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New London boys second, girls fourth at Seneca East

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Mar 24, 2019 at 12:49 AM

ATTICA — The New London boys finished second and the Wildcat girls were fourth at Saturday’s seven-team Seneca East Tiger Invitational in Attica.

Oak Harbor scored 173 points to win the boys team title, with New London finishing in second (127). Western Reserve (32) was fifth.

Oak Harbor also cruised to the girls title with 200.5 points, while New London had 64 points and Western was fifth with 30 points.

Pacing the New London boys was Clayton Landis, who won the discus with a threw of 129-feet-3, then took second in the shot put (44-feet-6.5).

Also taking first for the Wildcat boys was Jacob Allen in the pole vault (13 feet) and Curtis Joppeck in the 1600-meter run (4:49.13).

Earning second place for New London included Cayden Hofheins in the discus (128-6), Parker Ruble in the long jump (18-7.5), Mike Dalton in the 110 hurdles (18.94 seconds), Adante Hodge in the 100 dash (12.23), Mason Bess in the 300 hurdles (47.41) and Cole Kropka in the 3200 run (11:15.87).

Also finishing second for New London was the 4x800 relay team of Dom Albaugh, Kropka, Mitchell Joppeck and Curtis Joppeck in 9:00.99.

Aaron Reed was third in the 400 (57.77) for New London, and Benjamin Kalizewski was third in the pole vault (9-6).

For Western, JJ Weisenberger placed third in the long jump (18-6.5).

On the girls side, Marisa Molnar won both the shot put (35-1) and discus (112-9) for New London. Savanah Shaver also won the 1600 run for the ‘Cats in 5:49.8.

Placing second for New London included Gabrielle Osterland in the 3200 (13:19.74) and the 4x800 relay team of Kaylin Williams, Abigail Good, Osterland and Shaver (10:48.75).

Williams was third in the 1600 (6:00.12) and Esther Schmidt was also third in the 3200 (13:27.73).

For Western, the 4x200 relay team of Tabi Pausch, Karagan Kerby, Aliyah Perez and McKenna Woodruff took second in 55.12. Also finishing second for the ‘Riders was Alyssa Good in the shot put (34-4).

South Central’s Ellery McKee also placed second in the 100 hurdles in 18.18 seconds.

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