Bristow’s Mollee Mason: North Track Poll Winner – Presented by Law Firm of Boettcher, Devinney, Ingle, & Wicker



Mollee Mason has competing in track for six years, first becoming interested in the sport in seventh grade.

“From that year on my dad and I would run around the lake preparing for the next track meet. The love for the sport grew from there,” she said.

She has competed in many events over the years, with her senior season consisting of the 4×1, 4×8, 800, and 4×4. She says her favorite is the 800, and it doesn’t hurt that she happens to hold the Bristow High School 800 record with a time of 2:22.21. Mason has definitely worked hard throughout her high school career to bring success to her own record and to her high school.

“I love the amount of support I receive from my community, my school, and my team,” she said. “This season had a lot of trials and errors but I am proud to say my team and I improved as the season went on. I am very fortunate to have made it to state all four years of my high school career.”

Part of what motivates Mason to push herself to greatness is the love for her family and drive to make her parents proud in what she does.

“I look up to my parents who, at a young age, instilled the love of sports and my competitive mind set,” she said. “They taught me to always give my all and to be the best at what I do.”

In addition to track, Mason also played basketball and softball for the Pirates, and is involved in National Honor Society. After graduation she will be furthering her eduction at Southern Nazarene University where she will also continue running track.