PHOTO BY DEJAY ARMS

Lady Bulldog’s defending state champion pole vaulter, Faith Howe, above, goes high, easily winning first place in last Friday’s Rock Creek Invitational in Sulphur. Howe had a meet best of 11-0.

PHOTO BY DEJAY ARMS

The Bulldog’s Tavius McDonald jumped 20-6 in last Friday’s Rock Creek Invitational in Sulphur to win second in the long jump.

PHOTO SABRINA DUCK

Sulphur’s Trey Kiser runs a relay leg in last Friday’s Rock Creek Invitational in Sulphur.

PHOTO SABRINA DUCK

Kinlee Duck runs a personal best time of 54.01 in the 300 hurdles last Friday in the Rock Creek Invitational tournament for a 4th place medal.

Girls Win 2nd, Boys 3rd In Rock Creek Invitational

Defending State Pole Vault Champ Faith Howe Wins Easily

Both Sulphur boys and girls track teams had outstanding showings at the annual Rock Creek Invitational last Friday at Sulphur High School.

The girls team finished 2nd overall with 134 points, only behind team champion Plainview, which scored 208.

The boys team was 3rd overall, as they racked up 86 team points and finished behind Plainview (171) and Marlow (144).

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