Blanchester girls win SBAAC National Division championship


The Blanchester High School girls track and field team dominated the Southern Buckeye Athletic & Academic Conference National Division championship Wednesday at New Richmond High School. It was the first league track and field championship for the Ladycats since winning the crown in 2009, the last of six consecutive league championships. Blanchester swept honors in three individual categories — Tony Blevins was SBAACN coach of the year, Asia Baldwin was the SBAACN runner of the year and Regan Ostermeier was the SBAACN field athlete of the year. Team members are, from left to right, Mandy Gerlach, Sarah Ujlakyoya; middle row, Emma Gundler, Cheyenne Rhodes, Asia Baldwin, Savannah Rhodes, Audrey Jordon, Mackenzie Hamm, Destiny Pencie, Cora Shatuck; back row, Sarah Burton, Olivia Gundler, Regan Ostermeir, coach Jack O’Rourke, head coach Tony Blevins.


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The Blanchester High School girls track and field team dominated the Southern Buckeye Athletic & Academic Conference National Division championship Wednesday at New Richmond High School. It was the first league track and field championship for the Ladycats since winning the crown in 2009, the last of six consecutive league championships. Blanchester swept honors in three individual categories — Tony Blevins was SBAACN coach of the year, Asia Baldwin was the SBAACN runner of the year and Regan Ostermeier was the SBAACN field athlete of the year. Team members are, from left to right, Mandy Gerlach, Sarah Ujlakyoya; middle row, Emma Gundler, Cheyenne Rhodes, Asia Baldwin, Savannah Rhodes, Audrey Jordon, Mackenzie Hamm, Destiny Pencie, Cora Shatuck; back row, Sarah Burton, Olivia Gundler, Regan Ostermeir, coach Jack O’Rourke, head coach Tony Blevins.

The Blanchester High School girls track and field team dominated the Southern Buckeye Athletic & Academic Conference National Division championship Wednesday at New Richmond High School. It was the first league track and field championship for the Ladycats since winning the crown in 2009, the last of six consecutive league championships. Blanchester swept honors in three individual categories — Tony Blevins was SBAACN coach of the year, Asia Baldwin was the SBAACN runner of the year and Regan Ostermeier was the SBAACN field athlete of the year. Team members are, from left to right, Mandy Gerlach, Sarah Ujlakyoya; middle row, Emma Gundler, Cheyenne Rhodes, Asia Baldwin, Savannah Rhodes, Audrey Jordon, Mackenzie Hamm, Destiny Pencie, Cora Shatuck; back row, Sarah Burton, Olivia Gundler, Regan Ostermeir, coach Jack O’Rourke, head coach Tony Blevins.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TF_blan_girlschamps.jpgThe Blanchester High School girls track and field team dominated the Southern Buckeye Athletic & Academic Conference National Division championship Wednesday at New Richmond High School. It was the first league track and field championship for the Ladycats since winning the crown in 2009, the last of six consecutive league championships. Blanchester swept honors in three individual categories — Tony Blevins was SBAACN coach of the year, Asia Baldwin was the SBAACN runner of the year and Regan Ostermeier was the SBAACN field athlete of the year. Team members are, from left to right, Mandy Gerlach, Sarah Ujlakyoya; middle row, Emma Gundler, Cheyenne Rhodes, Asia Baldwin, Savannah Rhodes, Audrey Jordon, Mackenzie Hamm, Destiny Pencie, Cora Shatuck; back row, Sarah Burton, Olivia Gundler, Regan Ostermeir, coach Jack O’Rourke, head coach Tony Blevins. Courtesy Photo
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