The Woodridge girls qualified a handful of girls to the Ohio State Championships this weekend from the Austintown Regional Championship meet. The girls finished 9th of the 37 scoring teams and had a slew of great performances.
On Thursday, the 3200 Relay team of Natalie Fleming, Molly Howard, Katie Kearns, and Nicole Fleming will return after their 4th place finish in 2016.
On Saturday, Nicole Seff became the first female pole vaulter in school history to compete at the state level with her 4th place finish. Camryn scored valuable points in the event as well with a strong 5th place showing.
The distance crew continued their work on Saturday with Nicole Fleming finishing 3rd with a lifetime best in the 1600 and Libby Howard punched her ticket to Columbus with a 4th place finish in the 3200 meter run. Clare Willett and Molly Howard scored points in the 3200 and 800 meter runs as well. Kiara King competed in the discus and joined Gracey Radwany, Erin Eby, and Adelle Tannous in the 4×100 relay. The sprinters ran a season-best to wrap up their year.
The girls will compete in the 3200 relay on Friday afternoon. Nicole will vault on Saturday morning at Ohio State’s Jesse Owens Stadium. Nicole (1600) and Libby (3200) will race on Saturday.
Thanks to all of the Woodridge Track & Field supporters as well as our volunteers, Coach Fechter and Coach Linebarger, for all of their help.