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May 26th, 2012
TIPP CITY — The Covington Buccs jumped out to an 8-0 lead and held off a late Minster rally for a 9-6 win in a Division IV regional final game at Tipp City Tippecanoe Middle School on Saturday afternoon.
The Wildcats bow out of the tournament after the longest postseason run in the program's history. Minster ended its season at 23-7.
Minster spotted the Buccs eight runs before bringing the tying run to the plate in the bottom of the seventh.
Covington moves on to play in the state semifinals on Thursday in Akron.
TROY — Minster’s win in the boys 4-by-400 meter relay in the night’s final event in record regional time propelled the Minster boys track team to the Division III regional title on Friday night.
The Wildcat boys finished with 57 points to edge out second-place finishers Covington and West Liberty Salem, who both had 52 points.
The Minster girls finished second behind Versailles. Minster had 49 points while the victorious Tigers had 66.5 points.
LEXINGTON — The St. Marys girls track team competed in two events at the Division II regional track meet at Lexington on Thursday night.
St. Marys sophomore Erin Kinkley took 12th in the girls high jump competition. Kinkley cleared four feet, 10 inches.
Kinkley reached the regional tournament after capturing the district title at Fostoria last week.
The St. Marys girls 4-by-800 meter relay team of Sara Lininger, Kristen Dammeyer, Marissa Schrolucke and Lexi Grothause finished 16th in the finals with a 10:45.02 time.
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TIPP CITY — The Minster offense has a way of wearing down an opponent and taking over a game.
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Hanna Floyd started the attack with a solo home run early.
Stephanie Albers’ soaring shot to left field pounded against the plastic sign above the scoreboard to give Minster some breathing room in the sixth inning.
TROY — Minster senior long jumper Derek Collins and the boys distance relay team won regional titles while pole vaulter A.J. Huelsman and the girls 3200 meter relay team punched their tickets for Columbus for the Wildcats on the first day of the Division III regional track and field meet at Troy Memorial Stadium on Wednesday.
Collins captured the regional long jump title when he cleared 21 feet, 4.5 inches on his final jump. Collins edged New Lebanon Dixie’s Ryan Jordan, who had a jump of 21 feet, 4.25 inches.
St. Marys football camp slated for July 23-25
The St. Marys football program will hold a youth football camp on July 23, 24 and 25 for players grades 3-8 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Varsity coaches and coaches from all levels of St. Marys football will coach the camp. There will be competitions and combine agility drills. Sign ups sheets are available at the intermediate and primary schools at St. Marys, at the Roughrider Touchdown Club and at Albert’s Sporting Goods.
St. Marys flag football sign-up
The St. Marys softball team had three players named to the All-Western Buckeye League softball list released on Monday.
Harle Smith, a St. Marys senior third baseman, earned first team All-WBL honors.
Kiley Schamp, a Roughrider senior centerfielder, was a second team selection.
Lexi Roop, a junior pjitcher, was honorable mention.
Camille Martin of Bath was named the league’s top player.
Bath’s Laura Ford and Nicole Driggs of Celina were co-coaches of the year.