PORT CLINTON – The Wayne Trace boys and girls track teams traveled to Port Clinton on Wednesday to take part in the Division III regional meet with several red, white and blue athletes continuing their seasons.

Junior Sydnee Sinn highlighted the Raider efforts, setting a new school record in the 400-meter dash with a time of 56.07 seconds to post the best time on the day in advancing to Friday’s finals.

Teammate Rachel Stoller moved on in the 400 dash as well, posting a time of 1:00.25 for the fifth best time on the evening.

The Lady Raider 800 relay quartet of Rachel Stoller, Kiara Bahena, Harper Myers and Bethany Miller moved on with a sixth best time of 1:48.36. Wayne Trace also will take part in the 1600 relay, where the foursome of Stoller, Bahena, Gracie Shepherd and Sinn finished with a regional best time of 4:03.54 in the preliminary race Wednesday.

On the boys side, the Raiders’ Brayson Parrish moved on to the finals in the 110 hurdles with a fifth best time of 15.86 seconds.

In the 100-meter dash, Maddox Treece also advanced to the finals with a time of 11.55 seconds that was seventh best. Treece will run in the 400-meter dash finals as well, recording a third best time of 50.88 seconds on Wednesday. The Raider sophomore will make his third appearance in the finals in the 200-meter dash, where he stands third after Wednesday’s prelim time of 23.04 seconds.

In regional finals action, Wayne Trace’s 3200 relay team of Bethany Miller, Madison Gurney, Abby Moore and Kiara Bahena came up short in regards to advancing to the state meet but the Lady Raider squad did place seventh with a time of 10:16.05.