The Duncan Lady Demons finished 11th with 24 points in Class 5A Saturday at the Oklahoma Track Championships at Tulsa East Central High School. The Demons finished in a tie for 16th with 10 points.

“We had a good meet,” coach Dale Harris said. “That is about as good as we’ve done up there in a few years. Two of our three relays got medals and all three got into the finals.”

The Lady Demons’ 400 relay team of Kinzie Kennedy, Keyorie Mayfield, Tekeisha Lewis and Ayrisha Coit was fifth in a time of 50.47.

Madeline Murrell placed second in the 300 hurdles in 46.89. Murrell placed eighth in the 100 hurdles with a time of 18.83 after falling.

“Madeline fell, and she still had three races to go,” Harris said. “She came back and did well in the 800 relay, and finished second in the 300 hurdles, as well as leading off the 1600 run.”

Murrell, Lewis, Mayfield and Coit finished sixth in the 800 relay in a clip of 1:47.62. In the 1600 relay, Murrell, Mayfield, DaVee Croy and Tierney Rue came in seventh with a time of 4:12.43.

Haley Norton, Michelle Fuller, Jessica McCall and O’Kelley finished 13th in the 3200 relay (11:04.94).

Lewis was 10th in the preliminaries of the 100 dash in 13.14, and Coit was 15th in the 200 preliminaries in a time of 29.05.

Molly O’Kelley was 12th in the 800 run in a time of 2:35.81, and Fuller placed 16th in the 3200 run with a time of 15:11.63.

Rachel Wible placed seventh in the high jump with a height of 4-10, while Lewis was tied for 11th at 4-08 Friday.

Also on Friday, Amanda Malone and Meredith Branch tied for ninth in the pole vault with a height of 8-0.

Sara Kaspereit was fifth in the shot put with a throw of 34-08.75.

In the discus, Morgan was third with 122-9, Kaspereit was fifth at 114-7 and Buben was ninth at 107-0, which was personal best for all three throwers.

Steve Lemons was fifth in the 1600 run Saturday in 4:36.36, after a fourth-place finish in the 3200 Friday. Dustin Mettler finished eighth in both races. Mettler’s time in the 1600 was 4:43.87, and 10:52.60 in the 3200.

“Steven finished his career well,” Harris said. “He set PRs (personal records) in both the 1600 and 3200 runs.

“Dustin wasn’t real pleased with his time in the 2-mile (3200), but he found out he can run the mile (1600) as well as the 2-mile. His time in the mile was a PR, and he is just a sophomore.”

Calvin Castenada placed fifth in the 300 hurdles in a clip of 41.49.

Kyle Lee tied for seventh in the high jump with a height of 6-0. Caleb Shorter was 11th at 5-10.

Geoffrey Tabor of Ardmore broke former DHS standout Adam Dorin’s state record of 184-5 in the discus with a throw of 200-05. Duncan’s Curtis Mulkey was seventh in the event with a throw of 142-02.

Mulkey was 14th in the shot put with a throw of 45-05.

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