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2014 OHSAA Track & Field State Championships Coverage



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2014 OHSAA Track & Field State Championships

Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
The Ohio State University, Columbus
June 6 & 7, 2014

 

 

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State Tournament Recap

 

 
Division III
 

McDonald girls and Lima Central Catholic boys win first team track and field state championships
 

COLUMBUS, Ohio – McDonald captured its first girls track and field team state championship and Lima Central Catholic won its first boys track and field team state championship on Saturday at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium during the 107th boys and 40th OHSAA girls track and field state tournament. McDonald senior Jai’Lyn Mosley was named state champion in the girls shot put with a best distance of 42-11.75 and also was named state champion in girls discus (157-05). Girls participants from McDonald finished second in the 4x200-meter relay and 4x100-meter relay. Overall McDonald claimed six podium finishes and accumulated 45 points. Defiance Tinora and Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas tied for second after accumulating 44 points overall.
 

Lima Central Catholic claimed the Division III boys team track and field state championship by finishing with an overall score of 52. The Thunderbirds claimed the state championship in the boys 4x200-meter relay for the second straight year, following up their Division III state tournament record time in 2013 of 1:28.04 with a new record time of 1:27.86. Central Catholic senior Jamir Coleman claimed the boys 100-meter dash championship with a time of 10.86 and also claimed the boys 200-meter dash championship with a time of 21.88. Coleman was also a member of the state champion 2013 and 2014 4x200 relay teams for the Thunderbirds. The boys long jump championship was claimed by LCC senior Mykale Rogers, who took home the third state gold medal of his career. His jump of 24’ 5 1/2” is an OHSAA Division III state tournament record in the long jump. Lima Central Catholic had eight podium finishes overall.
 

Gahanna Columbus Academy senior John Lint broke the state tournament record in the boys 300-meter hurdles with a time of 36.32, breaking Warren John F. Kennedy’s Chad Zallow’s state record set in 2013 of 36.87.
 


Division II
 

Dayton Meadowdale wins first girls track and field state championship; Dayton Dunbar wins its eighth boys title
 

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Dayton City League saw two of its conference members take home Division II team state championships on Saturday at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. Dayton Meadowdale won its first OHSAA girls track and field state team championship and Dayton Dunbar continued its school’s success by winning its eighth track and field state team championship overall. Meadowdale finished with 40 points and Dunbar finished with 47 points.
 

Meadowdale senior and 2013 girls 400-meter dash champion Oksana Lawrence captured her second consecutive OHSAA girls track and field state 400-meter dash championship in 2014 with a time of 53.98. The Meadowdale girls 4x400 meter relay team claimed the gold medal in the event with a time of 3:54.42, while the 4x200 team for Meadowdale won gold with a time of 1:40.88. Meadowdale, with five podium finishes overall, also had podium finishes in the girls 100-meter dash and girls long jump.
 

Dunbar moves into fourth place all-time in boys state track and field championships by winning its eighth. Dunbar had podium finishes in five events, including the boys 4x800 meter-relay, boys 110-meter hurdles, boys 4x200-meter relay, boys 100-meter dash and boys 800-meter run.
 

Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy junior Sammy Bockoven won the girls 1600-meter run with a time of 4:49.53, setting the OHSAA Division II state tournament record. The previous record was held by Reading’s Connie Robinson in 1982. Another record set during the 2014 OHSAA state track and field tournament in Division II was the girls 3200-meter run. Caledonia River Valley senior Hannah Campbell claimed gold and the Division II state tournament record with a time of 10:40.66, breaking the previous mark set by Cincinnati Wyoming’s Emily Stites in 2012 of 10:43.32.
 


Division I
 

Solon wins back-to-back girls Division I state championships, Cleveland Glenville wins 16th all-time boys state track and field title
 

COLUMBUS, Ohio – For the second straight year, Solon is the girls Division I state track and field champions and for the 16th time, the Tarblooders of Cleveland Glenville are state champions in boys track and field. Solon used an overall point total of 47 to win its second consecutive and second all-time girls track and field state championship, while Cleveland Glenville’s overall score of 40 propelled the Tarblooders to their 16th boys track and field championship, placing them first all-time in boys track and field in Ohio and tied with Cleveland Heights Beaumont girls track and field for most overall.
 

Solon had seven podium finishes to pace its way to the state title. Senior Jelvon Butler took second place in the girls 100-meter dash with a time of 11.90, first place in the girls 200-meter dash with a time of 23.98, and was a member of Solon’s second place girls 4x200 team and a member of Solon’s fifth place girls 4x100 meter relay team.
 

Glenville had five podium finishes, including three first-place finishes. Glenville senior Davon Anderson won gold in the boys 110-meter hurdles with a time of 13.64 and also claimed second in the boys 300-meter hurdles with a time of 36.39. The Glenville 4x100-meter relay team won first place with a time of 41.47, as did the boys 4x400-meter relay team with a time of 3:13.75.
 

Cincinnati St. Xavier junior Michael Vitucci set a Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium record in the boys 1600-meter run with a time of 4:07.96. The Division I state tournament record was not broken, and remains credited to Westerville North’s Bob Kennedy with a time of 4:05.13, set in 1988.
 

In the wheelchair division, Ravenna Southeast junior Jenna Fesemyer turned in an overall outstanding performance, winning and setting state tournament records in all events of girls wheelchair competition, including the 800-meter run, shot put, 400 meter-dash and 100-meter dash. Fesemyer was the previous record holder in the 100, 400 and shot put.
 

The two-day total attendance for the 2014 OHSAA state track and field tournament was 27,068. Saturday’s attendance was 14,504.
 

 


 

State Championships Participants, Assignments & Results

Regional Tournament Results

District Tournament Results

 

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Friday, June 6
9:30 a.m. Division II Field Events (5)
9:30 a.m. Division III Running Events Preliminaries
      4 x 800 Relay Final
1:00 p.m. Division III Field Events (5)
1:30 p.m. Division II Running Preliminaries
      4 x 800 Relay Final
4:00 p.m. Division III Field Events (5)
4:45 p.m. Division I Running Preliminaries
      4 x 800 Relay Final
Saturday, June 7
9:00 a.m. Division II Field Events (5)
9:30 a.m. Division III Running Finals
11:10 a.m. Wheelchair Division 800 Meter (B/G)
12:00 p.m. Division I Field Events (5)
12:00 p.m. Wheelchair Division Boys Shot Put (following footed shot put)
1:00 p.m. Division II Running Finals
2:10 p.m. Wheelchair Division 400 Meter (B/G)
3:00 p.m. Division I Field Events (5)
3:00 p.m. Wheelchair Division Girls Shot Put (following footed shot put)
4:30 p.m. Division I Running Finals
4:45 p.m. Wheelchair Division 100 Meter (B/G)

 


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