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Penn’s Beehler collects most valuable honors at Chesterton Relays

Posted on April 13, 2013 at 1:00 a.m.

Blake Beehler of Penn was voted most valuable track athlete at the nine-school Chesterton Relays. He was part of two victorious relay runs and part of second place in another one — as was Tommy Grant — and also contributed to the runner-up high jump relay.

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Chesterton Relays

(No team scores; winners, Penn finishers)

3 x 3200 — West Lafayette (Cooper Williams, Evan Johnson, Dom Patacsil) 30:44.31. Also — 3rd, Penn (Billy Holbert, Jack Mader, Colin Elek) 32:19.78.

Distance medley (1200-400-800-1800) — Chesterton (Tyler Vore, Archie Sullivan, Kevin Kenney, Billy Biehl) 10:55.79. Also — 5th, Penn 11:30.21.

Sprint medley (100-100-200-400) — Penn (Blake Beehler, Conner Sowders, Tommy Grant, Tim Deal) 1:34.84.

400 relay — Munster (Ernest Carter, Kye Tratar, Bryce Barnett, Seth Gutwein) 44.32. Also — 2nd, Penn (Austin Laughman, Blake Beehler, Tommy Grant, Greg Higgins) 46.68.

6400 relay — Lowell (Brian Blaylock, Luke Rudzinski, Nick Poras, Kyle Eller) 19:03.03. Also — 4th, Penn 19:30.71.

3 x 300 H (3 races) — Chesterton (Jacob Andrews, Colin Ringas, Haden Hinkle). Also — 2nd, Penn (Justin Phelps, Max Weaver, Grant Vanparys) 2:15.90.

800 relay — Penn (Christian Hill, Blake Beehler, Conner Sowders, Tommy Grant) 1:31.83.

Shuttle hurdles (36-39-36-39) — Chesterton (Jacob Andrews, Colin Ringas, Ken Cupp, Haden Hinkle) 1:02.10. Also — 2nd — Penn (Bryce Talbott, Max Weaver, Grant Vanparys, Tim Deal) 1:03.29.

3200 relay — Chesterton (Kevin Kenney, Tyler Vore, Marlon Williams, John Ward) 8:28.91. Also — 3rd, Penn (Zach Buzalski, Hudson Huth, Tyler Krathwohl, Jon Koellner) 8:35.46.

1600 relay — Chesterton (Archie Sullivan, Billy Biehl, Nick Barango, Joe Troop) 3:24.18. Also — 4th, Penn 3:32.50.

Long Jump — McCutcheon (Ethan Moffett, Donnie Blount, Jack Beeker) 55-7.

Discus — Rensselaer Central (Travis Flanigan, Noah Ahler, Beau Boswell) 374-1 1/2; Also — 4th, Penn 348-1 1/2.

High Jump — McCutcheon (Spencer Storms, Markeon Devine, John Bonaguro) 16-8. Also — 2nd, Penn (Blake Beehler, Christian Wittendord, Jon Koellner) 16-8.

Shot Put — Penn (Isaiah Book Caleb Williams, Seth Rassi) 128-11 1/2.

Next: Central, SB Clay at Penn Tuesday, April 16.

Truth staff
Posted on April 23, 2014 at 10:45 p.m.
 Penn High School head baseball coach Greg Dikos (left) congratulates Chris Como during a game on Friday, April 26, 2013, at Penn. Dikos got his 600th career victory Wednesday, April 23, 2014, against South Bend Riley at Penn.  (Truth Photo By Ryan Dorgan)
Steve Krah
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