Lee University commit, Danielle Horter produced a 1600 time of 5:32.94 during her season opener at the Oberlin College High School Meet #3.
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2019 OHSAA D2 Discus State Champion, Kirsten Clay, from Van Wert, will compete in a variety of throwing events for the Bearcats next year.
Lakota East's Danielle Horter is on her way to Tennessee to suit up for the Lee University Flames.
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Over 7,500 fans voted in our boys cross country athlete of the year poll and the verdict came down to the final hours between Boca Raton Christian School senior Tucker Hindle and Sarasota High School senior Adam Bradtmueller. Hindle came away victorious capturing nearly 50% of the vote! (3,743 votes, 49.33%).
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Walker Valley distance runner Patrick Shultz won’t have to venture very far to continue his collegiate level running career. On Friday, Shultz made his decision to become a part of Lee University’s track and cross country team official. “It’s exciting to finally get signed and ready to go for college. I had been looking there and a couple other colleges for a while, and I finally decided on Lee and I’m happy to be settled,” Shultz commented. Mustang head coach Jasen Parks believes Shultz ha... (via www.clevelandbanner.com)
Coach Jayroe is very optimistic on Michael’s future at Lee University. Michael is an All Region and Two time state qualifier for Cross Country and Track at Red Bank High School.
Justin Kyle Walker officially became Lee University's cross country coach Don Jayroe's first men's signee earlier this week. The Walker Valley High School senior ran for coach Jason Parks and the Mustang track and cross country teams.
The daughter of former Lee Viking basketball standout Paul Cretton, Kristin played soccer and ran track and cross country for Walker Valley. She was a two-time cross country all-region athlete and was a member of the 4X8 state championship relay team in the 10th grade and was named to the all-region team.
Jessica has signed with Lee University and will take the next step in her running career with the Flames cross-country program and Coach Bayliss. Her high school coaches feel that Jessica can contribute greatly to Lee University