Relay meet all about teamwork

 
Jonathan Alder’s Jordan Leffler cleared the pole vault bar at 11 feet, 6 inches to take the top spot among vaulters as he and teammate Jacob Bluhm claimed first place at the Red Raider Relays.
 
The London High School shuttle hurdle relay team of Cameron Edley, Marcus Redmond, Isaac Mason and Ethan Freet (shown here running the anchor leg) took the top spot in front of a home crowd at the seventh annual Red Raider Relays held April 5. The London boys’ track team finished third overall at the meet; the girls’ team placed fourth.
 
London sophomore Isaac Mason runs the third leg of the four-man shuttle hurdle relay at the Red Raider Relays held April 5 at London High School. The London team of Cameron Edley, Marcus Redmond, Mason and Ethan Freet won the event. The London boys’ track team finished third overall at the meet; the girls’ team placed fourth.
 
Sophomore Isaac Mason is on his way up and over the bar set at 9 foot, 6 inches at the seventh annual Red Raider Relays held April 5. Mason and teammate Ethan Freet took third in the pole vault with a combined score of  18 feet, 6 inches. Benjamin Logan took second place with 20 feet, and first went to Jonathan Alder with 20 feet, 6 inches. In overall competition, the London boys’ team finished third at the meet, and the Jonathan Alder boys’ team placed eighth. Grove City’s Central Crossing placed first.
 
Freshman Betsey Dwine and sophomore Ashley Springer of Southeastern High School warm up while the fog still lingers in the London-Nance Track & Field Complex  prior to the seventh annual Red Raider Relays held April 5 at London High School.
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