Olmsted Falls Girls Varsity Track

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Bulldogs Show Improvement, Fall to Avon

On Wednesday night, the Avon Eagles got the best of the Lady Bulldogs through the cold April weather. Many athletes still managed to get personal bests but the night was highlighted by the efforts of Sophomore Julia Candow who won the 100m dash, placed second in long jump and led off the winning 4×400 relay.

Lady Bulldogs Take Second at Fairview Relays

On Friday night the Bulldogs traveled to Fairview for the Warrior Relays. Highlighting the meet were first place finishers including the long jump relay (Candow, Smith, Ashley Rice) and the JV 4×100 (Smith, Ally Rice, Reading and Palmer). The Bulldogs host conference foe, Avon, on Wednesday evening. Others placing: 2nd: HJ relay (Ally Rice, Ventimiglia,

Rice and Reading Highlight SWC Duel

On Wednesday, the Bulldogs traveled to Amherst for their first SWC duel. The team lost 105.5-31.5 but had many personal bests along the way. Ally Rice took home the high jump crown and freshman Molly Reading won her first varsity race in the 300 hurdles. The Bulldogs travel to Fairview Park today for the Warrior

Boys and Girls Brave the Cold at Lexington

On Saturday, the Bulldogs finished 9th and 10th for the boys and girls. The Dogs had to deal with chilly temperatures but had some strong performances from junior Brennan Winkel and junior Lauren Gumeny. Winkel vaulted his way to a new outdoor personal best placing second in the pole vault and Gumeny took the 300

Ellis and Gumeny Lead Bulldogs to Nelson Howe Title

Thursday night, the Bulldogs came out on top in a very wet and cold Nelson Howe Invitational at Firelands High School. The Bulldogs got great contributions from freshman Mikayla Ellis coming in first in the 3200m, second in the 1600m and being a part of the winning 4×800 team. Junior Lauren Gumeny had a solid

Girls Show Strong at John Sanders

The Bulldogs took the W on Saturday by having strong performances throughout the day. The Bulldogs were led with first place finishes by Julia Candow (LJ), Morgan Ciolek (PV), Maddie Boka (100h, 200), Lauren Gumeny (300h), 4×400 relay (Gumeny, Candow, Ellis, Colozza) and the 4×800 relay (McCullar, Weber, Klimchak, Ellis). The Bulldogs will head to

Track & Field Team Qualifies Nine Bulldogs for Regional

The Olmsted Falls Track & Field team qualified nine Bulldogs for the Division I/Region 2 OHSAA meet to be held at Amherst Steele High School on Wednesday, May 24th and Friday, May 26th. Regional Qualifiers Consist of: Maddie Boka, 10th Grade 100m Hurdles Lauren Gumeny, 10th Grade 300m Hurdles; 4 x 400m Relay Julia Candow,

Bulldog Track & Field Program Prepares for OHSAA District Meet

Good Luck to the Bulldog Track & Field Program as they prepare for the OHSAA District Meet, held at Amherst – Steele High School (450 Washington Street, Amherst, OH 44001), on Wednesday, May 17th and Friday, May 19th. The 18 schools competing at the Amherst – Steele District are: Avon, Avon Lake, Bay, Elyria, John

Bulldog Track & Field Team Prepares for SWC Championships

Good Luck to the Bulldog Track & Field team as they prepare for the Southwestern Conference Championships, held at Amherst Steele High School (450 Washington Street, Amherst, OH 44001) on Wednesday, May 10th and on Friday, May 12th. The conference championship detailed information is listed below: 2017 SWC Wednesday Schedule 2017 SWC Friday Schedule Go

Boka is MVP at Bulldog Relays

On Friday night, the Bulldogs fought through the elements placing second at the 43rd annual Kiwanis Bulldog Relays. Sophomore Maddie Boka earned the meet’s MVP honors as she placed first in the 100m hurdles, sprint medley, 4×100 and second place in the shuttle hurdles. Joining Boka in the relay victories were freshman Julia Candow, senior