V-A’s Tyler Smith rounds the corner in the 200-meter race with Comanche’s Johnny Heath trailing.

The Stephens County Track Meet was very good to the Marlow Outlaws. Both the boys and girls brought home the championship from Tuesday’s meet.

Marlow scored 227 points on the girls’ side and 192 on the boys’ to sweep the meet. The Comanche girls were second with 142 points and Velma-Alma was third at 124. Central High and Bray-Doyle rounded out the team points.

Bray-Doyle was second in the boys’ events with 104 points. Comanche (100) finished two points ahead of Velma-Alma (98) and Central High came in fifth.

Morgan Hood of Central High won the girls’ 100-meter dash in a time of 0:13.73. Sanders and McNair finished second and third in the event for Marlow.

Marlow’s Smiley placed first in the boys’ 100-meter dash with a time of 0:11.42, edging out teammate Kody Harvey at 0:11.45. Bray-Doyle’s Jesse Barton was third at 0:11.64.

Velma-Alma notched a first-place finish when Hanna Witter won the 200-meter dash with a time of 0:29.00. Hood and McNair came in second and third. Tyler Smith won the boys’ event for V-A in 0:23.26 ahead of Comanche’s Kale Clinkenbeard and Johnny Heath.

In the girls’ 400-meter dash, Marlow’s Heather Smith finished first at 1:04.06 with Chelsea Couch of Comanche coming in second at 1:04.38. Crowe won the boys’ event for Marlow at 0:56.56. Kody Lyles of Bray-Doyle and Clint Phillips of Comanche placed second and third.

Comanche’s Jacobi Clark won the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 0:16.70. Katie Bryant finished second at 0:17.67 and Clark’s teammate Jackie Lopez was third. Avery Walker of Marlow won the 300-meter hurdles in 0:51.15. Ashley O’Dell was second at 0:53.09 and Comanche’s Mica Allen-Smith was third.

Checotah Lynn won the boys’ 110-meter high hurdles at 0:15.95. Smiley was second and Dillon Wilson was third. Smiley notched a win in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 0:44.87. Wilson came in second and Robert Suttles was third.

Couch picked up a win in the girls’ 800-meter run with a time of 2:43.50. Kelli Davis of Marlow was second and Chelsey Grundy was third. Davis won the 1600-meter run in 6:16.00. Jordan Keeler was second and Jayden Miller was third.

Robyn Sanner won the 3200-meter run in 14:06.00 ahead of teammate Harman Kayla. Iris Albulet was third.

Smith won the boys’ 800-meter run with a time of 2:11.52. Comanche’s Nathan McQuinn was second and Bray-Doyle’s Hayden Dickson was third. Dickson won the 1600-meter run ahead of McElroy and McQuinn.

Marlow took first in three out of the four girls’ relays. Comanche won the 400-meter relay in 0:53.34 with Marlow finishing second. The Lady Outlaws won the 800-meter, 1600-meter and 3200-meter relays. Comanche came in second in the 800 and 1600 relays with Velma-Alma finishing second in the 3200.

Marlow also took two of the three boys’ relays, winning the 1600-meter and 3200-meter events. The Outlaws finished ahead of Velma-Alma and Comanche in the 1600 and Bray-Doyle in the 3200.

Velma-Alma was first in the 400-meter relay with a time of 0:46.43, just ahead of Comanche at 0:46.48.

In the field events, Spann won the long jump with a jump of 15’7.5. Kaitlyn Fishgrab was second with a jump of 11’11.

Marlow swept the girls’ high jump with Walker in first with a jump of 4’8, Skyler Newberry at 4’6 and Ashley O’Dell at 4’4.

Courtney Peck won the pole vault at 10’0. McNair was second and Fishgrab was third. Samantha Manke won the shot put and discus events. Manke’s shot put throw went 32’8 and her discus throw went 126’8. Cheyenne Wright was second in the shot put and Micah Thompson was second in the discus.

Dillon Dennis won the boys’ long jump with a jump of 20’7.5. Corbin Byford was a close second at 20’5.5. Byford won the high jump at 6’1. Marlow’s Codey Leu and Kaleb King were second and third.

Dalton Wortham won the shot put and discus events with throws of 45’0 and 144’2, respectively. Halston Harris was second in the shot put and Jensen Clay finished second in the discus.

Joshua Butler of Bray-Doyle won the pole vault at 9’6. Cody Bray and McElroy tied for second and third at 9’0.

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