Christian Patterson set a new school record and the Shawnee boys took first place at the Enid indoor track meet Saturday. The Lady Wolves finished third with 77 points, behind Duncan and Plainview.

ENID — Christian Patterson set a new school record and the Shawnee boys took first place at the Enid indoor track meet Saturday. The Lady Wolves finished third with 77 points, behind Duncan and Plainview.

Patterson, an Oral Roberts commit and the No. 10 pole vaulter in the nation, put up a career-high mark of 16-foot, one inch to win the boys’ pole vault competition and set a new school record - beating his previous best of 16-0. He was trailed by Stephen Bilsbury of Plainview, who finished second with a mark of 1306.

The Shawnee senior also took second in the long jump with a mark of 19-02 followed by Darius Blackshire who recorded an 18-009 for third.

Kylan Hernandez turned in a top time for the Wolves boys with a 55.04 finish in the 400-meter dash as Braden Barlean (56.91) and Seth Hayes (59.17) finished third and fifth in the race. Hernandez finished second in the 55-meter hurdles with a time of 8.39 behind teammate Parker Jones with an 8.11.

Brice Koons finished fourth out of a pack of 22 in the 1600-meter race with a time of 5:05.72, just behind Plainview’s Benjamin Hicks at 5:05.42 and Colby Chamblin took second in the 800 with a 2:07.93.

The boys’ A relay team of Patterson, Hernandez, Chamblin and Jones took first in the 4x320-meter relay with a time of 2:46.50. The 4x800 team consisting of Hernandez, Koons, Chamblin and Clifford Littleton (8:59.87) and 4x160 team of Jones, Blackshire, Patterson and Josh Wilder (1:17.28) both took second.

Girls Shyra Crowley had the top finish for the Lady Wolves with a 15-09 first place mark in the long jump, trailed by Kaleigh Simmons with a 15-flat for second. Crowley finished fourth in the 55-meter hurdles (9.43) behind Madison Converse with a 9.33 for third.

Simmons took third in the 400-meter dash (1:06.76), and Haley Wood finished third in the pole vault with a 10-foot mark, trailed by Candida Lucero at 9-06.

The girls 4x320 relay team of Converse, Simmons, Crowley and Wood took third with a time of 3:24.56 and Raevan Jones took Wood’s spot in the 4x160, where the girls finished third with a time of 1:30.53.

The teams will return to Enid on February 11.