On the girls side, the jumping events went in favor of the Lady Jeeps from South Webster and the defending champions from Wheelersburg.
Megan Stevens from South Webster took top honors in the high jump and placed third in the long jump. Aaricka Hollback came in seventh place in the long jump.
Taylor Ross placed third in High Jump for the Lady Pirates. Megan Bernthold placed fifth and Corey Turner placed fourth in high jump.
Stevens also qualified for the finals of the 100-meter hurdles that will be ran today.
Kayla Griffith from Northwest and Crystal Foreman from Waverly both qualified for the 100-meter hurdles and 100-meter dash finals.
Molly Roark, Brittany Griffith and Abby Donahoe all qualified for both the 100- and 200-meter dash finals.
But, Amber Howell from Eastern Pike placed well the sprinting events. After finishing second in the long jump, Howell qualified for the finals of the 100-meter hurdles, 100-meter dash and the 200 meter dash.
In the throwing events, host school Valley and Wheelersburg both had strong performances. Valley had Jordan Arbaugh finishing second in the discus and Adrienne Buckler taking home second place honors in the shot put.
The Lady Pirates had Jennifer Larrigan winning the discus and placing seventh in the shot put with Tiffany Cheek adding a eighth place finish in the Shot Put.
On the boys side, Valley seemed to take control of the throwing events with Bo Crabtree taking first place honors in both the shot put and discus. Joey Brickey finished third in the shot put and BJ Coleman finished seventh in the discus.
Waverly and Wheelersburg both had strong showings in the throwing events. For the Tigers, Caleb Downing and Brian Evans placed fifth and eighth respectively in the shot put. And in the discus, Nick Fisher and Tyler Davis placed fourth and second respectively. For the Pirates, Zach Frowine and Dustin Robertson both placed in the Shot Put and Robertson and John Riepenhoff both placed in the Discus.
In the jumping events top honors were taken home by Kyle Hickerson of Valley in the long jump with a leap of 20 feet, one and one-half inches and Hank Leslie in the High jump with a jump of six feet.
Curtis Husk from Waverly, Craig Stamper from Wheelersburg and Taylor Horsley from Northwest all qualified for both the 100 and 200 meter dash finals that will be ran today.
The one distance event that was finished in Tuesday was the 4 x 800 meter relay. South Webster took first place in both the boys and girls divisions while defending champions Wheelersburg took second in each division as well.
The events will start today at 5:30 p.m. at Valley Middle School.
BRET BEVENS can be reached at (740) 353-3101 ext. 242
Long Jump - 1. Massie (OH) 16-6, 2. Howell (EP) 15-11, 3. Stevens (SW) 15-10.5; High Jump - 1. Stevens (SW) 5-0, 2. Ison (WA) 4-10, 3. Ross (WB) 4-10; Discus - 1. Britenbach (WA) 102-2.5, 2. Larringan 101-11, 3. Arbaugh (V) 92-5.5; Shot Put - 1. Burton (OH) 32-10, 2. Buckler (V) 32-3.5, 3. Jenkins (MI) 31-5.5; 4 x 800 relay- 1. South Webster 10:32.22, 2. Wheelersburg 10:36.8, 3. Notre Dame 10:56.37
Long Jump - 1. Hickerson (V) 20-1.5, 2. Shupert (PW) 19-11, 3. Fannin (WB) 19-5.5; High Jump - 1. Leslie (NW) 6-0, 2. Shanks (LW) 5-10, 3. Stegman 5-6; Discus - 1. Crabtree (V) 145-2, 2. Davis (WA)144-0, 3. Riepenhoff 143-10.5; Shot Put - 1. Crabtree (V) 46-6.5, 2. Swords (PW) 45-9, 3. Brickey (V) 44-9.25; 4 x 800 relay - 1. South Webster 8:33.68, 2. Wheelersburg 8:42.7, 3. Valley 8:45.3.