1 Awards - Girls Track



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A. Kailey Chapman - Spokane -- CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT KAILEY
 
Hurdling was a strength for the Ozarks this spring and Chapman was right in the mix as she won the Class 2 300-meter hurdles to go with a third-place finish in the 100-meter hurdles. She also brought home seventh and eighth-place finishes in the 100 and 200-meter dashes to claim All-State in four events. Regionally, she posted the Ozarks' best 300-meter hurdle time and third-best 100-meter hurdle and 100-meter dash times to go with the fifth-best 200-meter dash time. -- CLICK HERE FOR STATE TRACK PHOTOS


B. Shelby Clifton - Mountain Grove -- CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT SHELBY.

The Ozarks swept the hurdles in Class 2 for the boys and girls as Clifton did her part by winning the 100-meter hurdles out of lane three and posting the area's fourth-best 100-meter hurdle time in the process. Clifton also finished fourth in the triple jump for her second all-state accolade. Her triple jump was good for 11th in the Ozarks. She failed to qualify for State in the 300-meter hurdles but did post the Ozarks' fifth-best time in the event. Unfortunately for her, the top four times in the Ozarks all shared her sectional meet.
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C. Erin Roebuck - Catholic -- CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT ERIN.

Roebuck was one of the area's best all-around sprinters in 2013, but specialized in the 400 where she finished second at Class 3 State. She qualified for State in the 100 and 200 as well as the anchor on Catholic's 1600-meter relay. Roebuck finished sixth in the 200 at State, but posted the area's top 200-meter dash time during the season to go with her second-best 400-meter time. In the 100-meter dash, she was the sixth-fastest in the Ozarks and the Catholic 1600-meter relay was fourth in the area.
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D. McKenzie Wright - Camdenton    CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MCKENZIE

Wright was the jumping queen for the area this year. She posted the area's top high jump and triple jump marks to go with the fourth-best long jump in the area. At Class 4 State, Wright finished second in the high jump but only because she lost on a tiebreak. The standout junior jumper was also All-State in the triple jump with her fifth-place finish.


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