Lancaster Meet of Champions - Coverage
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As population and the number of high schools increased dramatically, these three sections divided. In these summaries of results, schools are listed by the Section in which they are 'currently located', though particular schools may have changed Sections and others are no longer in existence and in many cases their current Section did not even exist in their years.
Abbreviations for each Section are listed below: Adjustments for hurdle heights were also made. If you would like to "What If" the marks, you may obtain the Excel spreadsheet by clicking on the link. I would also like to thank John E Spalding for his many hours of research trying to locate missing names and marks for the athletes. Russell, the CIF's official history, says there were four not three sections in the beginning.
I've also enclosed the text of my introduction to Bay Area Sports Stars, which explains the Bay Area situation in a bit more detail. Anyway, here are the starting dates for the sections of the CIF, which was formed in March, Football was governed in by the Amateur Academic Athletic Association. Other games and meets were arranged in a haphazard manner untilwhen competition around the bay was provided by the Academic Athletic League.
The AAL provided structured competition for boys in football, baseball, swimming, tennis and track and field. Basketball was added early in the 20th Century. A few schools offered less formal interscholastic competition for girls in baseball, basketball, swimming, tennis and volleyball. Teams represented schools, but were not under the direct control of principals, superintendents or elected school officials. There were frequent disagreements over eligibility, rules and finances.
InJames E. After a series of meetings, the California Interscholastic Federation was formed in March, Its main purpose was to put the direction of high school athletics in the hands of educators.
The NCS was established in September, Of 70 high schools invited to join, only 15 responded initially. Some needed more time to meet and discuss the new organization. Scores of other schools became members within the next few years. Indian runners were very impressive in the Open Races, where 14 out of 25 CW athletes set season best times. Sophomore Ashley Clubb led the way in the girls open race, finishing a "district open" program record 4th place in a personal record time of Five girls placed in the top 38 in a race of well over competitors.
Freshman Evan Young led the way in the boys open race with a personal record time of Complete Central District results are available here- http: The middle school girls placed 10 out of 19 teams in the highly competitive large school race. The middle school boys placed 4th out of 19 teams in their large school race, including a 4th place individual finish by 8th grader Will Butler.
The middle school boys ended the season with a record of wins and 14 losses, winning the Hamilton Township, Canal Winchester, Circleville, Lancaster, Piketon, Johnstown, and Buckeye Valley Invitationals. Congrats on the successful season middle school teams!
After placing 6th last season with points, the High School Girls team finished fourth in the conference this season with points. The team was boosted by a strong pack, as five Indian runners placed in the top After placing 7th last season with points, the High School Boys finished sixth in the conference this season with points.
Three Indian runners placed in the top 30 to lead the charge. The girls placed third and the boys placed eighth in the open races. Nice work today Indians! The middle school girls team claimed third place, while the middle school boys won the team title out of five teams.
Nice work middle school athletes!
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More information about that meet is available here- http: Known for its challenging course, this year's Johnstown Invite also featured mud, hail, and cold, providing our athletes with an all-around "true" cross country experience! Complete results are available here- http: Our middle school teams will return to action this Thursday at the Buckeye Valley Invitational.
More information about upcoming meets can be found on the Schedule and Results page. The Middle School Girls team placed five in the top 30 to finish 4th out of 12 teams.
Unfortunately, individual times are not available due to a glitch in the timing system. The Middle School Boys won their team championship, claiming three of the top eleven spots to win by 44 points over Teays Valley East. The top five average time for the middle school boys squad was an impressive The 3 through 7 finishers for the High School Girls all finished in the top 20 within 8 seconds of each other The performance marked only the third time in school history that the girls team has scored five girls under 21 minutes.
The High School Boys rode a slew of season best performances to a runner-up finish in team scoring. Will Butler had an outstanding day individually, leading the team with his first place overall finish in Four middle school boys runners placed in the top 25, and 8th grader Noah Woods The Middle School Girls finished in the middle of the pack, placing 10th out of 19 teams.
The girls were tightly packed at the finish, boasting a spread of only 45 seconds. The high school teams all competed respectfully coming off of a very demanding week of training. The High School Boys placed 8th of 17 teams in the D1 boys race.Lancaster Meet Of Champions 4x1 41.32 #7
Junior Imani Daniels had has best race of the year, placing 44th Freshman Evan Young led the way in the boys reserve race, placing 57th The High School Girls placed 4th out of 16 teams in the D1 girls race.
Four CW athletes placed in the top 30, led by Joelle Zuberi's solid 9th place finish Complete results can be found here- http: Logan Marie was born at 4: Mom, dad, and baby are home now and doing great.
Swimming - Mens Varsity / Championship: Results
A gigantic "thank you" to Coaches Young, Sittler, and Syx for all of their hard work yesterday. All four teams will return to action Saturday at the Piketon Invitational. By all accounts, the course should be similar to the type of course our high school athletes will encounter at Hilliard Darby's OCC Championships. Keep up the good work Indians! The article focuses on Bryce's transition from his U.
Army Basic Training over the summer to his cross country training in the fall. The middle school girls won with a low score of 30 points, while the boys team nabbed the top five places to earn a perfect score of