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Airborne Moeller's Derico Murray takes off in the long jump co~rpetition at the Cc¡aches Classic at Fairfield High School on Friday, April 8. Murray won the event with a jump of 22 feet.


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100 dash 1. Jones. Western Hills 10.6; 2. Hom, Cin. Chrisoan 10.7: T3. Jones, Westem Hills 10.73. T3. Sherrer, Colerain 10. 73; 5. Hurtey, St. Xavier 10.8; T6. Baker, St. Xav1er 10.9, T6. DaviS, Middletown 10 9, T6. Finne!. Princeton 10.9; 9. Williams, Moeller 10.9; 10. DIXon. Mt. Healthy 10.97.

200dash I. Sherrer, Colerain 22.10; 2 Conley, Middletown 22.13; 3. Dixon, Mt. Healthy22.17;T4. Davis. Middletown 22.2, T4. Hay. McNicholas 22.2, T4. Stanford, Mason 22.2; 7. Baker, St. Xav1er 22.3: 8. MoMn, la Salle 22.31; 9. Tye, Princeton 22.4: 10. Johnson. lakota East 22.5.

400dash Amos. Middletown 49.02: 2. Johnson, lakota East 49.3; 3. Kappers, AndO!SOn 49.74; 4. Carter.

Middletown 49.9; 5. Webb, Fa1r1ield 50.0; 6. MoMn, la Salle 50.1; 7. Shouse, Goshen 50.2: T8. Woodard, Princeton 50.4, T8. Young, Ross 50.4; 10. Blake, Wmton Woods 50.5. "'" 800 See, Middletown 1:52.56; 2. Webb, Fa1r1ield 1:54. 70; 3. Johnson. lakota East 1:54.90; 4. Candella, lakota West 1:55.80: 5. Jones, Wyoming 1:56.1: 6. Rover, Kings 1:56.56: 7. Ri. King, St Xavier 1:57.09; 8. Rsher, lakota East 1:5 7.20; 9. Schwartz, Turpin 1:57.58: 10. Weden, Loveland 1:57.87.

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1. See. Middletown 4:10.4; 2. Beuerlein, Moeller 4·.20.0; 3. Ra. King, St. Xa~er 4:20.9:4. R1. King, St. Xavier 4:21.9: 5. Candella. lakota West 4:22.05; 6. Heister, la Salle 4:23.D; 7. Winebar, Kings 4:24.9; 8. Weden, loveland 4:25.0: 9 Terrell, Cin. Chnstian 4:26.5; 10. Morgan, Kings 4:285.

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I. See, Middletown 9:10.0; 2. Beuertein, Moeller 9:18.04; 3. Perry, Winton Woods 9:35.50 4. Heister, la Salle 9:36.60; 5. Morgan. Kings 9:38.0; 6. Ra. King, St Xavier 9:38.74; 7. Candella. lakota West 9:45.1; 8. McArthur, Taylor 9:45.4: T9. Ascolese, Loveland 9:47.0, T9. Finan, New Richmond 9:47.0; 10. Peters, lakota East 9:4 7.30.

UO hurdles 1. Mitchell, Princeton 14.4; T2. Burns. HamJiton 14.7, T2. Weidner, Hamson 14.7; 4. Murray, Moeller 14.8; 5. Pitts, Mason 14.8: 6. Magness, Colerain 14.94; T7. Rossman, Goshen 15.0, T7. Schneider, Ta~or 15.0; 9. Walter, Moeller 15.1; 10. Jones, Middletown 15.15.

300 hurdles 1. Jones, Middletown 38.34; 2. Mitchell, Pnnceton 38.49; 3. Magness, Colerain 38.88: 4. PJ.iz, Middletown 39.06; 5. Hom, Cin. CMstian 39.53;T6. Murray, Moeller 39.7, T6. Pitts, Mason 39.7:8. Sturg111, Kings 39.8; 9. Sage, Sycamore 40.04; 10. Rossman Goshen 40. 7.

4x100 relay I. Middletown 42.38; 2. Princeton 43.0; 3. Colerain 43.12; 4. St Xavier43.76; 5. Mason 43.81:6 North College Hill43.9; 7. Winton Woods 43.9: 8. Elder 44.1; 9. Sycamore 44.29; 10. Moeller 44.0.

4x200 relay I. Colerain 1:29.40; 2. Princeton 1:29.6; 3. M1d dletown 1:30.13; 4. St. xavier 1:30.21; 5. Maso11 1:30.43; 6. Winton Woods 1:31.15: 7. la Sallo 1:31.28; 8. Moeller 1:31.5; 9. Cin. Christian 1:31.~ 10. Westem Hills 1:31.95.

4x400relay I. Middletown 3:18.10:2. Princeton 3:21.10; 3 lakota East 3:24.70; 4. Winton Woods 3:25. 70; 5. St Xavier 3:26.11; 6. Mason 3:26. 7B; 7. Cin. Chnstian 3:27. 78; 8. la Salle 3:27.8; 9. Goshen 3:28 '· 10. Turpin 3:28.15.

4x800 relay I. lakota East 8:00.40; 2. St Xavier 8:02.3, J. Middletown 8:03.28; 4. Kings 8:03.9: 5. lakota West 8:04.0; 6. Elder 8:11.50; 7. Fairtield 8:11.80; 8. M-•son 8:12.4; 9.la Salle 8:14.0; 10. Oak Hills 8:17.03 Shot put I. Chambers, Glen Este 58'0'; 2. Norman, W~n· ton Woods 56'0"; 3. Well, Elder 54'5": 4. Uttletan. ·Harrison 53'11"; 5. Reynolds. lakota East 53'9"; 5 Greene, lakota East 52'2': 7. Rshback, CNE 51'1"": B. Jarman, Felicity 51'5.5"; 9. Becker, Moeller 50'11"· 10. Fishback, Batavia 49'7".

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I. Reynolds, lakota East 22'3.5"; 2. MurOJy, Moeller 22'0"; 3. Ashley, St xavier 21'10. 75"; 4. DIXon, Mt. Healthy 21'7"; 5. Uge. Harmony 21'4"· 6. Miles, Ross 21'2.25"; 7. Stanford, Mason 21'1"· 8. Bruner, Walnut Hills 21'0'; 9. Duncan, Lovel;ond 20'11.5"; 10. Mitchell, Princeton 20'11". High junop I. Spatz, Indian Hill6'8"; 2. Minnick, CNE 6'7": 3. Creelman, Ross 6'5"; 4. Harris, Lockland 6'4. 75". T5. Ghere, Turpin 6'4~, T5. Harrison, Winton Woods 1:4", T5. Minnick, Batavia 6'4", T5. Todd, New Richrrrnnd 6'4"; 9. Harrigan, Turpin 6'3"; 110. Commodore. Middletown 6'2", 110. Hudson. Princeton 6'2", 110. Liguzinski, St. Xavier 6'2~. TlO. Rogers, McN1cholas 6'2", TIO. Simms, Loveland 6'2". TIO. Stautberg, [lder 6'2", TIO. Toran, Winton Woods 6'2". 110. Wnght. Middletown 6'2".

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The senior was part of the Division I state fourth-place 800 relay team (1:28.47).

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The junior was Division Ill state champion in the 100 dash (11.25), fourth in the 300 hurdles (39.17) and part of the

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See, Bizzarri keep grips on their titles By Alex Blumer

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COUJMBUS - Three-peats for Middletown's Jeff See in the 1,600 meters and Mason's Angela Bizzarri in the 3,200 meters highlighted the final day of the Ohio track and field championships at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus. The Ohio State-bound See added a win in the 800, chasing down Fremont Ross' Elon Simms over the last 300 meters on his future home track. "(Simms) was alothigherupthan thought, so I just decided to start my kick there," said See of the 800, an event he hadn't competed in before at state. "From then on out, I was just worrying about staying smooth and relaxed." With those two wins Saturday, See concludes his stellar high school

career with six state titles, including two in cross country. Middletown finished third with 28 points to 70 for Cleveland Glenville, which won its third straight state title. Cincinnati Christian finished second in Division ill on the strength of wins by junior Joe Hom in the 1()(). meter dash and the 1,600 relay along with Chris Lynch, Randy Terrell, and Kyle Thomas. Hom was also fourth in the 300 hurdles. In Division II, Wyoming's Harold Jones failed to defend his state title in the 800 meters. The senior was passed by Pemberville's James O'Brien after leading the first half of the race, finishing second.

In Division I, Moeller senior Luke Beuerlein finished second in the 3,200. Roger Bacon's girls took third in both the 400 and 800 relays in Division II. The Spartans were part of a four-way tie with Taylor for ninth. Bizzarri dropped out of the 1,600, but was pleased with her win in the 3,200. "I'm so excited, because this was a tough one," the junior said. "I felt kind of bad last race at regionals, so I was hoping I could come back and do well today." Mason finished in a three-way tie for fifth with 20 points. Other multiple-event placers in 0-I were Turpin senior Chanelle Hannon (third in the 100 and fourth in the 200) and Lakota West senior Kaley Connelly (fourth in the 1,600 meters and fifth in the 800).

Walnut Hills' 1,600 relay team of seniors Morgan Martin, Cori Carr, sophomore Anastasia Tarpeh, and freshman Tara Hessel broke its own area record with a 3:49.70, good for second. The Eagles were also sixth in the 800. "It really does make my senior season worthwhile," Carr said. "I've got a great team around me." In Division ill, junior Judy Bataille of Felicity-Franklin won the 100 meters and was eighth in the 200. "I wasn't netvous at all. I just looked out there and said, 'You can do this,' " said Bataille, whose results are even more impressive considering the school has no track and trains on the streets of Felicity. Cincinnati Country Day's Sydney Stoehr, Claire Bechhold, Kelly Thomas and Kamia Smith were second in the 1,600 relay.

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Middletown's Jeff See won the 1,600 at state for the third time in his prep career.


Bizzarri, See repeat as state champions The Enquirer

Mason's Angela Bizzarri (3,200 meters) and Middletown's Jeff See (1,600) each defended their Division I titles successfully at the state track and field meet in CoGreg Loring for The Enquirer lumbus Saturday. The runMason's Angela Blzzarrl ners have won their events continued her dominance. three consecutive years.

The meet concluded See's high school career; he won six titles overall, including two in cross country. He'll run for Ohio State next season. The Middletown boys' team finished third overall. In Division III, Cincinnati Christian's Joe Hom won the

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FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 2005 Cll

HIGH SCHOOLS

Boys' track and field preview

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Moeller again voted No.1 By Mark Schmetzer Enquirer contributor

The top of this season's Enquirer preseason coaches' poll looks a lot like last year's final Division I poll- just much closer. Moeller, last year's preseason No.1 and final poll champion, edged St. Xavier by two points to earn the No.1 rankinR" in this season's opening poll. Each team received six first-place votes. "Moeller's got quite a few returning athletes from last year," La Salle coach Frank Russo said. "They've got a very balanced squad." La Salle's lOth-place finish in the Division I state meet was better than St. Xavier's tie for lith and Moeller's tie for 15th; the Lancers are ranked third. Middletown, which led all Southwest District Division I schools by finishing tied for fourth at the state meet last year, is fourth.

Top 10 teams 1. Moeller: Senior distance runner Luke Beuerlein, who finished sixth in the state 1,600 meters, is third-year coach Kevin Kohls' top returning performer. Long jumper Derico Murray and pole vaulter Chris Heiden lead another strong field crew, which should weather the loss of Enquirer first-team all-star pole vaulter DJ. Hlovchiec. 2. St. Xavier: Randy and Ricky

But second-ranked St. Xavier right on the heels of Crusaders King, whu :mchored the 3,200relay team that finished third in the state, are back for the Bombers, who were No.2 in last year's preseason poll. St. Xavier must make up for the transfer of hurdler LaTarro Darius Mitchell to Princeton. "We 1must be more balanced than we have been in the past," coach Mike Dehring said. ''We must score in all events at a district level meet. Our field events are much improved." 3. La Salle: The Lancers lost state champion pole vaulter Mike Chia, but Russo likes his team's blend of talent in experienced seniors and sophomores who romped to the Greater Catholic League freshman championship last season. "Across the board, from 100 through 3,200, we're pretty solid," Russo said. Distance specialist Dan Heister is La Salle's most accomplished runner. The Lancers should get a boost from Eric Mortan, a sprinter from the baseball team. Pole vaulter Patrick Ten brink finished fifth in the region last season. 4. Middletown: Senior Jeff See returns in pursuit of a third consecutive 1,600 state championship. ''We have a pretty good all-

around t£'am thl~ yE'ar," n~w CM!th Scott Dalton said. ''We're pretty well-rounded this year. This is one of the better teams we've had." St. Colerain: Sprinter Terrance Sherrer was an Enquirer first-tE•am all-star after finishing eighth in the state in the 100 as a sophomore. Joining him in the sprint crew are Brayden Coombs, who will run all three sprint relays, and Justin Moore, who will add running to his high jump and long jump chores. "I think we're really solid," coach Ron Russo said. ''We've sort of always put an emphasis on balance, and I thinl~ we can score in a lot of areas." St. Mason: Coach Darin little has one returning district champion in senior Charles Stanford, who won the 200 last year and ran on the district champion 800 relay team. Junior Kelvin Pitts owns the school's 300 hurdles record. "Mason returns a strong nucleus of athletes," little said. "If the team remains healthy and its seniors provide solid leadership throughout the season, Mason should have one of its strongest teams." 7. Elder: Seventh-year Panthers coach Mike Boeing likes his team's balance, which he considers crucial.

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'We are solid in all events." Boeing said. "Some of our young athletes must maiUre quickly. The early season shows a lot of promise." 8. Princeton: Eric Keyes is the latest in an ever-lengthening line of top Viking pole vaulters. Princeton's traditionally deep sprint corps this year includes Eric Finnell, Desmond Layne, Brandon Woodard and Mitchell, who finished sixth in the state in the 110 hurdles for St. Xavier last season. 9. Winton Woods: Sixth-year coach Ron Wright is in arebuilding mode. ''We have a very young team," Wright said. "Only a few seniors return." The Warriors' top performer is sprinter Jamal Ferguson, who has run the 100 in 10.9 seconds and

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Seniors Derlco Murray (top left), Chris Heiden (right) and Luke Beuerlein are three of the reasons last year's preseason No. 1 and final poll champion is No. 1 again this year.

leads the 400 relay team. 10. Anderson: Senior Kevin Kappers, who runs the 200 and 400 and also long jumps, is backed by a group of young distance runners.

"Our stronger areas will be diStance and middle distance, but for the first time in a long time, we don't have a big-time pole vaulter," coach Andy Wolf said.


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BOYS' TRACK HONORABLE MENTION 100 dash - Larry Jones, Western Hills; Zack Davis, Middletown; Marl< Dawson, Finneytown; Terrance Sherrer, Colerain; Scott Johnson, Middletown; Robin Achoe, Reading; Brandon Gnssom, Lockland. 200 dash - Terrance Sherrer, Colerain; Marl< Dawson, Finneytown; Dee Conley, Middletown; Charles Stanford, Mason; Aaron Hay, McNicholas; Ryan Davis, Blanchester; Armando Jackson, North College Hill; Ryan Collado, CHCA. 400 dash - Drew Frey, Clinton-Massie; Chns Lynch. Cincinnati Christian; Eric Marum, La Salle; Kevin Kappers, Anderson; Julian Posey, La Salle; Josh Shouse, Goshen; Aric Evans, Taft; Zach Winters, Madeira; Chris Lynch, Cincinnati Christian. 800 run - Stephen Weber, Mariemont; Jacob Rhode, CHCA; Jason Fisher, Lakota East; Will Rover, Kings; Ricky King, St Xavier. Taylor Candella, Lakota West; Eric Finan, New Richmond; Jon Pahren, Taylor. Brandon Finan, New Richmond; Billie Elkins, Felicity; Jacob Rhode, CHCA; Randy Terrell, Cincinnati Chnstian. 1,600 run -Logan Singleton, Goshen; Carey Tighe, Purcell Martan; Marl< Weden, Loveland; Matt Wlnebar, Kings. 3,200 run - Tommy Morgan, Kings; Logan Singleton, Goshen; Joe McArthur, Taylor, Seth Darrell, Lemon-Monroe; Daniel Heister, La Salle; Mike Perry, Winton Woods; Matthew Peters, Lakota East; Peter Kistinger, Cincinnati Country Day. UO hurdles- Josh Schneider, Taylor, KeMn PittS, Mason; Austin Pntchard, Lebanon; Latarro Mitchell, Prtnceton; Mike Rossman, Goshen; Matt Chacksfield, CHCA. 300 hurdles- Jeff Cousineau. Wilmington; Skylar Jones, Middletown; Dan Magness, Colerain; Kelvin Pitts, Mason; Ben Sage, Sycamore; Mike Rossman, Goshen; Clint Evans, East Clinton. 400 relay- Middletown (Zack Davis, Scott Johnson, Dee Conley, Andre Amos), North College Hill (KeMn Ward, Justin Murray, Travell Harper, Armando Jackson). 800 relay- Pnnceton (EJ. Morton-Green, Gyasi Parrish, Ertc Finnell, Jon Tye), St. xavier (Thomas Hurtey, Chrts Cionnl, David Whelan, Eric Steiger). 1,600 relay - Middletown (Larry Carter, Chrts Wright, Skylar Jones, Andre Amos), Winton Woods (Corte Blake, Aubrey Johnson, Byron Tolan, Ron'Sae Harrison). 3,200 relay- St Xavier (Rob Thaler, Randy King, Chns Hasse, Ricky King), New Richmond (Brandon Finan, Nick Werle, Eric Finan, Andre Higgins), Taylor Uon Pahren, Joe McArthur, Matt Obrten, Zach Trtplett). Shot put- Kurt Weil, Elder, Chrts Littleton, Harrison; Josh Fishback, Clermont Northeastern; Michael Jarman, Felicity; Mitch Reynolds, Lakota East; Caleb Upsey, Sycamore; Devon Greene, Lakota East; Robert Raysor, Jacobs. Discus - William Copeland, Fairfield; Lucius Ramsey, Middletown; Adam Chambers, Glen Este; Josh Fishback, Clermont Northeastern; Matt Spears, Middletown Madison. Long jump - Mitch Reynolds, Lakota East; Darius Ashley, St. Xavier, Chns Wnght Middletown; Justin Moore, Colerain; Robin Achoe, Reading; Brandon Grissom, Lockland; David Howarn, East Clinton. High jump - Ron'Sae Harrison, Winton Woods; Brian HarTigan, Turpin; JR Hudson, Pnnceton; Jon Spatz, Indian Hill; David Stevens. St Bema !II; Jake Wilson, East Clinton. Pole vault - Patrick Tenbrtnck, La Salle; Travis Jones, Clinton-Massie; Chrts Basil, Middletown; Alex Hamberg, Eider, Patrick Greve, La Salle; Jim Coy, Reading.


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Area teams got the track and field season going in earnest Friday in the Southwest Ohio Track and Cross Country Coaches' Association Classic at Fairfield. On the girls' side, defending Di· vision I state co-champion Mason, despite graduating 15 seniors, had enough firepower to hold offWalnut Hills 77-64. Walnut Hills placed second and Princeton was third. In the boys' competition, Middletown was first, followed by St. Xavier and Princeton. The Mason girls began the meet with a decisive win in the 4by-800 relay (9:35.28). Junior Angela Bizzarri anchored that relay for the Comets and also captured the 3,200 meters, an event in which she's the two-time defending state champion. Said Bizzarri: 'This year's team, we have a lot of new girls, but it's coming together nicely." The Comets placed second in the 4-by-100 and 4-by-200 relays. "I thought our relays really did a nice job tonight," said Mason coach Tony Affatato. "It was a really solid team performance tonight." The Middletown boys, fourth at

state last year in Division I, fin. ished with 83.5 points. "It wasn't our .'A' game,~ said Middletown coach Scott Dalton. "This early in the season, we're going to make mistakes.~ Middies senior Jeff See set a meet record in the 800 meters with a scorching 1:54.11 and anchored their winning 4-by-400 relay. "If we're in this shape now, where we can beat everybody, if we just keep working hard, we're going to beat them (later on)," said See. Middletown also got wins in the 100 meters, from jtmior Zack Da· vis, and the 4-by-100 relay. The Walnut Hills girls set meet records in the 4-by-200 (1:43.14) and 4-by-400 (4:01.00) relays. · Leading the way for the Eagles was senior Cori Carr, a winner in the 100hurdles (14.56) and the400 dash (58.72). Also for Walnut Hills, freshman Tara Hessel took fi:st in the 300 hurdles (46.29). "If you take over for me in the 300, you've got to win them all," Carr said jokingly of her advice to Hessel. "She's coming along real well." Turpin placed fourth in the girls' team standings, thanks largely to Chanelle Harmon's vic-

tories in the 100. and 200-meter events. Said Harmon: "I already set the bar for myself, so I just have to keep working at it." ]en Farmer (long jump) and Laure::t Price (pole vault) also were victorious for the Spartans. In the field events, Princeton's Brittney Dowdy was first in the shot put and second in the discus. Taylor's Emily Thompson outsprinted Emily MacLeod of Mount Notre Dame to capture the 1,600 meters in 5:18.21. Said Thompson. a two-time state cross country champ in Division II: "I tried to go with .200 (meters) left and she just passed me right back, so I just figured, 'I've got to go in the last 100 and try my best.'" Moeller's Luke Beuerlein notched close victories in the · 1,600- and 3,200-meter races. "It was something about the crowd," said Beuerlein of his 3,200 win. "I was starting to feel bad toward Lap 6, and I heard my coach screarr.ing. I got kind of a second win and just went." The only other multiple-event winner on the boys' side was Covington Catholic's Tun Duncan, who placed first in the 110 and 300 hurdles.·


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DIVISION I At Welcome Stadium Team Scoring (top 10) - 1. Middletown 75; 2. Wayne 43.5; 3· Beavercreek 38; 4· Dunbar 37; 5. Miamisburg and Trotwood-Madison 35; 7· Lakota East 33; 8. Vandalia Butler 30; 9· Northmont 22; 10. Cincinnati Colerain and Cincinnati St. Xavier 21. FINALS

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(TOP FOUR TO STATE) 1oom- 1. Brandon Saine (Piqua) 11.13; 2. Brandon Harrison (ChaminadeJulienne) 11.21; 2. Darison Williams (Trotwood-Madison) 11.23; 4. Zack Davis (Middletown) 11.28; 5. Joshua Jackson (Dunbar) 11-40; 6. Brandon Kruger (Springfield South) 11.40; 7· Larry Jones (Cin. Western Hills) 11.41; 8. Scott Johnson (Middletown) 11.50. 2oom- 1. Darison Williams (Trotwood-Madison) 22.21; 2. Joshua Jackson (Dunbar) 22.63; 3. David Bruton (Miamisburg) 22.64; 4· Terrance Sherrer (Cin. Colerain) 22.67; 5. Dee Conley (Middletown) 22.80; 6. Brandon Kruger (Springfield South) 23.00; 7· Charles Stanford (Mason) 23.02; 8. Aaron Hay (Cin. Moeller) 23.11. 400m- 1. Brandon Saine (Piqua) 47.74; 2. David Bruton (Miamisburg) 48.17; 3. Stephen Robinson (Trotwood-Madison) 48.8o; 4. Sean Egler (Bellefontaine) 49.54; 5. Alphonso Shepherd (Belmont) 49.96; 6. Eric Morton (Cin. LaSalle) 49.99; 7· Kevin Kappers (Cin. Anderson) 50.37; 8. Julian Posey (Cin. LaSalle) 50.65. Boom - 1. Jeff See (Middletown) 1:54.33; 2. William Johnson (Lakota East)

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' Pole Vault- 1. Matt Curry (Vandalia Butler) 15-0; 2. Patrick Tenbrinck (Cin.LaSalle) 14-6; 3. Eric Keyes (Cin. Princeton) 14-0; 4· Chris Waite (Cin. Moeller) 14-0; s. Chris Basil (Middletown) 13-6; 6. Alex Hamberg (Cin. Elder) 136; 7· Zane McDowell (Troy) 13-6; 8. Patrick Greve (Cin. LaSalle) 13-6. GIRLS Team Scoring (top 10) - 1. Mason 51; 2. Cincinnati Colerain 46; 3. Cincinnati Princeton 43; 4. Cincinnati Walnut Hills 40; 5· Wayne 38; 6. Chaminade-Julienne 36; 7. Chaminade-Julienne 35; 8. Wilmington 28; 9· Meadowdale 23; 10. Xenia 21. FINALS (TOP FOUR TO STATE) 1oom- 1. Ashley Bennett (Wayne) 12.66; 2. Lauren McCormick (Xenia) 12.68; 3. Tawnni Miles (Meadowdale) 12.70; 4. Chanelle Harmon (Cin. Turpin) 12.77; s. Princess Dobbs (Cin. Western Hills) 12.79; 6. Jada Beavers (Belmont) 12.99; 7· Chemika Smith (Meadowdale) 13.06; 8. Hope Zinser (Cin. Oak Hills 2oom- 1. Chanelle Harmon (Cin. Turpin) 26.21; 2. Mikeal Roberts (Cin. Princeton) 26-43; 3· Jada Beavers (Belmont) 26.52; 4. Lauren McCormick (Xenia) 26.62; s. Chemika Smith (Meadowdale) 26.66; 6. Anastasia Tarpeh (Cin. Walnut Hills) 26.98; 7. Hope Zinser (Cin. Oak Hills) 27.04; 8. Tawnni Miles (Meadowdale) 27.63. 400m- 1. Ashley Arnold (Wayne) 58.27; 2, Kwesi Seabrook (ChaminadeJulienne) 58.27; 3· Stacy Chew (Mason) 58.63; 4· Kylie Hayes (Piqua) 58.72; 5. Cori Carr (Cin. Walnut Hills) 59.00; 6. Crystal Burage (Cin. Colerain) 59.11; 7. Tiffany Johnson (Mount Healthy) 60-44; 8. Katelyn Turner (Lakota East) 61.76 8nom- 1. Jessica Davlin (Cin. Ursuline) 2:15.30; 2. Myeeah Scott (Cin. McAuley) 2:15.91; 3. Kaley Connelly (Lakota West) 2:15.97; 4· Casey Keefer (Lakota East) 2:16.16; s. Shannon Alejandro (Springfield North) 2:16.88; 6. Becky Clark (Cin. St. Ursula) 2:18.88; 7· Emma Kaplan (Wilmington) 2:22.52; 8. Celia Struble (Vandalia Butler) 2:23.64 1,6oom- 1. Angela Bizzarri (Mason) 5:03.16; 2. Kaley Connelly (Lakota West) 5:04.65; 3· Casey Keefer (Lakota East) s:os.o8; 4. Brittany Detzel (Cin. Colerain) 5:06-44; 5. Emily MacLeod (Cin. Mt. Notre Dame) 5:07.78; 6. Erin Ragourzis (Cin. Colerain) 5:15-40; 7· Janelle Avery (Wayne) 5:20.25; 8. Kelsey Flaherty (Mason) 5:23.88. 3,2oom- 1. Vanessa Gilbert (Fairmont) 11:07.02; 2. Angela Bizzarri (Mason) 11:21.89; 3· Ellen Knopf (Cin. Mother of Mercy) 11:22.99; 4. Justin Yauch (Cin. httn:/lwww.davtondailvnews.com/sports/content/sports/preps/daily/0529trackag.html

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I am in the process of preparing a wide spectrum of materials to give to Jerry Mauch Jewelers to engrave to keep everything current. Were there any track records set during this 2005 season? I would like to receive this information by Friday AM July ath so that I can take the request to Jerry by this weekend. Unless you object I will bring the Track Record Board up to the 'archives room' for safe keeping since it appears no one wishes to resume displaying either the track or the Swimming & Diving records in the cafeteria any longer. Please e-mail the information to me. Thanks, B.

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