AREA TRACK ATHLETES HEADED TO STATE MEET THIS COMING WEEKEND

 

Everyone at Big Time Sports wishes to congratulate all of the area track and field athletes and coaches who have qualified for the State meet in Columbus on Friday and Saturday. Individual qualifiers from the Big Time Sports coverage area are listed below along with two special advisories from the OHSAA for fans attending the event.

DIVISION I BOYS

Marlington- Lane Knoch

Glenoak- Abe Billings, Michael Contrucci, Gabe Feola, Dai'Quan Johnson, Ryan Meister, Tay Pryor,

Tate Rhoades, Dean Sarris, Pierlus Stewart, Andrew White, Austin Wylde

McKinley- Steve Ashcraft, Charles Hall, Tellis Horne, Jamison Strickland, Deshawn White,

Prayer Wise

Louisville- Nick Chaplick, Noah Chaplick, Zach Fresenko, Noah Murray

Jackson- Garrett Alger, Preston Johnson, Brayden Poling

Massillon- Thayer Munford

Hoover- Matt Peare

DIVISION I GIRLS

Glenoak- Kinsey Knoch, Shay Rosegreen, Grace Warren, Hannah Warren

McKinley- Azure Curtis Louvenia Garner. J'Za Skinner, Dejah Tabler

Green- Kaitlyn Hawkins

Louisville- Morgan Cole, Grace Collins, Kayla Gibson, Cassidy Kiko

Jackson- Olivia Hurtt

Perry- Taylor Anthony, Peyton Clarke, Morgan Fisher, Laila Strickland

Massillon- Juanita Gray Aniya Lowery, Toleeshe McElroy, Karrah Specer, Maria Welch

Hoover- Lindsay Robinson

DIVISION II BOYS

West Branch- Landon Burns, Carson Gusset, Ethan Griffith, Rob Lozier

Northwest-- Luke Fennel

Canton South- Arthur Miles

Carrollton- Preston Berry, Caleb Dalton, Jose Diaz, Chase Flanagan, Quinton Huggett

Dan Lampe, Cole Lovett, Brenton Miller

Norwayne- Traevon Alford, Brevin Harris, Owen Sullivan, Elmer Zollinger

Chippewa- Jared Gay

Indian Valley- Trevor Ault, Nick Haga, Brandon Leggett, Matt Love, Zach Love, Garrent Mozena,

Hunter Probert

Tuslaw- Andrew Wenzel

West Holmes- Brayden Chaney, Josh Goudy

Fairless- Andrew Hall, Nikita Landis

Orrville- Jaden Barnhill, Jake Fitzgerald, Tommy Hayes, Shelton Smothers

Salem- Josh Andrews, Jackson Corbisello, Trey Double, Turner Johnson, Connor McKee

Les Murray, Quinlan Rumsey

Garaway- Jarrod Hunt

Claymont- Blake Linard

Triway- Hunter Brown, Curtis Burgan, Austin Davis, Dylan Eshler, Mason Phillips,

Dlyan Prost

Tusky Valley- Justin Merrick

DIVISION II GIRLS

Manchester- Alyssa Matheny

Carrollton- Grace Bartlow, Alivia Bently, Allison Davis, Micah Donley, Madi Dunlap

Chippewa- Sarah Cannon, Kylie Fletcher

Indian Valley- Mikayla Baker, Celina Mayforth, Alex Piraino, Kiara Rakestraw,

Kitanna Rakestraw, Shannon Regula Brittney Roth, Shaylee Shepherd

Tuslaw- Ke' Aijhan Strong

West Holmes- Michelle Hostettler, Taylor Yerian

Minerva- Ava Burman, Sarah Carver, Ashley Gulling,Amananda Kukunis, Alyssa Markins,

Emmelee Markins, Skylar Trussell

Fairless-- Kennady Gibbins, Sophie Wentling

Orrville- Sedona Castro Goodard, Alex Eby, Tehya Hall, Maya Hamsher, Chloe Johnson

Karlie Lax, Kayla Maximovich, Ashley Stiffler Alexis Tillison

Salem- Caitlyn Marx

Triway- Kaitlyn Merwin

Tusky Valley- Madi DeBos

DIVISION III BOYS

East Canton- Joel Berger, Josh Conrad, Wyatt Deutschman, Colt Hemphill, Zach McClaskey

James Mc Cullough, Mitch Mitchell, Travis Nelson, Demetrius Snellenberger,

Nathaniel Sundheimer, Cody Vacco

Rittman- Mikey McDermott

Smithville- Jeremiah Butler, Lucas Clark, Joe Coudriet, Justin McKeal, Noah Riggenbach,

Trent Shane, Cole Smith

St. Thomas Aquinas- Andrew George, Ty Jovingo, Javaz Mincy, Michael Sommers

Edward Walsh

DIVISION III GIRLS

Waynedale- Sami Ice

Tusarawas Central Catholic- Regina Gonano

Canton Central Catholic- Maddie Grillo, Angela Maio, Emily Paul, Megan Soehnlen

Malvern- Kelsi Hulit, Zoe Moser

Norwayne- Maddie Hall, Audrey Bishop, Kelly Hess, Kasey Keith, Savannah Powley,

Rachel Schmidt, Allie Studer, Grace Sullivan

St. Thomas Aquinas- Ryley Kling, Allison May Hannah Ohman, Hannah Soehnlen,

Kacee Soehnlen, Kalee Soehnlen

Rittman- Kenedy Bernadin, Briana Busic, Kacie Dingess, Emily Hovest, Madison Martin

Smithville- Taylor McCanna

Garaway- Carly Jacobs

State Meet Traffic Advisory
Due to multiple events occurring in the area, all guests coming to Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium for the state track and field meet should use the Ackerman Road exit from State Route 315. For reference, Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium is located at 2450 Fred Taylor Drive, Columbus, but please use the Ackerman Road exit even if coming from south of the stadium.

East Side Spectator Seating Note
Due to construction at OSU’s Woody Hayes Athletic Center, the bleacher seating on the east side of the stadium has been removed. Fans watching the long jump will have access to bleachers south of the east side straight-away, which is indicated by No. 19 on the facility map

More information is available on the Ohio High School Athletic Association web site



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