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Southview and Perrysburg have recently ruled track and field in the Northern Lakes League their own particular way.
The Cougars’ boys more so than the Yellow Jackets’ girls, yet both continued to have a dominating presence during the NLL meet Friday at Maumee. Southview, led by seniors Malcolm Johnson and J.J. Pinckney, claimed a fourth straight NLL boys team championship. Perrysburg, paced by seniors Courtney Clody and Taylor Monheim, repeated as NLL girls team champions. READ MORE
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There was plenty of drama Friday night at the Three River Athletic Conference track and field championships at Clay.
With the boys team title on the line in the final meters of the final event, the 1600 relay, Whitmer senior Chris Boykin outdueled St. John’s Jesuit sophomore Jake Barnes by less than half a second. READ MORE
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GIBSONBURG — The Toledo Christian girls and the Gibsonburg boys repeated as champions Friday at the Toledo Area Athletic Conference track and field meet.
The TC girls were led by senior Darian Westmeyer and freshman Morgan Dembowski, who both won multiple events. The Golden Bear boys were paced by senior Andy Burmeister and sophomore Marcus Tille, who also captured multiple titles READ MORE
- DI track: Ross boys 2nd, Findlay girls 3rd; BG’s Horrigan wins pole vault at district
- DII track: Eastwood boys, Oak Harbor girls win district titles
- St. John’s wins TRAC title; Clay captures girls crown
- Blue Devils softball takes control of NLL
- St. John’s sweeps to TRAC championship