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2019 OHSAA State Track & Field Championships

State Track & Field Championships at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium,  The Ohio State University, Columbus
Division I
Boys
42. Shawnee 5
100 Meter Dash: 6. Christian Ford, Shawnee
200 Meter Dash: 7. Christian Ford, Shawnee
3200 Meter Run: 5. Mhalicki Bronson, Defiance

Complete Results

Division II
Boys

17. Van Wert 11, 61. Elida 2
110 Meter Hurdles: 9. KeShawn Spivey, Elida
4×100 Meter Relay: 7. Elida (Dravyn Jones/Cameron Fetter/Nazareus Wright/Arzaiah Little)
High Jump: 4. Blake Henry, Van Wert
Long Jump: 9. Ty Howell, St. Marys
Shot Put: 3. Austin Clay, Van Wert
Pole Vault: 16. Jacob Michael, Elida

Girls
7. Van Wert 22, 63. Ottawa-Glandorf 2, 69. Elida 1
4×800 Meter Relay: 12. Defiance (Emily Wahl/Lauren Morales/Katie Crites/Shay Soukup)
800 Meter Run: 11. Shay Soukup, Defiance; 16. Caylee Phillips, Van Wert
4×100 Meter Relay: 8. Elida (Jency Jenkins/Jasmine Jones/Epifany Johnson/Kylie Lewis)
Discus Throw: 1. Kirsten Clay, Van Wert – State Champion; 7. Grace Hoffman, Ottawa-Glandorf
Shot Put: 2. Jill Gemmer, Van Wert; 5. Kirsten Clay, Van Wert

Complete Results

Kirsten Clay, Van Wert – 2019 Division II Discus Throw State Champion

2019 WBL Softball All-League Teams

WBL Player of the Year: Maddy Luebke – Celina – Senior
WBL Co-Coaches of the Year: Dennis Parrish – Defiance & Nicole Driggs – Celina

First Team
Kali Armstrong – Bath – 12
Maddy Luebke – Celina – 12
Emily Keith – Celina – 12
Laken George – Shawnee – 12
Caileigh Jimenez – Defiance – 12
Alex Daum – Wapakoneta – 11
Emalee McKenzie – Defiance – 11
Kennedi Sullivan – Bath – 12
Abbey Ambroza – Shawnee – 11
Lauren Moore – Van Wert – 11

Second Team
McKenzie Miller – Elida – 10
Chandler Clark – Bath – 10
Taylor Turner – Celina – 11
Katelyn Yoder – Ottawa-Glandorf – 12
Alyssa Alexander – St. Marys – 12
Selena Garcia – Defiance – 11
Jasmine Reisinger – Kenton – 10
Shalom McNeal – Shawnee – 10
Allie Wilson – Wapakoneta – 9

Third Team
Riley Liames – Bath – 12
Maddie Dosseck – Wapakoneta – 10
Carlee Smiddy – Defiance – 11
Addie Miller – Elida – 11
Carmi Winegardner – Shawnee – 10
Alexis Metz – Van Wert – 12
Lacie Nichols – Kenton – 10
Emma Ellerbrock – Ottawa-Glandorf – 12
Kiley Tennant – St. Marys – 10

Honorable Mention
Tori Dackin – Bath – 12
Sydney Lehman – Celina – 10
Jordan Davis – Defiance – 11
Abby Smith – Elida – 12
Chesney Moore – Kenton – 12
Erica Annesser – Ottawa-Glandorf – 11
Karsyn McGlothen – St. Marys
Emma Tippie – Shawnee – 12
Olivia Kline – Van Wert – 12
Corrin Wilder – Wapakoneta – 10

2019 OHSAA Baseball Tournament Brackets

Division II
Bowling Green Regional
Van Wert

Tiffin District
Celina, Elida, Kenton, Shawnee, St. Marys, Van Wert, Wapakoneta

Archbold District
Defiance

Division III
Elida District
Bath, Ottawa-Glandorf

Shawnee wins 2018-2019 Superior Credit Union WBL All Sports Trophy

With the completion of the 2018 – 2019 sports season the Western Buckeye League would like to announce that the Shawnee Indians are this year’s winner of the Superior Credit Union All Sports Trophy.

Shawnee won the Superior Credit Union All Sports Trophy with a total of 142.5 points. The Indians won two WBL team titles (Girls Tennis, Boys Swimming) while achieving six runner ups positions (Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Girls CC, Boys Golf, Boys Basketball and Girls Track).

Finishing second with 139.5 points were the St. Marys Roughriders. St. Marys won four outright team titles (Boys CC, Boys Golf, Boys & Girls Bowling) and shared one title (Football).

Only one point separated the third – fourth – and fifth place finishers. Wapakoneta was third with 129.5 points, Ottawa-Glandorf was fourth with 129 points and Defiance was fifth with 128.5 points.

Wapakoneta won one outright (Wrestling) team title and shared the Football title. Ottawa-Glandorf won five outright titles (Volleyball, Boys & Girls Basketball, Girls Swimming, and Boys Tennis). This was the most by any school. Defiance won three outright titles (Boys & Girls Cross Country, and Girls Track. They also shared two titles (Baseball & Softball).

Points are awarded for each sport according to the conference standings. First place is awarded 10 points, second 9, third 8, etc. Other schools winning/ sharing individual team titles were: Celina – Softball, Kenton – Boys Soccer, Van Wert – Baseball.

2019 OHSAA Track & Field Regionals

Division I Regional at Amherst
First four boys & girls in each event qualify to State
Boys
22. Shawnee 11, 27. Defiance 8, 42. Celina 1
State Qualifiers:
100 Meter Dash: 4. Christian Ford, Shawnee
200 Meter Dash: 3. Christian Ford, Shawnee
3200 Meter Run: 2. Mhalicki Bronson, Defiance

Girls
Shawnee 0
State Qualifiers:
none
Complete Results

Division II Regional at Piqua
First four boys & girls in each event qualify to State
Boys
7. Elida 28, 10. Van Wert 25, 28. St. Marys 8, 44. Ottawa-Glandorf 1
State Qualifiers:
110 Meter Hurdles: 1. KeShawn Spivey, Elida
4×100 Meter Relay: 3. Elida (Dravyn Jones/Cameron Fetter/Nazareus Wright/Arzaiah Little)
High Jump: 2. Blake Henry, Van Wert
Shot Put: 1. Austin Clay, Van Wert

Girls
5. Van Wert 36, 10. Defiance 19, 18. Elida 13.60, 26. Ottawa-Glandorf 6, 32. Bath 4, 38. Celina 3
State Qualifiers:
800 Meter Run: 1. Caylee Phillips, Van Wert; 3. Shay Soukup, Defiance
4×100 Meter Relay: 3. Elida (Jency Jenkins/Jasmine Jones/Epifany Johnson/Kylie Lewis)
Discus Throw: 2. Kirsten Clay, Van Wert; 3. Grace Hoffman, Ottawa-Glandorf
Complete Results

2019 WBL Baseball All-League Teams

WBL Player of the Year: Noah Adcock – Elida – Senior
WBL Co-Coaches of the Year: Charlie Witten – Van Wert & Tom Held – Defiance

1st Team
Noah Adcock – Elida – 12
Lawson Blackmore – Van Wert – 12
Lex Boedicker – Bath – 10
Jordan Davis – Elida – 11
Logan Maxwell – Shawnee – 10
Blayne Robinson – Defiance – 12
Brandon Shafer – Defiance – 12
Jaxson Amweg – Van Wert – 12
Parker Maurer – Celina – 12
Brady Erb – Wapakoneta – 12

2nd Team
Owen Treece – Van Wert – 10
Luke Burger – Elida – 11
Brayden Lybarger – Elida – 10
Jacob Howard – Defiance – 9
Henry Spencer – St. Marys – 11
Dylan Trogdlon – St. Marys – 10
Justin Behnke – Shawnee – 12
Adalberto Vega – Defiance – 12
Ryan Carrico – Wapakoneta – 12

3rd Team
Kale Ebling – Shawnee – 12
Jalen McCracken – Van Wert – 12
Hayden Maples – Van Wert – 12
Bransen Miller – Celina – 12
Jacob Balbaugh – Ottawa-Glandorf – 10
Cole Parlapiano – Bath – 12
Trey Fisher – St. Marys – 11
Jett Makar – Wapakoneta – 12
Cooper Talowsky – Wapakoneta – 10

Honorable Mention
Carter Parlapiano – Bath – 9
Grant Wagner – Celina – 12
Cameron McDonald – Defiance – 11
TJ Whipple – Elida – 12
Garrett Thomas – Kenton – 11
Ethan Alt – Ottawa-Glandorf – 11
Jake Hutchins – Shawnee – 12
Braedan Trogdlon – St. Marys – 10
Parker Conrad – Van Wert – 11
Nate Ambos – Wapakoneta – 12