Harp finishes second at state, helps SHS to third-place finish

Sequoyah senior Kayla Harp finished as a state runner-up Saturday at the Class 3A OSSAA Cross Country State Championships in Shawnee.

Stephanie Hair | Daily Press

Kayla Harp helped Sequoyah to a third place at the Class 3A Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association Cross Country State Championship Saturday in Shawnee.

Harp, a senior, was second in the individual standings after running a time of 12:19.66. She finished behind Jones' Tabitha Fox, who closed with a 12:11.35.

As a team, the Lady Indians finished behind state champion Marietta and Plainview. Sequoyah's top five average was a 13:14.38.

Junior Asa Robbins joined Harp in the top 10 of the standings. Robbins had a time of 12:48.07 to put her eighth.

Sophomore Conlie Smith was 20th overall at 13:06.79, senior Breanna Sierra was 33rd with a 13:27.29, and Amber Carey, a sophomore, ran a 14:30.10 to finish 79th.

The Indians, led by senior Cody Jeanes, placed sixth in the team standings.

Jeanes ended with a time of 18:18.95 to finish 23rd in the individual standings. Senior Santos Sanchez was three spots behind Jeanes and ran a 18:24.43.

Morgan Ballew, a senior, was 38th for the Indians with a time of 18:44.51, senior Solomon Winn was 45th with a 19:01.51, and junior Cameron Cooper posted a time of 19:10.76 to finish 51st.

Kiefer captured the team championship, and the Indians finished behind fifth-place Regent Preparatory.

Little Axe's Agustin Lopez won the individual title with a 17:01.26.

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