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Circleville Girls/Unioto Boys D-2 Track Champs at WCH Meet

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The Circleville Lady Tigers are Division 2 District Track & Field Champs at Washington CH.

Circleville won the girls team title with 121 points, outdistancing runner-up Unioto with 104 points. McClain was third followed by Logan Elm, and Washington CH in the 13 team field.

The Shermans of Unioto won the boys team championship with 79 points. Zane Trace was second with 69 points and Portsmouth third at 68, Logan Elm fourth with 63.5 points and Waverly fifth in the 16 team field.

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The Division 2 East District was held at Meigs High School. For results on that meet, CLICK HERE:

Unioto Girls Win D-2 District Track & Field Crown/NW Takes Boys Title

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The Unioto Lady Shermans grabbed a much needed second place finish in the meet-ending 4×400 Relay combined with Wheelersburg’s seventh place finish to enable the Lady Shermans to leap-frog over Burg for the Washington CH Division 2 District Track & Field Girls team title with 102 points. Wheelersburg finished second with 98 points.

Order of girls team finishes after that were Circvleville 87, McClain 86, Logan Elm 60, Northwest 50.5, Waverly 45, Hillsboro 37, Washington CH 36, Westfall 23.5, Minford 18, Eastern Brown 15 and Portsmouth 3.

Tayla Tootle District Pole Vault Champ (Eric Karshner)

Northwest Boys crushed the rest of the field for the team title with 122 points, with Hillsboro a distant second with 65.

Other boys team standings were: McClain 57, Circleville and Zane Trace 53, Portsmouth and Unioto 47, Westfall 44, Logan Elm 43, Washington CH 32, Piketon 28, Waverky 25, Minford 21, Wheelersburg 19 and Eastern Brown 5.

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In the Division 2 District Track & Field Finals at Meigs High School, Warren Boys and Sheridan Girls won team championships.

Warren Boys won with 118 points, followed by runner-up Fairfield Union with 104. The came Rock Hill 87, Ironton 60, Jackson 56.50, Gallia Academy 54, Vinton County 46, Alexander 29, Fairland 20, Meigs 16, South Point 16, Wellston 16, New Lexington 14, River Valley 13.50, Chesapeake 5, and Oak Hill 4.

Sheridan wins the girls meet with 126.50 points, followed by Fairfield Union with 122.50. The rest of the field was Warren 84, Jackson 58, Gallia Academy 53, New Lexington 47, Vinton County 32, Chesapeake 29, River Valley 20, Wellston 19, Ironton 19, Fairland 18, Alexander 14, Rock Hill 13, and Meigs 8.

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