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Day Two of 6A, 5A State Track Championships

LAWTON, Okla (KSWO) - It was a cold and windy day two in Moore for the Class 6A and 5A State Track Championships. However, it turned out to be a great day for Southwest Oklahoma.

In the field events, Duncan's Connor Roddy won a second straight state championship with a throw of 181 feet 4 inches. Eisenhower's Dante Thorne finished second behind Roddy with a distance of 155 feet 11 inches. On the girls side, Maddi Csazar of Elgin earned her second silver medal of the meet.

In the long jump, Skylar Standokes of Duncan entered as one of the favorites. She earned a second place finish with a leap of 17 feet 6 inches.

On the track and the 100 meter dash, Eisenhower's Rico Bussey edges out Kolby Mendenhall of Bishop McGuinness in a time of 10.79 seconds to take the state title. Bussey would finish third in the 200. He was also part of a 4x100 meter relay team that was among the favorites. Eisenhower comes away with the silver. Altus would earn a 6th place medal. Del city took the gold.

In the girls 4x100, the Eisenhower and Duncan girls both medaled. Ike winds up third with Duncan fifth.

In the 100 hurdles, Duncan's Savannah Reynolds takes home the silver, while Altus' Jimmie Dollins would get the bronze. Dollins would battle another lady demon in the 300 hurdles. This time it's Makayla Gibson who claims third place. Dollins would finish 4th.

The Duncan girls would finish seventh as a team, Eisenhower eighth and Elgin tenth. The Ike boys finished in the top ten as well. They ended up third.

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