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April 7, 2013

Reasors Track Classic results

Girls

Team standings

1. Broken Arrow (142); 2. Jenks (138); 3. Union (106); 4. Booker T. Washington (68); 5. Owasso (55); 6. Tahlequah (45); 7. Bartlesville (24); 8. Coweta (20.5); 9. McAlester (19); 10. Stilwell (18); 11. Muskogee (8.5); 12. Memorial (6); 13. Holland Hall (1).

100-meter dash

1. Esther Udoumoh (Union), 12.85.

2. Sydney Scott (Booker T. Washington), 12.88.

3. Alyssia Lewis (BTW), 12.91.

4. Kristin Woldtvedt (Broken Arrow), 13.05.

5. Blair Koster (Bartlesville), 13.06.

6. Caitlin Cantrell (Jenks), 13.07.

200-meter dash

1. Kristin Woldtvedt (Broken Arrow), 26.40.

2. Debra Rogers (BTW), 26.92.

3. Caitlin Cantrell (Jenks), 27.05.

4. Olivia Crabtree (Broken Arrow), 27.32.

5. Tiana Humphrey (Owasso), 27.60.

6. Kailani Bagley (Jenks), 27.64.

400-meter dash

1. Shelley McGilbray (Broken Arrow), 59.17.

2. Mikeala Alwert (Owasso), 1:01.

3. Kaitlyn Monckton (Broken Arrow), 1:02.11.

4. Rachel Norman (Jenks), 1:02.77.

5. Lanise Davis (Union), 1:04.36.

6. Kylee Randall (Union), 1:04.57.

800-meter run

1. Jesse Martin (Jenks), 2:25.

2. Josie Buckner (Coweta), 2:27.71.

3. AJ Martin (Jenks), 2:27.75.

4. Ainsley Ibison (Broken Arrow), 2:29.32.

5. Haley Giessler (Owasso), 2:29.51.

6. Allene Michaels (Holland Hall), 2:31.

1,600-meter run

1. Grace Barber (Jenks), 5:09.

2. Sydney Lawrence (Stilwell), 5:12.

3. Madison Brown (Jenks), 5:25.

4. Ashley Barnes (Bartlesville), 5:33.

5. Rachel Buker (Jenks), 5:38.

6. Jessica Hembree (Tahlequah), 5:41.

3,200-meter run

1. Sydney Lawrence (Stilwell), 11:23.

2. Madison Brown (Jenks), 11:36.

3. Jessica Hembree (Tahlequah), 11:56.

4. Lauren Garrison (Jenks), 11:58.

5. Ashley Barnes (Bartlesville), 12:05.

6. Maddie Trost (Jenks), 12:07.

100-meter hurdles

1. Casey Jones (McAlester), 15.92.

2. Cydney Fogle (Broken Arrow), 16.00.

3. Elle Denyer (Bartlesville), 16.27.

4. Christie Terhune (Jenks), 16.28.

5. Michelle Sheppard (Broken Arrow), 17.45.

6. Shiane Williams (BTW), 17.59.

300-meter hurdles

1. Christie Terhune (Jenks), 45.91.

2. Cydney Fogle (Broken Arrow), 46.24.

3. Blair Koster (Bartlesville), 48.04.

4. Casey Jones (McAlester), 48.26.

5. Michelle Sheppard (Broken Arrow), 48.46.

6. Elrine Goosen (Union), 48.63.

400-meter relay

1. BTW, 49.99.

2. Union, 50.34.

3. Broken Arrow, 51.24.

4. Jenks, 51.31.

5. Muskogee, 51.68.

6. Owasso, 52.06.

800-meter relay

1. BTW, 1:45.10.

2. Jenks, 1:45.15.

3. Broken Arrow, 1:45.40.

4. Union, 1:48.

5. Tahlequah, 1:49.

6. Muskogee, 1:50.

1,600-meter relay

1. Broken Arrow, 4:05.

2. Jenks, 4:08.

3. Tahlequah, 4:14.62.

4. Union, 4:14.87.

5. BTW, 4:16.

6. Owasso, 4:23.

3,200-meter relay

1. Jenks, 9:47.

2. Union, 9:53.

3. Owasso, 10:19.

4. Broken Arrow, 10:22.

5. Tahlequah, 10:23.

6. McAlester, 10:47.

High jump

1. Imani Davis (Union), 5-02.

2. Emily Basks (Tahlequah), 5-00.

3. Ashlyn Ball (Jenks), 4-10.

3. Jordan Roach (Tahlequah), 4-10.

5. Tiffany Cochran (Tahlequah), 4-08.

5. Esther Udoumoh (Union), 4-08.

5. Amaya Christon (Union), 4-08.

Long jump

1. Esther Udoumoh (Union), 16-10.

2. Amaya Christon (Union), 16-05.5.

3. Faith Ihim (Memorial), 16-00.

4. Alli George (Tahlequah), 15-08.

5. Aaliyah Wilson (Muskogee), 15-06.75.

6. Raven Smith (BTW), 15-06.5.

Shotput

1. Taylor Jones (Broken Arrow), 37-03.

2. Savannah Waters (Owasso), 36-09.5.

3. Grace Flowers (Union), 33-03.5.

4. Nakia Smith (Bartlesville), 32-10.5.

5. Sydney McSlarrow (Coweta), 32-06.

6. Nikki Elliot (Coweta), 30-08.5.

Discus

1. Savannah Waters (Owasso), 132-08.

2. Montar Hummingbird (Coweta), 105-05.5.

3. Grace Flowers (Union), 104-00.5.

4. Taylor Jones (Broken Arrow), 103-07.

5. Madeline Layland (Union), 102-10.

6. Nikki Elliot (Coweta), 100-04.5.

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