MIAMI — A state record in the girls’ shot put was shattered during the Miami Wardog Invitational track meet Monday.

Keely McLaughlin, who signed with Oregon State Wednesday, had a winning throw of 46-8.5.

The old record was 46-4.5 set by Amanda Wareheim of Bartlesville at the 2001 state meet in Ardmore.

Vinita captured the girls’ title with 128 points. Claremore Sequoyah was second at 119 and Grove claimed third with 109 points.

Rounding out the field were Skiatook, 95; Miami, 75; Jay, 65, and Oologah, 23.

Jay squeezed past Oologah to take the boys’ title, 127-122.

Vinita was third at 92, followed by Grove, 83; Skiatook, 43, and Miami, 9.

The Lady Wardogs got first-place finishes from Rebecca Bell in the 200 with a time of 25.78 seconds and Emie Haile in the 100-meter dash at 13.44 seconds.

Miami’s 4x200-meter relay team (qiment Li, Abby Iishmael, Haile and Bell) also came out a winner with a time of 1:48.97.

Haile was second in the 200 at 27.53 seconds.

Abby Ishmael placed third in the 100 at 13.702 seconds.

Bell was fourth in the 400 at 1:04.10.

The Lady Wardog 4x100 relay team was second at 52.91.

The 4x400 relay team was fifth at 4:45.75 and the 4x800 relay was sixth at 11:31.63.

Daniel Allen and Brandon Jones accounted for all of the Miami boys’ points.

Allen was second in the shot put at 46-8.75 and Jones finished sixth in the 400 with a time of 57.18 seconds.

Allen wound up seventh in the discus at 117-9.