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B2 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, April 8, 2010 Sports Easter meet The Stillwater Stars Level 4,5, and 6 competed in Oklahoma City at the Victory Easter Meet Saturday. On the front row, from left, are: Anna Hutson, third on beam; Nina Mastin, second on beam; Graysen Stanley, third on vault; Halley Kastl, second all around Level 4; and Paige Day, fifth all around. Back row: Madison Goodwin, fifth on bars; Abigail Floyd, third on bars; Meagan Malone, third on beam; Deja Jones, first all around Level 5; Mika Hickman, first all around Level 4; Zoie Perry, second all around Level 5; Alexxys Britton second all around Level 6; and Katey Cox, first all around Level 4. Their next meet is the state championships in Bartlesville May 14. Photo provided Boys' golfers 8th Seventh girls tracksters place at Cushing Brian Warwick, Still- water High's first-year head track coach, eagerly anticipated the start of this track season for a couple of reasons. First of all, it's his first as the head coach after several seasons as an assis- tant. Secondly, SHS's track teams have the opportunity to practice on the school's state-of-the-art track around the Pioneer Stadium football field. The much-needed new track facility is as good as advertised. "We have been practicing in the new stadium and there is no comparison to the old track at the high school," coach Warwick said. "This is a nationally certified track so we have the ability to host Cotton nabs 4th at Seminole ev in high jump CUSHING - The sev- Perkins-Tryon's boys' Tecumseh was fourth with a at Kingfisher enth grade Lady Demons golf team logged a top 10 363. Idabel JV rounded out track teams scored 30 finish in last Tuesday's tour- to the top five with a 371. KINGFISHER- Per- points in last Tuesday's nament at Seminole. Bryan Champion led kins-Tryon recorded one track meet at Cushing. P-T finished in eighth the Demons with a 90 on placing in a track meet at In individual accom- place in the 13-team field the !8-hole par 71 course, Kingfisher Saturday. plishments, Nikkie Show- with a score of 377. Idabel Travis Battles followed with Shannon Cotton placed maker led the way with won the team title with a a 95 while Corey Simma fourth in the high jump with a second place finish in 329. Second place went to and Hayden Wilson carded a leap of 4-8.5 to record P- the 400-meter run. Karly Seminole with a 358, Perry scores of 96. Tommy Casey T's only team points in the Winn logged fifth place was third with a 360 while fired a 104. finishes in the 800-meter and 1,600-rneter runs. Girls' linksters 20th Bailey Hall finished sixth in the 1,600-nleter run. The Lady Demons golf total of 118. Katie Decker The 3,200.-meter relay team finished in 20'h place in followed with a 125, Robyn team finished second. Team last Monday's tournament at Simma a 130, Brylia Lind members were Shoemaker, the Cushing Country Club. a 139, and Taylin McCoy Kayla Wilkinson, Winn, P-T shot a 512 as a team. a 142. and Hall. Rachel Dobbs led the way There were 26 teams individually with an 18-hole competing in the event: girls' division. On the boys' side, Cody Waite ran the 100-meter dash in time of 12.81 sec- onds. Blake Higgs recorded a time of 13.10 seconds. Neither qualified for the finals. In the 400-meter dash, Waite turned in a time of 1:02.~8. ", " :iK ~iii~i~ !~! ...... *::~::+ ~!:~!i::i, i~?:iii ii!!~ii ~: i! :i : any meet and any records set here would be official. There are some things we are still working on but hopefully we can start host- ing meets next season. "If you ever go out to the track during fourth period it looks like an ant hill. Boys' soccer is on one end, girls' soccer on the other with the track kids running round the field and you have the off-season (football) kids running in the bleachers," he said. "There is not one inch of the facility not being used by Stillwater kids. "The old track was used sparingly by track because of the condition of the track surface. It was worn down and caused most of the ath- letes to develop shin splints after running on it. Also, the old track surface was miss- ing surface in many spots as well as the runways for the jumping events." Warwick said the num- bers for the track teams have increased this season and he believes the new track facility has enticed more students to come out for track. Stillwater's track teams return to action today in the Skiatook Relays. The meet begins at 4 p.m. "We will be taking a full team to Skiatook," Warwick noted. "It's called "under the lights" because most of the meet is run after the sun has gone down. In addition they run several unique relays and run off the field events in a relay format, which means they add up the three best throws or jumps for a combined team score." Stillwater has had several impressive perfor- mances this season, led by junior Lady Pioneer thrower April Argo, who carries an undefeated record into today's meet at Skiatook. "April has done an amazing job this year," said coach Warwick. "She was the state runner-up last year in the shot as a sophomore. This year she has won every meet thus far. She also has the farthest throw in the state this year at 39-8." After today's meet, SHS's track teams will compete in the Ponca City meet on Tuesday, April 13. Citywide garage sale is this Saturday FRONTROW MOVIES 604 E. Hwy 33 Perkins, OK 405-547-1135 $1 OFF purchase-of previously viewed movies (No Limit) frontrowmovies.formovies.com I Hi ~ ll t~ lU, ,i, lll,, lU~ ~ lun o in., l Ii 'S NEW & USED TIRES BRAKES, TUNE-UPS, ETC. 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