Huron Girls Varsity Track

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Boys Place 3rd, Girls 4th, at Bellevue Invite

On what started as a typical cold and windy April Saturday, it turned out to be a great day for track and field at the Bellevue Elks Invitational. The boys team was able to score 113 points and take 3rd place, and the girls team racked up 100 points to finish 4th overall. For the

Huron Track Teams Battle Oak Harbor, Clyde in Tri-Meet

The Tiger track teams traveled to Clyde last night in tri-meet action against the Fliers and Oak Harbor Rockets. All teams benefited from a strong tailwind in the short sprints and there were plenty of improved times along with it. Unfortunately, pole vault had to be cancelled due to the high winds, but all other

Tiger Track Teams Sink Vermilion In Dual

The Huron track teams took on Vermilion Tuesday night, with both the girls (67-56) and the boys (72.50-64.50) defeating the Sailors. As usual, the Tigers racked up plenty of notable performances throughout the meet. Starting with the boys, in the field events, Noah Woodruff swept both the discus (115’03”) and the shot put (44’3″), while

Girls Smash 39-Year-Old Sprint Relay Record, Place 3rd at Edison Invite

Another historic school record was set at the Edison Invite on Saturday, and it was one that stood untouched for almost 40 years. The girls 4x100m relay team of Hunter Garbe, Virginia Spitzley, Bridgette Gerber-Winschel, and Isabella Cozzie ran a 50.88, destroying the school record (51.6) that was set back in 1980 by M. Perdue,

Garbe Shatters 23-Year-Old Record, Huron Track Teams Sweep Edison in Dual

Tuesday was a day of historic proportions at Edison, as senior Hunter Garbe destroyed the 100m hurdle record that stood for 23 years. Garbe won the event, running a 15.40, setting a lifetime best and eclipsing the school record of 16.0 that was set by A. Thompson back in 1996. Garbe came within a hundredth

Huron Track Teams Run Down Willard

The Huron track teams went to work Tuesday night, as they battled the Willard Crimson Flashes at home. Both teams were able to run away with the victory, with the boys winning with a score of 72-65, and the girls with a score of 80-55. Leading off the scoring for the girls was the 4×800

Tiger Tracksters Open Season with Margaretta Dual Meet

The Huron Tiger boys and girls track teams kicked off their season with a home meet against Margaretta on Tuesday night. The weather was typical for early season track in Ohio, but the sun was shining and so were many of our Tigers. The boys team was victorious with a final score of 93-44, while

Three Huron Tracksters Compete at Tiffin Indoor Meet

Three Tiger athletes competed at Tiffin University’s Heminger Center Indoor Track and Field Complex to kick off an early start to the 2019 season. Although these meets are not affiliated with the OHSAA, athletes are able to qualify for the OATCCC Indoor State Championships on March 2nd. Seniors Hunter Garbe (competed unattached) and Bridgette Gerber-Winschel

Huron places 4 of 6 athletes at State track championships

There were 6 athletes that qualified for StateĀ in 8 total events for the Tiger track teams, and 4 out of those 6 placed in the top 8 for their respective events to earn a spot on the podium at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium this weekend. On day 2 of the State track meet, there were

Two Tigers land on podium on Day 1 at State

Of the six athletes that qualified for the State championships this weekend in Columbus, four of them competed on Day 1 of the days’ events and two of them made the podium. Starting the day were two seniors, Casey VanCauwenbergh, coming off a regional championship last weekend in the pole vault for the boys’ side,