Chiefs’ Johnson, Raiders’ Poling provide local highlight on opening day of CBC meet

Logan County’s track and field teams gave a strong showing on the first day of action Tuesday at the Central Buckeye Conference Championships hosted by Benjamin Logan.


LEFT: Bellefontaine’s Brenda Johnson repeated as the Central Buckeye Conference shot put champion during the first day of the league meet Tuesday at Benjamin Logan. RIGHT: Benjamin Logan’s Jennifer Poling broke a school record in the shot put during the league meet Tuesday. FRONT PAGE PHOTO: Benjamin Logan’s Wyatt Warren runs the second leg of the boys 3,200 relay final Tuesday at the Central Buckeye Conference meet. (EXAMINER PHOTOS | MATT HAMMOND)

Bellefontaine’s girls are currently in first, with the host Raiders right behind in second. Ben Logan’s boys are looking to claim their fifth consecutive league title and are off to a good start, sitting in first place.

The Chieftain girls are first overall at the CBC meet after scoring three events with 23 points. The Raiders are a close second with 18 points. Northwestern is third with 17 points and Springfield Shawnee is fourth with 12 points. Indian Lake is sitting in 10th with two points.

The Raider boys are currently holding off Tecumseh 27-25.5 to hold the top spot. Tippecanoe is also close behind in third with 24 points, Greenon is fourth with 22 points, while the Chieftain boys are fifth with 13.5 points. The Lakers are in ninth with six points.


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