TROY — Piqua and Miami East boys and girls track and field teams both competed in the Troy Up and Running Invitational Saturday.
Piqua boys were fifth with 53 points, while Miami East was seventh with 44.5.
Andy Mayse led Piqua, winning the 3,200, 10:14.59; and taking second in the 1,600, 4:39.85.
Tristen Cox had a strong day in the throws, finishing second in both the shot put, 44-4 1-2; and discus, 138-9.
Jacob Bushnell had a strong day for the Indians as well.
He took third in the 200, 24.0; and 400, 54.68; and was fourth in the long jump, 18-5.
For Miami East, Taton Bertch was third in both the 110 hurdles, 19.26; and 300 hurdles, 45.71.
Bryce Reddick was third in the 800, 2:09.99; while Daniel Everett was third in the discus, 128-0.
In the girls competition, Miami East was sixth with 30 points and Piqua was ninth with 12 points.
The Lady Vikings had a strong showing in the discus, with Megan Kinnison taking second with a throw of 118-1; and Emma Linn taking third with a throw of 90-9.
Ashley Ho led Piqua, taking third in the high jump, clearing 4-9.
VERSAILLES — The Russia girls track and field team rolled to victory in the Lady Tiger Classique Orange Division Saturday.
Russia won with 155.5 points.
Covington was third with 95. Newton was seventh with 34 and Bradford was eighth with 31.
Lauren Heaton had a bid day for the Lady Raiders, tripling in the 100, 13.19; 200, 200, 27.07; and 400, 58.43.
Molly Kearns won the 3,200, 12:13.22; and took second in the 1,600, 5:41.36.
Also winning for Russia were Shaelynn Goubeaux, 800, 2:33.35; and Emily Bohman, pole vault, 9-11.
Taking second were the 3,200 relay, 10:25.58; the 800 relay, 1:59.33; and Grace York, 800, 2:37.11.
Finishing third were Megan Frazier, 300 hurdles, 55.74; and Anna Fiessinger, 3,200, 12:48.68.
Rayna Horner had a good day for the Lady Buccs, taking second in the 400, 63.01; and third in the 200, 28.29.
Breanna Kimmel had a second in the 100, 13.47; Anna Dunn was second in the 3,200, 12:19.66; and the 1,600 relay was second, 4:23.63; while Lauren Hebert had an impressive debut in the throws.
She was second in the shot put, 33-11 1-2; and third in the discus, 87-10.
Carly Shell had a third in the 1,600, 5:43.35; while the Covington 3,200 relay team was third, 10:26.86.
Aliya Stine led Newton, taking second in the 100 hurdles, 18.01; and 200, 27.96.
Bradford was led by Kelly Moore, who tied for second in the pole vault, 8-0.
second in Black
VERSAILLES — The Versailles girls track and field team finished second to Minster in the Black Division of the Lady Tiger Classique.
Versailles had 119 points, Houston was second with 39 and Versailles was third with five.
Jenna Frantz had a big day for Versailles, winning the pole vault, 11-0; taking second in the long jump, 15-4; and finishing third in the 100, 13.80.
Camille Watren won the 200, 26.43; and Versailles also won the 400 relay, 52.75; and 1,600 relay, 4:16.82.
Ellen Peters was second in the 300 hurdles, 49.85; and third in the 100 hurdles, 18.37.
Finishing third were Kara Spitzer1,600, 5:43.79; the 800 relay, 1:55.37; and the 3,200 relay, 10:56.02.
Houston was led by Caity Falls, who won the high jump, 4-10.
Shelby Ayers took second in the discus for the Lady Wildcats with a throw of 100-0.