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High school roundup: Archers sprinter sets Lime City record in 100

South Side’s Shaton Harris broke the Lime City Relays meet record in the 100 meter dash at Huntington North on Saturday. Harris finished in a time of 10.77 seconds, beating the 10.84 second record set in 1975 and tied in 1996.

Homestead won the boys’ competition with 109 points. Carroll came in second with 104.

The girls competition was won by Carroll with 100.5 points. Homestead was second with 96.

EAST NOBLE’S JOHN REED RELAYS: Bellmont’s Holly Hankenson placed first in the 100-meter hurdles (15.18), long jump (17-0.25) and as a member of the 1600 relay (4:12.26).

East Noble won the girls competition with 119 points. Bellmont finished tied with DeKalb with 77.


NORTHROP 7-7, HOMESTEAD 4-12: At Homestead, John Tuttle went 1 for 2 with a home run and three RBI to lead the Bruins in the opener.

McLean Trieglaff hit two home runs and Ryan Stephens and Kyle Mohsenzadeh each hit one to lead the Spartans in the second game.

HERITAGE 20-16, SOUTH SIDE 4-5: At South Side, Cole Gerardot hit a home run in each game to lead the Patriots.

SNIDER 8-5, CARROLL 4-6: At Carroll, Collin Moord went 3 for 4, scored three runs and had three RBI to lead the Panthers. Snider also scored four runs in an extra inning to secure the win in the opener.

Carroll’s Taylor Goshen went 2 for 3 at bat with two runs, including a home run, and an RBI to lead the Chargers in game two.


DEKALB INVITATIONAL: No. 6 Bishop Dwenger finished first in the at Bridgewater East. The Saints finished the 18-hole tournament shooting 299. Dwenger’s Patrick Allgeier tied for first with East Noble’s Michael Sharp who each shot 70.


HOMESTEAD 12, BLUFFTON 1: At the Bluffton Invitational, Sarah Galevich and Alexis Vargo each had a home run and combined for five RBI over the hosts.

HOMESTEAD 12, DELTA 7: At the Bluffton Invitational, Hunter Brummett went 2 for 3, hit one home run, scored two runs and had four RBI to lead the Spartans in the tournament championship game.


DELTA INVITATIONAL: Carroll’s Rachel Sutton went undefeated. She defeated Paige Swan (Yorktown) 6-0, 6-2, Grace Kocielski (Cathedral) 6-7 (2), 6-2, 10-5 and Kelsey Hay (Hamilton Southeastern) 6-3, 6-2.

The Chargers defeated Yorktown (3-2) but lost as a team to Cathedral (1-4) and Hamilton Southeastern (2-3).