Morris Breaks School Record in Pole Vault as Track and Field Competes at Tiffleberg Open

Draven Bass
Draven Bass

TIFFIN, Ohio – Ohio Dominican's track and field teams competed at the Tiffleberg Open Saturday on the campus of Tiffin University.

Freshman Kaysi Morris began the day with a school record in the pole vault clearing the 3.05 meter mark as she finished seventh in the event.

Junior Bryanna Barber (Reynoldsburg, Ohio) had a sixth place finish in the 100 meter dash crossing the line in 12.54.  

Fellow juniors Megan Tamasovich (Canal Winchester, Ohio) and Shaunqueza Stevens (Dublin, Ohio) scored in multiple events with Tamasovich scoring in three events and Stevens in two. On the track, Tamasovich finished seventh in the 400 meter hurdles with a time of 1:11.56 and eighth in the 100 meter hurdles crossing the line in 16.27. In the high jump, Tamasovich had an eighth place finish clearing the 1.55 meter mark. Stevens earned a sixth place finish in the 200 meter dash crossing the line with a time of 26.38 while also finishing seventh in the 400 meters with a time of 1:01.82.

On the men's side, junior Draven Bass (Circleville, Ohio) had a season best finish with a second place finish in the 400 meter hurdles with a time of 54.16. Freshman Adam Kamel (Brook Park, Ohio) had a third place finish in the 800 meter race crossing the line in a time of 1:58.43. Also in the 800 meter race, senior Bobby Bogantz (Sunbury, Ohio) finished fifth with a time of 1:59.93.

In the field events, senior Clayton Seymour (Ashville, Ohio) had a sixth place finish in the shot put throwing 14.41 meters and a seventh place face in the shot put with a throw of 44.77 meters. Ethan Vandermarliere (Georgetown, Kentucky) also had a seventh place finish in the javelin throwing 39.84 meters.  

The Panthers are back in action next Saturday, April 13 at the Walsh Invitational.