Photo Gallery: Glenville Wins Big At Kimberly

As expected Glenville compiled 124 points and came away with a first-place finish at the 2006 Kimberly Relays at Bedford High School on a beautiful, sun-drenched afternoon. Robert Rose, Bryant Browning and Ray Small were three soon-to-be OSU football Buckeyes who contributed to the team victory. Small, who finished first in each of his four events, was named the meet's MVP. Glenville will be in Dayton next weekend as they continue their quest for their fourth-consecutive state title.

Photo Gallery : Glenville Wins Big At Kimberly Relays


Glenville finished first in the shot put relay as Robert Rose recorded a toss of 48' 3 1/4"...



...Bryant Browning had the farthest toss of 49' 6 1/4"...



...and freshman Marcus Hall's throw traveled 41' 4".



Of course Rose and Browning are set to officially become Ohio State Buckeyes this summer. And Hall is surely to be a top-ranked lineman on the gridiron for the class of 2009.



Otis Merrill has already proven to be a great addition to the track team and he will also be a top player for the football team in the fall.



Merrill won the 110 meter hurdles and was on the winning 4X100 relay team.



Kyle Jefferson had a nice afternoon for the Tarblooders.



Jefferson was on the winning 4X200 and 4X400 relay teams and he was a member of the winning 800 meter sprint medlay team.



But Ray Small was the lone Tarblooder to win four times.



Small won the 100 meters in a time of 10.74 seconds and he anchored the winning 4X100 relay team also.



Small also was on the winning 4X200 and 4X400 relay teams for Glenville.



And for his efforts, Small was named the Boys Overall Meet MVP.



David Arnold raced in several events for Copley.



Arnold's best finish of the day was 2nd-place in the 800 sprint medley.



Ohio's current Mr. Football, Delone Carter, was also on the 2nd-place team in the 800 spring medley resulting in his best finish on the day. Carter has added weight to his muscular frame since the football season ended but hasn't lost his speed. Carter also finished second in the long jump.



Anthony Wright from Maple Heights was on the third-place team in the 4X100 shuttle hurdle and he even threw the discus.



And current Ohio State linebacker and proud papa, Curtis Terry, was at the track meet for a while with his new baby boy, Curtis Jr.



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