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Oak Harbor athletes set new school records

Two long-time school records were among those broken this spring by Oak Harbor High School athletes.

Junior golfer Annie Leete shot a 70 at the district tournament, breaking the 1974 record of 74 set by Eve Patterson for the best 18-hole round.

Sophomore John Rodeheffer posted a new 3,200-meter mark with a 9:20.19 at the state meet, bettering Gary Lineburg's 1966 clocking of 9:26. Lineburg's time is a conversion from the two-mile.

In softball, senior Shawna Steele set or tied three records. Her five home runs for the season are a new OHHS high, topping four by Nicole Cauble in 1994 and Pam DeMoor in 2000. Steele finished with seven home runs in her career, tying the mark set by DeMoor from 1997-2000.

Steele also scored 23 runs, matching the record set by Carolyn Baar in 1996 and Laura Hawkins in 1998.

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