Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Geneva, Orange win CVC Chagrin Division track titles

PEPPER PIKE—Geneva and Orange took home team titles from the 2019 Chagrin Valley Conference Chagrin Division track and field championships at Orange on Wednesday.

Geneva finished with 134 ½ points to win the girls’ event ahead of Hawken (101) and Perry (91). Orange won the boys’ competition with 136 ½ points. Geneva was second with 124 and Perry rounded out the top three with 88 points.

Beachwood’s Ashley Perryman and Elizabeth Metz, Perry’s Leah King and Hawken’s Ella Gilson each won a pair of individual events.

Perryman placed first in the 100-meter dash (12.09) and also won the long jump (17-2). She also teamed up with Kamryn Clark, Ayla Gambrell and Ja’Khai James to win the 4×100-meter relay.

Metz won the shot put (39-6) and discus (107-8). Gilson finished first in the 800 (2:21) and 1600-meter runs (4:57) and King swept the hurdles. She ran a time of 14.21 in the 100-meter hurdles in and 45.79 in the 300 hurdles.

Hawken’s Makayla White won the 200 (25.61), Geneva’s Tayler Jamison finished first in the 400 (59.47), Beachwood’s Maddie Alexander placed first in the high jump (5-1) and Geneva’s Gabbi Selman won the pole vault (9-9). Chagrin Falls’ Hannah Clark won the 3200 in 12:04.

Geneva also won a pair of relays.

Taylor Cupp, Elizabeth Joy, Paige Williams and Jamison finished first the 4×200 (1:46) and the 4×400 (4:04).

Chagrin Falls’ Mick Lawrence, Orange’s Eddie Harrell and Geneva’s Charlie Taylor each won two individual events on the boys’ side.

Taylor swept the discus (147-1) and shot put (51-0 ½) while Lawrence claimed wins in the short sprints. He ran the 100 in 11.20 and the 200 in 22.61. Harrell won the 800 (2:01) and 1600 (4:33). Harrell also teamed up with Armon Frey, Brian Pernell and Michael McNeil to win the 4×400-meter relay in 3:29.

Hawken’s Michael Snyder won the high jump (6-4), Perry’s Javin Richards took first in the pole vault (13-3) and Geneva’s Dakota Harvey finished first in the long jump (22-5).

Beachwood’s Langston Gaines-Smith won the 400 (51.51) and Harvey’s J.T. Basco claimed first in the 3200 (10:17). Frey won the 110-meter hurdles (15.62) while Pernell took first in the 300 hurdles (40.25).

Orange won a total of three relays.

In addition to the 4×400 win, the Lions also won the 4×100 and 4×200-meter relays.

McNeil teamed up with Gregory Beard, Josh Daniel and Diante White to win the 4×100 in 44.44 and Beard, Daniel, White and Frey finished first in the 4×200 with a time of 1:33.

Geneva’s 4×800-meter relay team of Alex Reese, Thomas Costello, Jacob Mirabell and Forrest Long finished first with a time of 8:12.



1. Geneva 134.5
2. Hawken 101
3. Perry 91
4. Beachwood 88
5. Orange 77.5
6. Chagrin Falls 63
7. West Geauga 38
7. Harvey 38


1. Orange 136.5
2. Geneva 124
3. Perry 88
4. Chagrin Falls 78
5. Harvey 59
6. Beachwood 58
7. West Geauga 49.5
8. Hawken 35









Haley Adams
Haley Adams is a 2016 graduate of Cardinal High School. She is currently in her third year at Hiram College with a major in Communications and a minor in Writing. Haley, a three-sport standout at Cardinal, has participated in many athletic events at Hiram and plans to become a sports broadcaster.

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