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Weiner falls in tennis sectional

Junior Carl Weiner was the lone Bulldog on the YSHS tennis team to advance to the second round of the Div. II sectional tournament held at Troy High School last week. Weiner beat his first-round opponent from Southeastern on Tuesday, May 11, to advance to round two, where he faced Northeastern senior James Oswalt on Wednesday, May 12. Weiner bowed 6–2, 6–3 to Oswalt, who went on to lose in straight sets to his next opponent from Brookville.

McKinney girls win MBC track meet

The McKinney Middle School girls track and field team won the Metro Buckeye Conference meet held on Saturday, May 15, with 139 points, ahead of second-place Emmanuel Christian with 71. Of a total of seven teams, the McKinney boys team earned 122 points to take home the runner-up trophy. The boys finished close behind winner Emmanuel and light years ahead of third place Xenia Christian with 59 points.

For the girls, the 4×100-relay team of Camara Cross, AnnDee Pettiford, Brianna Ayers and Rachelle Orme broke the school record again with a new mark of 56.1. The girls 4×200 relay team of Ayers, Pettiford, Michela Roe and Kennedy Harshaw also won that event in 2:02.56, with plenty of time to spare.

In individual performances for the Mc-Kinney girls, Sage Wolfe won the high jump and Taylor Beck won the discus, while Michela Roe and Talia Boutis took second and third, respectively, in the 100 dash. Orme finished second in the 200 hurdles and Ayers took second in the 200 dash. Pettiford finished second in the long jump, and Cross was second in the shot put.

For the boys team, Ahmad Wagner won the high jump, while Zane Pergram took the pole vaulting event. Taylor Beck won the discus throw, and Nathan Miller won the 800-meter run. Wagner also finished second in the 100 dash, and Edward Johnson took second in the 200 hurdles

The 4×400-relay team of Ian Chick, Johnson, Fielding Lewis and Miller took second place.

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