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B-H boys top Dan Wells Invitational field

FPS staff report

The Bell-Herron Junior High boys track team placed first at the Dan Wells Invitational last Monday evening at Community Field.

The Warriors finished with 137 points, with Minerva second with 101, Canton South third with 88, Sandy Valley fourth with 50.5 and Malvern sixth with 45.5 points.

Placing first for the Warriors were James Funkhouser in the 100 and 200-meter dashes with a times of 12.7 and 25.9; the 800-meter relay team of Brenton Miller, Chase Flanagan, Cole Russell and Ryan Shepard with a time of 1:48; Russell in the high jump with a jump of 5’2” and Tyler Fox in the shot and discus with throws of 43’ 5” and 113’1”.

Placing second were Brenton Miller in the long jump; Miller in the 100; the 400-meter relay team of Deric Hinerman, Chase Flanagan, Preston Berry and Russell; Funkhouser in the 400 and Shepard in the 200 hurdles.

Placing third were Gaige Green the 110 hurdles; Cole Lovett in the 800 and Flanagan in the 200-meter dash.

Placing fourth was the 1,600-meter relay team of Lovett, Jacob Knipp, Hinerman and Matt Kyler.

Last Wednesday the Warriors defeated visiting Canton South 66-48.

Placing first for the Warriors were Funkhouser in the 100 with a time of 12.49 and 400 with a time of 59.8; Lovett with a new school record of 5:08 in the 1,600 (he also placed first in the 800 with a time of 2:29.73); the 800-meter relay team of Miller, Russell, Flanagan and Shepard (no time given); Shepard in the 200 hurdles with a time of 30.0; Fox in the shot and discus with throws of 42’8” and 118-feet; Miller in the long jump with a jump of 14’10” and Russell in the high jump with a jump of 5’2”.

Placing second were Kris Torin in the 110 hurdles; Knipp in the 800 and 1,600 and Funkhouser in the 200.

Placing third were Flanagan in the 200; Miller in the 100; Noah Carrothers in the 400 and 800.

The Warriors were to host Louisville Tuesday. Wednesday they were to take part in the annual Northeastern Buckeye Conference meet at Louisville.


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