Braves, Vikings show off skills in track and field

The Teays Valley girls track and field team finished fifth on Friday with 60.5 points at the Olentangy Berlin Invitational.

The host Bears topped the eight-school field with 151 points, followed by Olentangy with 129.

Ryleigh McCoy won the 400 in 1:02.27 and was third in the 200 in 26.97. Lauren Sharrock claimed second in the long jump at 14-10.50 feet.

Teays Valley’s Ryleigh McCoy. Photo courtesy of TV track and field

The 800-relay team of Kaitlyn Stiffler, Gabby Park, Sharrock and Elizabeth Hess finished second in 1:54.07.

On the boys side, the Vikings finished seventh with 49 points.

Westerville South bested the eight-team field with 140 points, followed by the host Bears with 115.

Tristian Graham was second in the discus at 127-07 feet and third in the shot put at 42-00.50 feet.

Complete results from Olentangy Berlin

Braves at Southeastern
The Logan Elm girls track and field team finished fifth on Thursday with 56 points at the RL Davisson Invitational held at Southeastern High School.

Washington Court House topped the 16-school field with 100.5 points, followed by McClain (97) and Athens (95).

Senior Tayla Tootle set a new meet record in the pole vault at 11-06 feet, winning the competition by three feet.

The previous record was set by Gallia Academy’s Callie Wilson last season at 11 feet.

The 3200-relay team of Vera Henderly, Chloe Anderson, Riley Martin and Camryn Ross finished third in 11:07.00.

Henderly also finished second in the 3200 in 12:38.84.

On the boys side, the Braves finished eighth with 33 points.

Zane Trace topped the 20-school field with 87.2 points, followed by Washington Court House (75) and Athens (60).

Luke Thompson won the pole vault with an effort of 12 feet and Drew Tomlinson finished second in the 300 hurdles in 43.43.

Complete results from Southeastern

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