Ell City City, Tecumseh have strong days at Bethany Invite
One of the state's top sprinters has to get by his own teammate before anyone else
High winds and wildfires became a factor in the outcome of the Classic
The Altus Bulldogs swept the boys and girls team championships
Deer Creek distance runner wants to make her senior year a special one
Carl Albert, Moore snatch team titles with impressive showings at the Carl Albert Invitational
Patriot's sprinter looking to own state record in the 100-meters by the time his career ends
Almost 20 teams converged in Choctaw for the Yellowjacket Invite.
Deep roster propels Deer Creek at Putnam City Invitational
Moore High senior looking to bounce back from what he considers a subpar junior season
Area teams get in one last track meet before heading off for spring break.
In his first meet of the season, Chris Banks won the high jump at the Edmond Santa Fe Wolves Invitational with a personal best 6-foot-10 jump. Can he be the last high jumper standing at the end of the season?
The girls high jump turned out to be a tight competition between three competitors. Del City’s Sidney Sapp held off Westmoore’s Tristen Robb and Duncan’s Savannah Reynolds to win the title.
The Patriots Jess Porter, who won the 100-meter dash state title last year, has shown no signs of slowing down. He ran a 10.91 to win the 100 and a 22.27 to post the top time in the 200-meter dash.
One of the first cross country meets of the season just happened to take place at Piedmont in the second week of August. Under the hot summer sun, Jadon Barker made his first varsity start for the Pioneers and it didn't go particularly well.
A freshman from Guymon (Oklahoma) High ran a 16:13 over the 5K course to win the Cowboy Jamboree
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.