Haley Gregory and the John Glenn girls dominated at the DII Eastern District Championships, winning the top spot with a grand total of 146.50 points--more than double the totals of second-place finishers Morgan and Martins Ferry.
Gregory finished second in the 100 meter dash (12.35) behind Whitney Martin of Indian Creek (12.38). The super senior, who was slightly hampered by a foot injury, bounced back with wins in the 100 (15.17) and 300 hurdles (46.84). Freshman Brooke Fatheree...
John Glenn softball beat Cambridge, 9-1, on Tuesday. The Little Muskies got on the board in the first inning when Taylor Hill brought Lexi Baker home with a bunt. Kerrie Dolick scored on a wild throw following a Danae Fields single to double John Glenn's lead.
The Bobcats fought back with a Lindsey Nunamaker RBI that scored Haley Stocker, but the Muskies went on the score the final seven runs of the game to get the non-league win.
The West routed the East in the latest installment of the East-West Classic at Buckeye Trail High School on Friday.
In the girls' game, Cambridge's Hallie Stocker was named MVP. Stocker dropped 16 points at the West cruised to a 94-74 victory.
On the boys' side, Zanesville's Granger Long won both the MVP award and the dunk contest. Long, an Ashland football recruit, scored 22 points wearing a familiar blue-colored jersey. The West eclipsed triple digits, winning 100-77.
#9 Cambridge 43 #2 John Glenn 47 JG: Drew Rackley- 19pts C: Trevor Wilkinson- 14pts; Zach Padden- 12pts -John Glenn advances to Regional Semi-Finals at Ohio University on March 13th at 8pm against Steubenville/Dover winner