April 20, 2014

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By KEVIN WANNEMACHER

Sportswriter

GROVER HILL – All three county schools ran in the Wayne Trace Invitational at Welcome Park in Grover Hill.

Van Wert captured team championships in the varsity boys, varsity girls, junior varsity boys and junior varsity girls divisions.

Liberty Benton won the junior high girls meet while Ayersville took first in the junior high boys race.

Antwerp finished sixth and Paulding took eighth in the varsity girls team standings. The Lady Archers were led by Ellise Wetli, who crossed the line 11th place with a time of 21:56. Other blue and white finishers were Bailee Sigman (29th, 23:39), Tricia Smalley (34th, 24:10), Harlee Hudson (40th, 24:29), Jessie Marlin (53rd, 26:16), Kayla Burns (56th, 26:34) and Kelsea Burns (61st, 27:10).

 

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