Indians track program honored


Morrow County Commissioners signed a proclamation June 17 recognizing the achievements of the Mount Gilead track team this spring. The Indians qualified 15 for the state meet. The team came home with two state champs. Allison Johnson claimed first place in the 800 meter and second in the 100 meter. Bradley Landon got a first place, winning the seated shot put. The Mount Gilead boys’ team earned a fifth at state in Division III. Several on both the boys’ and girls’ teams placed in their event. Head coach for both boys and girls teams is Lauren Huelsman. The proclamation reads: “We wish to congratulate the Mount Gilead High School track team and coaches for a year well done and for their accomplishments at the state track meet.” Members who participated in the state track meet with Morrow County Commissioners, from left: Commissioners Warren Davis and Burgess Castle, Jessica Brewer, Ethan Supplee, Kyle White, Isabela Schroeter, Brett Shipman, Conner Page, Commissioner Tom Whiston and Casey White. Not Present are Ali Johnson, Brandon Stevens, Nathan Weaver, Trevor Ball, Storm McGinniss, Liam Dennis, Micah Tuggle and Brad Landon.

Morrow County Commissioners signed a proclamation June 17 recognizing the achievements of the Mount Gilead track team this spring. The Indians qualified 15 for the state meet. The team came home with two state champs. Allison Johnson claimed first place in the 800 meter and second in the 100 meter. Bradley Landon got a first place, winning the seated shot put. The Mount Gilead boys’ team earned a fifth at state in Division III. Several on both the boys’ and girls’ teams placed in their event. Head coach for both boys and girls teams is Lauren Huelsman. The proclamation reads: “We wish to congratulate the Mount Gilead High School track team and coaches for a year well done and for their accomplishments at the state track meet.” Members who participated in the state track meet with Morrow County Commissioners, from left: Commissioners Warren Davis and Burgess Castle, Jessica Brewer, Ethan Supplee, Kyle White, Isabela Schroeter, Brett Shipman, Conner Page, Commissioner Tom Whiston and Casey White. Not Present are Ali Johnson, Brandon Stevens, Nathan Weaver, Trevor Ball, Storm McGinniss, Liam Dennis, Micah Tuggle and Brad Landon.


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Morrow County Commissioners signed a proclamation June 17 recognizing the achievements of the Mount Gilead track team this spring. The Indians qualified 15 for the state meet. The team came home with two state champs. Allison Johnson claimed first place in the 800 meter and second in the 100 meter. Bradley Landon got a first place, winning the seated shot put. The Mount Gilead boys’ team earned a fifth at state in Division III. Several on both the boys’ and girls’ teams placed in their event. Head coach for both boys and girls teams is Lauren Huelsman. The proclamation reads: “We wish to congratulate the Mount Gilead High School track team and coaches for a year well done and for their accomplishments at the state track meet.” Members who participated in the state track meet with Morrow County Commissioners, from left: Commissioners Warren Davis and Burgess Castle, Jessica Brewer, Ethan Supplee, Kyle White, Isabela Schroeter, Brett Shipman, Conner Page, Commissioner Tom Whiston and Casey White. Not Present are Ali Johnson, Brandon Stevens, Nathan Weaver, Trevor Ball, Storm McGinniss, Liam Dennis, Micah Tuggle and Brad Landon.

Morrow County Commissioners signed a proclamation June 17 recognizing the achievements of the Mount Gilead track team this spring. The Indians qualified 15 for the state meet. The team came home with two state champs. Allison Johnson claimed first place in the 800 meter and second in the 100 meter. Bradley Landon got a first place, winning the seated shot put. The Mount Gilead boys’ team earned a fifth at state in Division III. Several on both the boys’ and girls’ teams placed in their event. Head coach for both boys and girls teams is Lauren Huelsman. The proclamation reads: “We wish to congratulate the Mount Gilead High School track team and coaches for a year well done and for their accomplishments at the state track meet.” Members who participated in the state track meet with Morrow County Commissioners, from left: Commissioners Warren Davis and Burgess Castle, Jessica Brewer, Ethan Supplee, Kyle White, Isabela Schroeter, Brett Shipman, Conner Page, Commissioner Tom Whiston and Casey White. Not Present are Ali Johnson, Brandon Stevens, Nathan Weaver, Trevor Ball, Storm McGinniss, Liam Dennis, Micah Tuggle and Brad Landon.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2019/06/web1_1671-2-Track-team-1.jpgMorrow County Commissioners signed a proclamation June 17 recognizing the achievements of the Mount Gilead track team this spring. The Indians qualified 15 for the state meet. The team came home with two state champs. Allison Johnson claimed first place in the 800 meter and second in the 100 meter. Bradley Landon got a first place, winning the seated shot put. The Mount Gilead boys’ team earned a fifth at state in Division III. Several on both the boys’ and girls’ teams placed in their event. Head coach for both boys and girls teams is Lauren Huelsman. The proclamation reads: “We wish to congratulate the Mount Gilead High School track team and coaches for a year well done and for their accomplishments at the state track meet.” Members who participated in the state track meet with Morrow County Commissioners, from left: Commissioners Warren Davis and Burgess Castle, Jessica Brewer, Ethan Supplee, Kyle White, Isabela Schroeter, Brett Shipman, Conner Page, Commissioner Tom Whiston and Casey White. Not Present are Ali Johnson, Brandon Stevens, Nathan Weaver, Trevor Ball, Storm McGinniss, Liam Dennis, Micah Tuggle and Brad Landon. Courtesy Photo