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As part of one of the largest fields the Red River Track Meet had seen in years, five area teams competed at the 103rd installment of the event Saturday morning in Waurika.
The tournament host Eagles led the way by placing fourth overall in the high school girls division, while the Bray-Doyle, Central, Comanche and Velma-Alma track teams also took part.
Hobart took first overall in the boys and girls divisions, with Lindsay and the Oklahoma Christian Academy rounding out the top three in boys and Fox and Healdton taking second and third place in girls.
The shot put belonged to the Eagles as well, as Reyna Swift claimed first place with a distance of 33 feet, 7 inches.
Swift continued to thrive in the discus, taking home her second title after reaching a distance of 99ft, 5inches.
Waurika’s Mason Boyd dominated in the long distance, placing second in the 1600 meter run and 3200 meter run and fifth in the 800 meter run.
Tatum Mora of Waurika found success in numerous events, taking third place in the high jump, fourth in the 800 meter run and fifth place in the 400 meter dash.
For full junior high results at the Red River Invitational, turn to page 7A.