Another week has gone by and I continue to see athletes of ours doing GREAT things. These are just a few I saw in the paper and looking up results. Maybe you were competing against one of these athletes and were lucky enough to see them compete.
- Haven’t mentioned Aziza Ayoub’s name in quite a while, but she has started running track again. This past Monday at a CSG Invitational, the Jonathan Alder track runner captured first place in the Mile and 800M and was part of the winning mile and 2 mile relay teams.
- Sam Huyge got second place in the 400M at the Pickerington Ridgview Middle School Invitational. If it sounds like a big deal, that’s because it was since there were a ton of middle school teams there.
- Reed Farmer helped his Hilliard Davidson 2 mile relay team capture first place at the Hilliard Bradley Invitational. He also ran the open 800M and I think, I could be wrong, but I think he got a new PR (personal record).
- Anna Kessler ran for her St. Andrew mile relay team and those ladies set a new Diocesan record in the mile relay breaking a 14 year old record. Two of her teammates, Kilyn McGuff and Brooklyn Brush, also have participated in our summer track program.
- Gib Cornett helped his Canal Winchester 4×200 relay team capture first place at the Stingel invitational at Pickerington North. Getting third place in that same event was Dublin Scioto who had one of our athletes, Eric Holsinger, running acre.
- Tony Rogner helped his Bishop Watterson distance medley team capture first place at the Big Walnut Relays. Tony ran the 400M portion of that race.
- In a non-track mention, the area hitting leaders came out and Preston Eisnaugle of Jonathan Alder was among the area batting and RBI leaders. Preston worked with us all winter to get ready for this season.
WHEW!! That is a lot of athletes doing well representing their schools this week. And allowing me to plug them in our newsletter and brag on their account.