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The First Week of April in Erie County: A Look at Spring Sports

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Apr 4, 2024

Erie High pole vaulter Bradon Schneider competed at the PIAA track and field meet with hopes of becoming the Royals’ first gold medalist. The meet took place at Shippensburg on Friday, where Schneider aimed to make his mark in Erie High history.

In the boys track and field Region 5 competition, Fort LeBoeuf emerged victorious with a score of 86 against Mercyhurst Prep’s 61. The results included impressive performances in various events such as the 100 meters, 200 meters, 400 meters, hurdles, relays, jumps, throws, and more. The competition was fierce, with athletes from both schools showcasing their skills and determination.

On the girls side, Fort LeBoeuf also dominated the Region 5 meet, finishing with a score of 126 compared to Mercyhurst Prep’s 23. The events included sprints, hurdles, relays, jumps, throws, and more. The female athletes demonstrated their abilities and competitive spirit, contributing to Fort LeBoeuf’s success in the competition.

In non-region boys tennis matches, McDowell and Fairview faced off against Grove City in close matchups. The singles and doubles matches were intense, with players displaying their tennis skills and strategies on the court. Both teams fought hard for the win, resulting in a series of exciting matches for the fans to enjoy.

For more information on local sports news and updates, readers can contact the Erie Times-News sports department at sports@timesnews.com. Stay tuned to meet Erie County’s top-performing athletes as the spring sports season progresses.

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