But Wisby’s decision to not run kept her from, more than likely, getting throttled again by Woodard, who claimed her first 200 meter state championship with a time of 24.21.
While Woodard came into the meet with high expectations, Westmoore’s relay teams didn’t know what to expect. Despite that, they ended the day with top five finishes in both the 4x1 and the 4x2 relays.
The Jaguars posted a time of 1:29.93 to take fifth in the 4X2. They were a second behind Jenks, which won the event. Westmoore was even more impressive in the 4x1 as they took fourth with a time of 43.20.
Westmoore’s Jaycee Martinez nabbed fourth in the pole vault at 14-06. Norman’s Colin Pasque won the event at 15-06.
The Jaguars Austin Stone placed sixth in the shot put with a toss of 52-07. He was just fifth place.
Southmoore’s Jamia Shepard also took sixth in the girls shot put. Her toss of 37-11 was less than an inch behind fourth place Alaina Cooper. However, Shepard was the only freshman in the top sixth she won the team their only point at the meet.
Karltrell Henderson also placed for the SaberCats in the long jump. He nabbed sixth with a leap of 21-07. Westmoore’s Cassius Hill also hit the same mark, but he took seventh.
Southmoore’s Aaron Holder took fifth in the high jump and William Gilbert Harmon claimed fifth in the 300-meter hurdles.
Edmond Memorial claimed the girls team title with 134 points. Santa Fe was a distant second with 74.
On the boys side, Broken Arrow won the team title with 125 points over Edmond Memorial (110). Jenks (74), Union (56), Yukon (43), Norman (43), North (42) battled for runner-up. The Jags (27) were 12th and the SaberCats (4.5) finished in 15th.
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