VINDY LIVE State track | V.Christian’s Jamynk Jackson gets 2 STATE TITLES today

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Brian Dzenis will be at the state meet at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus. Today's the big day. Brian's Twitter account is @Brian_Dzenis.


Valley Christian’s Jamynk Jackson has has 2nd state title on the day in the 200! Wellsville’s Justin Wright, the top seed in the 200, finished in third

Valley Christian’s 4x200 title is the school’s first state title in track.

Valley Christian is at the top of the podium and this might not be the first time we see them there today. There is still the 4x100 relay left.

Valley Christian misses out on a second state title today, taking 2nd in the 4x100.

South Range’s Ian Pierson did not place in the 1600. He was 15th overall.

Salem’s Cooper Stockman (discus) and Poland’s Chloe Kosco (long jump) did not place. Hubbard’s Jared Southern is in the final 4 for high jump.

Badger’s Miranda Stanhope and McDonald’s Anna Guerra took 7th and 9th in the 3200.

The Lordstown 4x400 relay finished in 8th place

Maplewood’s Ethan Sparks takes 4th in the 1600.

Boardman’s Micah Beckwith took 8th in the seated 800. Beckwith missed the podium in the seated 400 by less than a second, taking 9th overall.

Badger’s Miranda Stanhope takes 3rd in the 1600. McDonald’s Malina Mitchell took 5th and East Palestine’s Alexis Cunningham took 10th.

Hubbard’s Jared Southern takes 6th in the high jump.

McDonald girls take 8th in the 4x200 relay.

Jackson-Milton’s Michaelina Terranova takes 6th in the 300 hurdles.

Wellsville’s Justin Wright is the 100 runner up by 0.01 seconds.

Crestview took 4th in the boys 4x100.

In early action, Badger’s Devin Moore took 7th in the 100 hurdles and Liberty’s Madyson Hamner took 3rd in the 100.



Crestview’s Dominic Perry is the D-III shotput state champion! McDonald’s Zach Gray took fifth.

Crestview’s Dominic Perry and McDonald’s Zach Gray are in the shot put finals. Perry is currently in the lead

To close out the D-III running events, McDonald girls are the No. 2 seed in the 4x400 in the finals. In the boys 4x400, Lordstown is in the finals.

Wellsville’s Justin Wright wins the 200 prelim. Wright is the top seed in both the 100 and 200 finals. He and VC’s Jamynk Jackson are in tomorrow’s finals.

Crestview and VC make the boys 4x100 finals

Crestview boys have made the 4x200 final; Valley Christian takes 2nd in the 4x200 relay, and Liberty is 9th

Jackson-Milton’s Michaelina Terranova won her prelim of the 300 hurdles and has the second best time going into tomorrow’s final

McDonald is the only local qualifier for the girls 4x200 relay final.


Neither of Salem’s 4x400 relays made the finals.

Struthers’ Kylel Griffin did not make the finals in the 300 hurdles

Both Lakeview’s Ashley Bowker and Mara Wilson did not reach the finals in the 300 hurdles

Girard’s Michael Belcik and Hubbard’s Jarred Southern both didn’t make the finals in the 400

Lakeview girls 4x100 does not make the finals

Poland girls and West Branch boys 4x200 relays did not make the finals.

Newton Falls teammates Izzy Kline and Kayla Barreca took 4th and 5th, respectively, in the discus

South Range’s Mathias Combs did not make the finals in the 100

Lisbon’s Seth Stokes takes 7th in the high jump.

Valley Christian’s India Snyder took 7th place in the long jump

Lakeview’s Liam Bolvin did not make the finals in the 110 hurdles

Boardman’s Micah Beckwith took 7th in the seated shot put.

Both Brookfield’s Alex Bell and Springfield’s Garrett Walker did not make the finals in the boys 400

South Range’s Kayti Aczel takes 8th in the discus; Salem’s Caitlyn Marx was eliminated in the discus

Liberty’s Justin Clark did not make the final of the 300 hurdles

Both Brookfield’s Alex Bell and Springfield’s Garrett Walker did not make the finals in the boys 400

Cardinal Mooney’s Kyle Jornigan takes 5th in the shot put

In girls 4x200 relay final, Springfield and Liberty were eliminated.

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