Fairview's Baylor Reece won the Class 2A girls discus competition with a throw of 138 feet, 3 inches to break the state record of 136-9.
“Only being a sophomore, it's was cool for me just to win state,” Reece said. “But breaking the state record makes it feel even better.”
Shelby Crump of Hennessey was second with a throw of 123-8.
THAYER DOMINATES CLASS A HIGH JUMP
Quenten Thayer of Covington-Douglas had an impressive performance in the boys Class A high jump. The senior took first place with a jump of 6 feet, 8 inches, falling just short in his three attempts to break the state record of 6-11.
Forgan's Kameron Hall was second, reaching 6-2.
CUSTAR WINS ANOTHER SHOT PUT TITLE
In the Class A boys shot put, Sharon-Mutual junior John Custar won his third consecutive state championship. Custar's winning throw of 51 feet, 7 inches was good enough to set the season high in Class A, surpassing his own distance of 50 feet, 4 3/4 inches that was set at the Laverne Regional, according to OHSTrack.com.