On Thursday night the Bulldogs traveled to Sandusky and placed third. Sophomore Hannah McCullar had a strong day winning the open 800 and leading the 4×800, including junior Sydney VanScoy, freshmen Alyssa Klimchak and Claire Weber, to a first place finish. Sophomore Maddie Boka captured the 300 hurdle title and ran the anchor leg on the winning 4×100 team with freshman Julia Candow, sophomore Grace Piper, and senior Mary Piper. The Piper sisters did their usual damage in the long jump getting first and third. Senior Sarah Makari took second in both the 1600m and 3200m. The 4×400 team of sophomore Lauren Gumeny, Candow, G. Piper, and sophomore Mia Colozza earned second place. Gumeny also earned second in the 300 hurdles and third in the 100h. Colozza also got some points for the Bulldogs as she raced to third in the 400m and had a PR in the high jump good for third. Finally, the 4×200 team of freshmen Colleen Thiel, Lauren Kreitzer and sophomores Abbie LaRosa and Makayla Smith earned third. The Bulldogs next meet is at home as the Dogs host the Bulldog Relays.
4th – 200m: Candow, Pole Vault: Thiel
5th – HJ: Kreitzer, Shot: Berg, PV: Ciolek, 800m: VanScoy, 1600m: Rabbitt, 3200m: Weber
6th – 100m: M. Piper
8th – Disc: Garrity, 400m: Klimchak, 100m: Rice, 100h: Boka