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Slippery Rock Boys, Hickory Girls Claim Team Titles at City of Hermitage Invite; Redbank’s Harmon Sets Multiple School Records

Redbank Valley's Mylee Harmon (center) broke the school record in the 20 and 400 at the City of Hermitage Invitational on Saturday. Photo Redbank Valley Track.

HERMITAGE, Pa. – The Slippery Rock boys and Hickory girls captured team titles at the 22nd annual City of Hermitage Invitational on Saturday.

The Slippery Rock had 106 points, holding off Grove City, which finished at 101. The Hickory girls, meanwhile, finished with 90 points, edging second-place Fairview, which finished with 86.

Seaton Wozniak took first in the shot and discus for the Slippery Rock boys to help lead them to the win.

The Hickory girls got individual wins from Jessica Miklos in the discus and Paige Griffith in the high jump.

Redbank Valley freshman Mylee Harmon also had a big day on the girls’ side, taking first in the 400 (1:00.24) and 200 (26.43), setting school records in both events. Also on the girls’ side, Wilmington’s Lindsey Martineau was first in the 100 hurdles and second in the 300 hurdles, while Grove City’s Abigail Steffler won the 1600 and was also on the winning 1600 relay team.

Fairview’s Jen Hunter also won the long jump and was on the winning 4×100 relay team.

Hickory’s Keenan Scullin was a multiple event winner on the boys’ side, taking first in the 100 and 200, as was teammate Thomas Hunyadi in the 1600 and 3200.

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FRANKLIN, Pa. – A number of District 9 and District 10 athletes turned in strong showings at the Franklin Invitational.

On the girls’ side, Franklin’s Nadalie Latchaw (1600, 3200) and Ashley Alcorn (shot put, discus), as well as Sharpsville’s Liva Vocaire (long jump, triple jump), and Cranberry’s Jordan Montgomery (800, part of winning 1600 relay team) were multiple-event winners.

For the boys, Oil City’s Jack Mumford (1600, 3200), Keystone’s Drew Slaugenhaupt (110 hurdles, 300 hurdles, part of winning 1600 relay team), and Titusville’s Lodge Nosko (shot put javelin) took multiple firsts.

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ERIE, Pa. – The Fort LeBoeuf girls and McDowell boys captured team titles at the McDowell Invitational.


The LeBoeuf girls finished with 156, while McDowell was second at 129. The Trojan boys finished with 149 points to 130 for Harbor Creek. Those were the only four teams to surpass 100 team points.

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