NEWCOMERSTOWN - Fort Frye's girls notched another track and field championship.
The Lady Cadet thinclads were first at the Ohio Division III district meet at Newcomerstown High School Friday.
"Our girls and boys did a fantastic job this week," said Fort Frye coach Bobbi Webb whose girls team won the Pioneer Valley Conference title at Buckeye Trail on May 8.
District competition began Tuesday for Fort Frye and the finals were Friday.
"Our seniors showed really good leadership," Webb continued, "and the younger kids stepped up. I'm very proud of this group."
Next up for Fort Frye track is the regional at Fairfield Union at 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Only the top four in district events get to advance to the regional.
Fort Frye's Sarah Biehl, Natalie Hart and Stephanie Huck all placed in the top four in four events at district.
Biehl, a senior, was a district champion in the 800 in a time of 2:27. She was also a runner-up in the 1600, and a leg on the 4x800 and 4x400 relay teams.
The FFHS 4 by 8, which also included Huck, Hart and Hannah Willey, set a school record with a first-place clocking of 10:13.46 in the event.
The 4 by 4, which also included Hart, Huck and Bailey Thieman, also placed.
Huck will also be competing in four events at regional, thanks to a district first of 8 feet, 6 inches in the pole vault. She also placed in the 400.
Hart, a freshman, was district champ in the 400 and third in the 3200.
Thieman was second in both the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles.
Morgan Dyar won the district shot put with a heave of 31-10, and Kylynn Buchanan was third in the pole vault, clearing the bar at eight feet.
On the Fort Frye boys side, Derek Spindler, a 2011 state placer, was a district champion in the pole vault, going over at 14 feet.
Max Alsbach placed third at district in the 400 to qualify for regional.
"These kids represented the Fort Frye school district in a great way this week," Webb said.