Little All-City girls track first team

Take a closer look at the athletes who made The Oklahoman's 2012 Little All-City girls track first team.
by Scott Wright Published: June 8, 2012
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Audrianna Morgan, Centennial

Class: Sophomore; Event: 100 meters

The story: Yet another standout year from the young sprinter, who was unbeaten in the 100 meters and lost just twice in the 200, both to Douglass' Madison Reynolds. Morgan won 3A state in the 100 in 12.09 seconds and the 200 in 25.89.

Athlete of the Year

Madison Reynolds, Douglass

Class: Senior; Event: 200 and 400 meters

The story: Reynolds won her third 400-meter title (55.05) in 4A and picked up gold in the 200 (25.72) for the second straight year to close an impressive career before heading to Oral Roberts to sprint.

Morgan Billingsley, Northeast

Class: Junior; Event: 800 meters

The story: Took third against a strong group of runners at 2A state, finishing in a time of 2:25.12.

Cheyenne Choate, Hennessey

Class: Junior; Event: 1,600 meters

The story: A standout since bursting onto the scene in her freshman cross country season, Choate took the silver medal in the 2A 1,600 with a time of 5:35.99.

Danae McGee, Davenport

Class: Senior; Event: 3,200 meters

The story: McGee finished her career strong at the Class A state meet, winning gold in the 1,600 (5:40.14) and 3,200 (12:18.47), along with bronze in the 800 (2:29.53).


by Scott Wright
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A lifelong resident of the Oklahoma City metro area, Scott Wright has been on The Oklahoman staff since 2005, covering a little bit of everything on the state's sports scene. He has been a beat writer for football and basketball at Oklahoma and...
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