Copley track & field traveled to Wooster High School on Saturday morning for the Nikki Reynolds Invitational. Senior Parker Ohlin took home two 1st place finishes in the 110 meter hurdles and pole vault. In the 110 meter hurdles Ohlin ran a new personal best time of 15.95. In the pole vault, Ohlin cleared a height of 13’0″. Senior Levi Yoder joined Ohlin in the 110 meter hurdles placing 3rd with a time of 16.07. Yoder didn’t stop there. He also finished Saturday with two other medals in the 300 meter hurdlers and the long jump. Yoder finished 8th in the 300 meter hurdles with a time of 45.22 and 6th in long jump with a mark of 18’11.75″. Senior Darryl Pringle took 3rd in the 100 meter dash with a time of 11.65. Junior Preston Taylor finished runner-up in the 200 meter dash with a time of 23.64. Taylor’s teammate, Thomas Sekas, placed 6th in the 200 meter dash with a time of 24.33. Senior Tim Christian joined Pringle, Taylor, and Sekas in the 4×200 meter relay to place 2nd with a new season best time of 1:31.18. Senior Aaron Clayton joined Pringle, Taylor, and Christian in the 4×100 meter relay time to finish 2nd with a time of 43.40. Clayton also placed 2nd in the high jump with a jump of 5’10”. Clayton’s teammate, Luke Brenner, finished with an 8th place finish, clearing 5’6″. Junior Cory Arp finished 8th in the 400 meter dash with a time of 54.04. Arp joined Sekas, Ben Dobo, and Sam Savage in the 4×400 meter relay to run a season best time of 3:34.53 which was good enough for a 2nd place finish. Savage combined with Dylan Wood, Riley Webb, and Jack McCoy in the 4×800 meter relay to finish 2nd place, running a time of 8:29.81. Senior Landon Robinson ended his day with two 6th place finishes in the shot put and discus with distances of 42’3.25″ and a new personal best mark of 131’0″, respectively. Junior Zach Estephan finished with an 8th place vault of 10’0″.
Copley will be traveling to Highland on Tuesday evening.