It was the reality.
Dayton Dunbar Wolverines have the best track team in the United States of America.
|Dunbar celebrates second consecutive D-2 Ohio HS State Track Title|
And after what happened in Columbus last weekend at the Ohio D-2 High School State Championships at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in front of a packed house solidified not only the Wolverines as the class of Division 2, but the premiere Track team in the state, and frankly, the country after winning its second consecutive title on Saturday.
They demolished the competition in team play. And they did it with that Wolverine swagger that you used to seeing.
They almost doubled (64-40) the score of the second place team (Lake Catholic Central). They won most of the events they competed in, and when they didn't, it took a epic effort on the other opponents to defeat them (check headlines, video of 4x400 final)
There was no doubt who was the dominant team in Ohio. But how can you say the best in the country?
Well earlier in the season, the Wolverines competed in the National High School Track Invitational, (in New York) which only the best of the best are invited.
And they won that one too.
Now while winning the National tourney early in the season can sometimes feed too much arrogance to a already confident squad, the Wolverines used it as motivation to dominate throughout the tourney like few teams EVER have.
In the sectionals it was dominant, but it was "just the sectionals"
Then when it came to regionals, where it was more of the same, but the question was, "they cant dominate like that at State can they?"
All you had to do was ask the coach.
Or watch history, in its fastest and rarest form.
The execution was on point. The coaches had them well prepared and the fan base was in full effect.
Salute the Dunbar Wolverines as they show how to deal with early success and finish on top.
Dunbar Wolverines, Ohio HS Division 2 State Champs.
Could we see a 3-peat?
Wouldn't bet against it.
Meadowdale ladies finish second in state
The Lady Lions repped the Miami Valley, had a very strong showing in Columbus. and showed they will be a contender for years to come as well.
Meadowdale won the 800 Relay, finished 3rd in the 400 Relay (C-J finished first), and finished 3rd in the 1600 Relay.
The group of lady Lions (Henderson, Underwood, Mayfield-Brown, Pettigrew, Smith, Streety) definitely deserves praise for almost winning the State and having a great showing in Columbus.