April 17, 2014

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Raiders, Archers in tri-meet

HAVILAND – Wayne Trace and Antwerp participated in a tri-meet at Wayne Trace on Thursday with the Raider girls taking first while the Wayne Trace boys finished second.

In the girls’ portion, the Lady Raiders posted 75 points to nip second place Tinora’s 72 while Antwerp was third at 21.

Emily Noggle was a double winner for the Lady Raiders, capturing the shot put (31-6-1/2) and discus (88-10).

Other winners for the red, white and blue included Rylee Zartman (100 dash, 13.32), Kylee Wenninger (400 dash, 1:10), Krystal Wannemacher (300 hurdles, 55.65), Lindsey Matthews (3200 run, 14:00).


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