CHS girls finish second in Chillicothe

The Circleville girls track and field team finished second out of 13 schools on Thursday at the Chillicothe Invitational.
Big Walnut topped the field with 135 points, followed by the Tigers with 114.5 points.
Faith Yancey, who claimed the high points honor for the invitational won the 100 (13.07) and the 200 (26.56), followed by Lily Winter taking silver in the 200 (27.12) and the 400 (59.99).
Payton Ford was second in the pole vault at 10-feet.
The 800 relay team (Makya Cockerham, Addison Lowe, Winter and Yancey) finished first in 1:48.89, while the 1600 relay team (Lowe, Ellie Patrick, Yancey and Winter) in 4:14.20 and the 3200 relay team (Morgan Blakeman, Maddux Bigam, Audrey Fausnaugh and Patrick) in 10:36.18 both finished second.
Logan Elm was sixth with 50 points.
Tayla Tootle set a new meet record in 11-09 feet to win the pole vault. Josie Martin (high jump, 4-08 feet), Olivia Adams (shot put, 33-09.25 feet) and Annie Karshner (discus, 105-01 feet) all finished second.
On the boys side, Big Walnut turned in a dominating 204-point performance to win the 13-team race. Zane Trace was second with 81 points.
Logan Elm was fifth with 49.5 points.
The 1600 relay team (Mason Carpenter, Drew Tomlinson, Allen Boerner and Jude Braun) took second in 3:40.02.
Circleville finished 12th with 18 points.
Zach Buitendorp won the pole vault at 13-06 feet.

Complete results

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