A Sidney Holy Angels seventh grader recently ended an impressive season in track and field with two wins at the conference meet and a strong performance in the state middle school meet.
Lindsey Magoteaux ran for Lehman’s junior high team and won two events at the Northwest Central Conference meet, setting new meet records in both.
She won the 100-meter dash in 12.74 and also won the 200 meters with a time of 26.64.
She also competed in the Division I Middle School State Championships held at Dublin Scioto High School late last month.
She won the seventh grade 200 meters in 26.26, and was second in the seventh grade 100 in 12.78. She also competed against eighth graders from across the state and finished fourth overall in both events.
In Division II, Versailles eighth grader Lucy Prakel was fourth in the pole vault, 9-0; and sixth in the 100, 13.45.
Emma Peters was 11th in the 800, 2:38.93; and Maria Mangen was 12th, 2:39.76.
Those three teamed with Ali Moran to finish 11th in the 400 relay, 54.46.
In Division III, Miami East boys had a strong showing, scoring 56 points.
Daniel Baker was second in the 200, 24.80; third in the 100, 12.01; and fourth in the 400, 57.48.
Kaleb Nickels was second in the pole vault, 11-0; while Jonah Brautigam was fifth in the 1,600, 4:56.54; and eighth in the 800, 2:23.11.
Houston eighth Joseph Earl was fifth in the 3200 in 1:52.68 and classmate Ava Parin sixth in the pole vault at 7-6.
Mariah Booher was 10th in the pole vault, 6-0; and 12th in the long jump, 12-10.
Covington’s Zane Barhorst took seventh in the 800, 2:21.29.