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April 20, 2013

Chambers takes second in high jump at Chickasha meet

CHICKASHA — Erin Chambers was Chickasha's highest-placing competitor at the Chickasha Invitational track meet Tuesday, finishing second in the girls high jump.

Chambers jumped 4 feet 8 inches, placing two inches behind the winner, Brianna Underwood of Lawton Eisenhower. She was also sixth in the long jump at 14 feet four inches

The Lady Chicks placed ninth as a team, and the boys team placed 10th overall.

Chelci Oliver placed third in the girls 100-meter dash with a time of 13.16.

Hannah Fergason placed fourth in the girls 300-meter hurdles, and fourth in the girls long jump.

Competing in the pole vault, Tawn Neidy finished fourth with a jump of 6 feet 6 inches.

The Chickasha High School boys 4x100 relay team placed sixth overall, with a time of 45.51.

Shaq Oliver placed fourth in the high jump, although he did not jump his best Tuesday, posting a mark of 5 feet 10 inches.

Anthony Outhaithavy placed fourth in the discus throw, with a throw of 123 feet, four inches.

Other Grady County placers

Bridge Creek: Megan Mayfield placed second in the girls 200-meter dash for the Bridge Creek Lady Bobcats.

Bridge Creek's Abby Mayfield won the girls 400-meter run with a time of 1:01.64.

Lexi Cowan won the girls 800-meter run with a time of 2:33.05.

The Bridge Creek 4x100 meter relay team, with a time of 51.82, placed fourth.

The Lady Bobcats' 4x400 team placed fourth at 4.27.75.

The Bridge Creek boys' 4x200 meter team was fifth, finishing in 1:37.25, and the 4x400 team was also fifth in 3:42.02.

The Lady Bobcats were sixth overall in the meet, and the Bridge Creek boys finished 11th.

Alex: Alex High School's Holly Anderson placed sixth in the girls 100-meter hurdles, finishing the race in 17.14.

Chickasha's next meet is scheduled for April 26, which is the conference meet at Deer Creek High School.

Regionals will take place May 4, and state is May 11-12.

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