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Slippery Rock Boys, Fort LeBoeuf Girls Capture D10 Track/Field 2A Team Titles Powered by Janney Montgomery Scott in Clarion

Slippery Rock won the D10 2A boys team title. Photo by Andy Close.

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SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – The Slippery Rock boys and Fort LeBoeuf girls captured the Class 2A team titles at the D10 track and field championships on Saturday.

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Fort LeBoeuf won the D10 Class 2A girls team title. Photo by Andy Close.

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Slippery Rock finished with 101 points and Fort LeBoeuf 78.60.

The Rock was led by Levi Prementine, who won the 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles, and long jump and was on the winning 4×400 relay team.

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Not only did Prementine win those three individual events, but he set PRs in all of them, 14.83 in the 110 hurdles, 38.71 in the 300 hurdles, and 22’10 ½” in the long jump.

“This is amazing,” Prementine said. “This has been our goal since the start of the year. I feel like the bigger meets get my adrenaline rushing more. I kind of expected to run my best times and I did.”


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The 4×400 relay team also included Sam Schwartz, Eli Anderson and Tyler Arblaster, who all had big days in their own right, with Arblaster winning the 400 (50.90).

Franklin’s Caleb Prettyman had a banner day as well, winning the 1600 (4:24.42), 800 (1:58.43) and finished second to Fort LeBoeuf’s Ben Schrumpf (9:44.82) in the 3200.

“The 1600 I was trying to get out hard and the back half do what needs to be done,” Prettyman said. “The 800 I was hoping it felt easier, but it was all out with that wind.”

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North East had a strong day, as Jamri Curlett edged Mercyhurst Prep’s Camden Bryant for the 100 title – 11.03 to 11.05, while their 4×800 team of Lucas Boyd, Aivan Vargas, Riley Kordes, and Kameron Chadsey took first (8:12.11), as did Noah Crozier in the high jump (6’3”).

It was a strong day for Oil City in the throws, as Charlie Motter won the javelin (149’10”) and Cam Crocker the discus (152’6”), with Harbor Creek’s Nick Krahe winning the shot put (53’3 ¼”).

Lakeview’s Danick Hinkson won the 200 (22.37), Wilmington’s Solomon Glavach the pole vault (14’6”), Commodore Perry’s Jack Thomas the triple jump (43’11”), and the Mercyhurst Prep 4×100 relay team of Jeremiah Jones, Craig Buckner, Ja’son Ellman, and Bryant won in 43.55.


LeBoeuf pulled off a rare feat, winning the team title without taking a first, relying on multiple top-five finishes.

It was a strong day for Grove City’s Abbey Nichols, who is going back to states after winning the 300 hurdles (47.42) and the long jump (17’8 ½”). Nichols’ teammate, Rylee Gorrell, won the high jump (5’0”).

“I focused on having fun because that’s why I do track and was able to refocus for the 300 hurdles and finish it out in the long jump,” Nichols said. “We’ve been working on going how pretty hard and I pushed that today and had a pretty fast start. The headwind was a little rough, but I’ll take it over the rain from earlier.

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Also going back to states is Mercer’s Willow Myers, who won the 3200 (11:14.95) and finished second in the 1600 to Greenville’s Karis McElhaney.

“It’s just great,” Myers said. “The visualization of all your hard work paying off is impossible to put into words and I love every minute of it. It’s amazing.”

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Speaking of McElhaney, she also was on the winning 4×800 relay team that also included Sarah Day, Josie Lewis, and Peyton Davis (9:58.78). Teammate Maggie Goodlin also won the shot put (36’7 ¾”)

Lakeview’s Lydia Reed also had a good a day as anybody, winning the 200 (25.74) and 400 (59.56) and running the anchor leg of the winning 4×400 relay team that also included Kady Alexander, Laci Redfoot, and Kendall Emmert (4:10.62). Teammate Erika McGowan won the pole vault, clearing 11’.

Sharpwsville’s Riley Tighe (12.69) won the 100 and teamed with Macie Steiner, Savannah Hassan, and Tamya Hubbard to win the 4×100 relay in 50.46.

North East also had a pair of winners, with Delaney Prather taking the javelin (122’1”) and Tessa Bemiss the discus (113’2”).

Other winners were Reynolds’ Grace Bresnan in the triple jump (37’10 ½”), Sharon’s Ondrea Young in the 100 hurdles (15.42), and Fairview’s Isabel Owens in the 800 (2:23.31).

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