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Girls Track and Field Team Turns Focus to Anderson Invitational

Posted on: April 17, 2018

SETTING THE SCENE:  For the second consecutive year, the Lady Eagles of Milford captured first place at last week’s New Richmond Invitational.  Milford’s girls dominated the New Richmond Invite, with nineteen different Milford athletes contributing points for the team.  The Eagles now prepare to compete at the Anderson Invitational along with a number of other Eastern Cincinnati Conference teams. 


A LOOK BACK:  The Lady Eagles dominated at the New Richmond Invitational, taking the team championship by more than 50 points over second place hosts New Richmond.  Andrea Armstrong swept the 100, 200 and 400 meter dashes, as well as the long jump, while Haley Rodeffer took first in both the 100 meter and 300 meter hurdles.  The 4x100 meter relay team of Caitlyn Wiscombe, Madison Chitwood, Megan Kussman and Bryn Rolfsen took first place as well. 

The full list of Milford athletes placing in the top eight of each event were as follows:


100 Meter Hurdles

1st place, Haley Rodeffer (16.80)

7th place, Katie Belcher (18.89)

100 Meter Dash

1st place, Andrea Armstrong (13.06)

2nd place, Bryn Rolfsen (13.51)

1600 Meter Run

2nd place, Olivia Loeffler (5:51.83)

3rd place, Emma Beck (5:55.92)

400 Meter Dash

1st place, Andrea Armstrong (1:01.97)

4th place, Alicia Viola-Prioli (1:05.26)

300 Meter Hurdles

1st place, Haley Rodeffer (49.32)

4th place, Keri Eberly (51.74)

800 Meter Run

3rd place, Olivia Loeffler (2:35.29)

8th place, Ellie Redrow (2:42.01)

200 Meter Dash

1st place, Andrea Armstrong (26.35)

3rd place, Bryn Rolfsen (28.11)

3200 Meter Run

4th place, Emma Beck (12:56.07)


4th place, Emma Neal (97-02)

Long Jump

1st place, Andrea Armstrong (16-00.50)

4th place, Jenna Bellonby (14-05.00)

High Jump

t-2nd place, Madison Chitwood (4-10.00)

t-2nd place, Julia Miller (4-10.00)

4x100 Meter Relay

1st place: (Caitlyn Wiscombe, Chitwood, Megan Kussman, Rolfsen (53.07) 

4x400 Meter Relay

2nd place: Carley Eggemeyer, Riley Eggemeyer, Bellonby, Rolfsen (4:30.20) 

4x800 Meter Relay

2nd place: Loeffler, Beck, Abigail Nehlen, Redrow (10:41.44)

4x200 Meter Relay

3rd place: Rodeffer, Redrow, Loeffler, Viola-Prioli (1:54.70)


Full results of the New Richmond Invitational can be found HERE.


A LOOK AHEAD:  Milford’s next meet is the Anderson Invitational. Preliminary events will be held Thurs., Apr. 19; those who qualify for the finals will return to Anderson on Fri., Apr. 20. 

  • Thursday, April 19:            Milford @ Anderson Invitational – Preliminaries, Anderson High School, 4:00 pm
  • Friday, April 20:                Milford @ Anderson Invitational – Finals, Anderson High School, 4:00 pm

Click HERE to find a map of event locations at Anderson High School.


INSIDE THE ECC:  The following Milford athletes/events fall in the top ten in the Eastern Cincinnati Conference early in the season.

Andrea Armstrong:  1st 100 meter dash; 2nd 200 meter dash; 3rd 400 meter dash; 2nd long jump

Ellie Bach:  t-7th shotput

Emma Beck: 5th 3200 meter run

Katie Belcher:  8th 100 meter hurdles

Jenna Bellonby: 5th long jump

Madison Chitwood: t-5th high jump

Keri Eberly:  4th 300 meter hurdles

Olivia Loeffler:  5th 800 meter run; 6th 1600 meter run

Julia Miller:  t-5th high jump

Emma Neal: 2nd discus

Ellie Redrow: 10th 800 meter run;

Haley Rodeffer:  2nd 100 meter hurdles; 3rd 300 meter hurdles

Bryn Rolfsen:  2nd 100 meter dash; 6th 200 meter dash

Alicia Viola-Prioli:  7th, 400 meter dash


400 meter – 2nd

800 meter – 3rd

1600 meter – 2nd

3200 meter – 3rd


POLL WATCH:  Mason remained atop the standing in the latest area coaches’ poll from the Cincinnati Enquirer.  However, Princeton rose to second while the ECC’s Kings fell from second to third.  Anderson rose from sixth to fourth followed by Lakota East.  Withrow fell in the poll as well, now sixth after sitting in fourth last week.  Though not previously ranked, Loveland moved into the top ten at eighth. After a dominating performance at New Richmond, Milford received twenty-one votes in week four, while Turpin, who fell out of the top ten, received fifteen votes.  Walnut Hills (5) and West Clermont (2) each received votes as well. Click HERE for the coaches’ poll for week four.