The girls swim team finished 9th overall as a team, which is not bad considering Ross participated in only five events. Haley Fisher finished
9th in the 200 yard IM - she won the consolation heat in a time of 2:05 - a new school record. Morgan Waggoner finished 14th in the 100 yard butterfly.
Meghan Moses finished 7th in the state in the 50 yard freestyle. The 200 yard free relay team of Meghan Moses, Megan Hawk, Morgan Waggoner, and
Haley Fisher finished 4th in the state with a time of 1:35.64. That same relay team finished 3 in the 400 yard free relay with a time of 3:30.22. Trent
Williams, who was our only boy to qualify, finished 24th in the 100 yard backstroke. (see state qualifiers and coaches photo on top row left)
Craig Yeast was hired as new football coach at
Fremont Ross. (see photo on top row right)
Coach Vela received Coach of the Year honors. He was
selected as this year’s district six Coach of the
Year by his peers. (see photo on bottom row left)
Jared Ballenger (‘13) threw his personal best of
59’11.5” in the shot put at this past weekend’s Ohio
Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches (OATCCC)
in-door state championship meet at Akron’s Stile
Field House. His throw of nearly 60 feet was good
enough to earn him runner up honors. (see photo on
bottom row middle)
Trey Grine finished 2nd in the state at the 145lb
weight class losing 6-2 in the championship match.
This is the highest place finisher in school history
since 1960. (see photo on bottom row right)
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