McClain's Autumn White competes in the long jump. (HCP Photos/Jim Jones)
McClain's Autumn White competes in the long jump. (HCP Photos/Jim Jones)
The 2022 Frontier Athletic Conference Championships was held at McClain High School, and the two-day event on Tuesday and Thursday saw the Chillicothe Cavaliers win both the boys and girls titles. 

Chillicothe won the girls title with a score of 141.50, followed in second place by Miami Trace with 133 points. In third was McClain at 117, followed by Hillsboro (102.50), Jackson (80) and Washington (77). 

The boys title won by the Cavaliers saw them score 151 points for first place, while McClain was second overall with 118 points. In third was Hillsboro at 116 points, and the rest of the standings were Miami Trace (113), Jackson (91) and Washington (61).

Below are Top 5 finishers for Hillsboro and McClain (girls athletes):

The girls 100-meter dash saw McClain’s Iva Easter place first with a time of 13.04, followed by Hillsboro’s Eden Edenfield in second at 13.06.

Edenfield won the 200m race with a time of 26.66, while Easter was fifth in the event at 27.93. The 400m race saw Easter finish in fourth place with a time of 1:05.90. 

The 800m run had Hillsboro’s Bree Bailey place third with a time of 5:52.28, and in the 3200m run it was Hillsboro’s Ramsey Haines with a fourth-place finish of 13:33.30. 

Brenna Wright of McClain was second in the 100m hurdles race at 17.00, and in the 300m hurdles, Ryan Butterbaugh was first for the Lady Tigers at 47.37.

McClain’s 4x100m relay team of Luca Matesic, Wright, Katie Cook and Easter was first at 52.10. Hillsboro’s team of Kelsey Gilkison, Sinai Roberts, Kiersten Steele and Allison Browning finished in third place at 53.93. 

The 4x200m relay race saw McClain finish in second place as the team of Matesic, Kaitlyn Jett, Wright and Butterbaugh finished at 1:50.39.

Hillsboro in the 4x400m relay race was fifth place as Rylie Scott, Gracie Thoroman, Roberts and Bailey had a time of 4:35.59.

The 4x800m relay race had the Lady Indians in second place as Brooklyn Minton, Thoroman, Haines and Bailey ended with a time of 10:58.06. McClain was fifth place as Katrina Sturgeon, Brooklyn Baldwin, Hailey Legge and Rachelle Priest had a final time of 11:57.52.

In the high jump event, Hillsboro’s Edenfield was first with a height of 8-06.00, and in fifth place was HHS teammate Allison Browning at 7-00.00. 

The long jump event saw Hillsboro’s Riley Barton in fifth at 14-10.00. 

McClain’s Lily Barnes was first place in the shot put event at 35-09.00, and in fifth was Hillsboro’s Anne-Marie Ogden at 28-07.50. 

The discus throw event was won by Barnes of McClain with a throw of 119-07. In fourth place was McClain’s Abby Mustard at 89-07.

Below are Top 5 finishers for Hillsboro and McClain (boys athletes):

McClain’s Brandon King was second in the 100m dash at 11.55, and in fourth was Hillsboro’s Anthony Richards at 11.59.

Hillsboro’s Richards was second in the 200m dash at 23.25, and in fourth was McClain’s King with a time of 23.52.

In the 400m race, Hillsboro’s Richards was the winner with a first-place time of 51.01.

The 800m run saw McClain’s D.J. Frost win with a time of 2:05.50, and in third was Andrew Newland at 2:09.16. The fifth-place finisher was Hillsboro’s Tate Davis at 2:14.42.

Hillsboro’s Corbin Winkle was second in the 3200m run at 10:55.64.

Seth Wise of McClain was first place in the 110m hurdles at 15.70. 

The 300m hurdles event saw Hillsboro’s Cameron Smart finish in fourth place at 43.34. 

McClain’s 4x100m relay team of King, Max Eikenberry, Wise and Braden Wright was second place with a time of 44.54.

The McClain 4x400m relay team of King, Drayden Jett, Cole Hargett and Gavin Warren finished in fourth place at 1:38.65.

In the 4x400m relay race Hillsboro was fourth overall as the team of Nick Turner, Davis, Tyler Ferrell and Smart had a time of 3:45.19. The fifth-place finisher was McClain, as Jett, Hargett, Eikenberry and Frost had a time of 3:50.63.

McClain’s 4x800m relay team of Mason Reichman, Frost, Newland and Luke Bliss were first place at 8:40.62. The second-place team was Hillsboro, as Turner, Smart, Davis and Winkle finished at 8:44.08.

The Tigers were first in the high jump as Eikenberry had a height of 6-00, and in second place was teammate Wright at 5-10. 

Hillsboro was second in the pole vault event as Wesley Bailey had a height of 9-06.00, and in fifth was McClain’s Jackson Crago at 9-06.00.

Richards of Hillsboro won the long jump event with a distance of 21-05.00, and in fourth was Hillsboro’s Jack Wagoner at 19-02.50. Eikenberry of McClain was fifth at 18-11.50.

McClain’s Chris Starkey won the shot put event at 47-07.50, and in second was Derek Whitt of Hillsboro at 44-06.50. 

Whitt of HHS won the discus throw event at 128-04, and in fourth was McClain’s Michael Stevenson at 119-02.

For complete results of the FAC Championships, visit Baum's Page