HERMITAGE, Pa. – Five different athletes won multiple events in Saturday’s track portion of the City of Hermitage Invitational.
On the boys’ side, Hickory freshman Keenan Scullin, teammate Cole Frazier, Moniteau’s Alex Bell both won two events each, as did Slippery Rock’s Anna Kadlubek and Hickory’s Aniyah Anderson on the girls’ side.
Kadlubek took first in the 100 and 200 and took second in the 400, while Anderson easily raced to victory in the 100 and 300 hurdles.
Scullin took the 100 and 200 for the boys, Frazier the 400 and 800, and Bell the 110 and 300 hurdles.
Hickory’s Thomas Hunyadi won the 3200 on the boys’ side, while Grove City’s Abby Steffler won the 800 and Hickory’s Christie Boren the 400 for the girls.
In addition, Reynolds’ Hannah Wagner, after taking second in a fierce battle with Mercer’s Willow Myers, raced past the field in the 3200.
OIL COUNTRY INVITATIONAL
OIL CITY, Pa. – There were multiple multi-event winners at the Oil County Invitational over the weekend.
On the girls side, Fort LeBoeuf’s Audrey Friedman took first in the shot put and javelin, as did Baylee Blauser of A-C Valley in the long jump and triple jump.
On the track, Lakeview’s Lydia Reed took first in the 200 and 400, with Warren’s Kyleigh Wilson winning the 100 and second in the 200.
For the boys, Oil City’s Mario Fontanazza was a winner in the shot put and discus.
On the track, Ethan Barrick of Lakeview won the 800 and 1600.