Edmond: Wolves, Bulldogs impressive on the track...
By Robert Przybylo
There were a lot more track and field teams competing in the Edmond Memorial Invitational on Friday than just Edmond Santa Fe and Memorial, but the standings won’t exactly reflect that.
Santa Fe won the girls title while Memorial came in second. The teams switched spots in the boys as the Bulldogs came out on top with the Wolves the runners-up.
Chase Sammons and Bryce Burget led the way for the Memorial boys as they placed first and second in both the shot put and the discus throw. Sophomore Isaiah Duke also won the 400-meter dash.
Santa Fe star Gunnar Nixon had another solid meet, earning three individual titles while senior Matt Leavell earned the pole vault championship.
On the girls side, Santa Fe received titles from Arial Ruffin in the 400, Courtney Walker in the high jump and Haley McDaniel in the pole vault. Memorial’s Gloria Mosely won the discus throw while Tara Lewis placed first in the 3,200 run.
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