YUKON — Tahlor Brown won the 300-meter hurdles to spark the Edmond North Lady Huskies to the runner-up trophy at the OSSAA Class 6A track and field championship Saturday in Yukon.

Brown qualified in the No. 3 position but rebounded with a championship 43.29 clocking to win the gold medal on Saturday. She also ran a leg on the 1600-meter relay with Mackenzie Holub, Maddie Allen, and Ashlin Ambrose, winning the third place medals in 3:58.45. She also was third in the 100 hurdles in a time of 14.90 for the bronze medal.

Deer Creek distance ace Elysia Burgos came home with three medals including silver in both the 1600 (5:05.97) and 3200 (11:35.12) and a bronze medal in the 800 in a time of 2:14.11.

Edmond North's superb high jumper Chris Banks is a state champion, missing three attempts at 6-10 after clearing 6-8 to win his gold medal.

The Lady Huskies' 3200-meter team of Maddie Medina, Blake Tarzia, Abby Graves, and Emma Walter posted a 9:45.54 to claim the silver medals in that event. Walter picked up bronze medals in the two-mile in 11:38.21 and the mile in 5:11.44. Medina was fifth in both the 3200 and 1600.

The North Ladies were fourth in the 800-meter relay as the team of Holub, Ambrose, Dekayla Gaines, and Adonia Williams combined for a time of 1:343.33. Morgan Ray was fourth in the long jump with a leap of 17-6.

North's Elijah Fisher had a 23-5 effort for third in the long jump and the Huskies' 1600-meter relay was fourth in 3:23.31.

Deer Creek’s Jackson Wedge finished third in both the 1600 (4:35.98) and 3200 (10:03.49) and the Antlers' 3200-meter relay squad was third in 8:18.14. Stepen Wells cleared 6-4 to tie for third place in the high jump for the Antlers.

Logan Huslig was fourth in the 300 hurdles in 39.46, Paxton Gary was fifth in the 110 hurdles in 14.89 and Steven Clark claimed a sixth place medal in the 1600 in a time of 4:40.12.

Adrianna Carrethers placed fifth in the 100 for the Lady Antlers in 12.18.

Cole Van Vuren of Santa Fe claimed a fifth place medal in the discus, tying for fourth with Jordan Kelley of Union at 165-10 but dropping to fifth on the basis of second best jump.

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