Highland’s Juliette Laracuente wins nationwide championship
Sparta – Highland observe and subject standout Juliette Laracuente continues so as to add to her resume.
The senior-to-be, a two-time Division II Ladies Lengthy Leap Out of doors Champion in Ohio, competed on the Adidas Nationwide Championships at North Carolina A&T in Greensboro, NC, over the weekend.
Laracuente received the ladies’ triple bounce with a private report of 39-feet, 11.5 inches, ending second by three-quarters of an inch. She was the nationwide runner-up within the lengthy bounce with an effort of 18-6.5 behind a profitable bounce of 19-1.5. She additionally completed fourth at 5-5 within the excessive bounce.
Boys Basketball Camp Held at Mount Gilead
Mount Gilead – The Mount Gilead boys’ basketball workforce not too long ago hosted a youth basketball camp for fourth to sixth graders. The camp centered on offensive and defensive fundamentals whereas instructing campers about teamwork, management, competitiveness and good sportsmanship.
Gamers additionally competed in quite a lot of competitions, together with 1-on-1, 3-on 3, scorching shot, free throw and dribbling competitions.
Members included Brody Leffler, Murphy Shad, Jackson Keever, Kirk Sayers, Alex Pauley, Zayden Shaw, Cooper Swint, Braxtian Struber, Aidan Bowersmith, Owen Pangborn, Dawson Davis, Benjamin Griffith, Parker Grimm, Benne Allen, Garrett Hendikson, Ricky had been concerned. Edwards, Alix Wehr, Andrew Gannon, Brock German, Dawson Pierce, Heather Barnum and Aiden MacLaine. Among the many highschool participant volunteers had been Quaid Harris, Matthew Bland, Aaron Gannon, Jacob Wilt, Ryan Swale and Rowen Fitzpatrick, coaches had been Dan Strasser and Gary Bartlett.
Ohio USA Monitor and Subject Championships this weekend
CEDARVILLE – The Ohio USA Monitor and Subject Championships will happen Saturday and Sunday at Cedarville College. Entries might be discovered at ohio.USATF.org and registration is offered by means of Athletic.web. If extra info is required, name Jim Fisher at 740-602-0050 or Gary Williams at 740-383-4494.
Marion Retailers 16U Baseball Workforce Wins Event
Findlay – The Marion Retailers 16U baseball workforce received the Manufacturing unit Findlay Event, a Midwest match held final weekend.
In pool play, the Retailers defeated the Buckeye Bombers 8–3 and the LA Dodgers (previously the Detroit Bees) 6–5. In bracket play, the Retailers first earned a spherical by after which defeated the Premier, OH, 6–5, and the Ohio Starz 1–0 within the championship recreation. Within the final 5 years the workforce has been collectively, it was probably the most difficult-fought match sequence to win.
Workforce members are Maddox McGuire, Jake Chapman, Eliza Sayre, Cooper Drebbels, Stephen Castillo, Caden Fritz, Bradley Pennington, Aiden Hines, Tracy Watson, Austin Allen, Luke Blum, Wyatt Frazier, Derek Prosse, head coach CJ Allen and assistants. Luke McGuire, Jim Blum and Brian Drebbelbus,
The 2022 Marion Retailers 16U workforce consists of gamers from Norwalk St Paul, Marion Harding, Elgin, Lexington, Seneca East, Galleon, Ontario and Westerville South.
Two Vikings to Compete in School
Caledonia – Two current River Valley graduates will compete in faculty. Riley Gerfen will play baseball at Bethany School in West Virginia, whereas Annabelle Gandert will compete in ladies’s soccer, equestrian and observe and subject at St. Andrew’s College in North Carolina.