Broncos dominate Ken Hogan Invitational at Moore, cruise to meet title by nearly 200 points

Spring Sports, Track & Field, Track & Field

Trey Hunter

April 3, 2024
Jordan Atkinson (Jr.) and Lauren Coleman (Sr.) sprint off the blocks in the 100-meter dash at the 2024 Ken Hogan Invitational on March 15. Atkinson won the event while Coleman finished fourth, helping lead the Broncos to their second straight meet title to start the season. (Photo by Trey Hunter)

MOORE – The Mustang Broncos continued their early season dominance at the 2024 Ken Hogan Invitational on March 15 at Moore Schools Stadium.

The Broncos won eight events and outscored second-place Edmond North by nearly 200 points, marking the team’s second straight meet title to open the season.

Mustang won three relays, two sprints, two jumps, and one hurdles event. The team also tallied six silver medals, three bronze, and one win in throws, which were moved to Westmoore High School.

Kassidi Watkins (Jr.) won twice while Jordan Atkinson (Jr.), Jaylin Adams (Sr.), Emily Cloutier (Sr.), and Arionna McElroy (Sr.) also took home individual golds.

Watkins won the long jump with a mark of 18’4.25” and the 400-meter dash with a time of 1:01.38. She also helped lead the way to two relay wins.

Atkinson won the 100-meter dash, clocking in at :11.96 as the two-time defending state champion. She also spearheaded a pair of relay victories.

Adams finished first in the 300-meter hurdles (:45.72) and second in the 100-meter hurdles (:16.37). She also nabbed a gold in the relays.

Cloutier rounded out the team’s individual victories with a win in the pole vault. Her vault of 11’0” won by over a foot. She also tallied one relay win and finished second in the long jump (17’05”) and sixth in the high jump (4’8”).

Kassidi Watkins (Jr.) won the long jump at the 2024 Ken Hogan Invitational on March 15 at Moore High School. Watkins and the Broncos have won two straight meet championships to open the spring season. (Photo by Trey Hunter)

McElroy won the discus throw while Shaye Rowe (Sr.) finished third.

The 4×100 relay team of Atkinson, Watkins, Lauren Coleman (Sr.), and Kamyah Penn (So.) clocked in at :48.29 for their first-place medal.

Moriah Young (So.), Penn, Cloutier, and Coleman finished first in the 4×200 with a time of 1:46.21 while Watkins, Young, Adams, and Atkinson finished first in the 4×400 with a time of 4:05.61.


Penn, Young, Adams, Kaitlyn Nelson (So.), and Cloutier all nabbed silver medals at Moore as well as the 4×800 relay team.

Penn finished second in the 200-meter dash (:26.34) while Young finished second in the 400-meter dash (1:02.20). Nelson finished runner-up in the pole vault with a mark of 10’00”.

Jaylin Adams (Sr.) sprints down the track during the 300-meter hurdles at the 2024 Ken Hogan Invitational at Moore High School. Adams won the event, helping lead the Broncos to their second straight meet title to start the season. (Photo by Trey Hunter)

Jayci Klopfenstein (Fr.), Mezmariah Lewis (So.), Emerson Hodde (Jr.), and Kiara Smith (Sr.) finished second in the 4×800 with a time of 10:42.08.

Penn, Kendall Howell (Jr.), and Allie Stevulak (Jr.) took home bronze medals.

Penn finished third in the 100-meter dash (:12.52) while Howell finished third in the 800-meter run (2:32.51) and Stevulak finished third in the pole vault (10’00”).


Coleman placed fourth in the 100-meter dash (:12.70) and fourth in the 200-meter dash (:26.88) while Ateezah Churchwell (Jr.) finished seventh in the 100 (:13.10) and sixth in the 200 (:27.70).

Klopfenstein added a fourth-place finish in the 800-meter run (2:36.57) while Smith finished sixth in the 1600-meter run (5:57.10) and Arwyn Mann (So.) finished seventh (6:00.48).

Carol Le (Sr.) finished fifth in the 3200-meter run (12:53.03) while Hodde finished seventh (12:54.95). Yadira Rodriguez (Jr.) finished ninth in both the 100-meter hurdles (:18.64) and the 300-meter hurdles (:54.03).

Racehl Spencer (Sr.) finished eighth in the high jump (4’6”) while Lauren Young (Fr.) finished 10th (4’6”). Kaileigh VonWald (So.) finished sixth in the long jump (15’4”) while Kassidy Penwright (Jr.) finished 10th in the pole vault (8’0”).

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Trey Hunter is the owner and publisher of the Mustang Sports Review. He graduated from Mustang High School in 2006 before graduating from the University of Central Oklahoma with a journalism degree in 2011. He has covered Mustang sports for multiple publications as well as high school sports and professional basketball for other outlets. Contact Trey for story ideas or reach out with information. PHONE: (405) 659-9898 EMAIL:

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