MIAMI — Rebecca Bell won the 200-meter dash and was second in the 100 during the Miami Invitational track meet Tuesday, April 10.

Bell won the 200 with a time of 26.87 seconds.

Her second-place time of 12.5 in the 100 was just 0.42 seconds behind the winner, Brooke Thomas of Tahlequah, who has the best time of the season in Class 5A (12.37 seconds).

Bell also ran on the Lady Wardogs’ 4x100- and 4x400-meter relay teams that finished sixth.

Makiya Reid, Emie Haile, Farrah Armsrong and Bell had a time of 52.46 seconds in the 4x100 relay.

Then in the 4x400, Reid, Madison Smith, Farrah Armstrong and Bell clocked in at 4:27.47.

Reid placed fifth and Haile sixth in the 200 with times of 28.60 and 28.97 seconds, respectively.

The Lady Wardogs’ 4x800 relay team —Isabelle Bivins, Jolea Johnson, Madison Smith and Leah Evans —was fifth at 11:48.31,

The Lady Wardogs finished sixth in the team standings with 47 points.

Grove won the team title with 121 points, followed by Vinita, 82; Tahlequah, 0; Glenpool, 57, and Adair, 49.

The Wardogs’ Damion Burris placed sixth in the high jump, clearing 5-6.

Miami was fifth in the boys’ 4x100 relay (Gavin Payton, Josh Reynolds, Zach Cravens and Lakota Nichols) with a time of 49.03 seconds.

Glenpool took first place on the boys’ side with 161.5 points. Pryor was second with 106, followed by Oologah, 94, and Grove, 68.

Miami and Verdigris tied for 11th with six points each.

Rory Geer of Grove and Glenpool’s Makai Blades were double individual winners.

Geer won the girls 400 and 800 and Blades captures both sprint races.

There were a total of 15 girls’ teams and 12 boys’ teams in the field.

Complete meet results can be found at


Miami travels to Pryor for a meet on Friday, April 13.