MADILL — There are certain things in life that were just made for one another.

MADILL — There are certain things in life that were just made for one another.

Peanut butter and jelly, biscuits and gravy, and the Plainview Lady Indians claiming gold at the regional track meet.

Saturday afternoon for the 31st consecutive year, the ladies in red and white stood atop of the mountain at the Class 4A regional track meet, winning with an impressive 184.3 points, well ahead of second placed Broken Bow at 97. 

The Class 4A state track meet will begin next Friday at Catoosa High School. 

Madill’s Lady Wildcats finished fourth overall with 63 points. 

Plainview’s girls claimed second in the 400 meter relay with a time of 51.45, ensuring they qualified for state next week. 

Plainview also won the 3200 meter relay with a time of 10:15.00, with Madill in third at 10:35.00. 

Summers Bowker won the 100 meter hurdles event with a time of 16.11, one of three individual gold medals she won on the day.

Lala Flores placed fourth in the 100 meter dash for Madill with a time of 13.41, with Plainview’s Kelsey Carathers in fifth at 13.42. 

Plainview’s girls also qualified in the 800 meter relay, finishing second to Broken Bow by the slimmest of margins as the Lady Savages won with a time of 1:48.25, to Plainview’s 1:48.71. 

Madill took fourth in the same relay with a time of 1:52.46. 

Valeria Calderon won the 3200 meter run for Madill with a time of 12:36.70, with Plainview’s Jacey Keith in second at 12:47.83. 

Fatima Duenez and Alejandra Orozco took fifth and sixth respectively with times of 13:27.07 and 13:41.38. 

Molly Fulgham earned herself a state berth for Madill in the 200 meter dash with a time of 26.48, with Plainview’s Taryn Martin in sixth at 27.71.

Haydn Hobbs finished fourth overall for Plainview in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:29.34, with teammate Olivia Heller finishing 12th at 2:43.85. Madill’s Emilie Vann was 13th at 2:48.55. 

Fulgham also qualified in the 400 meter dash event for Madill with a third place finish and a time of 1:02.10, with teammate Ella Watts in sixth at 1:06.85. Plainview’s Logan Lee and Anna Simmons finished eighth and 11th respectively at 1:08.59 and 1:09.78. 

Bowker found the medal stand again in the 300 hurdles, winning gold with a time of 47.51, with Madill’s Gracie Jaggars and Destiney Adams in eighth and 10th overall with times of 54.64 and 55.24. 

Calderon took third in the 1600 meter run event with a time of 5:46.17, with Plainview’s Faith Lloyd and Jacey Keith in fourth and sixth respectively with times of 5:47.09 and 5:50.36. 

Madill’s Isabel Sanchez took ninth in the same event with a time of 6:14.36. 

Plainview’s girls left no doubt in the 1600 meter relay as Rylee Sudberry, Hadyn Hobbs, Deryn Hobbs and Tern Martin won the regional title with a time of 4:11.57, with Madill in fourth at 4:15.99. 

Plainview had a solid day in the high jump event with Megan Winchester and Natalie Berryhill finishing second and third overall clearing 5” and 4’10” respectively. Teammate Madi Morris finished tied for fourth at 4’8”. 

The pole vault event also brought more good fortune for Plainview, as the Lady Indians went 1-2-3 in the standings with Bowker winning clearing 10’6”, Deryn Hobbs in second at 10” and Jentry Clemons in third at 9’6”. 

Peyton Garrett claimed third overall in the long jump event with a leap of 15’8”, with Tally Morris in fifth at 15’6”. 

Reagan Guerin and Ava Blackmon held down the top two spots for Plainview in the discus throw event, with Guerin winning with a toss of 116’05”, and Blackmon earning second at 112’07”. 

Katey Avery took seventh in the event for Madill with a toss of 88’11”. 

Blackmon also qualified in the shot put event with a third place finish, with a toss of 37’2.50”. 

Madill’s Mariana Mendez took sixth in the event with a toss of 31’11.50”.