SOLON, Ohio – A spring Wednesday afternoon was the scene as Solon’s track team ran against Euclid’s. This road matchup was Euclid’s third GCC matchup already this season.
Solon’s girls 4x800 meter relay started off Solon's dominant afternoon with the team of Isabelle McClung, Sophia Ryan, Aaryaa More and Camryn Cayne. They finished at the top of the race with the time of 4:38.20.
Solon’s boys capped off the 4x800 meter relay with their top place time of 8:46.72. Solon can thank their relay team of Aiden Fitzgerald, Jacob, Ladder, Josh Peterson and Ari Zelwin for their great efforts.
Solon continued their fast start as it carried over into the 100 and 110 meter hurdle races. Solon clocked the top three times for both races. Antonio Coleman clocked in at the top with 15:30 time for the boys. Morgan Blackford clocked in at 15:54 which was the top time for the girls.
Solon’s girls continued to dominate as they had every single top 5 time in the 100 meter dash. Evan Nathanson clocked in at 13.01 earning the top time.
Euclid tried to gain ground as Lamonte Hamelin finished first in the 100 meter boys race with a time of 10.75.
Solon responded back though with top times in the 4x200 races. Their boys first place relay team clocked in at 1:31.20 while the girls first place team finished at 1:46.70.
Euclid just continued to struggle to gain momentum in their direction on the backend of the meet as they lost in the 400 meter races and the 300 meter hurdle races.
Matt Headen finished at the top of the boys 400 meter race with a time of 50:50. Kennedy ford finished first with a time of 1:01.50.
Euclid’s boys made a strong push at the end as they had the top two race times for the 200 meter dash. Hamelin clocked in first with a 22.60 as Jordan Edwards finished second with a time of 23.10.
Euclid will be in action again Saturday bright and early at 9 in the morning as they will run in the Amherst Comet Relays.