YUKON, Okla. —
Enid claimed four gold medals at the Enduro Educational track meet Thursday.
Alex Lofton, 400, 50.7 seconds; the 800-meter relay team of Chris Daniels, Lofton, Raheem Mitchell and Marshawn Mills, 1:31.25 and Mills, long jump, 22 feet, 2 inches, all claimed firsts for the boys, who were fourth overall with 90 points.
Tyler Berge won the 3,200 meters for the girls, who were third overall with 85 points.
Berge was fifth in the 1,600 (6:19), and teamed with Andi Pierce, Irene DelaTorre and Kylynn Barton to finish second in the 3,200 relay (11:14) and with Misha Claytor, Anne-lise Schloss and Rachel Shewey to finish third in the 1,600 relay (4:28.4).
Shewey was third in both the 100 (18.13) and 300 hurdles (51.25) and was fifth in the high jump (4-8).
EHS got seconds from Macey Adams, high jump, 4-10 and Pierce, 1,600, 5:48. Claytor (1:04) and Schloss (1:05) were third and fourth in the 400 and teamed with Johnetta Washington and Keara Jenkins to finish sixth in both the 400 (54.55) and 800 (2:01) relays.
Jenkins was sixth in both the long jump, 15-3, a personal best and 200, 27.7.
Bryan Harger was second in the boys 200 (22.5) and fourth in the 100 (11.1)
Garrett Wallace was fourth in the 800 (2:16) and fifth in the 3,200 (11:48) and teamed with Aaron Beagle, Jake Taylor and Gavin Lack to finish third in the 3,200 relay (8:51).
Lack was fourth in the 3,200 (11:14). Henry Wooley (23.6) and Daniels (23.56) were fifth and sixth in the 200.
Gregory Moreland was fifth in the hurdles with a 17.57.
The meet was organized at the last minute. EHS originally was scheduled to compete at Edmond North, which drew more than 30 teams.
“I’m glad we did this,’’ said Enid assistant coach Ginny Shipley. “We would have been sitting around all day at Edmond. We had some good competition, and I think it was a good experience for us. I think it will help get in the right frame of mind for regionals.’’