LAKE ODESSA — Perry’s Elizabeth Gramza placed first in three solo events and had a hand in a relay victory during Wednesday’s Greater Lansing Athletic Conference Track and Field Championships.

Gramza won the pole vault with a personal-best clearance of 10 feet, 3 inches. She also swept the 100 and 300 hurdles in 16.52 and 49.61 seconds, respectively, and helped Perry win the 400 relay with teammates Jadyn Johnson, Izzy Miller and Hailey Lewis (51.73).

Perry’s girls finished third with 86 points. Olivet was first (206) with Lakewood finishing second (99).

Also winning individual league titles for the Ramblers were Katie Grooms (400 dash, 1:03.30) and Katie Kiger (discus, 106-0).

Hailey Lewis was second in both the 100 dash (13.48) and 200 dash (27.48). Jia Clark was second in the shot put (28-11 3/4) and third in the discus (90-10).

The Perry boys finished second, scoring 158 points and trailing first-place Olivet by 11 points. Stockbridge was third with 58.

Winning individual titles for the Ramblers were Ryan O’Neill (3,200 run, 10:31.65) and Tanner Orweller (300 hurdles, 42.01). Placing were Ryan O’Neill (1,600 run, 4:37.95) and Jacob Orweller (110 hurdles, 17.37).

Martenis, Bushard first in Flint Metro League

FENTON — Owosso’s Lexi Martenis and Andrew Bushard each had first-place showings at Wednesday’s Flint Metro League Track and Field Championships at Fenton High School.

Martenis finished first in the girls long jump with a distance of 16 feet, 7 3/4 inches. Bushard won the boys pole vault with a height of 11 feet.

Martenis also finished fourth in the 100-meter dash (13.66 seconds). Owosso’s Madison Livingston was fourth in the discus (98-2).

Owosso placed eighth in the nine-team field with 36 points. Fenton was first (200 1/2 points) and Flushing was second (136).

Brandon Steinley of Owosso finished second in the pole vault at 10-6. Jorden Sowash of the Trojans took third in the 1,600 run in 4:34.57.

The Owosso boys placed seventh with 38 1/2 points. Fenton topped the field with 157.

Hawks CMAC champ in 110 hurdles

SARANAC — Laingsburg’s Brady Hawks placed first in the 110-meter high hurdles Wednesday to highlight a second-place team finish by the Wolfpack boys track and field team.

Hawks won in 16.20 seconds. He was also second in the high jump with a season-best leap of 6 feet, 1 inch.

Laingsburg scored 82 1/2 points, trailing CMAC champion Pewamo-Westphalia (169).

Laingsburg received thirds from Jarrod King (200 dash, 24.20), Zach Hawes (400 dash, 52.51), Zach Koonter (discus, 125-9) and the 400 relay team of Pablo Alas, King, Hawes and AJ Eggleston (45.72).

The Laingsburg girls finished tied for seventh with 25 1/2 points. Pewamo-Westphalia was first (207 1/2) in the team standings.

Emma Kribs was second for the Wolfpack in the 100 dash in 13.04 seconds.

Marvin first at Comstock Park

COMSTOCK PARK — Byron’s Sarah Marvin placed first in both the discus and the shot put at Wednesday’s Metro Health Scholarship Invitational at Comstock Park.

Marvin won the discus with a throw of 131 feet even and the shot put with a toss of 44 feet, 3 1/2 inches. Byron’s Olivia Krejci set a school record of 12:1.97 while placing fourth in the 3,200-meter run. Becky Marvin placed fifth in the shot put (37-7) and sixth in the discus (107-2).

Logan Zakoor placed fourth in the pole vault, clearing 13 feet, 6 inches. T.J. Marvin finished seventh in the men’s shot put at 45-2.

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