The Shawnee High School track teams lapped the field at the Suburban Conference Championships at Deer Creek on Friday. The Wolves captured their ninth conference title in a row with a score of 145 while the Lady Wolves had a 54-point margin of victory.
The Shawnee High School track teams lapped the field at the Suburban Conference track meet at Deer Creek on Friday. The Wolves captured their ninth conference title in a row with a score of 145 while the Lady Wolves had a 54-point margin of victory.
In the boys draw, the Wolves finished ahead of homestanding Deer Creek and Carl Albert. They captured first place in six events, including three by sprinter and hurdler Brett Davis.
Davis crossed the tape in the 100-meter dash with a time of 11.18. He also grabbed first in the 110- and 300-meter hurdles. His 110 time was 15.44 while his 300 time was a blazing 40.28. Dustin Russell finished second in the 300 hurdles with a time of 41.95 and Jordan Robbins completed the SHS tri-fecta with a third place time of 42.91.
Trevor Mastin captured first place in the high jump with a leap of 5-8. Mastin also grabbed third place in the 110 hurdles with a time of 15.69.
Cameron Kessler took the pole vault crown with a jump of 12 feet. The other Shawnee first came in the 1,600-meter relay. The team of Russel Saunders, Dustin Russell, Robbins and Davis ran the event in 3:33.
Saunders, in the 800 meters, grabbed second place with a time of 2:06. The 3,200 relay team of Robbins, Scott Woods, Chaz Partin and Andrew Brown also captured second. John Carter was runner-up in the discus with a throw of 140-11.
The Lady Wolves were equally impressive at the conference meet, scoring 187 points. Western Heights, the nearest competitor, had 113 points. Deer Creek finished third with 68. The Lady Wolves captured first place in eight different events.
SHS dominated the relays taking first in the 400, 1600 and 3200 distances and second in the 800. The team of Chrissy Chavez, Isabel Sanders, Nicole Lane and Shanekwa Roth won the 400 with a time of 50.12.
In the 1600 relay, Stephanie Enoch, Erin Shaughnessy, Allison Burger and Alexis Taylor completed the race in 4.16.44. The combination of Mary Tiger, Shaughnessy, Burger and Taylor grabbed the 3200 relay with a time of 10:47.15. The Lady Wolves finished second in the 800 relay with a time of 1:48.01. That team consisted of Lane, Sanders, Enoch and Roth.
Enoch grabbed an individual crown in the 400-meter dash with a time of 60.66. Taylor won the 800 run with time of 2:24.56 and Burger grabbed third with a mark of 2:32.56.
Shawnee also dominated the field events. Shakira Hobbs won the high jump at 4’6” and Sanders grabbed the long jump crown, sailing 16’1”. The Lady Wolves finshed one, two, three in the pole vault. Lane led the charge with a 10-foot effort while Chavez hit the 9’6” mark and Alina Carter cleared nine feet.
Success was also found in sprints and hurdles. Hobbs finished second in both the 100- and 300-meter hurdles. Roth crossed the line second in the 200 dash with a time of 25.29 and third in the 100 (12.32).
Tiger had a third place in the 1600 run with a time of 5:45.02. Carissa Curtis also snagged a third place finish in the 3200 with a mark of 12:54.68.
The Wolfpack squads will now set their sights on the regional track meet which will be held next Saturday.
Note: Report compiled by Keven Scrutchins.