Tioga boys, girls come up short in track and field action
The Tioga boys track and field team went into Monday's meet against Odessa-Montour with hopes of forcing a divisional tie.
However, things didn't go their way and they came up short 99-42.
"We were missing some athletes due to injury or absence which hurt in the sprints and we missed out on some of the field event performances we normally do well in," Tioga coach Eric Gutierrez said. "But we still had some good individual performances."
On the girls side, Tioga fell 86.5 to 53.5.
For the boys, Jon Moore won the 110 hurdles in 17.3 with teammate Greg Pipher third in 18.9. Moore also won the 400 hurdles in 106.6. Tioga's Brenden Walker won the 3200 in 11:23.5 and was second in the 1600 at 4:59.9. Teammate Ben Hoose was second in the 800 at 2:11.1 while Jeremiah Henneman was third in the 200 at 25.6. Henneman was also third in the triple jump at 34-feet, 5-inches.
Lucas Ritchie won the 400 in 56.3 while Tioga won the 4x400 relay in 4:35.7.
Tioga's Tyler Predix was second in the pole vault at 9-feet, 6-inches while Nate Zimmer was third in the shot put in 35-feet, 6 ½-inches.
Jacob Schweiger was third in the discus in 88-feet, 11-inches while teammate Shane Snover took third in the long jump at 16-feet, 8 ½-inches.
On the girls' side, Charlsie Bowen won the 100 hurdles in 17.7 with teammate Malley Bowen second in 18.6.
Madison Tinney won the 100 in 13.3 while in the 1500 Roxanne Hutchison was third in 6:47.
Tioga won the 4x100 relay in 54.9.
Charlsie Bowen also won the 400 hurdles in 1:11 while Malley Bowen took third in 1:17.8.
Tinney won the 200 in 27.9 while teammate Maddie Cotton took third in the 400 at 1:10.9. Emily Stansfield was third in the 3000 in 15:20.
Tinney won the triple jump in 30-feet, 1-inch while Charlsie Bowen won the pole vault in 9-feet even. Malloy Bowen tied for second at 7-feet, 6-inches.
Keila Ketchum was second in the discus for Tioga at 56-feet, 11-inches while Roxanne Hutchison was third in the shot put at 23-feet, 1 ½-inches. Leila Johnson was third in the discus at 55-feet, 11-inches, Sarah Heveland was third in the long jump at 11-feet, 8-inches and Beth Yost was third in the high jump at 3-feet, 10-inches.