Baggetta, Patterson set Butler records

Golden Tornado shine at indoor track meet; wrestlers 2nd at Sharon

January 27, 2020 High School Round Up 

 

Megan Baggetta Freshman broke Butler's indoor long jump record Saturday at Kent State

Butler's indoor track and field team broke two more school records Saturday at the Kent State University high school meet.

There were 132 schools competing.

Freshman Megan Baggetta won the triple jump with a school-record leap of 36 feet, 8.25 inches. Lexis Frost set the previous mark of 35-6.5 in 2011.

Tim Patterson broke the 3,200-meter record with a time of 9 minutes, 58.87 seconds. Chris Grooms was the previous record holder.

The Golden Tornado's girls 1,600-meter relay team of Taylor Timmons, Chelsey Kabel, Emma Lehman and Gabby Boden won the race with a state qualifying time of 4:08.85.

Slippery Rock competed in the meet as well. Seaton Wozniak placed second in the shot put with a throw of 46 feet, 9 inches, resetting his school's indoor record.

Butler placers in the meet follow:

Girls

Triple Jump: 1-Megan Baggetta 36-8.25

4x400 Relay: 1-Taylor Timmions, Chelsey Kabel, Emma Lehman, Gabby Boden 4:08.85

3,200: 2-Jen Cichra, 3-Autumn Pettinato

4x200 Relay: 2-Anna Baxter, Alli Morrow, Emma Lehman, Gabby Boden

4x800 Relay: 2-Autumn Pettinato, Jen Cichra, Krislyn Green, Chloe Weiland

High Jump: 3-Katie Ban, 5-Alexia Mechling

200: 5-Gabby Boden

1,600: 5-Chelsey Kabel

Pole Vault: 8-Heidi Bednarz 9-6

Boys

3,200: 2-Tim Patterson

1,600: 2-CJ Singleton

High Jump: 2-Sami Taoufik 6-5

4x400 Relay: 2-Byron Manchester, Isaiah Seybert, Sage Vavro, Guinness Brown

400: 4-Guinness Brown

800: 4-Sage Vavro, 6-Ryder Kriley

4x200 Relay: 50-Byron Manchester, Presley Ornelas, Isaiah Seybert, Guinness Brown

Triple Jump: 6-Luke Campbell

Pole Vault: 6-Andres Kline

Wrestling

Butler placed second in the 16-team Sharon Duals over the weekend.

The Golden Tornado defeated Corry 34-28, Erie 70-8 and Indiana 39-36 in pool matches before besting Elizabeth Forward 46-28 in the semifinals.

Norwin defeated Butler 40-36 in the championship match. The Tornado are 15-5 in dual matches this season.

Caleb Hartung went 5-0 with two pins for Butler. Levi Donnel, Colton Spohn, Steven Green, Nate McDonald, Hunter Neff and Cooper Baxter all went 4-1. Spohn and Green had four pins each.

Girls Basketball

Anna Kadlubek scored 14 points, but Slippery Rock dropped a 77-38 decision to Blackhawk Saturday.

The host Cougars scored 48 points in the first half. Bronwyn McCoy scored eight points and Ella McDermott six for the Rockets.

Slippery Rock cruised to a 68-26 victory at Franklin on Friday. Hallie Raabe paced the Rockets with 15 points while McDermott had 14 and Kadlubek 10.

Mercer 55, Union 43 Dominika Logue scored 17 points and had 11 rebounds for the Golden Damsels. Keira Croyle added 10 points.

UNION 43

Maggie Minick 5, Keira Croyle 10, Hailey Kroebel 9, Dominika Logue 17, Tori Milliron 2. Totals: 15 8-18 43.

MERCER 55

Fisher 12, P.Miller 3, Balaski 6, D.Miller 14, Baker 15, Godfey 1, Fedorchak 4. Totals: 19 14-21 55 .

Union 3 10 15 15 43

Mercer17 9 11 18 55

3-point goals: Logue 4, Kriebel; D.Miller 6, Fisher

Boys Basketball

Truman Vereb led three Union players in double figures, scoring 12 points, but the Golden Knights dropped a 55-42 decision to Mercer.

Caden Rainey and Luke Bowser scored 10 points each.

MERCER 55

Woody Nickel 11, Logan Turton 13, Jake Mattocks 20, Dom Pugh 4, C.Doolin 7. Totals: 22 4-6 55.

UNION 42

Caden Rainey 10, Truman Vereb 12, Luke Bowser 10, Layton Stewart 3, Skyler Roxbury 2. Totals: 16 8-14 42.

Mercer 13 12 14 16 55

Union5 12 10 15 42

3-point goals: Nickel 3, Mattocks 3, Doolin; Vereb 2

Mars 53, Franklin Regional 42 Michael Carmody scored 12 points, Zac Schlegel 11 and Joey Craska 10 for the Planets in this Friday game.

MARS 53

Jared Kozora 1, Zac Schlegel 11, Michael Carmody 12, Anthony Vargo 2, Chris Dvorak 8, Joey raska 10, Mihali Sfanos 9. Totals: 16 19-27 53.

FRANKLIN REGIONAL 42

Kimmich 17, Smith 4, O'Toole 4, Hannah 6, Summerhill 8, Treloar 3. Totals: 15 6-11 42.

Mars 5 19 6 23 53

Franklin Regional11 9 8 14 42

3-point goals: Schlegel, Craska; Kimmich 5, Treloar

Highlands 70, Freeport 40 Matt Aulicino led three Yellowjackets in double figures, scoring 13 points in this Friday road loss.

FREEPORT 40

Ben Lane 2, Vinnie Clark 2, Garret Schaffhauser 10, Christian Waronsky 10, Aiden Skradski 2, Matt Aulicino 13, Andrew Speer 1.

HIGHLANDS 70

Timmy Kunst 7, Antoine McDaniel 9, Korry Myers 10, Carter Leri 10, Johnny Crise 13, Luke Cochran 17, Waheem Roman 4.

Freeport 9 9 10 12 40

Highlands15 18 20 17 70

Swimming

Maggie Massella, Gracie Olshanski, Natalie Double and Alyssa Olshanski of Slippery Rock won the girls 200 medley relay over the weekend at the Poland Invitational.

The same quartet placed second in the 200 free relay.

The Rockets' Conner Wallace and Gracie Olshanski swam their season's best times in the 50 free. Sarah McCandless swam a district qualifying time in the 500 free.