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Durant Middle School girls took 1st place at the Silo Invitational Meet at Ft. Washita on Tuesday. Left to Right: Front row: Jennifer Monroy, Precious Holley, Kacy Devora, Ashleigh Ned, Madelyn Coffey, Cassie Bisson, Regan Ramos, Anna Joines, Tessa Claborn, Anna Brown, Katelyn Gregory, Halleigh Harper. Back row: Catie McCraw, Kylie Reed, Shaya Claxton, Jacy Springer, Elizabeth Medino, Naomi Lawrenson, Lauren Ruminer, Kelsie Cook, Kaylin Stepp-Mize, Ansley Lorance, Rindee Payne, Morgann Usry.
Durant Middle School girls took 1st place at the Silo Invitational Meet at Ft. Washita on Tuesday. Left to Right: Front row: Jennifer Monroy, Precious Holley, Kacy Devora, Ashleigh Ned, Madelyn Coffey, Cassie Bisson, Regan Ramos, Anna Joines, Tessa Claborn, Anna Brown, Katelyn Gregory, Halleigh Harper. Back row: Catie McCraw, Kylie Reed, Shaya Claxton, Jacy Springer, Elizabeth Medino, Naomi Lawrenson, Lauren Ruminer, Kelsie Cook, Kaylin Stepp-Mize, Ansley Lorance, Rindee Payne, Morgann Usry.
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Silo Invitational Meet was held Tuesday, September 17th at Ft. Washita. Silo hosted their largest meet on record with over 500 runners from grades 5th through 12th. The top 15 runners in each race received a medal.


Durant 7th grader Kacy Devora squeezed past Haworth’s Kenzie Edmondson at the finish-line to claim 1st place and led her team to a 1st place finish in the 7th-8th grade girls division.


Durant coaches Amanda Reynolds and Bokies each says that “Kacy gets better every time she steps on the practice field or in competition. She is a great kid, with a great work ethic and has a promising career in front of her.”


Durant junior Alberto Vazquez wins the high school boys division by 20 seconds, leading his team to a 2nd place finish.


“Vazquez is an outstanding athlete with incredible speed and stamina, and is just amazing to watch him run,” said Reynolds.


The Lions next competition will be held at Madill, Saturday 21st at 8 a.m. Places and times are listed below. Due to unfortunate circumstances, not all times were accessible.


Middle School Girls: 102 Total Runners


Kacy Devora-1st; 6:37 medal


Ashleigh Ned-4th; 6:45 medal


Kylie Reed-7th; 6:54 medal


Patience Brown-11th; 6:59 medal


Madelyn Coffey-12th; 7:00 medal


Jacy Springer-14th; 7:02 medal


Cassie Bisson-15th; 7:03 medal


Katelyn Gregory-18th; 7:06


Jennifer Monroy-19th; 7:10


Regan Ramos-20th; 7:11


Catie McCraw-21st; 7:15


Anna Joines-25th; 7:26


Lauren Ruminer-27th; 7:34


Morgann Usry-35th; 7:41


Elizabeth Medino-54th; 8:27


Shaya Claxton-58th; 8:35


Precious Holley-63rd; 8:46


Tessa Claborn-69th; 9:10


Naomi Lawrenson-70th; 9:14


Haleigh Harper-79th; 9:37


Anna Brown-80th; 9:38


Natalia Bravo-82nd; 9:42


Ansley Lorance-83rd; 9:55


Kelsie Cook-86th; 10:10


Chanler Podany-88th; 10:14


Rindee Payne-90th; 10:23


Carly Boucher-101


Middle School Boys: 87 Total Runners


Arya Gautam-23rd; 14:31


Caden Orlando-31st; 15:24


Carter Soltis-36th; 15:55


Tracy Marsh-54th; 17:32


Jose Hernandez-72nd


Alex Langley-74th


High School Girls: 124 Total Runners


Jatelyn Wallace-4th; 13:41 medal


Shantyle Ned-14th; 14:21 medal


Morgan Williamson-27th; 15:16


Brianna Cedillo-37th; 15:48


Deisy Monroy-41st; 16:04


Brittany Ned-51st; 16:24


Brenna Hibbs-80th


Jaden Crites-109th


High School Boys: 116 Total Runners


Alberto Vazquez-1st; 16:52 medal


Jared Woods-10th; 18:39 medal


Freddie Monroy-24th; 20:02


John Woods-28th; 20:18


Peyton Stephens-42nd; 21:00


Kyle Mosley-57th; 22:06


Connor Akin-60th; 22:11


Gavin Gray-68th


Cody Wilson-69th


Raul Trevino-72nd


Jordyn Wilson-75th


Ben Lawrenson-78th


Zach Sweeney-97th


Hilario Sanchez-102nd


Erick Hernandez-104th


Alec Hamil-105th


Nick Ansiel-106th


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