WC women second in Scott Invitational


By David Wahl III - WC Contributor



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TIFFIN, Ohio – The Wilmington College women’s track and field finished second Saturday at the Monica Scott Invitational at Heidelberg University.

Baldwin-Wallace won the event with 143.5 points while Wilmington came in with 132 points.

Emma Burke ended her last regular season races with first place finishes in both the 100-meter hurdles (15.43) and 400-meter dash (1:01.09).

Lili Williford in pole vault and Madison Dietz in triple jump both placed first while Dietz also took second in long jump. Kayli Sullivan continues to build a legacy as she finished first in shot put, second in discus and second in hammer. Sullivan is currently ranked in the top three in the conference in both shot put and hammer as well as top 10 in discus.

The distance duo of Kaitlyn Rauch (third) and Julia Bystrom (fourth) started off the day with top four finishes in the 1,500-meter run.

Wilmington High School graduate Jenna Victor finished fourth (15.38) in the 100-meter dash with teammate Miranda Gibson close behind in fifth (15.78).

Milena Wahl (2:32.20) and Kelsey Broering (2:36.11) took second and third in the 800-meter run. Both relays placed in the top two for the Quakers as the 4×100-meter squad took first place and the 4×400-meter group placed second.

The Quakers will take a week of rest to prepare for the Ohio Athletic Conference Championship meet May 6-7 in Tiffin.

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By David Wahl III

WC Contributor