Bartlesville Girls, Edmond North Boys Win 2016 Oklahoma 6A State High School Championships

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The Bartlesville girls and Edmond North boys took home the 2016 Oklahoma 6A State High School Championships titles.

Girls

Bartlesville won the 6A state title with 467 points.  Edmond Memorial (316.05) and Edmond North (257) took second and third.  Jenks (246) and Norman North (169) rounded out the top five.

Edmond North’s Rylee Linhardt won the 200-yard free in 1:50.57. Linhardt double up with a 6A record time of 4:53.67 in the 500-yard free.

Bartlesville’s Haley Downey clinched the 200-yard IM title in 2:03.99.

Norman North’s Claire Lu won the 50-yard free in 24.22.

Bartlesville’s Greta Olsen turned in a 55.83 to win the 100-yard fly.

Edmond Memorial’s Kellie Fischer clocked a 52.88 to win the 100-yard free. Fischer doubled up with a 57.48 in the 100-yard back.

Bartlesville’s Katie Steward clocked a 6A record 1:02.17 to win the 100-yard breast.

Bartlesville’s Delaney Shipman, Kate Steward, Greta Olsen and Haley Downey posted a 6A record with a 1:43.53 in the 200-yard medley relay.

Bartlesville’s Greta Olsen, June Harris, Haley Downey and Emily Giovannetti touched in a 6A record time of 1:36.61 in the 200-yard free relay.

Bartilesville’s Allison Biddinger, Delaney Shipman, Katie Steward and Emily Giovannetti set a 6A state record with a 3:32.08 in the 400-yard free relay.

Women – Team Rankings – Through Event 22
1. Bartlesville High School 467
2. Edmond Memorial 316.5
3. Edmond North 257
4. Jenks High School 246
5. Norman North High School 169
6. Union High School 151
7. Edmond Santa Fe 129
8. Norman High School 101
9. Broken Arrow 92
10. Owasso High School 63
11. Bixby 32.5
12. Enid High School 32
13. Mustang High School 25
14. Putnam City North HS 23
15. Westmoore 18
16. Yukon High School 14
17. Moore 8
18. Lawton High School 2

Boys

Edmond North won the 6A state title with 397 points.  Bartlesville (365), Norman North (266), Jenks (185) and Norman (175) closed out the top five.

Bartlesville’s Peyton Stambeck posted a 1:44.56 to win the 200-yard free.

Edmond North’s Joe Short topped the 200-yard IM in 1:51.63.

Bartlesville’s Aaron Stanek claimed the 50-yard free in 20.78.

Bartlesville’s Kyle Ward clocked a 6A record 47.92 to win the 100-yard fly. Ward doubled up with a 4:35.99 in the 500-yard free.

Edmond Memorial’s Jonathan Ye won the 100-yard free in 45.68.

Norman North’s James Dyer earned the 100-yard back title in 50.35.

Bartlesville’s Aaron Keesling hit the wall in 57.31 to win the 100-yard breast.

Bartlesville’s Caleb Goodart, Aaron Keesling, Kyle Ward and Leon Faulk clocked a 6A record 1:35.15 to win the 200-yard medley relay.

Bartlesville’s Aaron Stanek, Leon Faulk, Daniel Gutierrez and Peyton Stambeck won the 200-yard free relay in 1:26.35.

Bartlesville’s Aaron Stanek, Aaron Keesling, Kyle Ward and Peyton Stambeck won the 400-yard free relay in a 6A record 3:08.42.

Men – Team Rankings – Through Event 22
1. Edmond North 397
2. Bartlesville High School 365
3. Norman North High School 266
4. Jenks High School 185
5. Norman High School 175
6. Bixby 141
7. Edmond Memorial 127
7. Union High School 127
9. Edmond Santa Fe 101
10. Putnam City North HS 64
11. Southmoore 62
12. Owasso High School 47
13. Mustang High School 30
14. Enid High School 24
15. Putnam City High School 18
16. Moore 14
17. Yukon High School 10
18. Broken Arrow 4

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Jason Marsteller is the general manager of digital properties at Swimming World. He joined Swimming World in June 2006 as the managing editor after previous stints as a media relations professional at Indiana University, the University of Tennessee, Southern Utah University and the Utah Summer Games.

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