Cincinnati District Schools Top 25 All Time Ranking

JAVMAN83

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Typo with Ursuline's Madi Person. You've got both her names spelled differently under the 100mH & 300mH.

Here's this year's roster at the home of the Lions: https://www.ursulineacademy.org/athletics/teams-schedules/team-details/~athletics-team-id/58

They'll be additions this summer in non-OHSAA events like the hammer, javelin, triple jump, and multi-events. I've been quietly all-over updating my Cincy lists in the hammer this spring. Look for a big roll-out on those after the summer, as well as on the others.

To answer your question, YES, it was a very disappointing spring for the local girls' shot put. I am glad to see, though, that I still have athletes in still in the top 25 all-time in the high jump, pole vault, shot, and discus! This after 23 years since the first entry and 9 years since the last entry. Alas, they too will yield to the march of time.
 

JAVMAN83

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You've got Mason's Amaya King down twice in the shot put. Position #2 & #7

Also, Brittany Lightfoot's best is 44' 10 1/4", not 44' 10 1/2". I'm still updating my files and will send anymore corrections as needed.

Good work keeping the file up-to-date.
 

JAVMAN83

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After Monica Maccani at #22, I have the following finishing the top 25:

23 41' 1 ¼" Lauren STACY Western Brown I 12 1 District Mason HS 22 May 2013
24 40' 10" Julie KNOSE Ross II 12 1 vs. Lockland 11 May 1992
25 40' 8 ½" Ashley BROWN Mason I 11 1 Rod Russell Invite Mason HS 11 May 2013
 

Lancermania

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Lancermania

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I took a chance updating the all time top 25 for the Cincinnati District schools before the NBNO. Off the top of my head, I know one mark is better. East ran 45.82 at state but knocked off 0.02 with their second place finish at NBNO of 45.00. Any one knows of any others?
 

Lancermania

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I found one in the boys. After finishing third at state in the 4 x 800 relay, Kings made "All American" status at the New Balance National Outdoors by coming in 5th in a school record time of 7:45.07, some 2.39 seconds faster than their state meet time of 7:47.46. They move up from 10th to 6th on the all time list. Team of Jacob Krynock, Zack Justis, Ryan O'Connor, Alex Justis pictured below:

http://www.swotccca.com/Documents/CityRecords/kings Boys 5th at NBON.png
 

Lancermania

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I went back through the boys results again to look for omissions. I have added St. Xavier's 4 x 800 relay from the Regional meet at Wayne because one runner was different from their state meet foursome, so they have two entries in the top 25. For the most part the top 25 list is a career best list. The relays are a whole different ball game. One school could have more than one entry from any given year if one name is different. Anyone agree or disagree with listing a school more than once in a year on a career best list.

Revised list is here: http://www.swotccca.com/Documents/Rankings/Cincinnati Track & Field All-Time Top 25 Boys Meters Standard Events8.pdf
 

Seek Up

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I went back through the boys results again to look for omissions. I have added St. Xavier's 4 x 800 relay from the Regional meet at Wayne because one runner was different from their state meet foursome, so they have two entries in the top 25. For the most part the top 25 list is a career best list. The relays are a whole different ball game. One school could have more than one entry from any given year if one name is different. Anyone agree or disagree with listing a school more than once in a year on a career best list.

Revised list is here: http://www.swotccca.com/Documents/Rankings/Cincinnati Track & Field All-Time Top 25 Boys Meters Standard Events8.pdf
I believe it was the district meet at Mason where St. X substituted for Hoak. I believe he ran at regional. Also, on the 800m list, you have Jaylen Hassen (sp?) listed as St. Xavier instead of LaSalle.
 
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