Tiger boys sitting second, girls in third at OHC meet

West Liberty-Salem’s boys and girls track and field teams are near the top of the team standings after one day of action at the Ohio Heritage Conference meet.


ABOVE: West Liberty-Salem’s Leah Cole, right, takes the baton from teammate Ashley Rabenstein during the girls 3,200 relay final Monday during the first day of action at the Ohio Heritage Conference meet in  Jamestown. FRONT PAGE PHOTO: West Liberty-Salem’s Brandon Wolfe competes in the boys long jump finals at the OHC meet. (EXAMINER PHOTOS | AARON LaBATT)

The Tiger boys are sitting in second place after Tuesday’s competition, while the girls squad is currently third at the Greeneview community track.

The OHC finals resume on Thursday, with field events at 5 p.m. and running events beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Cedarville leads the boys meet with 28 points after three events. The Tigers are tied with Mechanicsburg for second with 17 points apiece. Greeneview is fourth with 12 points, Northeastern is fifth with nine points, Triad sits in sixth with eight points and Southeastern is seventh with two points.


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