Proffitt State Pole Vault Title Leads Final Day at OHSAA Track & Field Championships

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The conclusion of the OHSAA State Track & Field Championships has seen some top finishes for area athletes at the Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium at the Ohio State University.

Westfall’s Peyton Proffitt won a state title in the D-2 Girls Pole Vault with a vault of 12’9, while Logan Elm’s Tayla Tootle was fifth.

Photo courtesy of Eric Karshner

In the D-2 Boys State High Jump: Zane Trace’s Lucas Ray comes in 5th. Portsmouth’s Dariyonne Bryan 6th.

Corey Schobelock placed 5th in the Boys 3200 run, with a time of 9:20.

Alan Austin of Piketon for his 7th place finish in D-2 Boys Discus.

Faith Yancey of Circleville placed 7th in the Girls 200.

Olivia Kennedy finished 6th in the Girls 400 dash.

Marie Souther of Zane Trace is state runner-up in the D-3 Girls 800 Run, with a time of 2:13.41, to conclude local Division 3 participants.

Paint Valley’s Cole Miller became the first area multi-medal athlete, placing fifth in the D-3 Boys 100 Meter Dash in a time of 11.08. Miller was third in the Long Jump on Friday.

Photo courtesy of @PVTrackField on Twitter

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