The Bureau Valley girls won their own eight-team invitational Thursday night, defeating second-place Stark County by a wide margin, 194-84.
Hailey Weidner won the 1600 (5:46.35) and 3200 (12:02.6), with teammate Nataleigh Nugent taking second in the 1600.
Saige Barnett won the shot put by seven feet with a throw of 39-10. She also won the discus (118 feet).
Freshman Kamryn Kolb won the 100 in 12.93 seconds and the long jump with a leap of 17-4 1/2. Classmate Lauren Wirth won the 100 hurdles with a time of 17.82.
Coach Dale Donner said the Storm had many personal bests, including Alex Geary, who placed in all four events she competed in.
Hall (54) placed sixth as a team, led by senior Kaelyn Hamalle, who won the 400 (1:03.95) and triple jump (34-7) and placed second in the long jump (17-1).
St. Bede (51) was seventh, landing a blue ribbon in the 400 relay with Kaelyn Condon, Macy Bosnich, Anna Postula and Hallie McGuire, who turned in a time of 53.47.
Best efforts for Princeton (19 1/2) were fourths in the 400 relay, long jump by Kendra Cain and 800 run by Elizabeth Orwig.
At Spring Valley: Hall senor Kaelyn Hamalle won the long jump (16-3) and placed second in the 200 and triple jump in a quadrangular hosted by Hall Tuesday. The Lady Devils placed fourth (52) in a field headed by Erie-Prophetstown.
Princeton 5, Rochelle 0: The Tigresses got a hat trick by Kiley Schenck and two goals and an assist from Lydia Smallwood to blitz the Hubs Thursday night at Bryant Field.
Vicki Tieman and Anna Murray also contributed assists while Angie Turpen made five saves on goal.
“We are starting to come together and play some pretty good soccer,” PHS coach David Gray said. “Rochelle came out with energy and played very tough. It was a physical match, but very well played. This puts our record at 3-2-1, and we hope we can continue to build from this.”
PHS won the JV match 9-0.
Junior high track
At Manlius: Jaden Michlig broke the BV South shot put record with a toss of 44-1/4 Tuesday, breaking the record previously held by Shawn Weger of 43-1.
St. Bede 4, Princeton 1: The Bruins stole the Tigers’ show on their home court, defeating the PHS netters Tuesday afternoon. The Bruins swept singles play behind Mario Cote and Ben Morrow. Doubles wins came from the teams of Nathan Potthoff and Charles Korey, and Seth Ludford and Jack Senica.
PHS won the No. 1 doubles match 6-3, 6-4 behind Nolan Frank and Ryan Frank.