Fostoria senior Ray Foster was the lone area competitor to survive to run another day at Saturday’s Division II regional track and field championships at Lexington.
The top four finishers in each event earned a trip to next week’s OHSAA state championships.
Foster earned his first trip to Columbus by posting a third-place finish in the boys 200-meter dash in 22.89 seconds. Teammate Cameron Garrett added a seventh in the 300 hurdles in 41.03.
Ottawa-Glandorf’s Landon Pothast, who was fifth in the long jump Thursday, had another near-miss in the high jump finishing fifth with a season-best jump of 6-4.
Brandon Heckman also scored for the Titans with an eighth-place effort in the 800 (1:59.8).
Upper Sandusky’s Lynzi Daughenbaugh placed in four events but was unable to crack the top four.
She was sixth in the 300 hurdles (46.18) and teamed with Marissa Linhart, Emily Caudill, and Tayler Daughenbaugh for sixth in the 400 relay (51.66) and Allison Snyder, Caudill and Tayler Daughenbaugh for seventh in the 1,600 relay (4:07.47). Linhart, Caudill and the Daughenbaughs were eighth in the 800 relay (1:47.43).
Ottawa-Glandorf’s Hannah Kaufman missed out on a return to state in the 200 by placing fifth in 26.88. She was seventh in the 100 (13.3) and joined Lauren Peck, Kate Cassidy and Kim Bingley for sixth in the 800 relay (1:46.94).
The Titans had three other placers.
Cassidy was seventh in the 300 hurdles (47.76), Katie Imm seventh in the pole vault (10-0) and Dana Lanwehr eighth in the 800 (2:20.31).
Cuyahoga Valley Christian won the girls title with a 1053/4-62 margin over Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary. Ottawa-Glandorf (131/2) was 15th and Upper Sandusky (9) finished 21st.
Peninsula Woodridge topped Sandusky Perkins 65-49 for the boys crown. Ottawa-Glandorf (11) and Fostoria (8) were 20th and 23rd, respectively.