Abby Steiner of Dublin Coffman High School won the 200m state championship in Akron.
Previous recap articles of the OATCCC Indoor State Championship focused on field events, team relay competitions and distance races for girls and boys in D1 and D2 / D3, so we will now begin our review of the girls D1 sprints.
McKenzie Long of Pickerington Central took the state championship win in the 60m with her Ohio #2 time of 7.54. Long's mark is a U.S. tie for #27 and a new P.R. Granville's Natalie Price was 2nd with her 7.55 result and Abby Steiner of Dublin Coffman High School finished in 3rd place with a matching time of 7.55. Price and Steiner now rank in a tie for #3 in the state and a tie for #31 in the country.
PC's McKenzie Long won the 60m race against a strong field of sprinters.
In the 200m race, Abby Steiner captured the win in an outstanding time of 24.23. This result represents an Ohio #1 and a U.S. #11. McKenzie Long finished 2nd in an Ohio #2 time and U.S. #20 time of 24.45 and Euclid's Caisja Chandler took the 3rd spot with her Ohio #3 effort of 24.75.
Abby Steiner won the 200m state championship in an Ohio #1 and U.S. #11 time of 24.23.
In 400m action, Natalie Price claimed the state title in an Ohio #1 and U.S. #8 time of 54.94. Mentor's Emma Lane finished 2nd in an Ohio #2 and U.S. #19 time of 55.60 and Jaydan Wood of Pickerington Central took 3rd place with her 56.52 effort.
Granville High School's Natalie Price won the 400m race in an outstanding time of 54.94
Finally, in the 60m Hurdles competition, Lauren Micham of Sylvania Southview High School recorded an Ohio #1 and U.S. tie for #16 time of 8.59 on route to winning the state championship.
Sylvania Southview's Lauren Micham won the 60m Hurdles race in an Ohio #1 time of 8.59.
Congratulations to all of the girls that participated in the sprints at the state championship meet! Complete results can be viewed here: