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Won four NCAA district cross country meets and one All-Ohio track title. His positive team building attitude brings out the championship performances in his athletes, and Broke the national high school pole vault record earlier also. The following records are the Official State of Ohio Interscholastic Track and Field records, as properly reported to the OHSAA. Any other listing is unofficial for. For coaches, entries for meets is far less tedious and time consuming and theeasy In , Ohio addedthe 7th and 8th Grade TF State Championship, and once in the yd run and set an Ohio State Indoor Track & Field record of . before returning to the Cincinnati area to begin building the Lancer dynasty.
The Bulldogs have had athletes qualify to the State Championships with earning All-Ohio honors and several of them earning State Champion titles. It was also the 14th consecutive trip for the boys and 13th for the girls.
Additionally, the girls rank 9th in all-time appearances at the State Meet tied with Cleveland Hts. Jeff continues to coach and teach at Woodridge and he and his family live in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Beth Hubans Weyer Coach Gary Lill used to kind of joke about how he was never a thrower, but it never seemed to stop him from producing great throwers at the State Championships, and Beth Weyer now Hubans was one of the best. Coming out of Sandusky St.
Her Sandusky Bay Conference championship as a freshman was the first victory she would earn at the league level of competition and she became the first girl to win the SBC in all four years of competition. In her sophomore year, she won the Regional discus championship title on her way to winning her first of four State Championship titles.
Her junior and senior years, she added the shot put to her agenda and won the Regional discus and shot put titles in both years. Beth took the State Champion title in discus for the second and third times in those two years and also won the shot put her junior year.
Her senior year, she was the State Runner-up in the shot put. Recruited by Kent State, Beth added the hammer and the weight throw to her event schedule and excelled at both. Inshe was the MAC discus champion and also took second in the hammer hitting the NCAA provisional qualifying mark in both events. She lives with her family in Oak Harbor, Ohio. Rachel Kinsman Sauder Steve Prefontaine would have liked Rachel-not for the victories she won, but for the one taken away.
In the long run, the rules that held him back faded away and it was his success on the track that made him special. The rules that held her back faded away also, and now all we remember about her is the way she won on the track. Yes, Pre would have liked Rachel. A dominant cross country and track runner coming out of Archbold High School, Rachel finished 7th, 2nd, 1st, and 1st at the Cross Country State Championships. She also held the M State Record from Nobody could touch her.
At Auburn, she went even faster winning All- American honors seven times, twice in cross country and five times in track. Professionally, Rachel ran the 5K and 10K Olympic Trials in and competed in the Olympic Trials Marathon in and with a personal best time of 2: Today, Rachel still lives in Archbold, Ohio.
Frank Russo Whether you know them as Cincinnati LaSalle, or by the technical name of the school, "La Salle" - if you have seen them run, you will remember them. Following a successful high school career of his own, which culminated in a 4 individual State Championship finish and leading his Cincinnati Colerain team to their first ever State Championship title inFrank went on to Ohio State where he was a five time letterman in cross country and track and field.
He was also the team captain of the Buckeyes in before returning to the Cincinnati area to begin building the Lancer dynasty. Frank has coached athletes to the State Championship level of competition with of them earning All Ohio honors including 19 State Champion individuals and relays.
La Salle has also had four individual Footlocker All-Americans as well as qualifying as a team to the Nike XC Nationals in where they finished 15th. Won one district meet. Official Bob Kennedy When most coaches think of world class distance runners from Ohio, the first name which comes to mind is Bob Kennedy.
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This is for good reason. He set a course record at Worthington of Bob further won State championships in and Bob was also the Kinney National Champion in In the USA Juniors, he took home the gold in the with a time of 3: His best times in high school include 4: Bob Kennedy attended Indiana University. In Bob earned another National Championship in the This outstanding runner held two American records with 7: Kennedy was an Olympian in and in the 5, M. Guy Kesler Coached track at Columbus Central High School from through and cross country from through Was State Track runnerup three times.
Won 18 league and 16 district track championships. Won 11 league and three district cross country meets. Was a successful pole vaulter at Ohio State, winning one Big Ten Title and set two Ohio college indoor and three Ohio college vault records. Vern is a widely respected teacher, coach, official, contributor to his community, and contributor to our sports. With over thirty years of coaching on his resume in cross country and track at all levels from elementary programs through high school varsity programs, Vern has been a leader and advocate of young people.
Vern got his start while coaching football at Perrysburg when he volunteered at the Perrysburg CC Invitational. This experience led to him being Perrysburg's cross country coach where he worked with both the boys and girls programs. As track coach, Vern worked with all event areas and built a respected program for his athletes.
In the winter and spring ofVern joined the Maumee High School staff as an assistant track coach and helped them begin their indoor track program.
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Vern has also been an official for over 20 years working with many junior high track and cross country meets. His track teams won one state championship and six conference championships. His athletes won eighteen events in the state meet. Kenneth also coached the boys' cross country team from Ran on a third place 2 mile relay team in the indoor NCAA, regardless of division, that set and still holds the Ohio college record. Won the high jump in the Olympic Games. Won two national AAU high jump titles.
Won in high jump in the state high school track meet. Won 16 Ohio Athletic Conference cross country meets and 13 conference track meets. Coached several NCAA competitors when there was only one division, including one winner. Won the Olympic Games high hurdles, just before arriving at Oberlin for his first year. Rachel Kinsman Sauder Steve Prefontaine would have liked Rachel-not for the victories she won, but for the one taken away.
In the long run, the rules that held him back faded away and it was his success on the track that made him special. The rules that held her back faded away also, and now all we remember about her is the way she won on the track.
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Yes, Pre would have liked Rachel. A dominant cross country and track runner coming out of Archbold High School, Rachel finished 7th, 2nd, 1st, and 1st at the Cross Country State Championships. She also held the M State Record from Nobody could touch her.
At Auburn, she went even faster winning All- American honors seven times, twice in cross country and five times in track. Professionally, Rachel ran the 5K and 10K Olympic Trials in and competed in the Olympic Trials Marathon in and with a personal best time of 2: Today, Rachel still lives in Archbold, Ohio. Over the next twenty-one years, Dave helped Chagrin teams reach the State Meet in cross country five times, winning State Runner-up honors with the girls and the boys as well as the girls State Championship title in Inthe boys track and field team garnered a 6th place team finish in Division II.
In cross country and track and field combined, 69 athletes have earned All-Ohio honors including three individual State Runners-up. Two individuals have won State Champion titles in Indoor Track. In state meets, she won three firsts and a second in the long jump with a best of 20'1"; one first and one second in the hurdles, and three seconds in the hurdles. Laura set ten meet records in her career. She also won a junior national event and several junior olympic national events.
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Laura was also outstanding in the triple jump and the heptathlon. While attending Indiana University, Ms. Laura currently resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado.