Claremore Daily Progress

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May 6, 2014

Jackson leads Zebras to Metro Lakes track title

TAHLEQUAH — Claremore senior sprinter Tyler Jackson played a key role in helping the Zebras earn the Metro Lakes Conference track championship last Thursday in Tahlequah.

Jackson picked up two first-place individual medals in the 100-meters and the 400-meters and then ran the anchor leg on the first-place 1,600-meter relay as Claremore tallied 130 points for the conference title.

Jackson got the ball rolling for the Zebras with a dominating finish in the 100-meter dash, placing first with a time of 10.79 seconds.

Then, in the 400-meter dash, Jackson clocked a 49.54 to win first-place.

Claremore’s Rande Williams placed third in the 800-meter run with a 2:05.44 and Cade Edwards was fifth with a 2:07.49.

Claremore senior Ryan Alexander, who is headed to Rogers State University, placed fifth in the 3,200-meter run with a 10:41.64.

Claremore’s Nathan Hammack placed second in the 110-meter hurdles with a 15.72; and second in the 300-meter hurdles with a 42.47. Reid Joyner also was third in the 300-meter hurdles with a 43.96.

Claremore’s 1,600-meter relay placed first with a time of 3:30.10; while the 400-meter relay was fifth with a 45.69 and the 800-meter relay was seventh wit a 1:37.92.

Claremore’s 3,200-meter relay picked up first place with a 8:23.12.

In the high jump, Reid Joyner was first at 6-02; followed by Hutch Helbig in second at 6-02 and Hunter Garroutte in third at 6-0.

Garroutte also placed third in the long jump at 19-05.50, while Robin Walker was fourth at 18-10.50.

Claremore’s Matt Outlaw was seventh in the pole vault at 12-0, while Derek Brasel was eighth at 11-06.

 

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