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Results from Oak Hill for Friday, May 5th

OHTF Lady Eagles Win 12th Straight Conference Championship Behind Complete Team Effort – Travis Sets Freshman Scoring Mark

The young OHTF Lady Eagles put points on the board in all 16 events and used a total team effort to score 149 points to out pace the field and win their 12th straight Central Indiana Conference Championship. The Lady Eagles battled all time in a tight team competition with Eastbrook and Frankton. Eastbrook ended up in 2nd with 127.5 points while Frankton, the only team to beat the Lady Eagles during the season took 3rd with 127.

In all the Lady Eagles managed to win only one individual event and one relay on the night but collected 12 2nd and 3rd place finishes.

Freshman Biruk Travis earned two runner up finishes on the night in the 1600 Meter Run and 800 Meter Run but came back to win the team’s only individual event in 3200 Meter Run to earn All Conference Honors. Travis was also part of the 3rd place 4×800 Meter Relay team of Sophomore Audrey Woodard along with Travis’ classmates Addison Carey and Sophia Rowland. With her four solid finishes on the night Travis has now scored more points this season than any other freshman Lady Eagle in program hisotry. Travis now has 135.5 points on the season entering the last regular season meet and the IHSAA Sectional. She surpasses the Top 3 Freshmen Lady Eagle scoring seasons previously held by Janae Moffitt with 127.5, Shallen Lenhart at 121, and Margo Hornocker at 118.25.

The Lady Eagles also got a season best and 1st plae finish from the 4×400 Meter Relay team. Junior Leah Highley anchored the relay to a win as she was joined on the team by Sophomore Ellie Campbell along with Freshmen Lexi Nuber and Audrey Rex who ran a buge 3rd leg in only her 2nd 400 Meter race ever. As as result all four Lady Eagles earned All Conference Honors.

Highley led the way in the sprints scoring big points in the 100 Meter Dash, 200 Meter Dash, and 400 Meter Dash where she took 2nd and ran a new personal best of 1:00.0. Campbell also stockpiled points in the 200 Meter Dash, 400 Meter Dash, and Long Jump.

Lady Eagle Senior Lauren Rex continued to put up impactful points the throws collecting two solid finishes in the Shot Put and Discus with a pair of 3rd place finishes. Sneed added a Top 3 finish in the Pole Vault as did Junior Ruth Tripp in the High Jump.

Nuber grabbed a 2nd in the 300 Meter Hurdles while Senior Kate Thompson earned a 2nd and 4th in the 100 and 300 Meter Hurdles respectively.

Woodard and Sneed added solid points in the distance events as the number two runners in the 800, 1600, and 3200 Meter Runs.

The all underclassmen 4×100 Relay of Freshmen Adurey Rex and Ava Miller along with Sophomores Cail Bowlin and Riley Alfandre competed well in the tighest event of the night taking 4th.

The Lady Eagles who are now 24-1 on the season, are back in action Tuesday May 9th when they celebrate Senior Night at home against Peru. The IHSAA Tourney Series starts the folliwng week Tuesday May 16th at Indiana Wesleyan University.


Freshman Biruk Travis

Freshman Lexi Nuber

Freshman Audrey Rex

Sophomore Ellie Campbell

Junior Leah Highely


4×8 Relay – 3rd Travis, Carey, Rowland, Woodard

100 H – 2nd Thompson, 5th Taylor

100 M – 6th Highley

1600 M – 2nd Travis, 4th Woodard

4×1 Relay – 4th Miller, Bowlin, Alfandre, Rex

400 M – 2nd Highley, 6th Campbell

300 H – 2nd Nuber, 4th Thompson

800 M – 2nd Travis, 4th Sneed

200 M – 3rd Highley, 7th Campbell

3200 M – 1st Travis, 5th Woodard

4×4 Relay – 1st Campbell, Nuber, Rex, Highley

HJ – 3rd Tripp

LJ – 3rd Campbell

SP – 3rd Rex, 5th Shields

DISC – 3rd Rex

PV – 3rd Sneed, 5th McClain


OHTF Golden Eagles Push 200 Points Nearly Doubling Up the Field Winning their 5th Straight Conference Championship – Sweet Wins 4 Events

The OHTF Golden Eagles won their 5th straight Central Indiana Conference Championship Friday after amassing almost 200 points and nearly doubling up the field. Behind 7 1st, 5 1-2 sweeps, points scored in all 16 events, two scorers in 12 of 13 individual events, and 25 Top 5 finishes the Golden Eagles scored 189 points to outpace two talented teams in Mississinewa and Madison Grant who scored 97 and 92 points respectively.

Junior Golden Eagle Trenton Sweet once again led the way. Sweet pulled off the always impressive and difficult distance quad with four 1st place medals on the night. By anchoring the 4×800 Meter Relay to 1st in a season best, then setting lifetime personal bests in the 1600 and 800 Meter Runs, and closing the night out with a sub 10 minute performance to win the 3200 Meter Run Sweet became the 1st Golden Eagle athlete in program history to pull off the distance quad sweep in a Conference Meet. Overall it was the 1st time in 11 years that a Golden Eagle athlete won four events in a Conference meet of any kind. Indiana All Star Alec Samuels did it in 2012.

Junior classmates Owen Jackson and Toby Sneed earned big points in the distance events earning 1-2 sweeps in those events behind Sweet. Jackson took 2nd in both the 1600 and 800 Meter Runs while Sneed took 2nd in the 3200 Meter Run. Sneed joined Sweet under 10 minutes in the 3200 becoming just the 15th athlete in program history to do so. Sweet and Sneed also became the first Golden Eagle athletes to both go under 10 minutes in the event in the same season since Mike Truman and Mark Dively did so in 1971. Sweet broke a big barrier of his own as he went 1:59 in the 800 to become the 11th sub 2 Golden Eagle in Program History.

Sweet and Jackson teamed up with Senior Landon Biegel and Sophomore to start the night off with a 1st place in the 4×800 Meter Relay. Beigel also grabbed a 1st place finish as the anchor of the winning 4×400 Meter Relay team. The 4×4 memebrs were Senior classmates Lucas Hasty and Caleb Kroll along with Junior Levi Trexler who also took 2nd in the High Jump. Biegel added two Top 3 finishes in the High Jump and 400 Meter Dash as Kroll earned Top 4 finishes just behind Biegel in the 400 and Senior Kyle Turanchick in the Long Jump, who took 3rd. Hasty was an multi event winner on the night as well as he went 1-2 in the 300 Hurdles with Wyrick.

Senior Silas Jones took 1st in the Shot Put while Junior Nate Brower and Senior Grant Elzinga posted another 1-2 sweep in the Pole Vault.

The Golden Eagles got some unexpected points in the sprints all night long led by the 2nd place finish from the 4×100 Meter Relay comprised of Turanchick and Trexler along with Sophomores Morshown Cotton and Micah McKinney. Cotton had one of the biggest performances on the entire meet when it came to over producing on seeds. After being seeded to not score a single point in two of his events and a total of 5 points on paper Cotton scored in all three of his events totalling 17 points for the meet.

Other depth points scorers were Senior Wyatt Strange and Junior Tai Johnson in the throws and Sophomore Drew Elzinga in the Hurdles.

The Golden Eagles are now 26-0 on the season and wrap up the regular season next Tuesday May 9th at home on Senior Night against Peru. The IHSAA Tourney Series starts for the Men Thursday May 18th at Indiana Wesleyan University.


Junior Trenton Sweet x 4

Senior Landon Biegel x 2

Senior Lucas Hasty x 2

Senior Caleb Kroll

Senior Silas Jones

Junior Owen Jackson

Junior Nate Brower

Junior Levi Trexler

Sophomore Lance Wyrick


4×8 Relay – 1st Wyrick, Biegel, Jackson, Sweet

110 Hurdles – 3rd Hasty, 7th D. Elzinga

100 M – 6th Cotton

1600 M – 1st Sweet, 2nd Jackson

4×1 Relay – 2nd Turanchick, Trexler, McKinney, Cotton

400 M – 3rd Biegel, 4th Kroll

300 H – 1st Hasty, 2nd Wyrick

800 M – 1st Sweet, 2nd Jackson

200 M – 4th Cotton, 6th McKinney

3200 M – 1st Sweet, 2nd Sneed

4×4 Relay – 1st Kroll, Hasty, Trexler, Biegel

HJ – 2nd Trexler, 3rd Biegel

LJ – 4th Turanchick, 5th Kroll

SP – 1st Jones, 3rd Johnson

DISC – 3rd Strange, 4th Johnson

PV – 1st Brower, 2nd G. Elzinga


Varsity Softball beats Whitko Jr/Sr 7 – 2

A great game of pitching, defense and hitting. Karsyn got the win in the circle with Macie Foustnight coming in and pitching a great 7th inning.

The defense was sharp in their communication and in their execution.

Oak Hill had 11 hits and took another 5 walks. Maxy Pitman leads the way offensively with three hits, including a triple to the fence. Karsyn and Liz Godfrey added two hits each and drove in RBIs. Evie Holz, Lex Myers, Madison Archer and Alivia Shaw all tossed in hits that drove runs in. Mckenzie Miller stole 5 bases on 5 opportunities Friday night.

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