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May 29—TIFFIN — After dominating the events all spring, Jacob Jarrett will see his season in the sprint hurdles end in fitting fashion.

The Western Reserve junior won the 110-meter hurdles and finished third in the 300 hurdles on Friday at the rainy Division III regional championship meet at Columbian High School’s Frost-Kalnow Stadium in Tiffin.

The top four placers in reach event at the regional qualified for the state championships, which will be held at Westerville North High School on June 4-5.

Jarrett ran the 110 hurdles in 15.79 seconds and the 300 in 40.67 seconds. Also for Western Reserve, Jonathon Fisher was fifth in the 200 (23.92), while the 4×100 relay of Fisher, Aiden Beck, Aiden Edwards and Jarrett placed seventh in 45.7 seconds.

South Central will be represented by a pair of top four placers in the field events on the girls side. Angela Williams took second in the long jump (16-feet-11), while Onalee Keysor was third in the pole vault (10 feet) for the Trojans.

Also for South Central, Grace Lamoreaux was fifth in the 100 hurdles (16.4) and Claire Osborn was ninth in the discus throw (105-feet-8).

Western Reserve’s Aliyah Perez finished in a dead even tie with Woodmore’s Olivia Vogelpohl in the 800 run, as both crossed the line in 2:22.86, and each will advance to state.

Other placers from Friday included Monroeville’s Stacey Legg in the 100 (13.57) and St. Paul’s Sarah Matlack in the 400 (61.51), as each placed sixth. New London’s Abigail Good was 12th in the 800 (2:30.36), as was Reese Landis in the 3200 (12:56.79) and Kaitlyn Gum in the discus (94-feet-6).

For St. Paul, Ian Deeter was ninth in the 1600 run in 4:44.78. Ryan Gross was 12th in the 800 (2:11.81), Gavin Ross was 15th in the 3200 (10:33.31) and Megan Leibold was 14th in the discus (92-feet-8).

Two FC runners make state

CHILLICOTHE — Several area competitors from New London and South Central competed on Friday in the finals at the Div. III regional meet at Chillicothe High School.

In the 400 dash, South Central junior Trey Beverly crossed the finish line in 51.55 seconds to place third and advance to next week’s state meet. His teammate, senior Mason Kiesel, placed fifth in the shot put at 49-feet-6.5 to just miss advancing to state in two throwing events. He qualified for the state discus throw on Wednesday.

Also earning a spot at the state championships was New London’s Tyler Twining. He lowered his time in the 800 run from 2:01.75 to 2:00.58, which was good for fourth place on Friday.

New London’s Mike Dalton was fifth in the 300 hurdles (42.74 seconds) and also fifth in the pole vault (12 feet).

Also for New London, Cole Kropka, New London was eighth in the 3200 run in 10:19.89, while teammate Braeden Geist was ninth in 10:24.29. Plymouth senior Levi Robinson was 12th in 10:45.43.