Kara Robinson was a part of three event titles in leading the Warrior girls to the team title in their season-opening Watkins Icebreaker.
Robinson won the 100 hurdles (15.6) and 300 hurdles (47.4) and joined Monica Tumblin, Theresa LaGreca and Abby Barone on the winning shuttle hurdles team (1:09.1).
The Warriors scored 211.5 points, finishing ahead of Hilliard Darby’s 175.5.
Other Watkins winners were Lindsey Finnegan in the high jump (5 feet); McKenzie Biniker in the 100 (12.9); Rachel Lawwell in the 200 (26.05); Samantha Hyme in the 1,600 (5:28.9); Josie Woosley in the 3,200 (11:54.2); Hyme, Lawwell, Nicole Holtz and Kelsey Grove in the 1,600 relay (4:12.3) and Woosley, Rachael Schoenberger, Claire Snode and Lauren Miller in the 3,200 relay (10:37.67).
Evan Caniff won the 100 (11.06) and anchored the 400 (44.50) and 800 (1:31.7) relays to victory to lead the Watkins boys to the team title. The Warriors had 197.5 points ahead of Gahanna’s 155.
Watkins Memorial’s Nicole Holtz jumps 16-8.5 Monday during the Watkins Icebreaker track meet.
Tyler Culpepper, Solomon Broomfield and Devon Miller joined Caniff on the 400 relay, and Culpepper, Broomfield and Bobby Broomfield also were on the 800 relay.
Other winners were Jarod Worcester in the pole vault (13-0), Chance Abbitt in the 200 (22.81); Desmond Melson in the 400 (50.12); Andrew Jordan in the 1,600 (4:25.3); Bobby Broomfield, Jake Correll, Gerick Brewer and Kyle Marohl in the shuttle hurdles (1:02.1) and Melson, Abbitt, Brewer and Correll (3:31.8) in the 1,600 relay.