|CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS FROM PIKETON * Monday, August 23rd
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|Boys: Unioto finished second to Athens
Girls: Zane Trace won...Taylor Hatfield took individual title with a time of 20:00
|PAINT VALLEY CROSS COUNTRY INVITE
|WF Boys, ZT Girls take team titles
At Paint Valley's Seip Mound Invite this weekend, the Westfall boys posted 42 points which was one
point better than host Paint Valley. The Bearcats were solid in their top three runners as Logan Markko
finished third with a time of 16:58, Daniel Gardner fourth at 17:35 and Logan Krivack was fifth at 18:03.
Other SVC teams inlcuded Southeastern in fourth with 85 points and Zane Trace scored 132 points as
they finished sixth.
On the girls' side, Taylor Hatfield crossed the line first at 19:36 to lead her Lady Pioneers to the team
title. Teammate Jessie Proehl (2nd) and Kinnedy Hatfield (10th) both finished in the top-10 as well.
Southeastern's Rachel Ball recorded a top-5 finish with a time of 22:51 to help her Lady Panthers to a
sixth place finish. Westfall finished with 70 points in third place with Deidre Teets finishing sixth overall.
Other SVC scoring including host Paint Valley in fourth led by Taylor Baker, and Adena finished fifth
with 117 points.
JUNIOR HIGH RESULTS: Westfall boys & Zane Trace girls won
|Shermans enjoy solid showing in Cross Country Classic at Pickerington
On Saturday, Unioto competed in the bigger school division known as the Panther Division at the
Pickerington Cross Country Classic. Adrain Ross posted a very impressive individual win to lead the
Tanks to a sixth-place finish out of 19 teams. Unioto was the top Division II team in a field that was
made up of several elite Division I schools.
In the girls' race, Unioto finished 21st out of 24 total schools. The top runner for the Lady Shermans was
Mallory Retherford with a time of 23:56.
The Unioto Cross Country Team participated in the Circleville Kiwanis Invitational Saturday morning. Twenty-three schools and
over 200 runners participated
The D-II #6 ranked Unioto boys won the meet which featured D-II state #8 Brookville, and D-III State #7 Liberty Union. The
boys ran a 16:55 average and scored 36 points which are both Unioto records for the event.
Adrian Ross won the individual title. His time of 15:40 was the second fastest time ever run by a Unioto runner, and also sets a
new course record breaking the old course record set by 2010 Circleville graduate and 3200 state track champion Brad Liston.
The boysâ€™ team also had top ten overall performances from Jeremy Sandusky in seventh-place at 17:08 and Sammy Holbert in
eighth-place with a 17:09.
Other scorers for the Shermans were Doug French who finished in 11th place with a time of 17:18 and Zane Taylor finished 13th at
17:20. Anthony Edwards posted a time of 17:40 and Ethan Richter ran a 17:43 to round out the Unioto runners.
|Ross runs to another first-place finish as Unioto wins the Circleville Kiwanis Invite
|Paint Valley boys, Zane Trace girls take team titles at Westfall Tuesday night
Paint Valley's Daniel Gardner set a school record with a time of 16:54 in his second-place finish to lead Paint
Valley to a one-point win over Westfall. The other Bearcats that placed in the winning total included Logan
Markko (4th), Logan Krivak (7th), Riley Markko (11th), and Logan Wilson (28th).
Zane Trace was also at the invite and the Pioneers were led by Brian Schambs and Bill McWhorter.
On the girls' side, Taylor Hatfield recorded another win to lead her Lady Pioneers to a win. Jess Proehl (3rd),,
Cecelia Wallace (4th), Kinnedy Hatfield (14th), and Eva Bugg (22nd) finished out the winning roster.
For Paint Valley, the Lady Bearcats were led by freshman Taylor Baker. Baker finished in eighth place.
|Saturday a solid day for SVC Cross Country
Unioto's Ross, ZT girls, PV boys, Piketon's Manley, ZT's Hatfield all earn wins
Adrian Ross won an impressive individual title Saturday in Youngstown as Unioto (currently the No. 4 team in D-II) finished third
against the elite field that included the top two teams in Ohio.
At Southeastern, Paint Valley took the boys' title as the Bearcats edged out Westfall. Top SVC runners included Huntington's
Brandon Magill (4th place), Daniel Gardner of PV (5th place), and Westfall's John Jude (8th place). In girls, Westfall finished third
and Piketon finished third. Piketon's Elisha Manley and Megan Day finished one, two individually. Southeastern's Rachel Ball
finished third. Paint Valley's girls finished in the fifth spot in the final team standings.
At Teays Valley, Taylor Hatfield finished first once again with a time of just over 19-minutes.
|HATFIELD CONTINUES HER WINNING WAYS . . . ZT GIRLS TAKE TEAM TITLE AT JACKSON
Zane Trace's Taylor Hatfield posted another win Thursday at Jackson. Teammate Jessie Proehl finished
third as the Lady Pioneers finished first in the 12-team field.
On the boys' side, Zane Trace finished fifth.
|Unioto's Ross, Paint Valley's Gardner both lead teams
to solid finish in Lancaster
Saturday at Lancaster, Adrian Ross captured the individual title with a time of 16:04.7 to lead his team to a second-place finish
behind the state's top-ranked Woodridge squad.
In the Division III race, Paint Valley's Daniel Gardner finished his first-place run in 17:00.7 to help his Bearcats to a second-place
finish behind Liberty Union.
|DOWN ON THE FARM: PV BOYS & ZT GIRLS TAKE TEAM TITLES
BOYS = Daniel Gardner, Paint Valley (17:22)
GIRLS = Taylor Hatfield, Zane Trace (19:57)
JH RESULTS = Westfall boys, Zane Trace girls
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VARSITY BOYS, VARSITY GIRLS, JH BOY, & JH GIRLS . . . MORE
In other CC action Saturday, Unioto boys took on an elite field in Columbus. Adrian Ross was the top D-II
runner setting a new school record with a time of 15:26
|Unioto boys, Zane Trace girls, Paint Valley boys, Adrian Ross, & Taylor Hatfield all won
district championshipships Saturday. Other SVC teams and individuals advanced as well . . .
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|UNIOTO BOYS WIN REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
|Ross is a regional winner