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Piketon’s Kane Dixon finished fourth and Sydney McCoy finished 16th to lead area runners Saturday at the Piketon Invitational.


Dixon checked in with a time of 16:30.09, which came five seconds after Warren’s Parker Blain for the win in the boys race. Waverly’s Hunter Hoover (17:59.81) was 32nd, Minford’s Devon Applegate (18:19.18) was 39th, Western’s Nick Shanks (19.18.28) was 70th, Brandt Edler (19:51.48) was Eastern’s top finisher at 84th place, South Webster’s Alex Coyle (20:10.24) checked in at 91st, 100th place went to Portsmouth’s Tyson Trinidad (20:19.54), Clay’s Mason Pelphrey (20:58.82) was 119th, Valley’s Wyatt Lewis (23:08.56) was 171st and Oak Hill’s Michael Woolum (24:08.84) was 179th to lead their respective schools.


Teays Valley won the team race with 78 points, the Redstreaks were fourth with 128 points, the Tigers were 11th with 276 points, the Falcons’ 352 points was good enough for 14th, the Panthers’ 451 points put them in 16th place and the Eagles rounded out the team locals, finishing in 17th place with 488 points.


The girls race was won by Circleville’s Jenna Liston, who crossed the tape at 18:50.55. Locally, McCoy finished with a time of 20:42.85, Piketon’s Shaniah Begley (22:17.68) was 35th, Minford’s Kathaleen Kuhn (22:36.95) was 40th, Waverly’s Gabby Towler (22:40.44) was 42nd, a 70th-place finish (23:59.91) by Kailee Myers led Eastern, Destiny Royalty (24:14.06) was 75th for Portsmouth, Valley’s Catherine McCrory (25:00.81) was 88th, 106th place went to Oak Hill’s Shelby Stapleton (26:24.75), Western’s Kayla Stone (28:01.94) took home 123rd place and Ava McCleese (29:42.25) was 134th for Clay.


Zane Trace claimed the girls team title with 65 points. The Jeeps (158) were sixth, the Tigers (231), took home ninth place, the host Redstreaks (348) were 12th, the Oaks (455) were 16th and the Indians from Scioto County (487) were 17th.


Boys Results

1. Teays Valley — 78

4. Piketon (Pi) — 128

11. Waverly (Wav) — 276

14. Minford (M) — 352

16. Clay (Cl) — 451

17. Eastern (E) — 488

Note: Western (We), South Webster (SW), Portsmouth (Po), Valley (V), Oak Hill (OH) and Warren (War) did not have enough individuals to field a team.

Notable Individuals

1. Parker Blain (War) — 16:15.01

4. Kane Dixon (Pi) — 16:30.09

32. Hunter Hoover (Wav) — 17:59.81

39. Devon Applegate (M) — 18:19.18

70. Nick Shanks (We) — 19:18.28

84. Brandt Edler (E) — 19:51.48

91. Alex Coyle (SW) — 20:10.24

100. Tyson Trinidad (Po) — 20:19.54

119. Mason Pelphrey (Cl) — 20:58.82

171. Wyatt Lewis (V) — 23:08.56

179. Michael Woolum (OH) — 24:08.84

Girls Results

1. Zane Trace — 65

4. Circleville (Ci) — 131

6. South Webster (SW) — 158

9. Waverly (Wav) — 231

12. Piketon (Pi) — 348

16. Oak Hill (OH) — 455

17. Valley (V) — 487

Note: Western (We), Portsmouth (Po), Clay (Cl), Minford (M) and Eastern (E) did not have enough individuals to field a team.


Notable Individuals

1. Jenna Liston (Ci) — 18:50.55

16. Sydney McCoy (SW) — 20:42.85

35. Shaniah Begley (Pi) — 22:17.68

40. Kathaleen Kuhn (M) — 22:36.95

42. Gabby Towler (Wav) — 22:40.44

70. Kailee Myers (E) — Midnight.91

75. Destiny Royalty (Po) — 24:14.06

88. Catherine McCrory (V) — 25:00.81

106. Shelby Stapleton (OH) — 26:24.75

123. Kayla Stone (We) — 28:01.94

134. Ava McCleese (Cl) — 29:42.25

Wheelersburg, Ironton at Rio Grande Patty Forgey Invitational

A fourth place finish by Sarah Willis helped the Wheelersburg girls (166 points) to an eighth place finish at the Rio Grande Patty Forgey Invitational while a ninth place finish by Brandan Adams paced the Pirate boys (204) to eighth.

Willis finished with a time of 21:25.12 while Peyton Panger from Charleston (WV) Capital crossed the tape with a winning time of 19:13.85. Adams’ time of 18:28.04 was 48 seconds behind the winning time set by Sardinia Eastern’s Layne Pickerill.

Ironton’s Tim Maynard finished 35th with a time of 20:11.77 as the Fighting Tiger boys finished 11th. Maggie Thomas was Ironton’s fastest runner on the girls side as her time of 27:00.45 was good enough for 60th place.

Williamstown (WV) swept the team races as the boys finished with 35 points and the girls scored 75 to capture the crown.

Boys Results

1. Williamstown, WV — 35

8. Wheelersburg (Wh) — 204

11. Ironton (I) — 247

Note: Sardinia Eastern (SE) did not have enough individuals to field a team.

Notable Individuals

1. Layne Pickerill (SE) — 17:40.60

9. Brandan Adams (Wh) — 18:28.04

35. Tim Maynard (I) — 20:11.77

Girls Results

1. Williamstown, WV — 75

3. Charlestown,WV Capital (CC) — 91

9. Wheelersburg (Wh) — 166

Note: Ironton (I) did not have enough individuals to field a team.

Notable Individuals

1. Peyton Panger (CC) — 19:13.85

4. Sarah Willis (Wh) — 21:25.12

60. Maggie Thomas (I) — 27:00.45

The following results were reported from various media outlets. Full statistics were unavailable at press time.

VOLLEYBALL

Unioto def. Wheelersburg 25-11, 25-14

Washington Court House def. Wheelersburg 25-9, 25-9

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