TIPPECANOE VALLEY BOYS, WABASH 69, NORTHFIELD 18
Missing several seniors to the yearly senior trip, Tippecanoe Valley’s boys still earned a pair of wins over Wabash and Northfield Tuesday night.
Both the 4×400 (3:47.78) and 4×100 (47.41) collected wins despite a shuffled lineup, while Justin Peconga won the high jump (5’8”) and placed second in the pole vault, Jon Humes was first in the long jump (17’3”), followed by Ethan Hartman in second, and Wade Melanson won the shot put (39’4 1/8”) and was third in discus. Rex Kirkenstien won the 100 (12.06) and was second in the 200. Matthew Howes won the mile with a time of five minutes flat.
The Vikings will travel to North Miami Relays on Friday.
WABASH LADY APACHES 70, TIPPECANOE VALLEY 49, NORTHFIELD 25
Tippecanoe Valley’s girls split a three-way meet with Wabash and Northfield Tuesday.
With a number of athletes on their senior trip and others missing from the lineup due to injuries, Valeria Jimenez stepped up and pulled a victory in the 400 meters (1:09.38), and Maria Henderson grabbed a first in the 3200 (5:49.83).
Field events were key to getting points for the Lady Vikings. As usual, Sidney Wagner excelled in the long jump with a winning clearance of 12’9”, and she blasted past her PR in pole vault, taking second to an experienced Northfield vaulter with a vault of 7’6″. Olivia Smith took first in high jump (4’6”), and the Lady Vikings finished the night with a victory in the 4×400 (4:37.08).
LAKEVIEW 61, HUNTINGTON CRESTVIEW 60, RIVERVIEW 16
Lakeview’s girls earned a narrow win over Huntington Crestview on their way to a pair of wins Tuesday.
Rylee Burns collected firsts in both the 400 meters (1:04.78) and the 800 (2:40.6) as well as with Lakeview’s winning 4×100 team (57.0) alongside Ryan Darlington, Chrissy Rice and Kiana Rager and the team’s winning 4×400 alongside Mikayla Mimnaugh, Rager and Rastrelli (4:33.53). Mimnaugh also took first in the 200 hurdles (32.44) and was second in the 100 hurdles. Rastrelli won the 1600 (5:58.0). Tianna Davis won the high jump (4’6”). Sarah Hardy was first in the shot put (25’0”).