Tahlequah Daily Press

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April 4, 2014

Hickman picks up silver in sprint event

Conrad, Garcia lead boys to 5th place showing

(Continued)

Here are the results from the track meet:

2014 Reasors Track Classic

Boys

Team scores


1. Jenks – 175.5

2. Broken Arrow – 138.5

3. Union - 112

4. Bixby - 54

5. Tahlequah - 50

6. Bartlesville - 40

7. Owasso - 40

8. Coweta - 20

9. Sapulpa - 10

10. Bishop Kelley - 6

 

100-meter dash

1. Warren Leak (Broken Arrow) – 10.82

2. Cameron Booty (Jenks) – 11.02

3. Salde Nordic (Bartlesville) – 11.03

4. Trey Brown (Union) – 11.20

5. Brett Tye (Jenks) – 11.25

6. Justin Williams (Bixby) – 11.30

200-meter dash

1. Warren Leak (Broken Arrow) – 21.86

2. Slade Nordic (Bartlesville) – 22.21

3. Ben Fields (Union) – 22.70

4. Tyson Tayloer (Union) 22.71

5. Justin Williams (Bixby) – 22.81

6. Kale Mulkey (Bixby) – 22.83

400-meter dash

1. Dillon Stoner (Jenks) – 50.77

2. Blake Lucas (Jenks) – 51.45

3. Matt Earls (Union) – 53.49

4. Dylan Velasquez (Union) – 54.02

5. Troyree Pierce (Edison) – 54.05

6. Stephan Williams (Broken Arrow) – 54.07

800-meter run

1. Mark Middleton (Union) – 1:58.87

2. Coty Fox (Coweta) – 2:00.57

3. Blake Larson (Jenks) – 2:01.80

4. Andrew Cordray (Owasso) – 2:02.02

5. Noah Soap (Jenks) – 2:03.58

6. Kyle Roberts (Coweta) – 2:04.46

1,600-meter run

1. Chris Staub (Jenks) – 4:24.97**

2. Garrett Morton (Broken Arrow) – 4:35.43

3. Krishan Baniqued (Bartlesville) – 4:36.78

4. Cody Jones (Jenks) – 4:40.50

5. Jacob Janzen (Jenks) – 4:40.92

6. Coty Fox (Coweta) – 4:43.39

3,200-meter run

1. Jacob Janzen (Jenks) – 9:38.94**

2. Tyler Helt (Union) – 9:51.28

3. Cody Jones (Jenks) – 9:54.57

4. Jared Haltom (Broken Arrow) – 9:57.99

5. Kaleb Betts (Broken Arrow) – 10:14.59

6. William Ratliff (Jenks) – 10:14.87

110-meter hurdles

1. Caleb Elder (Broken Arrow) – 15.43

2. Sammy Akem (Broken Arrow) – 15.63

3. Kyle Rhine (Bixby) – 15.67

4. Eli Walker (Union) – 16.58

5. Rhett Beasley (Jenks) – 16.67

6. Cameron Elder (Broken Arrow) – 17.00

300-meter hurdles

1. Sammy Akem (Broken Arrow) – 40.13

2. Ike Armstead (Broken Arrow) – 41.11

3. Caleb Elder (Broken Arrow) – 41.16

4. Eli Walker (Union) – 41.91

5. Logan Smalley (Bixby) – 43.16

6. Kyle Rhine (Bixby) – 43.19

400-meter relay

1. Broken Arrow – 43.04

2. Jenks – 43.34

3. Bixby – 44.78

4. Tahlequah – 44.83

5. Union – 44.89

6. Owasso – 45.18

800-meter relay

1. Bixby – 1:30.39

2. Jenks – 1:30.65

3. Bartlesville – 1:31.82

4. Broken Arrow – 1:32.84

5. Owasso – 1:33.17

6. Tahlequah – 1:35.34

1,600-meter relay

1. Jenks – 3:27.14

2. Union – 3:30.77

3. Broken Arrow – 3:33.66

4. Owasso – 3:35.48

5. Tahlequah – 3:36.45

6. Muskogee – 3:39.65

3,2000-meter relay

1. Union – 8:21.86

2. Jenks – 8:29.15

3. Tahlequah – 8:38.66

4. Owasso – 8:40.66

5. Bartlesville – 8:43.95

6. Jenks (B) – 9:03.61

High jump

1. Brandon Conrad (Tahlequah) – 6 feet*


2. Damian Howard (Broken Arrow) – 6-0

3. Luke McAllister (Union) – 6-0

4. A.J. Parker (Bartlesville) - 5

5. Tyler Guymon (Coweta) – 5-10

t6. Dillon Stoner (Jenks) – 5-10

t6. Tim Gardenhigh (Broken Arrow) – 5-10

* - winner with fewer jumps

Long jump

1. Alex Ugbah (Union) – 21 feet, 3 inches

2. Cameron Booty (Jenks) – 20-08

3. James Cantrell (Bixby) – 19-10

4. Farren Bradford (Union) – 19-07

5. Ayo Ologala (Union) – 19-06

6. Blake Cooper (Bixby) – 19-02

Pole Vault

1. Tommy Dial (Jenks) – 15 feet, 8 inches

2. Trent Lawerence (Coweta) – 13-06

3. Ben Brown (Bishop Kelley) – 13-00

4. Stephen Haygood (Owasso) – 13-00

5. Thomas Young (Owasso) – 13-00

6. Chase Snider (Broken Arrow) – 13-00

Shotput

1. Mason Dossman (Sapulpa) – 49 feet, 9.5 inches

2. Derek Robinson (Jenks) – 49-02.75

3. Matt Looney (Broken Arrow) – 47-01.5

4. Alex Bradley (Broken Arrow) – 46-05.5

5. Eric Garcia (Tahlequah) – 46-05

6. Brent Girdner (Stilwell) – 43-09.25

Discus

1. Derek Robinson (Jenks) – 150 feet, 4 inches

2. Eric Garcia (Tahlequah) – 150-01

3. J.T. Thomas (Owasso) – 144-07

4. Logan Cook (Tahlequah) – 141-02

5. Billy Mix (Owasso) – 137-09

6. Dayton Bowie (Broken Arrow) – 136-09

 

 

Girls

Team scores


1. Broken Arrow - 165

2. Jenks - 149

3. Union - 118

4. Bartlesville - 60.5

t5. Edison - 31

t5. Owasso - 31

7. Bixby - 27

8. Sand Springs - 20

9. Tahlequah - 18.5

10. Coweta - 17

100-meter dash

1. Esther Udoumoh (Union) – 12.95

2. Allison Hickman (Tahlequah) – 13.06

3. Blair Koster (Bartlesville) – 13.11

4. Kayla Crutchmer (Union) – 13.21

5. Kailani Bagley (Jenks) – 13.23

6. Brittany Willis (Jenks) – 13.24

200-meter dash

1. Callie Freeman (Jenks) – 26.46

2. Olivia Crabtree (Broken Arrow) – 26.53

3. Kailani Bagley (Jenks) – 26.96

4. Kayla Carter (Bixby) – 27.16

5. Brittany Willis (Jenks) – 27.42

6. Tayler Woodard (Broken Arrow) – 27.43

400-meter dash

1. Shelley McGilbray (Broken Arrow) – 1:00.12

2. Rachel Norman (Jenks) – 1:02.03

3. Taylor Matlock (Broken Arrow) – 1:02.26

4. Lauren Billie (East Central) – 1:02.72

5. Josie Mayfield (Jenks) – 1:02.83

6. Lauren Lucas (Jenks) – 1:03.43

800-meter run

1. Morgan Long (Sand Springs) – 2:19.21

2. Haley Geissler (Owasso) – 2:21.43

3. Madison Brown (Jenks) – 2:24.58

4. Ainsley Ibison (Broken Arrow) – 2:32.12

5. Paige Eberle (Broken Arrow) – 2:33.22

6. Mackenzie Cordova (Jenks) – 2:37.26

1,600-meter run

1. Grace Barber (Jenks) – 5:16.90

2. Madison Brown (Jenks) – 5:19.87

3. Haley Geissler (Owasso) – 5:23.02

4. Ashley Barnes (Bartlesville) – 5:32.08

5. Cheyenne Walden (Sand Springs) – 5:32.15

6. Sierra Thompson (Owasso) – 5:39.00

3,200-meter run

1. Grace Barber (Jenks) – 11:08.09**

2. Cheyenne Walden (Sand Springs) – 11:18.85

3. Kelsey Bottomly (Broken Arrow) – 12:21.45

4. Gracie Medellin (Tahlequah) – 12:32.98

5. Shay Stayton (Bartlesville) – 12:41.45

6. Rachel Buker (Jenks) – 12:44.82

100-meter hurdles

1. Elle Denyer (Bartlesville) – 16.43

2. Michelle Sheppard (Broken Arrow) – 16.91

3. Morgan Thompson (Tahlequah) – 17.76

4. Ashanti Mack (Broken Arrow) – 17.91

5. Tatianna Kanyiki (Broken Arrow) – 18.03

6. Natalie McKillip (Jenks) – 18.33

300-meter hurdles

1. Blair Koster (Bartlesville) – 47.51

2. Michelle Sheppard (Broken Arrow) – 48.83

3. Mercedes Fitch (Coweta) – 49.15

4. Ashanti Mack (Broken Arrow) – 51.05

5. Michaela Thornburgh (Union) – 51.07

6. Neazha Brown (Bixby) – 51.48

400-meter relay

1. Union – 50.95

2. Jenks – 51.39

3. Broken Arrow – 51.82

4. Edison – 53.11

5. Bixby – 53.48

6. Bartlesville – 53.56

800-meter relay

1. Broken Arrow – 1:48.98

2. Jenks – 1:49.50

3. Union – 1:50.41

4. Bartlesville – 1:50.98

5. Edison – 1:52.92

6. Bixby – 1:54.40

1,600-meter relay

1. Broken Arrow – 4:08.72

2. Jenks – 4:11.04

3. Edison – 4:17.51

4. Bixby – 4:26.09

5. Union – 4:28.81

6. Muskogee – 4:34.03

3,2000-meter relay

1. Broken Arrow – 10:31.44

2. Bartlesville – 10:40.72

3. Union – 10:46.02

4. Owasso – 10:47.07

5. Jenks – 11:11.75

6. Coweta – 11:18.70

High jump

1. Amaya Christon (Union) – 4 feet, 8 inches

t2. Dawnell Vann (Stilwell) – 4-06

t2. Makayla Jones (Edison) – 4-06

t4. Addison Richards (Bixby) – 4-06

t4. Andi Ullrich (Coweta) – 4-06

t6. Karleigh Zoeller (Bartlesville) – 4-04

t6. Erin Littlechief (Tahlequah) – 4-04

Long jump

1. Amaya Christian (Union) – 16 feet, 9.5 inches

2. Elliott Kulkin (Jenks) – 16-01

t3. Esther Udoumoh (Union) – 15-11

t3. Addison Richards (Bixby) – 15-11

5. Alexandra Kemp (Union) – 15-03

6. Alea Wright (Bixby) – 15-01

Pole Vault

1. Elliott Kulkin (Jenks) – 10 feet, 7 inches**

2. Shelby West (Broken Arrow) – 9-0

3. Makena Labarr (Owasso) – 8-06

4. Eden Patton (Broken Arrow) – 8-0

5. Paris Goodwin (Owasso) – 7-06

Shotput

1. Taylor Jones (Broken Arrow) – 38 feet, 9 inches

2. Grace Flowers (Union) – 38-2.25

3. Taylor Watson (Broken Arrow) – 32-09

4. Brooke Estes (Jenks) – 32-08.5

5. Sydney McSlarrow (Coweta) – 32-04.75

6. Nakia Smith (Bartlesville) – 31-06.75

Discus

1. Grace Flowers (Union) – 126 feet, 1 inch

2. Brooke Estes (Jenks) – 115-04

3. Madeline Layland (Union) – 111-09

4. Nikki Elliott (Coweta) – 104-04

5. Taylor Jones (Broken Arrow) – 99-07

6. Sami Polk (Bartlesville) – 96-05

** - new meet record

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