Track & Field

Ross’ Boze leads area athletes at state meet, makes D-I podium twice and takes second in 300 hurdles

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Ross High School's Myah Boze (third from left) reacts on the podium between Lakota East's Katlyn Pham (left) and Gahanna Lincoln's Camden Bentley (right) after the Division I girls 300-meter hurdles June 2, 2023, during the Ohio State Track & Field Championships at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

COLUMBUS — Myah Boze’s path to a state title should be a little clearer next season.

The Ross High School junior hurdled her way to the Division I podium twice Saturday in the Ohio State Track & Field Championships, finishing second in the 300-meter hurdles and seventh in the 100 hurdles




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