Berea Kiwanis Titans Relays Final Results
The 64th Berea Kiwanis Titans Relays looked a little different this year, as the event was held at Brunswick High School’s Brunswick Automart Stadium, but Berea-Midpark still shined in several events.
On the girls side, the Medina Bees won the relays with their team score of 98.5. For the boys, the Brunswick Blue Devils took the hardware with their score of 90. The Titans impressed in the field events, and set several PRs on the track. The ladies earned a fifth place finish after scoring 53 points while the boys finished sixth with 49 team points. The Friday wins and the highlights included:
- Finley Devins and Leah Miclau took first place in the Pole Vault Relay, combining for a height of 20-00.00. Devins finished in first individually, clearing 11-00.00 while Miclau tied for fifth after clearing 9-00.00.
- On the boys side of the Pole Vault Relay, Ben Silva and Cameron Cupach earned second place by clearing 25-00.00 as a team. Silva tied for fourth individually by clearing 13-00.00 with Cupach clearing 12-00.00 to tie for seventh.
- The Kingsley sisters took third in the High Jump Relay. Faith Kingsley cleared 5-00.00, good enough for third individually while Makayla Kingsley finished tied for ninth after clearing 4-06.00.
- Faith Kingsley and teammate Jillian McArdle finished first and third respectively in the Long Jump Relay to take home the gold. Kingsley had a leap of 17-06.00 while McArdle’s best of the day was 15-08.00.
- The boys sprint medley relay was victorious, crossing the finish line in 1:36.84. Jeremy Easley led off and Evan Alten anchored with Jack Arnold and DeAngelo Borders running the second and third legs, respectively.
- Berea-Midpark’s girls 4×100-meter relay team of Makayla Kingsley, Faith Kingsley, McArdle and Hallie Krzys took third in 51.51.
Berea-Midpark’s final regular season meet will be Friday May 7th when the Titans travel to Medina for the Medina Last Chance Meet. Field events start at 3:30 p.m. with track events to begin at 3:45 p.m.