It has almost become old hat for Connor Roddy. Showing up to the state track and field championships and bringing home the gold. It's a process the Duncan junior had done twice before.
Back in the day, the Oklahoma State Track and Field Championships used to be called Star Track. While it wasn't original, it certainly fit the atmosphere.
Wyatt Duvall was in a hurry. The sprinter from Westmoore High had an important date to get to Saturday night. His prom.
Garrett Ools had one last chance. The Ringwood High pole vaulter will be graduating in a few weeks and knew he had one final opportunity to accomplish his goal of winning a state title.
After a couple of weeks of unpredictable weather, the Oklahoma state track and field meets finally kick into gear this weekend. Class 1A-2A are up first as they take to the track Friday and Saturday at Western Heights High School in Oklahoma City.
Patrick Larrison wants to peak at the right time. The Moore High thrower has had his moments at some of the biggest meets of the season, but as the postseason arrives, he wants to be at his best.
Vernon Turner had planned on having an easy day. The Yukon High senior had been mostly knew the competition at Friday's Yukon Classic would be solid, but nothing to fear for the nation's top high jumper.
Meet recap by Michael Kinney from the Owasso Ram Relays.