Janari Glover, Millwood
Event: 100 meters
The story: One of the few small-school sprinters to break the 11-second mark in the 100 meters, Glover won 3A state at 10.87.
Stephan Davis, Blanchard
Event: 200 meters
The story: Last fall, he helped Blanchard to a state football title at running back, and he went out with gold at the state track meet, winning the 200 in 22.74.
Domonique James, Heritage Hall
The story: James sprinted his way to a silver medal at the Class 4A state meet in a time of 51.28.
Anthonio Humphrey, Douglass
The story: Won 4A state at 1:56.35, then posted the state's best 800 time, regardless of class (1:53.64) at the Meet of Champions, just two seconds off the state record.
Athlete of the Year
Chris Lowery, Chandler
Events: 1,600 and 3,200
The story: Lowery closed his impressive career as a distance runner with two cross country state championships and eight gold medals in track.
Anthony Williams, Douglass
Event: 110 hurdles
The story: Williams blazed to the gold medal at the Class 4A state meet in a time of 15.15 seconds.
Dionta Rushing, Star Spencer
Event: 300 hurdles
The story: Rushing posted top-four finishes in both the 110 and 300 hurdles at the 4A state meet.
Tyler McGinnis, Heritage Hall
Event: High jump
The story: McGinnis won the 4A title by more than four inches over his closest opponent, clearing 6-6 1/2 at state.
Kyaree Clinton, Northeast
Event: Long jump
The story: Clinton's jump of 21-4 1/4 was good for a silver medal at 2A state.
Clay Moery, Hennessey
Event: Pole vault
The story: Hennessey continues to sport one of the top small-school vaulting programs, with Moery's vault of 13-6 taking silver at 2A state.
Kaden Jackson, Kingfisher
Event: Shot put
The story: After winning state as a freshman, Jackson added four feet to his winning throw as a sophomore at 54-0.
Samuel Driskill, Hennessey
The story: The young thrower's toss of 153-2 took silver at 2A state.
Coach of the Year
Mark Cox, Hennessey
The story: With a good mix of points from running and field events, Cox guided Hennessey to its first OSSAA state championship in boys track. The Eagles scored 89 points, 23 ahead of second place.