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OSSAA Oklahoma State Championships

2A-3A at Gordon Copper Vo Tech, Shawnee OK - Saturday, Oct. 25, 2008

4A-5A-6A at Mitch Park, Edmond OK - Saturday, Nov. 1, 2008

From OHSTrack.com - Boys Results - Girls Results
Race Distance: Boys 5K, Girls 2M

It's Tulsa Union boys, Westmoore girls for 1st "6A" titles
Day's best times to Steven Baker, Jori Davis

2nd weekend Team Champs:
  • Class 6A - Tulsa Union boys 81 over Moore 99; Westmoore girls 52 over Edmond North 60
  • Class 5A - Bishop Kelley boys 65 over Tahlequah 103; Bishop McGuinness girls 61 over Coweta 84
  • Class 4A - Madill boys 45 over Santa Fe South 60; Seminole girls 60 over Madill 80
Class 6A Highlights
  • Jenks freshman Paige Barnes (11:49) wins a close girls battle with Westmoore's Katelin Cherry (11:51) and Edmond North's Ashley Webb (11:53).  Cherry was also runner-up last year and the top returnee.
  • Girls team battle goes to Westmoore, with 52, over Edmond North (60) and Jenks (77).  The winners gain the biggest margin with their 3-4-5.  They were 2nd last year in 5A to Edmond North and last won in 1996.
  • Tulsa Union gets a 1-2 from defending champ Steven Baker (16:10) and Taylor Monagan (16:12), with Toby Bothwell 3rd in 16:17.  Baker's time is the best of the day.
  • Defending champ Tulsa Union builds a big margin through four runners and hangs on to score 81 and top Moore (99).
Class 5A Highlights
  • Bishop Kelley's Andrea Lewis, last year's 4A champ, runs 11:37 to win the girls title by seven seconds over Bri Guthrie of Bishop McGuinness.
  • Bishop McGuinness is the deepest girls squad and builds their margin to 23 at the end, scoring 61 to Coweta's 84.  Bishop McGuinness had won four straight titles in 4A and now have 19 in 22 years overall.
  • Deer Creek Edmond's Dakota Buck, last year's 4A runner-up, runs 16:35 to top Tahlequah's Ethan Ward for boys title by five seconds.
  • Bishop Kelley boys use a tight 28-second spread to easily win with 65 points, ahead of Tahlequah's 103. They last won (4A) in 2005.
Class 4A Highlights
  • Piedmont's Jori Davis runs the fastest girls time of the day, 11:23, to beat Madill's Kelsey Moore by 24 seconds.  Davis was 9th last year in 3A, 39 seconds behind Kadie Peoples, who was 7th this year.  Moore was 12th in 3A last year.
  • The Seminole girls are solid up front (3-5) and with a very good 3-4-5 to score 60 and win by 20 points over Madill's 80.  Seminole was a distant 2nd to Madill last year.  Madill had won 3 in a row.
  • Santa Fe South's Ramirro Becerra runs 16:29 to move up from 12th in 3A last year and win by 13 seconds over Sallisaw's Cody Johnson.
  • The Madill boys pull away with their last two runners to score 45 and win by 15 over Santa Fe South.  They also won the last two 3A titles.

1st weekend: Plainview girls dominate 3A again

Team Champs:
  • Class 3A - Metro Christian boys 53 over Riverside 74; Plainview girls 25 over Hennessey 116
  • Class 2A - Oklahoma Bible Academy boys 54 over Hooker 66; Thomas girls 46 over Watonga 68
Class 3A Highlights
  • Plainview puts all seven of its girls in the top 10 (:12 spread for 1-5) to completely dominate with 25 points, beating Hennessey by 81.  The school has won 8 titles in 10 years.
  • Stroud's Danae McGee zips to an 11:58 2M, winning by 19 seconds over Sequoyah Tahlequah's Ashley Ross.
  • Metro Christian boys pack five runners between 5th and 15th (:34 spread) to win with 54 points.  Riverside, which started with a 1-3-6 finish, takes 2nd with 74, while Plainview is 3rd with 85.
  • Riverside's Lucien Carriveau runs 16:25 to top Kellyville's Austin Christian by 19 seconds.
Class 2A Highlights
  • Oklahoma Bible Academy boys edge Hooker at each spot to score 54 and beat their rivals by 12.  Walters is 3rd with 81.
  • Calera's Cale Eidson records the best time of the first weekend of state competition with a 16:16, winning by more than 25 seconds.
  • The Thomas girls take 5-7-8-9 and claim the team crown with 46 points, 22 ahead of Watonga.
  • Carnegie's Angela Bigbow dominates with a 12:11 for 2M, defeating Watonga's Coriann Hoar by 18 seconds.

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