Members of the Henryetta girls track team pose for a group photo at the Enid indoor meet Saturday. Photo courtesy of Angel Wallace.
Henryetta's girls high school track team outscored 16 other teams to capture first place at the Enid indoor track meet Saturday.
Daisy VanMeter took first place in the 800 meter and 1600 meter runs with times of 2:32 and 5:51 respectively. HHS senior Jessica Fairres was the second place finisher in the 800 meter run coming in seven seconds behind VanMeter. In that same event, Caprice Graham placed 11th. Henryetta's May Powders placed fourth in the 1600 meter finals with a time of 6:42.
In the preliminaries, Henryetta had five runners in the top 20 for the girls 55 meter dash. Madeline Gouge qualified with an 8:14 time while Caprice Graham finished in 13th spot, Kacy Thompson in 14th, Zoe Benton, 16 and Brianna Counts, 19th.
Gouge placed fifth in the finals for that event.
The girls 400 meter finals wound up with HHS freshman Kamarie Wallace in fifth, Holly Stuart, ninth, and Patience Whitlock placing 16th.
In the 55 meter hurdles, HHS senior Mykaela Wallace finished third in both the prelims and the finals. Her teammate, Shelby Bullard just missed out on the qualifying round placing ninth with a time of 11.82.
Bullard was fourth in the girls long jump with a finals jump of 12 feet, 9.5 inches. Right behind her was Mykaela wallace with a 12-8 inch jump.
The sister act of Montgomery and Skyla Notley were second and third in the girls shot put. Montgomery had a 34-1 inch throw and Skyla heaved the shot 29-4.5 inches.
Brittany Elam was a foot out of first place in the girls polevault. She posted a heighth of seven feet, six inches for her third place win.
In relays, the lady Knights were third in the 4x320 meter and second in the 4x800 meter.