By: Chris Manning | NTL Sports | May 15, 2021 | Photo courtesy Chris Manning
Canton's Reagan Kelley won the girls' shot put in 29-feet, 3 1/2-inches at the NTL Coaches' Invitational Friday.
She was the lone Warrior champion, though they had several strong performances on the day.
On the boys' side Conner Foust (12.23) was sixth in the 100, and third in the 200 in 24.81.
Isaiah Niemczyk (54.77) was second in the 400, followed by Foust (57.0) in eighth.
Mason Shultz (50.66) was eighth in the 300 hurdles.
Canton's 4x400 relay was fifth in 3:53.70, while their 4x800 relay was fifth in 9:48.84.
Caiden Williams (5-feet, 6-inches) was third in the high jump, with Niemczyk (19-feet, 2 3/4-inches) sixth in the long jump.
Williams (38-feet, 6-inches), and Niemczyk (38-feet) were fourth and fifth in the triple jump.
Williams (40-feet, 3 1/4-inches) was sixth in the shot put, as Derek Atherton-Ely (40-feet, 3-inches) came in seventh.
Williams (119-feet, 9-inches) was fourth in the discus, while Atherton-Ely (140-feet, 6-inches) was third in the javelin.
On the girls' side Lacey Niemczyk (29.89) was seventh in the 200, and fourth in the 400 at 1:06.53.
Camille McRoberts (2:36.81) was second in the 800, while Kali Wesneski (2:54.77) came in seventh.
McRoberts (5:57.67) was third in the 1600, as well.
Courteney Weiskopff (56.91) was sixth in the 300 hurdles.
Canton's 4x100 relay was sixth in 1:00.12, their 4x400 relay was third in 4:42.30, and their 4x800 relay was second in 11:27.75.
Theresa Beers (6-feet, 6-inches) was fifth in pole vault, Weiskopff (13-feet, 8-inches) was fifth in the long jump, and Kelley (75-feet, 6-inches) took sixth in the discus.