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April 30, 2014

Logan overcomes high winds, LCC to improve to 8-2

Logan overcomes high winds, LCC to improve to 8-2


The Warriors’ 4x100 relay team of Michael O’Donnell, Brandon DeGroot, Matt Shorter and Fox won in 47.2. The 4x800 team of Alex Williamson Braden Tankersley Zupin and Collins won in 9:10. The 4x400 team of Williamson, Fox, Kole Loehmer and Zupin also won.

Winamac hosts the bi-county meet on Friday.

Pioneer 83, Rochester 49

Pioneer’s Dylan Bice won the 1600 (5:04), 800 (2:17) and anchored the winning 1600 relay team that included Justin Mersch, Jonathan Phillips,and Jeremy Patty.

Mersch was also first in the 100 and 200 (24.5) and led off the winning 400 relay team that included Tyler Shaw, Kamrin Buell and Blake Johnson. Johnson also placed first in both the long jump (21-0) and high jump (5-10). Shaw took first in the shot put (43-10). Other first-place finishers included Jared Spencer in the 110 hurdles (17.6) and 300 hurdles (47.1) and Sam Kiser in the discus (136-7.5).

Laf. Jeff 75, Logan 57

Keyton Olmo and Alex Calisto were double winners for Logansport in its loss.

Olmo won the 110-meter hurdles. Calisto was tops in the 400 run. Jacob Graf placed first in the 3,200 run. Alex Emmerd took first in the discus, and Andrew Wamsley won the pole vault.

Olmo and Calisto joined Logan Ciotta and Zach Ellington in winning the 4x400 relay.

“The boys did fine in some real windy weather,” Logansport coach Randy Kuhn said. “We got to see what some kids could do to help figure out who we need to go with for the upcoming big meets. We have some kids that are starting to come around.”

Culver Acad. 49, Caston 46

Caston kept it close, only losing by three. Seth Cousins was a double winner for the Comets. Cousins won the 1,600 run (4:54) and 3,200 run (10:54.6).

Dustin Offenberger was tops in the shot put (38-5), and Victor Artero-Rios won the discus (88-10.5). Nash took first in the 300 hurdles (:48.3).

Girls track

Pioneer 72, Rochester 58

Pioneer’s Sarah Dorris was a quadruple winner, taking first in the 100 hurdles, 100 and long jump, and she teamed up with Maddie Boucher, Bailey Storey and Maddie Kiser to win the 1600 relay.

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