Broncos capture 2022 Pre-State championship in Edmond

Cross Country, Fall Sports

Trey Hunter

September 28, 2022
Carson Fincher (So.) races during a meet earlier this season at Deer Creek. Fincher and the Broncos finished first in the 2022 Pre-State meet at Edmond Santa Fe last weekend. (Photo by Jeff Marzec)

EDMOND – The Mustang Broncos added more hardware to their mantle last weekend.

Mustang’s boys captured their third win of the season, taking first place in the 2022 Pre-State meet at Edmond Santa Fe on Saturday. The Bronco girls finished just outside of the top-10.

Carson Patten (Jr.) led the route for Mustang’s boys as they scored 26 points – nearly 100 less than second-place Jenks.

Patten finished second overall with a time of 16:13.68, just behind Norman’s Phin Bonner, who won with a time of 16:00.74.

Cameron Langdon (So.), Dylan Chaoomchaisiri (Sr.), Noah Thayer (Fr.), and Jacoby Nance (Sr.) all finished inside the top-10 and rounded out the team’s placers.

Langdon placed third (16:22.82), Chaoomchaisiri placed fifth (16:28.34), Thayer placed seventh (16:38.67), and Nance placed ninth (16:39.74).

Luke Balliew (Jr.) also cracked the top-10, finishing 10th with a time of 16:42.48. Carson Fincher (So.) came in 30th with a time of 17:17.93.

Mustang’s average top-5 time of 16:28.65 blew away the field.

Jenks had a top-5 average of 17:09.08 in second place. Westmoore finished third overall with 129 points and a top-5 average time of 17:10.95.

The Broncos won the Carl Albert elite run and the Mustang Harrier earlier this season. They continue their season this Saturday at the Chile Pepper Festival in Fayetteville, Ark. before heading to the Oklahoma Baptist University Invitational next weekend in Shawnee.


Mustang’s girls finished 11th with two racers placing inside the top-50.

Katie Jones paced the Broncos, placing 31st with a time of 21:05.57 while Carol Le (Jr.) placed 42nd with a time of 21:39.34.

Londyn Medrano (So.), Emily Krafft (Sr.), and Emerson Hodde (So.) rounded out the team’s placers.

Medrano and Krafft just missed the top-50. Medrano placed 51st with a time of 22:19.39 while Krafft placed 54th with a time 22:34.29. Hodde finished 63rd with a time of 23:10.81.

Madison Smith (So.) and Kiara Smith (So.) closed out the meet for the Broncos. Madison Smith placed 70th with a time of 23:33.07 while Kiara Smith placed 77th with a time of 23:56.39.

Mustang finished with 241 points overall and a top-5 team average of 22:09.88.

Jenks won the meet with 62 points, barley edging out second-place Edmond Memorial, who scored 63 points. Yukon finished a distant third with 133 points.

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