Lady Braves take invitational title

Logan Elm’s girls won their side of the Logan Elm Invitational Friday night as the Braves were 32 points better than their next closest opponent.

Logan Elm scored 147 team points while Grandview Heights had 115. Liberty Union was third with 111. Westfall took fifth and Amanda-Clearcreek finished seventh.

Grandview Heights won the boys side of the invitational with 158 points and Liberty Union was second with 138.5.

Logan Elm was fourth with 75.33 points, Amanda-Clearcreek was sixth with 60 points and Westfall was seventh with 47.33.

The LE girls got themselves off to a good start in the field events. Annie Karshner took two titles in the field events as she won the shotput and the discus. Arowynn Savage won the long jump for LE and teammate Allyson Cotton was second. Tayla Tootle won the pole vault for the Braves and Cotton was second.

Cotton and Savage joined with Annabelle Rutter and Brooklyn Bryant to win the 400-meter relay.

Cotton was first in the 100-meter hurdles and Rutter crossed first in the 300 hurdles. Rutter also took first in the 100 meters.

Local winners in the boys meet included Westfall’s Marcus Whaley with a two-second advantage over the competition in the 300-meter hurdles.

Amanda-Clearcreek’s Brandon Binkley, Brady Sharp, Quinton Lott and Tayvon Miller teamed up to win the 400-meter relay. Lott, Miller, Brody Pugh and Kian Collins won the 800-meter relay.

Logan Elm’s Brock Evans, Trace Smith, Ian Shaeffer and Drew Tomlinson teamed up to win the 3,200-meter relay.

Find complete results from the Logan Elm Invitational by clicking here.

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