The Pryor Times


May 5, 2014

Adair girls relay success into state bids

TULSA, OK — Three Adair girls relay teams are headed to the Class 3A state track meet after a blazing performance at a regional meet Saturday at Metro Christian High School.

Freshman Keni Lippe qualified for four events at state, while fellow freshmen Calley Stephens and Chloe Maritz each earned three bids for the Lady Warriors, who finished fourth at the regional as a team.

The girls 4x800 relay team of Kylie Looney, Lippe, Maritz and Abbey Stephens finished first with a 10:15 clock.

The 4x200 relay team (Maddy Cherry, Calley Stephens, Maritz and Lippe) and the 4x400 relay team (Calley Stephens, Looney, Maritz and Lippe) each finished second at the regional meet.

Lippe and Calley Stephens took second and third, respectively, in the 400 meters as well, while Cherry's 29.31 clock was good for fifth in the 200-meter race.

On the boys side, Ty Cannady blazed to second place in the 200 meters with a 23.57 dash.

The 3A state meet will be May 9-10 at Moore High School.

State qualifier Rowland wins high jump

OOLOGAH — Locust Grove high jumper Tyler Rowland won the high jump at a Class 4A regional track and field meet at Oologah Saturday.

Rowland cleared the bar at 6 feet and advanced to the Class 4A state meet May 9-10 at Moore High School.

Trey Loveall placed fifth in the shot put with a 42-foot, 7.5-inch throw and fifth in the discus with a 124-foot, 5-inch distance.

Mason Fine's 53.47 clock in the 400 meters was good for fifth place.

In the girls' competition, Kaelyn Keener took fifth for the Lady Pirates in the discus with a 93-foot, 5-inch throw.

In the Class 2A meet, also at Oologah, Chouteau's Arlis Alsip finished second in the boys 300 hurdles with a 46.16 clock.

Teammate Isaac Carter's 5-foot, 8-inch high jump was good for fourth place and a bid at the Class 2A state meet May 9-10 at Carl Albert High School.

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