Muskingum - Over at Muskingum University, Warren, a district runner-up in both the boys and girls divisions at Meigs this past weekend, will be in D2 regional competition Thursday (5 p.m. start) and Saturday (11:30 a.m.).
At district, junior Warrior Trent Sayre was first in the 1600 in 1:58.72. He was also a leg on the winning 4 by 8 relay, which also included Ethan Yost, Jake Herriott, and Preston-Demster, and the 4 by 4 of Justin Lough, Isaiah Kitts and Yost).
Sayre was also a regional qualifier in the 800 as was Rowland-Demster.
Lough, a 2017 state qualifier in the 300 hurdles, was a regional qualifier in both hurdles events.
Yost and Herriott will be busy as well at MU, running the 400 and 1600, respectively.
Landon Wigal will be hoping to punch his ticket to state in the pole vault.
On the Warren girls side, four relay teams advanced to regional from district: the 4 by 1 (Allison Werry, Emme Bowe, Hope Murdock, and Erin Bogard), 4 by 2 (Murdock, Werry, Bowe, Bogard), 4 by 4 (Bowe, Murdock, Allison Werry, and Abigail Werry), and 4 by 8 (Caroline Stollar, Casey Brague, Jenna Walters, Devanne Reynolds).
Bogard, a two-time state qualifier in the pole vault, will also be competing in the PV and 100 hurdles; Bowe, 400; Kate Liston, discus; Abigail Werry, 400, Abigail Werry, 300 hurdles; and Millie Ryan, discus and shot put.
Ryan was a district first-place winner in both the discus and shot.