The Edmond Sun


May 6, 2013

Edmond represented fruitfully at state track meet

EDMOND — There will be a distinctly Edmond flavor when results are tallied at the 2013 State 6A Track and Field Championship in Yukon this weekend.

All three Edmond schools had impressive showings in last week's regional qualifying meets with the top three place winners and the four next best performances qualifying for the state meet.                                       

At the Edmond North regional, the Santa Fe Lady Wolves won the team championship by a mere 180.5-180 over crosstown rival North while the Lady Bulldogs of Edmond Memorial romped to the team title at Norman. The Memorial girls were particularly strong in the relays as all three teams qualified teams in all four relays, which count double in team points.

 In the boys division, the Memorial boys were also the team champion at Norman while Santa Fe was third and North was sixth at the North regional.                                            

Edmond qualifiers include:

NORTH GIRLS: 100: Quinn Patterson, Jade Patton and Ashley Ehrhart.  200- Patterson, Patton. 400- Mia Mukes. 800- Jaci Smith. 1600- Jenny Mehner, Jaci Smith. 3200- Jaci Smith. 100- Paris Haley; 300- Paris Haley. 400 M. Relay, 800 M. Relay, 1600 M. Relay, 3200 M. Relay. High Jump- Grace Brennen. Pole Vault- Kamela Frazier.

SANTA FE GIRLS: 200- Tyler Wisby. 400- Tyler Wisby. 800- Kysha Miller. 1600- Karlie Hammond. 3200- Karlie Hammond. 100 Hurdles- Emily Hart, Erin Hart. 300 Hurdles- Erin Hart. 400 M Relay. 800 M Relay. 1600 M Relay, 3200 M. Relay. Long Jump- Ta Meyer. Shot Put- Alaina Cooper, Alexis Cooper.  Discus- Morgan Roberts.                        

MEMORIAL GIRLS: 100- Shaquan Burris, Cherish Abinah, Emerald Scott. 200- Emerald Scott. 400- Clara O'Conner, Ricki Sheef. 800- Clara O'Conner, Jaclyn Hummel. 32oo- Jaclyn Hummel, Hannah Taff. 100 Hurdles- Kelsie Shanks. 300 Hurdles- Rhandi Jackson, Victoria Cottom,  Heidi Brown.  400 Relay- (1st), 800 Relay (1st), 1600 Relay (1st), 3200 Relay (1st). High Jump- Merritt Ogle,  Avery Ogle. Pole Vault- Schuyler Wood, Ashia Strickland, Ciera Roberts. Discus- Sierra Sheen.

 MEMORIAL BOYS: 100- Robert Charlton. 400- Grey Howard, Ben Lewis. 800- Alex Shook, Grey Howard, Ryan Nielson. 1600- Alex Shook, Gabe Thompson. 3200- Chris Ebert, Seth Hammond. 110 Hurdles- Donovan Nunley, Jesse Cossey, Micah Fontaine.  300 Hurdles- Micah Fontaine, Jalon Smith, Donovan Nunley. 400 M. Relay- 2nd; 800 M Relay- 3rd. 1600 M Relay- 1st. 3200 M Relay- 1st.  Pole Vault- Josh Dunlap. Long jump- Warren Wand. Shot Put- Jordan Weltzheimer.

 NORTH BOYS: 3200- Blake Crouch. 300 Hurdles- Mark Sharpton.1600 M. Relay. Pole Vault- Zach Maggard. Long Jump- Antonio Cole.

 SANTA FE BOYS:100- Daniel Bly. 400- Leland Anderson. 800- Matt Guidice. 100 Hurdles- Demetrious Jones, Calvin Harkness. 1600 Relay. 3200 Relay (1st). High Jump- Josiah Hunter. Long Jump- Josiah Hunter. Trevan Smith.

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