girls track regional champs

GIRLS TRACK/FIELD WINS 10TH REGIONAL TITLE!

OFF TO STATE THIS WEEK!

The MASON girls track & field team won their 10th Regional title last Friday night at Dayton Wayne. The Comet girls won the title with a 1-point victory over GMC rival Princeton, that came down to the final event. It was a great team effort on both Wednesday and Friday that propels many of the girls to qualify for this weeks State meet.

The top four finishers in each event qualified to compete at the State Championship in Columbus, June 1st and 2nd.  The meet takes place at Jesse Owens Stadium on the Ohio State campus. 

STATE QUALIFIERS:

1st place finishers:

Shot Put - Amaya King

400 - Maddie Ullom

2nd place finishers:

4x400 - Milan McNulty, Lily Hallum, Faith Min, Maddie Ullom
Discus - Amaya King

3rd place finishers:

4x800 - Lily Hallum, Faith Min, Brooke Harvey, Maddie Ullom

800 - Faith Min

4th place finishers:

4x200 - Kaylie Connors, Grace Tang, Nimi Oyelese, Aliyah El-Naggar

CLICK HERE for all the regional results.

CONGRATULATION TO ALL AND GOOD LUCK AT STATE!

 

BOYS TRACK/FIELD

QUALIFY COMET CONTINGENT TO STATE!

 
The "Men of Mason" track/field team had a solid showing at the OHSAA Regional meet last Friday.   The Comet boys placed several on the podium and got a handful qualified to State.  It was a tough night on some fronts, but there were positives as well.  Mason finished 6th overall as a team.

The positives were, that the 4x400 had a great night and ran one of our best times in years!  The 4x100 rallied from a low point a few weeks ago and placed 6th, looking strong.  The 400 dash saw Akari Porter making it out with a season-best time, as did Carter Witmer Gautsch in the 300 hurdles.  

Mason did have some tough breaks with a few 5th places and a few unfortunate events.  The 4x800 relay did not make it out as we had a tough day at the office. The 4x200 had a disqualification and Davis Robey missed qualifying by just 3 inches in the shot put.  

Aside from the tough breaks head coach Chip Dobson commented that he could not be more proud of the men this year. They worked very hard, had a great spirit and were able to secure both GMC and District Championships in the process.  

CLICK HERE for all the regional results.

The OHSAA State Track and Field Championship will be in Columbus, June 1st, and 2nd.  The meet takes place at Jesse Owens Stadium on the Ohio State campus.


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