CPHS Cross Country: First Boys' Team in School History Qualifies for State

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The past weekend saw a historic performance by the Charles Page High School varsity Cross Country team. For the first time in school history, the boys' squad qualified as a team for the State Championship meet. Individual Sandites have made the trip in the past, but the Sandites' fourth place performance at the 6A East Regional in Broken Arrow earned the whole team the right to compete.

Aden Baughman cracked the top-twenty with a 17:31 performance, closely followed by Ian Baustert in 21st. Bartlesville won the Regional crown, led by James Martinez. 

The Lady Sandites finished in fourteenth place out of sixteen teams, led by Sara Abbet in 66th place. The Lady Bruins won their race with a Regional Champion in Rilee Rigdon. 

The State Championship meet will be held October 28th at Edmond Santa Fe High School at 1901 West 15th Street. The boys' team will run at 10:45 a.m.

10.21.2017 6A-East Regional - Girls 5K

24:20 Sara Abbet - 66th
25:15 Chezney Kelley - 84th
25:26 Elizabeth Watts - 85th
26:31 Erika Baker - 91st
28:06 Kaitlyn Walden - 95th
29:08 Wanageeska Williams - 101st

10.21.2017 6A-East Regional - Boys 5K

17:31 Aden Baughman - 19th
17:37 Ian Baustert - 21st
17:54 Jaelyn Jackson - 30th
18:20 Jacob Smith - 40th
18:30 Nelson Yazzie - 44th
18:52 Landin Green - 54th
19:23 Danny Murray - 66th

The girls' team had a rough time at the Frontier Valley Conference Championship, finishing ninth of nine, led by Sara Abbet in 37th place. The boys' team finished middle of the pack at fifth of eight teams. Aden Baughman took twelfth place in 16:09. Bartlesville's Rilee Rigdon was the girls' champion, finishing in 17:45. Nathan Lauritsen, also a Bruin, won the boys' race in 15:08. The JV boys finished seventh of eight teams.

10.10.2017 FVC Championship - Girls (Less than 5K)

21:15 Sara Abbet - 37th
22:48 Elizabeth Watts - 58th
23:22 Erika Baker - 60th
24:35 Chezney Kelley - 61st
25:07 Tiqvah Soap - 62nd
25:45 Wanageeska Williams - 48th JV
26:22 Stephanie Genn - 65th
26:26 Madelynn Adams - 66th
27:19 Kaitlyn Walden - 58th JV
29:38 Adrianna Tapp - 67th JV

10.10.2017 FVC Championship - JH Boys (Less than 2 miles)

14:45 Zac Davis - 133rd

 

10.10.2017 FVC Championship - Boys (Less than 5K)

16:09 Aden Baughman - 12th
16:30 Jaelyn Jackson - 19th
16:38 Ian Baustert - 25th
16:43 Nelson Yazzie - 29th
16:57 Jacob Smith - 34th
17:35 Danny Murray - 46th
17:55 Kaegan Murray - 51st
17:59 Cameron Mccrary - 18th JV
18:07 Phillip Elleman - 20th JV
19:50 Chance Powell - 81st JV
20:05 Nathan McKnight - 88th JV
20:28 Alex Newport - 98th JV
20:59 Caleb James - 105th JV
22:38 Jacob Baker - 127th JV
23:01 Colton Sanders - 131st JV
23:52 Nicholas Sango - 13th JV

At the crowded Oklahoma State Cowboy Jamboree the Sandites took seventh place among 24 teams in the 5A/6A division. Jaelyn Jackson led his team with a 32nd place finish in 17:34.2. Sara Abbet led the girls team with a 41st place finish in 23:14.4. The Lady Sandites placed thirteenth of fifteen schools. Cameron Mccrary paced the JV boys with a 36th place finish in 19:49.6, leading his team to a thirteenth place finish among nineteen teams. 

9.30.2017 Cowboy Jamboree - Boys 5K

17:34.2 Jaelyn Jackson - 32nd
17:44.2 Aden Baughman - 40th
17:57.9 Ian Baustert - 48th
18:02.8 Nelson Yazzie - 55th
18:13.5 Jacob Smith - 61st
18:52.7 Landin Green - 86th
18:56.2 Danny Murray - 94th
19:18.7 Kaegan Murray - 106th
19:49.6 Cameron Mccrary - 36th JV
20:41.7 Phillip Elleman - 76th JV
21:42.8 Alex Newport - 118th JV
22:20.6 Nathan Mcknight - 145th JV
22:33.1 Chance Powell - 153rd JV
24:16.9 Caleb James - 214th JV
24:35.0 Jacob Baker - 220th JV
25:33.4 Colton Sanders - 241st JV
 

9.30.2017 Cowboy Jamboree - Girls 5K

23:14.4 Sara Abbet - 41st
25:12.9 Elizabeth Watts - 78th
25:19.6 Erika Baker - 80th
25:58.2 Chezney Kelley - 87th
38:09.8 Ayden Meade - 110th
 

The Holland Hall Invitational was a victory for the future of Sand Springs athletics as the elementary boys swept the contest for a first-place finish with three top-ten runners. 48 runners competed from Coach Chris Corbin's popular after-school program. The girls took second place with three top-ten runners, led by runner-up Ava Watts who was a mere six seconds behind the winner.

The varsity boys' team placed fourth of 21 teams with three top-twenty finishers, led by Aden Baughman in eleventh place in 17:29. Danny Murray finished ninth in the JV run, leading the B team to an eighth place finish among fifteen teams. Tiqvah Soap was the top Lady Sandite, placing 35th in 24:24. The team finished tenth among fourteen teams. 

9.23.2017 Holland Hall - Elementary Boys 1600M

6:19 Clayton Giddens - 5th
6:20 Michael Johnson - 7th
6:32 Joseph Clayton - 9th
6:40 Jakob Skipper - 13th
6:42 Griffin Sensintaffa - 15th
6:44 Cooper Macdonald - 17th
6:52 Dawson Briscoe - 20th
7:29 Gavin Corbin - 39th
7:32 David King - 40th
7:34 Hudson Gregory - 43rd
7:49 Braden Gregory - 48th
7:50 Brody Carter - 49th
7:52 Ryder Gregory - 51st
7:58 Dado Phillips - 58th
8:02 Connor Beals - 61st
8:21 Asher Giddens - 69th
8:40 Noah Higgins - 77th
9:30 Kaizen Freese - 89th
9:37 Kenton Freese - 91st
9:38 Noah Watkins - 92nd
9:39 Grady Harris - 93rd
10:09 Dallas Duffy - 99th
10:27 Canyon Carnahan - 103rd
10:49 Sutton Corbin - 104th
10:55 Brayden Grimes - 105th
11:21 Josh Looney - 107th
11:44 Mason Boyman - 108th

10.23.2017 Holland Hall - Junior High Boys 1600M

7:08 Kodah Gregory - 113th
7:32 Zac Davis - 141st

10.23.2017 Holland Hall - Boys 5K

17:29 Aden Baughman - 11th
17:35 Jaelyn Jackson - 12th
17:49 Ian Baustert - 18th
17:59 Nelson Yazzie - 24th
18:36 Jacob Smith - 33rd
19:04 Kaegan Murray - 47th
19:33 Danny Murray - 9th JV
20:20 Phillip Elleman - 17th JV
20:46 Cameron Mccrary - 83rd
22:12 Alex Newport - 68th JV
23:06 Chance Powell - 96th JV
25:50 Caleb James - 155th JV
29:40 Nicholas Sango - 195th JV
30:16 Zac Counts - 199th JV

9.23.2017 Holland Hall - Elementary Girls 1600M

6:23 Ava Watts - 2nd
6:50 Brynlee Durborrow - 7th
6:52 Morgan Rector - 10th
7:23 Sydney Noel - 20th
7:46 Lainey Stanfill - 28th
7:49 Emily Kubiak - 32nd
7:56 Abby Martin - 35th
8:44 Josie Myers - 58th
8:55 Hannah Mckelvey - 60th
9:39 Julia Myers - 69th
9:39 Alexis Stull - 70th
9:40 Faith Mckelvey - 72nd
9:51 Izzi Larkin - 73rd
10:18 Declyn Beals - 76th
10:21 Scout Mushrush - 78th
10:30 Gracie Graham - 80th
11:58 Rylee Skipper - 83rd
11:59 Sophie Watkins - 84th
13:05 Brie Blair - 86th
13:10 Nola Chambers - 87th
14:54 Peyton Burkle - 88th

10.23.2017 Holland Hall - Girls 5K

24:24 Tiqvah Soap - 35th
24:44 Sara Abbet - 42nd
25:40 Elizabeth Watts - 61st
25:44 Chezney Kelley - 62nd
26:07 Erika Baker - 66th
28:11 Stephanie Genn - 87th
28:13 Madelynn Adams - 88th
30:52 Mackenzie Burks - 44th JV
33:18 Wanageeska Williams - 63rd JV
40:14 Ayden Meade - 88th JV

Both teams had solid showings at last month's Booker T. Washington 5K. Sara Abbet led the girls' team with a 15th place finish in 23:05. Owasso's Katie Booth took first place in 20:09, helping her team to a first-place finish. The Lady Sandites finished sixth of ten teams. Jaelyn Jackson took first place in the boys' 5K, finishing in 17:03 with a 24 second lead on the runner up from Bishop Kelley. Ian Baustert and Aden Baughman also made the top ten, followed by Nelson Yazzie in eleventh. The boys placed second of fourteen teams, a mere nine-second average time behind Owasso. 

9.14.2017 Hornet Classic - Girls 5K

23:05 Sara Abbet - 15th
24:51 Chezney Kelley - 32nd
25:10 Elizabeth Watts - 36th
27:24 Madelynn Adams - 47th
27:24 Erika Baker - 48th
28:49 Wanageeska Williams - 26th JV
37:47 Adrianna Tapp - 58th JV

9.14.2017 Hornet Classic - Middle School Girls 3200M

4:19 Ava Watts - 9th
 

9.14.2017 Hornet Classic - Boys 5K

17:03 Jaelyn Jackson - 1st
17:41 Ian Baustert - 6th
17:52 Aden Baughman - 8th
18:05 Nelson Yazzie - 11th
18:45 Jacob Smith - 18th
19:00 Kaegan Murray - 20th
19:30 Cameron McCrary - 11th JV
19:41 Danny Murray - 28th
19:58 Phillip Elleman - 15th JV
21:35 Nathan McKnight - 49th JV
21:50 Cooper Lynch - 52nd JV
22:53 Alex Newport - 68th JV
24:10 Caleb James - 86th JV
24:28 Mason Hamel - 91st JV
25:02 Jacob Baker - 99th JV
26:04 Josh Ivy - 107th JV
31:10 Zac Counts - 128th JV
35:11 Nicholas Sango - 132nd JV
37:04 Jonathon Taylor - 133rd JV