MileSplit Ohio is set to launch our indoor season on-site coverage this weekend at Tiffin University's Heminger Center.
Articles with Lima Shawnee
Check out all of the results from the MileSplit / SPIRE Scholastic Showcase.
University of Cincinnati commit, LaCarr Trent went 6.86 and 21.96 to earn the 60m and 200m victories at the Jerome Fields Open.
A deep field of sprinters has been assembled for the MileSplit / SPIRE Scholastic Showcase.
LaCarr Trent and Gahanna Lincoln put up big performances at the Kevin Dare Invite in State College, PA.
OSU Buckeyes commit, Jaydan Wood is one of a number of the state's elite athletes who have confirmed their intention to compete at the 2019 Showcase.
Youngstown State commit, Christian Ford got some work in this past weekend at the Black Jack Classic. The senior from Lima Shawnee took the 200m win and runner-up honors in the 60.
Youngstown State University commit, Christian Ford will line-up in the 60m and 200m contests.
Youngstown State University commit, Christian Ford went 7.13 in last year's 60m finals.
Ypsilanti Community's Cortez Cunningham (#6) recorded a time of 21.89 to win the 200m EE finals.
Thomas Worthington's Andy Payne finished sixth in the 5000m race with his time of 14:58.28.
Lima Shawnee's Christian Ford is ranked No. 2 in the 200m event.
Madison's Nolan Landis will be seeking the shot put win at the MileSplit / SPIRE Showcase.
Lima Shawnee's Christian Ford (left) is ranked in a tie for 2nd in the 200m event.
The 2018 MileSplit / SPIRE Scholastic Showcase will take place on February 11th at the SPIRE Institute.
Watch event videos from the Tiffin University High School Indoor Meet #1.
The Tiffin University High School Indoor Meet #1 took place this past Sunday at the Heminger Center.
The Tiffin University High School Meet #1 takes place on Sunday at the Heminger Center.
An interview with Christian Ford of Lima Shawnee High School
OATCCC Indoor State Championship - D2 / D3 Preview
How do Freshman runners fare at the varsity level? How do they transition from the 2-mile, Middle School distance, to the 3.1 mile varsity distance? Obviously, there are some very talented Middle School runners, but statistics indicate that very few step up as Freshman into the varsity spotlight. At last year’s OHSAA Cross Country Championships, in all six boys and girls divisions, a total of 883 runners competed. Of the 883, 98, just 11% of the runners were Freshman. A closer look at the Freshman statistics for each of the divisions is interesting, but what are the reasons that we don’t see more Freshman faring well at the varsity level? There may not be a simple answer, but the statistics do indicate that there is a definite maturation that takes place; physically, mentally and in experience, and that there is even a more distinct difference between the boys and the girls as they transition from the Middle School to the High School level.
It was the first busy weekend for Ohio Indoor Track and Field with seven different meets taking to the track to heat up the competition for qualifying to the state meet. Many great performances were ran, jump and thrown this weekend. Click on the title to read about each meet.