 Meters
“‡1. Ajala, Findlay 10.97
“‡2. Nye, Patrick Henry 11.17
“‡3. Lightner, Findlay 11.20
“‡3. Cook, Liberty-Benton 11.20
“‡5. Chamberlin, Leipsic 11.30
“‡6. Dysert, McComb 11.34
“‡7. Ma. Wilcox, Ada 11.38
“‡8. Wannemacher, Bluffton 11.40
“‡8. Warnimont, Cory-Rawson 11.40
“‡8. Moser, Cory-Rawson 11.40
200 Meters
“‡1. Warnimont, Cory-Rawson 22.73
“‡2. Cook, Liberty-Benton 22.93
“‡3. N. Stratton, Bluffton 22.99
“‡4. Ajala, Findlay 23.00
“‡4. Ma. Wilcox, Ada 23.00
“‡6. Clement, Columbus Grove 23.07
“‡7. Jones, Findlay 23.30
“‡8. Little, Bluffton 23.37
“‡9. Conkle, Liberty-Benton 23.45
10. Moser, Cory-Rawson 23.50
10. Dysert, McComb 23.50
400 Meters
“‡1. N. Stratton, Bluffton 50.30
“‡2. Ma. Wilcox, Ada 51.60
“‡3. Martin, Fostoria Senior 52.98
“‡4. Lomeli, Leipsic 53.26
“‡5. Dysert, McComb 53.30
“‡6. Evans, Riverdale 53.40
“‡7. Willeke, Ada 53.60
“‡8. Ellerbrock, Ottawa-Glandorf 53.75
“‡9. Au. Jasso, Elmwood 53.77
10. Conkle, Liberty-Benton 53.98
800 Meters
“‡1. N. Stratton, Bluffton 2:02.60
“‡2. Recker, Ottawa-Glandorf 2:03.45
“‡3. Pever, Riverdale 2:03.60
“‡4. Solis, Upper Sandusky 2:04.00
“‡5. Matheny, Fostoria Senior 2:04.12
“‡6. Simmons, Van Buren 2:04.56
“‡7. Gaines, Findlay 2:05.00
“‡8. Giesige, Columbus Grove 2:05.90
“‡9. Trampe-Kindt, Ottawa-Glandorf 2:06.09
10. Sharrits, Columbus Grove 2:06.22
1,600 Meters
“‡1. Trampe-Kindt, Ottawa-Glandorf 4:33.01
“‡2. Gaines, Findlay 4:35.40
“‡3. Solis, Upper Sandusky 4:35.86
“‡4. Simmons, Van Buren 4:38.90
“‡5. Harnish, Bluffton 4:41.08
“‡6. Altenburger, Columbus Grove 4:43.40
“‡7. Sharrits, Columbus Grove 4:44.20
“‡8. Pracht, Ottawa-Glandorf 4:44.93
“‡9. Altenberger, Columbus Grove 4:45.10
10. Estrada, Fostoria Senior 4:45.45
3,200 Meters
“‡1. Gaines, Findlay 9:58.64
“‡2. Trampe-Kindt, Ottawa-Glandorf 9:59.97
“‡3. Co. Grothaus, Columbus Grove 10:15.60
“‡4. Altenburger, Columbus Grove 10:29.80
“‡5. Gleason, Liberty-Benton 10:33.57
“‡6. Napier, Hopewell-Loudon 10:34.17
“‡7. Pracht, Ottawa-Glandorf 10:34.83
“‡8. Cook, Carey 10:34.89
“‡9. Wood, Hopewell-Loudon 10:35.44
10. DeHaven, Fostoria St. Wendelin 10:40.20
110 Meter High Hurdles
“‡1. Nye, Patrick Henry 14.70
“‡2. L. McDermit, Ottawa-Glandorf 15.20
“‡3. Murriel, Leipsic 15.40
“‡4. Snook, Liberty-Benton 15.44
“‡5. Reep, Upper Sandusky 15.78
“‡6. McMillan, Upper Sandusky 15.79
“‡7. Rath, Liberty-Benton 15.90
“‡8. Ramsey, Findlay 15.92
“‡9. Recker, Arcadia 15.94
10. Thames, Findlay 15.96
300 Meter Inter. Hurdles
“‡1. Snook, Liberty-Benton 41.37
“‡2. R. Stratton, Bluffton 41.56
“‡3. Murriel, Leipsic 41.85
“‡4. Ramsey, Findlay 42.00
“‡5. Nye, Patrick Henry 42.20
“‡6. Recker, Arcadia 42.54
“‡7. Bodart, Hopewell-Loudon 42.70
“‡8. Moening, Ottawa-Glandorf 42.74
“‡9. Huston, Vanlue 43.09
10. L. McDermit, Ottawa-Glandorf 43.14
400 Meter Relay
“‡1. Bluffton 44.70
“‡2. Liberty-Benton 45.20
“‡3. Patrick Henry 45.32
“‡4. Hopewell-Loudon 45.50
“‡5. Ottawa-Glandorf 45.95
“‡6. Columbus Grove 46.00
“‡7. Cory-Rawson 46.10
“‡8. Upper Sandusky 46.21
“‡9. Arlington 46.30
10. Findlay 46.40
800 Meter Relay
“‡1. Bluffton 1:31.88
“‡2. Findlay 1:35.09
“‡3. Patrick Henry 1:35.12
“‡4. Liberty-Benton 1:35.35
“‡5. Cory-Rawson 1:35.70
“‡6. Ottawa-Glandorf 1:35.77
“‡7. Hopewell-Loudon 1:36.20
“‡8. Mohawk 1:36.40
“‡9. Columbus Grove 1:36.49
10. Arlington 1:37.20
1,600 Meter Relay
“‡1. Bluffton 3:32.28
“‡2. Ottawa-Glandorf 3:33.22
“‡3. Liberty-Benton 3:34.63
“‡4. Columbus Grove 3:34.65
“‡5. Riverdale 3:34.90
“‡6. Findlay 3:38.40
“‡7. Mohawk 3:38.90
“‡8. Patrick Henry 3:39.70
“‡9. Hopewell-Loudon 3:39.80
10. Upper Sandusky 3:39.87
3,200 Meter Relay
“‡1. Ottawa-Glandorf 8:25.28
“‡2. Columbus Grove 8:28.20
“‡3. Findlay 8:30.98
“‡4. Riverdale 8:45.10
“‡5. Fostoria Senior 8:47.61
“‡6. Liberty-Benton 8:49.00
“‡7. Upper Sandusky 8:49.18
“‡8. Hopewell-Loudon 8:59.60
“‡9. Van Buren 9:00.06
10. Patrick Henry 9:03.20
Girls Track
Shot Put
“‡1. Leppelmeier, McComb 43-3
“‡2. Averesch, Leipsic 40-5
“‡3. Diller, Columbus Grove 38-1 1/2
“‡4. Fruchey, Columbus Grove 37-2 3/4
“‡5. Bellman, Ottawa-Glandorf 36-2
“‡6. A. Schramm, Columbus Grove 34-6
“‡7. Follas, Columbus Grove 34-2
“‡8. Schramm, Columbus Grove 34-0 1/2
“‡9. Dewey, Elmwood 33-11 1/2
10. Pauley, Riverdale 33-9
Discus
“‡1. Averesch, Leipsic 149-8
“‡2. Leppelmeier, McComb 139-4
“‡3. Bellman, Ottawa-Glandorf 129-0
“‡4. Verhoff, Columbus Grove 125-11
“‡5. Pauley, Riverdale 125-8
“‡6. Dewey, Elmwood 122-4
“‡7. Diller, Columbus Grove 122-1
“‡8. Shumacher, Columbus Grove 117-3
“‡9. Swary, Pandora-Gilboa 112-4
10. Edler, Van Buren 110-7
High Jump
“‡1. B. Mangas, Ottoville 5-5
“‡2. Herder, Patrick Henry 5-3
“‡2. Willow, Arlington 5-3
“‡4. Haas, Findlay 5-2
“‡5. Maag, Ottawa-Glandorf 5-0
“‡5. Marshall, Ada 5-0
“‡5. Weininger, Upper Sandusky 5-0
“‡5. Peplinski, Liberty-Benton 5-0
“‡9. Ricker, Columbus Grove 4-10
“‡9. Russell, Arlington 4-10
“‡9. Myers, Liberty-Benton 4-10
“‡9. Davis, North Baltimore 4-10
“‡9. Heminger, McComb 4-10
“‡9. Walden, Ada 4-10
Long Jump
“‡1. Peplinski, Liberty-Benton 16-7
“‡2. Maag, Ottawa-Glandorf 16-5
“‡3. Myers, Liberty-Benton 16-2 1/2
“‡4. Ordway, Continental 16-0
“‡5. Butler, Liberty-Benton 15-11
“‡6. Marshall, Ada 15-8 1/2
“‡7. Roth, McComb 15-6 1/2
“‡8. Tucker, Fostoria Senior 15-6 1/4
“‡9. Smith, Upper Sandusky 15-3
10. Kirian, Arcadia 15-2 1/2
Pole Vault
“‡1. Thompson, Arlington 12-0
“‡2. Johnson, Liberty-Benton 10-6
“‡3. Shepherd, Hardin Northern 10-4
“‡4. Beck, Arlington 10-0
“‡5. Emmitt, Elmwood 9-10
“‡6. Massara, Upper Sandusky 9-6
“‡7. Siegel, Hopewell-Loudon 9-0
“‡7. S. Goddard, Fostoria St. Wendelin 9-0
“‡7. Leiter, Hopewell-Loudon 9-0
“‡7. Wickiser, Carey 9-0
100 Meters
“‡1. Butler, Liberty-Benton 12.16
“‡2. Archer, Ada 12.53
“‡3. Stechschulte, Ottawa-Glandorf 12.54
“‡4. Flores, Columbus Grove 12.61
“‡5. Lavey, Findlay 12.71
“‡6. Hyre, Liberty-Benton 12.73
“‡7. Maag, Ottawa-Glandorf 12.78
“‡8. J. Wynn, Columbus Grove 12.80
“‡9. Stoltz, Arlington 12.96
10. Sears, Elmwood 13.00
200 Meters
“‡1. Stechschulte, Ottawa-Glandorf 26.20
“‡2. Butler, Liberty-Benton 26.30
“‡3. J. Wynn, Columbus Grove 26.33
“‡4. Archer, Ada 26.50
“‡5. Sears, Elmwood 26.56
“‡6. Spurlock, Carey 26.67
“‡7. Lasley, Van Buren 27.12
“‡8. M. Johnson, Arlington 27.28
“‡9. Lavey, Findlay 27.60
10. Wise, Van Buren 27.61
400 Meters
“‡1. E. Ellerbrock, Ottawa-Glandorf 59.80
“‡2. Hunter, Riverdale 1:00.60
“‡3. J. Wynn, Columbus Grove 1:01.10
“‡4. Sears, Elmwood 1:02.30
“‡5. Lavey, Findlay 1:02.43
“‡6. Wentling, Carey 1:02.84
“‡7. Butler, Liberty-Benton 1:03.50
“‡8. Steinmetz, Bluffton 1:04.57
“‡9. K. Wynn, Columbus Grove 1:04.68
10. Gray, Findlay 1:04.70
800 Meters
“‡1. E. Ellerbrock, Ottawa-Glandorf 2:21.67
“‡2. Roebke, Cory-Rawson 2:26.10
“‡3. Resnik, Van Buren 2:29.41
“‡4. Hunter, Riverdale 2:29.80
“‡5. Recker, Liberty-Benton 2:30.40
“‡6. Manns, Riverdale 2:31.00
“‡7. Steinmetz, Bluffton 2:32.10
“‡8. Thomas, Liberty-Benton 2:34.97
“‡9. Baumlein, Liberty-Benton 2:35.23
10. Stahl, Findlay 2:35.90
1,600 Meters
“‡1. Stahl, Findlay 5:24.55
“‡2. McMath, Arlington 5:25.80
“‡3. Resnik, Van Buren 5:32.28
“‡4. Bartel, Liberty-Benton 5:35.70
“‡5. Baumlein, Liberty-Benton 5:40.73
“‡6. Hovest, Pandora-Gilboa 5:43.01
“‡7. S. Volpe, Fostoria St. Wendelin 5:43.14
“‡8. Barwig, Findlay 5:46.20
“‡9. Velasquez, Pandora-Gilboa 5:47.52
10. Hovest, Columbus Grove 5:53.10
3,200 Meters
“‡1. Stahl, Findlay 11:11.68
“‡2. Bartel, Liberty-Benton 12:01.48
“‡3. McMath, Arlington 12:01.80
“‡4. Hovest, Pandora-Gilboa 12:09.03
“‡5. Velasquez, Pandora-Gilboa 12:09.30
“‡6. Hroudova, Pandora-Gilboa 12:35.10
“‡7. Barwig, Findlay 12:46.00
“‡8. Flanagan, Van Buren 12:54.05
“‡9. Reinhart, Hopewell-Loudon 12:59.14
10. Beechboard, Pandora-Gilboa 13:03.70
100 Meter Interm. Hurdles
“‡1. Ordway, Continental 16.40
“‡2. Baker, Bluffton 16.60
“‡3. Hallman, Fostoria St. Wendelin 16.72
“‡4. Knott, Ottawa-Glandorf 16.77
“‡5. S. McCluer, Columbus Grove 16.80
“‡6. Sheehan, Bluffton 16.92
“‡7. Konkle, Mohawk 17.06
“‡8. Martin, Riverdale 17.20
“‡9. Kirian, Arcadia 17.22
10. Honigford, Ottoville 17.23
300 Meter Low Hurdles
“‡1. T. Mangas, Ottoville 46.80
“‡2. S. McCluer, Columbus Grove 48.19
“‡3. Ordway, Continental 48.40
“‡4. Sears, Elmwood 48.87
“‡5. Ramsey, Findlay 49.31
“‡6. Sheehan, Bluffton 49.60
“‡7. A. Baker, Bluffton 49.90
“‡8. Kirian, Arcadia 49.99
“‡9. Peplinski, Liberty-Benton 50.16
10. Erlanger, Hopewell-Loudon 50.20
400 Meter Relay
“‡1. Arlington 51.50
“‡2. Liberty-Benton 51.81
“‡3. Columbus Grove 52.00
“‡4. Ottawa-Glandorf 53.00
“‡5. Carey 53.10
“‡6. Ada 53.20
“‡7. Patrick Henry 53.30
“‡8. Findlay 53.40
“‡9. Ottoville 53.43
10. Pandora-Gilboa 53.56
800 Meter Relay
“‡1. Ottawa-Glandorf 1:47.43
“‡2. Columbus Grove 1:49.53
“‡3. Liberty-Benton 1:51.00
“‡4. Riverdale 1:51.10
“‡5. Arlington 1:51.63
“‡6. Pandora-Gilboa 1:52.11
“‡7. Carey 1:52.35
“‡8. Findlay 1:52.70
“‡9. Ada 1:52.80
10. Van Buren 1:54.35
1,600 Meter Relay
“‡1. Ottawa-Glandorf 4:04.60
“‡2. Liberty-Benton 4:14.49
“‡3. Findlay 4:15.86
“‡4. Carey 4:18.30
“‡5. Ottoville 4:23.47
“‡6. Van Buren 4:24.00
“‡7. Columbus Grove 4:26.03
“‡8. Pandora-Gilboa 4:28.96
“‡9. Fostoria St. Wendelin 4:29.23
10. Riverdale 4:31.50
3,200 Meter Relay
“‡1. Liberty-Benton 10:18.98
“‡2. Ottawa-Glandorf 10:23.85
“‡3. Fostoria St. Wendelin 10:24.34
“‡4. Pandora-Gilboa 10:27.42
“‡5. Findlay 10:39.01
“‡6. Van Buren 10:43.70
“‡7. Bluffton 10:46.75
“‡8. Riverdale 10:50.00
“‡9. Cory-Rawson 10:50.30
10. Mohawk 11:00.30

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