YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – The Youngstown State men’s outdoor track and field team took the Horizon League Championship for a second consecutive year on Sunday.
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The men captured 234 points, topping second place Milwaukee who finished with 196.33.
Valley standouts had a great weekend for the Penguins in the finals.
Girard grad Collin Harden grabbed another title, winning the 400m hurdles late Saturday night with a time of 53.35.
It is the second-straight year that Harden won the event.
A pair of local YSU freshman dominated the shot put event as Crestview’s Dominic Perry won the event, followed by McDonald grad Zach Grey.
Perry posted a throw of 16.77m, just topping Grey’s mark of 16.18m.
East grad and Youngstown State freshman Tobias Harris won his heat in the 200m with a time of 21.85, finishing fourth overall in the event.
It is the Penguins’ fifth outdoor track and field title.