Oxford Track Dominates Class 6A, Region 2 Championships
Charger track and field hosted the 2019 Class 6A, Region 2 championships on Tuesday afternoon, leading athletes from Tupelo, South Panola and Columbus. Both the Oxford boys and girls walked away victorious on Tuesday.
The Oxford boys were dominant on the track at Oxford Middle School Tuesday. Of the 18 total events, they took gold in 13. When the final scores were tallied, the boys had scored a whopping 152 of the 271 possible points. Tupelo finished second with 71.
Distance events were especially fruitful for the boys. Winning the 800-meter, the 1600-meter and the 3200-meter, Oxford swept the top three spots on the podium in both the 1600 and 3200-meter runs.
The Lady Chargers had a bit more of a run with Tupelo late, but were able to pull away for the Region 2 championship belt. Beating Tupelo 86-70, the girls won three of the last four events on the track to pull away.
Like one the boys’ side, the Lady Chargers were also quite fruitful in distance events. The girls swept the podium on the 800-meter run, took first and third on the 1600-meter and then took second and third in the 3200-meter.
For the full list of Charger winners, see below:
200m – Kadijah Ramsey (25.61)
800m – Katelyn Rock (2:32.99)
1600m – Addie Thompson (5:39.70)
100m Hurdles – Ashley Epps (15.14)
300m Hurdles – Ashley Epps (48.65)
Triple Jump – Kyla Johnson (33-03.00)
4×100 – Semaj Pettis, Emily Hayward, Taylor Everett, Kadijah Ramsey (49.46)
4×200 – Emily Hayward, Semaj Pettis, Kadijah Ramsey, Ashley Epps (1:45.06)
4×800 – Addie Thompson, Katelyn Rock, Julia Dennis, Ivy Dennis (10:41.8)
200m – Ladarrius Giles (22.71)
400m – Ladarrius Giles (51.11)
800m – Malik Lawson (2:06.84)
1600m – Walk Johnson (4:45.09)
3200m – Walt Johnson (10:20.35)
110m Hurdles – Hunter Lyons (16.18)
300m Hurdles – Ty’kel Owens (41.86)
Triple Jump – Byron Pearson (41-08.00)
Pole Vault – John Scott Kendricks (10-00)
Discus – Kiyon Williams (123-05.50)
Shot Put – Jamie White (41-11.00)
4×100 – Joshua Williams, Ladarrius Giles, Byron Pearson, Ty’kel Owens (43.06)
4×200 – Avani Jackson, Byron Pearson, Ty’kel Owens, Ladarrius Giles (1:30.26)
4×400 – Wesley Pegues, Anthony Blake, Jacob Radigan, Jacob Rousseau (3:34.70)