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OSSAA Oklahoma State Championships

2A-3A at Gordon Copper Vo Tech, Shawnee OK - Saturday, Oct. 24, 2009

4A-5A-6A at Mitch Park, Edmond OK - Saturday, Oct. 31, 2009
Results - Boys Results - Girls Results
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Race Distance: Boys 5K, Girls 2M

Broken Arrow boys, Edmond North girls claim 6A titles
Victor Others 16:08.80, Jacquelynn Skocik 11:49.11 fastest of day

2nd weekend Team Champs | 1st Weekend (2A, 3A)
  • Class 6A - Broken Arrow boys 86 over Edmond North 112; Edmond North girls 56 over Westmoore 77
  • Class 5A - Guthrie boys 43 over Deer Creek 58; Collinsville girls 55 over Bishop McGuinness 66
  • Class 4A - Santa Fe South boys 51 over Metro Christian 56; Madill girls 65 over Metro Christian 106
Class 6A Highlights
  • Ponca City's Victor Others recorded the day's fastest boys time with his 16:09.80 victory over Westmoore's Toby Bothwell (16:13.22).  Broken Arrow took the team battle over Edmond North, 86-112.
  • Jenks senior Jacquelynn Skocik pulled what may have been the surprise of the day, not only topping defending champ and teammate Paige Barnes (3rd 12:03.30) and runner-up Taylor Painter (Westmoore, 11:54.96), but running the fastest time across all classifications with her 11:49.11 victory.
  • Edmond North girls, runners-up in 2008, scored the team trophy by placing five scorers in the top 20 for a 56-point tally, well clear of defending champ Westmoore's 77.
Class 5A Highlights
  • At the front end of the boys race, Deer Creek and Guthrie waged a see-saw battle which played out in the team score as well.  Deer Creek's Taler Buck took the individual win in 16:33.92, with teammate Aaron White 3rd at 16:50.58.  Guthrie's pair, Jason (16:46.44) and Jared Ogan (16:51.27) was 2nd and 4th, enough to start the margin on their 43-58 winning effort over Deer Creek.
  • Tahlequah's Jessica Hembree was the only 5A girl to slip under 12 minutes, with her 11:58.95 comfortably ahead of Coweta's Christi Dougherty, 2nd in 12:10.75.
  • Third placer Jenny Dyer started the scoring for girls team champ Collinsville, 55-66 winners over defending champ Bishop McGuinness
Class 4A Highlights
  • The boys of Santa Fe South were 4A runners-up in 2008, but they climbed atop the podium this year with a pack effort that saw 6 runners in the top 20 without anyone inside the top 7.  Their 51 points was enough to hold off second place Metro Christian Academy's 56 point tally.  Blackwell's Martin Calderon was individual titlist with a 16:30.75 clocking.
  • Piedmont's Jori Davis ran the second fastest time of the day with an 11:52.12 effort to win the girls individual title.  Madill, second in 2008, moved up a slot to take team laurels with 65 points over Metro Christian Academy's 106.

1st weekend - Plainview girls, Cale Eidson (boys 2A) extend domination

Team Champs:
  • Class 3A - Jones boys 77 over Sequoyah Tahlequah 122; Plainview girls 33 over Marlow 97
  • Class 2A - Oklahoma Bible Academy boys 44 over Hooker 55; Watonga girls 61 over Boise City 71
Oklahoma Bible Academy wins 4th 2A title in 5 years!

Photo submitted by Marc Koehn
Class 3A Highlights
  • Plainview girls won their 9th title in 11 years, and 4th in a row, again by a decisive margin.  They score 33 to Marlow's 97, scoring 5 in the top 11 with a spread of 40 seconds
  • Jones boys, which were a distant 5th last year, came on this year for their first-ever state title, scoring 77 to runner-up Sequoyah Tahlequah's 122.
  • Beggs' frosh Regan Ward has the performance of the day, running a winning 12:05.98 for 2M, seven seconds ahead of Stroud's defending state champ Danae McGee
  • Riverside's Lucien Carriveau takes his 2nd consecutive title witha 16:31.17, 14 seconds ahead of Plainview's Andrew Leahey.
Class 2A Highlights
  • Oklahoma Bible Academy boys repeat last year's feat of a close win over Hooker, this time beating their foes by 11 after a 12-point margin last year.  It's their 4th title in 5 years.  They score 1-3 with runner-up Shaun Koehn and 5th-place Sam Cannon
  • Calera's Cale Eidson gets his third straight title, running 16:14.54 to win by 12 seconds with the best time of the day
  • The Watonga girls step up from 2nd place last year to win in 2009 with 61 points, 10 up on Boise CityCoriann Hoar, moving up from 2nd last year, leads the way with a winning time of 12:26.89, 16+ seconds ahead of Haworth's Hunter Bray.  Hoar's win, plus Morgan Sawyer's 5th, builds most of the winning margin

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