Tuesday, December 6, 2022

CVC State Track & Field Qualifiers

The stage is set for the biggest weekend in Ohio high school track & field as the qualifiers for the 2019 OHSAA state track meet have been announced.

Chagrin Valley Conference schools qualified 56 individual athletes to the meet highlighted by a handful who won regional titles in their respective events, all at the Division II regional at Austintown-Fitch High School.

That group includes Perry’s Leah King, who won the 100-meter and 300-meter hurdles, Hawken’s Ella Gilson (1600), Orange’s Armon Frey (300 Hurdles) and Eddie Harrell (800), Beachwood’s Maddie Alexander (High Jump) and Perry’s Javin Richards (Pole Vault).

Orange’s 4×200-meter relay team of Frey, Harrell, Diante White and Gregory Beard also won the regional title.

Below is a list of all state qualifiers from the CVC:

Beachwood

  • Langston Gaines-Smith (400)
  • Maddie Alexander (High Jump)
  • Amelie Cotta (4×100)
  • J’Khai James (4×100)
  • Elizabeth Metz (Shot Put)
  • Ashley Perryman (100, 4×100, Long Jump)
  • Sydney Sarver (4×100)

Chagrin Falls

  • Mick Lawrence (Long Jump)
  • Hannah Clark (4×800)
  • Catherine Coffey (4×800, 800, 4×400)
  • Claire Coffey (4×800, 4×400)
  • Tallulah Haskett (4×400)
  • Rose Hoelzel (4×800, 1600, 4×400)

Cuyahoga Heights

  • Austin Knaack (200)
  • Kyel Wolff (Pole Vault)
  • Acacia May (Pole Vault)

Geneva

  • Charlie Taylor (Shot Put)
  • Taylor Cupp (4×200, 4×400)
  • Tayler Jamison (4×00, 4×400)
  • Elizabeth Joy (4×200, 800, 4×400)
  • Paige Williams (4×200, 4×400)

Hawken

  • Michael Snyder (High Jump)
  • Mikhail Stiffler (200)
  • Laura Bucchieri (4×400)
  • Danijela Doncevic (4×100, 4×400)
  • Ella Gilson (1600, 800, 4×400)
  • Zaria Johnson (4×100)
  • McKenzie McNitt (4×400)
  • Jaylyn Tinker (4×100)
  • Makayla White (4×100, 200)

Independence

  • Robert Artrip (Discus, Pole Vault)
  • Luke Clymer (Discus)
  • Erica Esper (4×800, 1600)
  • Andrea Klima (4×800)
  • Emily Skoczen (4×800)
  • Paige Westerburg (4×800)

Orange

  • Gregory Beard (4×200)
  • Armon Frey (4×200, 300 Hurdles, 4×400)
  • Eddie Harrell (4×200, 800, 4×400)
  • Michael McNeil (4×400)
  • Brian Pernell (4×400)
  • Diante White (4×200)
  • Jesseca Hudson-Turpin (100, 4×200, 300 Hurdles)
  • Jasmeen Maples (4×200)
  • Icianna McGlothin (4×200)
  • Casey Smith (4×200)

Perry

  • Javin Richards (Pole Vault)
  • Tyler Silvis (Pole Vault)
  • Leah King (100 Hurdles, 300 Hurdles)
  • Anna Sorine (800)

West Geauga

  • Mario Ghosn (4×100)
  • Nicholas Henry (100, 4×100)
  • Justin Renner (4×100)
  • Trae Zimmerman (4×100)
  • Abigail Drayer (Pole Vault)

Wickliffe

  • Sarah Riedthaler (400)
Steve Harehttp://www.ohiovarsity.com
Steve Hare is the Chagrin Valley Conference's Sports Information Director. He also created and publishes OhioVarsity.com, an online publication dedicated to providing hyperlocal coverage to area high school athletic programs. Hare began covering high school sports for the Lake County News Herald in 1997. Hare attended Willoughby South High School through the middle of his senior year, then graduated from Berkshire High School in Burton in 1986. He played football, wrestled and was an all-Geauga county baseball player (1986). He lives in Chardon with his wife Paulette and their children.

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