Gibsonburg’s girls track and field team won the St. Wendelin Invitational Saturday garnering 108 points. St. Josesph Central Catholic was third (93) and Old Fort tenth (17) in a field of 14 teams.
Kendall Reynolds won the 100 dash in 12.71 seconds and her twin sister, Colleen, finished second (12.91). Colleen won the 400 (59.99) and the 200 (26.4), while Kendall finished second and third respectivley in those races. Johanna Ehrenhard won the 3,200 for the Golden Bears in a time of 12:30.67.
The Crimson Streaks’ 4×200 relay team of Madisyn Kleinschmit, Blair Wonderly, Ava Stepanic and Jessica Drown took first in 1:51.99. Kleinschmit was also second in the 200 (26.75). Chloe Liebold was first in the 1,600 run (5:38.80). Liebold, Drown and Kleinschmit also won the 4×400 relay in 4:17.18 with teammate Brook Foster. Stepanic was second in the long jump (14-feet, 6-inches). Olivia Reinhart was second in the shot put (33-10).
Old Fort picked up a second-place finish in the discus behind a 103-10 toss from Sam Miller.
On the boys side, Gibsonburg finished fourth overall with 601/2 points, which was followed by SJCC (59) and Old Fort at 191/2 in a field of 15 teams.
Jacob Kiser’s 6-00 leap in the high jump earned first place for the Golden Bears. SJCC’s Derek Rosengarten was second at 5-10.
Old Fort’s Adam Alexander won the pole vault by clearing 14-00.
For a full list of winners and event outcomes, please visit http://www.baumspage.com/track/stwendel/2015/2015%20Results.htm.