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Published: Wednesday, 5/19/2010

Scoreboard: 5-19

Districts

Division II

At Oak Harbor

Top four advance to regionals

Boys

3200 relay-1, Perkins (Bill Fial, Chris Baxter, Michael Mulvin, Nate Huntley) 8:19.5; 2, Napoleon 8:21; 3, Huron 8:24; 4, Lake 8:26.6.

Girls

3200 relay-1, Oak Harbor (Kaitlyn Harvey, Kia Frank, Allie Dresser, Kristin Rios) 10:02.43; 2, Huron 10:16.23; 3, Genoa 10:21.35; 4, Perkins 10:21.97.

Pole vault-1, Julia Walters (Bellevue) 10-4; 2, Malcolm (Genoa) 9-0; 3, Schneider (Margaretta) 8-6; 4, Trent (Perkins) 8-6; 5, Hoffman (Clyde) 8-6. (five will advance).

SPORTLIGHT

May 19

1973–Secretariat, ridden by Ron Turcotte, rallies from last with a powerful move on the clubhouse turn to win the Preakness Stakes by 21/2 lengths over Sham.

1974–The Philadelphia Flyers beat the Boston Bruins 1-0 to win the Stanley Cup in six games.

1979–Spectacular Bid, ridden by Ron Franklin, wins the Preakness Stakes by an easy 51/2 lengths over Golden Act.

1991–Willy T. Ribbs becomes the first black driver to make the lineup for the Indianapolis 500.

U.S. Open qualifier

At Maumee Bay

LOCAL QUALIFIER: first alternate--Michael Balcar, Toledo, 73.

CENTRAL CATHOLIC CAMPS: Central Catholic's boys basketball camp, led by coach Jim Welling, will take place June 21-24 at the Sullivan Center. The camp is led by coach Jim Welling. Times are 9-11:30 a.m. for incoming grades 4-6 and 12:30-3 p.m. for incoming grades 7-9. Cost is $50 each, or $40 each for four or more players from the same team. The Central Catholic football camp, led by coach Greg Dempsey, is scheduled for July 7-9 from 9 a.m.-noon at the Gallagher Athletic Complex. The camp is for incoming grades 3-9. Cost is $40. Registration deadline for both camps is June 7. Information: www.centralcatholic.org under Breaking News, or call 419-255-2280.

DIVISION I TRACK: The Division I district boys and girls track meet is scheduled Thursday starting at 4 p.m. and Saturday starting at 11 a.m. at St. Francis deSales High School. Admission: $6 for adults, $4 for students.



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