Team Ohio secured the 4x800m relay win with their time of 7:39.97.
Division I 400m state champion, Sam Janson will compete at the Midwest Meet of Champions.
Pickerington Central grad, Evan Matthews took the 300H win at last year's Midwest Meet of Champions with a 37.59 clocking.
Chelsea's Tom Oates claimed the 1600m race win with his time of 4:11.93.
Michigan's No. 1 ranked 800m athlete, Katie Osika will compete at the Midwest Meet of Champions.
White Lake Lakeland (MI) grad, Grace Stark produced a 13.67 mark to win the 100H contest at the 2019 Midwest Meet of Champions.
The 2018 Midwest Meet of Champions will take place on Saturday, June 9th at Michigan State University.
Team Ohio's Caisja Chandler won the 100m race with her time of 11.84.
Team Michigan's Donnie James claimed the 200m race win due to his 21.72 effort.
Michigan State University signee Karenna Duffey secured the 1600m race win with her time of 4:53.13.
Team Michigan athletes Anne Forsyth, Katie Osika and Melanie Helder competing in the 800m race.
Jaden Zaitshik, Peter Kalthoff and Cassidy Henshaw competed in the high jump event for Team Michigan.
Team Michigan recorded a time of 9:13.36 to finish second in the 4x800m relay.
Team Ohio won the 4x800m relay at the Midwest Meet of Champions with their time of 7:39.97.
Ohio's 4x800 team, made up of James Ray, Anthony Camerieri, Alex Bryan and Chandler Wilhelm, went 7:39.97 for the relay victory.
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