GLENVILLE – The West Virginia Wesleyan track and field teams racked up two more wins at the Glenville State Last Chance meet Friday evening.
The women bested four other teams to win the team title with 204 points.
Charleston was second on the women's side with 105 points while Glenville State was third with 104 points.
On the men's side, the Bobcats amassed 159 points for the win.
Glenville State was second with 132 points while Alderson Broaddus was third with 117.
The Lady Bobcats won eight events.
Earning the individual wins were Mykera Days in the 100-meters (12.71), Zoey Vilasuso in the 1500 meters (5:09.59), Ali Crawford in the 100-meter hurdles (14.87), Vicki Crise in the 400-meter hurdles (64.90), Shania Lloyd in the pole vault (2.30 meters) and Ali Allen in the long jump (5.34 meters).
On the men's side, they won six events.
Dylon Rippeto won the shot put (14.20 meters) and the discus (41.65 meters), Caleb Riffle in the 400 meters (51.12), Jacob Ortiz in the 400-meter hurdles (59.13), Rex Rosenberger in the pole vault (4.10 meters) and LaMar Thompson in the triple jump (12.52 meters).
A few of the Bobcat and Lady Bobcat performers went to the Jesse Owens Track and Field Classic at Ohio State University over the weekend.
Tyler Donati had the big day in Columbus finishing third in the javelin with a throw of 59.28 meters.
"Donati getting third at this meet is very big for our program," remarked head coach Jesse Skiles.
The Bobcats and Lady Bobcats will now prepare for the MEC Championships which they will host May 6-8.