Ohio southwest district cross country meet

Fish Report: D-III Girls Southwest District Cross Country Preview

ohio southwest district cross country meet

The girls cross country team has won the OHSAA Southwest District boys varsity tennis for Marion (Ind.) High School for two years before returning to Ohio. on first place by only 8 points in the NRHS Cross Country Invitational Sept. OHSAA State Cross Country Tournament postponed until November 10th, Click link (8/25/18). Southwestern Conference (SWC) Preview Meet (8/25/18). XC Running Race totals. Below is a Year, Meets, Races, Total Runners, Girls MS, Girls HS, Boys MS, Boys HS, Women College, Men College. ,

He then followed that up with his fastest time of the year in He was second at the Troy DII regional in In the photo above, he is shown finishing at the state meet.

Athlete - Rachel Ploeger Monroe Rachel had some impressive wins this year in her most important meets. She won the Southwestern Buckeye League meet in In the picture above, she is shown running at the state meet where she recorded the highest place of any VOA district runner in any girls division.

Southwest District Cross Country

Loramie's on November 10, Pictured from left to right with their place in the team race and their times are Dan Shisler th It needs to be said here that Summit had a perfect score at the VOA district meet going to score the lowest possible total of Photo by Geoff Blankenship at Mason Invitational.

Here they are in no particular order. Smith recorded a time of She also placed fifth in the long jump feet She was the state runner-up in the hurdles those two seasons but this year finally got the gold in the meter hurdles in her career best time of Happiness is winning a state championship with your career best time. Dustin Horter, Lakota East For the second-straight year, Lakota East's Dustin Horter is the king of the meter run, the so called metric mile of four times around the track.

He also placed third in the 3, finishing with a time of 9: He graduates from Lakota East as the greatest distance runners in Southwest Ohio having set four new city records this spring in the m, m, mile run and m. Dustin has signed with Indiana University whose coaches were on hand for Horter's final races at state.

WA for his final prep race.

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In the photo below taken by Alex Vehr of the Cincinnati Enquirer, Dustin signals his status as the best ever Cincinnati prep runner. Angel Gazaway, Princeton Princeton senior Angel Gazaway won the meter hurdles by a half second Saturday night recording a time of Gazaway also placed seventh in the state in the hurdles This was Gazaway's first year at state, and she credits first year coach Darren Braddix with pushing her to succeed at this level.

ohio southwest district cross country meet

She's slightly ahead of last year's times and that spells trouble for her opponents. Karmen is having another fantastic season and that's why she's my pick to win back-to-back titles.

ohio southwest district cross country meet

Karmen has four wins so far in and will be aiming for a fifth this Saturday Katelyn Stapleton, freshman, West Liberty-Salem - I watched Katelyn run the first race of her high school career back in August at the Bob Schul Invitational in West Milton. Fans could immediately tell she was talented and bold, taking the lead from a trio of Minster girls in the opening mile. Katelyn expended a lot of energy early and almost didn't finish, eventually stumbling across the line in 20th place.

It's amazing how much a runner can mature in a couple months. So, she'll be running the same course two weeks in a row and she's a much smarter runner now than back in August. She's also too much of a competitor not to go for the win and I fully expect to see that on Saturday. Katelyn has been running up front all season and you can bet she will at Cedarville Addie Engel, sophomore, Catholic Central - Addie has been a star since she stepped on the high school cross country course her freshman year and won three big regular season meets.

Then post season rolled around and skeptics asked Addie who? Folks quickly found out who Addie was when she won the southwest regional meet, then put an exclamation point on her season at state with a personal record That time was one of her slower performances this season, but ahead of where she was last year at this time.

I believe Addie is one of three girls with a legitimate shot at winning the 3.

ohio southwest district cross country meet

For a school that doesn't have enough runners to qualify as a team, a competitive teammate is always a good thing and that's what you get with this combo. While Karmen is winning races, Skipp has been following in her footsteps.

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Maybe stepping on her heels is a better way to put it. Skipp has one win this year, the Tri-Village Invitational in late September.

ohio southwest district cross country meet

Last week she finished 2nd at the CCC in a personal best I expect Skipp to be in that second wave of runners this Saturday. However, I wouldn't be surprised if she decided to follow in the shadow of her teammate either.

Skipp has nine Top 10 finishes already this year and should get another one at districts Zoe Utsinger, sophomore, Twin Valley South - I consider myself a big cross country fan, but I'll admit, until last weekend I'd never heard of Zoe Utsinger.

As a matter of fact, I searched through my photo archives and Zoe was always pictured far back in the distance. With good reason too. She was a minute runner as a freshman and ran in the 21's for most of this season.

ohio southwest district cross country meet

Apparently she's figured out this running thing though, because on September 30th she finished 10th at the Buck Creek Invitational in an impressive Then last Saturday she clocked a personal record I'll be interested to see if Zoe can keep the momentum she's established these last few weeks and make a name for herself at the district meet.

Grace Adams, sophomore, West Liberty-Salem - Grace is one of those runners every coach would love to have. She's consistent and she's consistently good. Since the halfway point of her freshman year Grace almost always runs in the 19's and, outside of the state meet, she's always in the top ten finishers. She ran a There's just too much talent in my opinion for Grace to win this weekend, but I wouldn't be going out on a limb to say she'll run another something and finish with another top ten.