Just three days after winning the Class 6A team championship, the Edmond Memorial boys showed the rest of the state how they did it at the Oklahoma Track Meet of Champions Tuesday night at Moore.
The Bulldogs were strong again in the sprints and intermediate distances, led by Tulsa signee Bryce Robinson.
He repeated his feat from the state meet, winning the open 100 (10.41) and 200 meters (21.08), and anchoring the 400 relay (41.52).
Isaiah Duke won the 400 in 47.65 and Simon Greiner won the 1,600 in 4:23.05. Edmond Memorial also won the 1,600 relay in 3:21.35.
LATE CHARGE LIFTS NELSON
With 100 meters and three hurdles left to go, Putnam City North's Courtney Nelson was well behind the leader in the 300-meter hurdles.
But Nelson turned it on, ultimately running away with the gold with a time of 44.90, winning by more than one second.
GARCIA FINISHES UNBEATEN
Mustang's Mariah Garcia became a state champion in the discus without losing a meet, and she extended her streak with a victory Tuesday.
With a throw of 144 feet, 4 inches, Garcia defeated Holland Hall's Jenny Carmichael by more than six feet.
SOPHOMORES STAND OUT
Centennial's Audrianna Morgan just keeps winning.
The two-time Class 3A state champ in the 100 and 200 added a Meet of Champions gold with a win in the 100 at 12.20 to conclude her sophomore season.
And another impressive sophomore season culminated with a gold medal.