Jahmal Brown of Benedictine, competing in relays and the 100
Canton GlenOak's Brian Hartline, who has rebounded from a broken leg suffered in the first game of his football season, won his heat in the 110-meter and 300-meter hurdles. His 36.87 in the 300 shaved a tenth off his time from regionals and was the best prelim time
Glenville's Freddie Lenix in a leg of the 4x200 relay. Glenville won its heat in 1:26.43. Lenix also qualified for the finals in the 100 and 200.
Weather was cooperating early at the state meet with sunshine and temps in the low 70s. But even on a hot day, athletes like Glenville's Freddie Lenix protect their muscles by wearing layers of sweats.
Michael Mickens of Huber Heights Wayne
Glenville's Jamario O'Neal runs a leg of the 4x100 relay. Glenville finished second in its heat to Canton McKinley. Glenville's time was 42.70.
Glenville's Ray Small hands to Jamario O'Neal in the 4x100.