Sr. Olivia Kindbom broke the District record in the 3200 meter run with a time of 11:11.30. She also smashed the school record set by Marissa Rossetti by 9 seconds. Olivia moves onto the regional finals next Saturday at Lexington High School.
Olivia will be going to Regionals in the 4 by 800 as well. That team consisting of Olivia,Maggie Pariso, Anne Rea and Aislynn McVicker also took gold to advance. The Fighting Irish ladies are going to Regionals in 10 total events. The other events qualifying are as follows: 100 meter dash – Malaya Young 4×200 m relay – Annie Bame, D’Asia Mosley, Malaya Young and Camille Dunifer 1600 meter run – Anne Rea 400 meter dash – Camille Dunifer 800 meter run – Aislynn McVicker, Maggie Pariso 200 meter dash – Camille Dunifer 4×400 m relay – Annie Bame, Maggie Pariso, Anne Rea, Aislynn McVicker and Julia Pentasuglio
Despite being moved up to Division 1, the guys team will be advancing to Austintown Fitch for their Regional finals in 3 events: 4×200 m relay – Ray McCray, Nasir Madison, Mahki Pritchett and Calil McCray 400 m dash – Mahki Pritchett and Calil McCray 4×400 m relay – Mahki Pritchett, Nasir Madison, Christian Hammer and Calil Mc Cray
the guys 4×400 relay team: Christian Hammer, Mahki Pritchett, Calil McCray and Nasir Madison
the ladies 4×800 relay team: Olivia Kindbom, Maggie Pariso, Anne Rea and Aislynn McVicker
Congratulations to both the Men’s and Women’s team for your performances yesterday at the Crestwood Invitational. For the record, the guys team took first place and the ladies team took 2nd place. The ladies team went into the final event of the day tied for 2nd place with Crestwood, and thanks to the 4 x 400 relay team consisting of Camille Dunifer, Julia Pentasuglio, Anne Rea and Aislynn McVickers 2nd place finish, they secured the runner team trophy. Great effort shown by all yesterday.
2022 Grad – Kya Epps was recognized for her fantastic high school career for the Fighting Irish with the unveiling of not just one state title, but two titles as well as two record – setting performances in the 100 m and 200 m dash. All tolled, Kya completed her high school career by placing 9 times at the state championship with 4 state titles to her name. The only thing preventing Kya from more titles, was the covid shut down in 2020.
Kya is currently a Freshman at Walsh University where she is already setting indoor school records for Walsh in the 60 m and 200 m dash. CONGRATULATIONS KYA EPPS (22)
Congratulations to Olivia Kindbom and Anne Rea for qualifying to the State Finals next Saturday at Fortress Obetz in Columbus. Olivia finished 19th overall and Anne finished right behind in 20th place.
Olivia and Anne will be competing at 1:45 pm for the chance to become one of the top 20 and earn a chance to be recognized on the SVSM WALL OF HONOR in the Cosgrove building. Both have already earned Academic- All Ohio recognition.
Congratulations to both the Men’s and Women’s team for a great season. Although it ended too soon, it doesn’t take away from all of the accomplishments that all have done this year both individually and as a team.
The men’s team started the day off with an impressive 2nd place finish at the Glen Oak District. The guys team was lead by Senior Andy Thomas 17th place finish, he was followed by Sophomore Kyle Hammer (21st), Patrick Scahill (25th), Sophomore Michael Walter (34th), Sophomore Sam Robinson (37th), Senior Steven Jones (39th) and rounding out the scoring was Sophomore Luke Kindbom (60th)
The Ladies advance with an impressive finish by Senior Olivia Kindbom who took 3rd place and Junior Anne Rea who finished in 7th place and Senior Aislynn McVicker who finished in 12th place. Sophomore Maggie Pariso finished in 36th place. She was closely followed by Junior Bella Lewis (43rd). Libby Shoemaker (52nd) and Ella Weis (74th) rounded out the scoring for the Irish.
THE LADY IRISH ONCE AGAIN CONQUERED ANOTHER MOUNTAIN TOP WITH AN IMPRESSIVE WIN AT THE MCQUAID INVITATIONAL. THE IRISH WON BY OVER 100 PTS AGAINST 7 OF THE TOP 10 TEAMS IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK. THE IRISH WERE ONCE AGAIN LED BY SENIOR OLIVIA KINDBOM WHO HAS NOW WON THE LAST TWO INVITES.
ON THE GUYS SIDE, THE DAY BELONGED TO THE OPEN TEAM! THEY TOOK FIRST PLACE OVER 60 TEAMS. CONGRADULATIONS TO JOSH SKOVIRA WHO LED THE WAY FOR THE OPEN TEAM.
THE GUYS VARSITY ALSO HAD AN IMPRESSIVE 3RD PLACE SHOWING OUT OF 60 PLUS TEAMS COVERING SCHOOLS FROM NEW YORK, CANADA, PENNSYLVANIA AND OHIO.
Congratulations to both the Men’s and Women’s teams for their performance at the Tiffin Invitational. The women’s team finished in a respectable 3rd place out of 31 teams and the guys team finished 8th out 31 teams with two main runners of ours not competing.
Another shout out to the guys open race. Their team finished in 2nd place overall out of 35 teams.