Lima Senior, Wayne win Warriors Invite team titles

Stivers High School junior Paige Nooks-Flee (left) anchors the Tigers’ sprint medley relay to a heat win and fourth overall in the 800-meters sprint medley relay during the Wayne Warriors track and field invitational at Heidkamp Stadium on Tuesday. Lima Senior ran away with the girls team title, 91-69.5 over runner-up Wayne and No. 3 Northmont (68.5). Wayne (106.5) won the boys team title. Dunbar (81) was second and Northmont (69) third. For more of Tuesday’s high school sports highlights see View photos and video at DaytonDailyNews.com. MARC PENDLETON / STAFF
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Stivers High School junior Paige Nooks-Flee (left) anchors the Tigers’ sprint medley relay to a heat win and fourth overall in the 800-meters sprint medley relay during the Wayne Warriors track and field invitational at Heidkamp Stadium on Tuesday. Lima Senior ran away with the girls team title, 91-69.5 over runner-up Wayne and No. 3 Northmont (68.5). Wayne (106.5) won the boys team title. Dunbar (81) was second and Northmont (69) third. For more of Tuesday’s high school sports highlights see View photos and video at DaytonDailyNews.com. MARC PENDLETON / STAFF

Lima Senior won the girls team title and the host Wayne boys did the same in Tuesday’s Wayne Warriors High School track and field invitational at Heidkamp Stadium in Huber Heights.

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Lima Senior outdistanced runner-up Wayne 91-69.5 to win the girls championship. Northmont (68.5) was third. Wayne beat runner-up Dunbar 106.5-81 to win the boys title. Like its girls, Northmont (69) also was third.

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There were two meet records set, both by Lima Senior girls. The Spartans reset the 4x400-meter relay record (4:04.98) and also the two-man shot put relay (73-6.25).

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Other meets scheduled for this week are the Miami East Invite at 5:30 p.m. Friday and the Cedarville Impson Invite at 9 a.m. Saturday.

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