It was another impressive showing for the Saline track and field teams at the D1 regionals last week with the boys taking home another title and the girls finishing second.

The boys’ slipped by Belleville with 112 points to the Tigers 100 to claim the tops spot and sent 18 athletes on to the state finals.

Camden Pawlick qualified in the discus and shot put with second place finishes, while Malik Eisemann and Andrew Burns finished 1-2 in the pole vault to move on to the finals.

Leonardo Ignacio qualified in four events. He moved to the state finals in the 100, the 110 and 300 hurdles, and was part of the 4×200 relay with Ryan Kavanaugh, Tyler Parrish, LaDainian Woods.

Woods, Parrish, and Kavanaugh also teamed with James Rush to win the 4×100.

Caleb Washington, Cruz Hanson. Christopher Ignacio, and Andrew Black qualified in the 4×400 and the 4×800 relay team of Noah Lepore, Jackson Phillips, Truman Johnson, and Saman Meshinchi also qualified.

Washington qualified in the 300 hurdles and Johnson in the 3200. Kavanaugh also qualified in the 100.

Not to be outdone, the girls had eight athletes qualify with the Hornets second place finish.

Jordan Wickham was the regional champion in the 100 and Lainey Alig second in the 3200.

Katarina Munson, Sophie Roth, and Lillian Schlack all qualified in the 800, while Schlack was part of the 4×800 relay team that qualified along with Corynn Gady, Sophie Roth, and Munson.

Kadyn Maida also qualified in the high jump and Mahalia Staton in the long jump.

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