He also competed in the 110-meter hurdles, where he finished fifth in 15.14, and was a part of the 1600-meter relay team that Harvey said made him quite proud.
Sutton joined Rascellis Williams, Zechariah Stanton and Omery Trevino to post a fourth-place finish with a time of 3:28.54 in a hotly-contested race.
Elsewhere for the Rams, Williams just missed out on qualifying for state in the high jump, registering a third-place finish with a 6-foot-2 leap.
It was a somewhat disappointing end to his junior campaign, especially considering that he posted a personal-best jump of 6-foot-7 earlier this year to take first place at the Pojo Relays last month in Springtown.
Junior Biren Clardy also fell short of a trip to state, finishing third in the long jump with a mark of 21-foot-7.5.
Also participating for the Rams were Preston Brooks in the 3200 meters and Elijiah Jefferson in the 4x400-meter relay with Stanton, Sutton and Trevino.
Overall, the Rams placed fifth as a team with 40 points, but were only two points out of second place. Kennedale won the meet with 58 point while two teams tied for second with 42 points and Graham squeezed its way into fourth with 41 points.
In such a tight competition, Harvey had nothing but positive things to say about the Rams' performance.
"The kids did an outstanding job," he said.
The Lady Rams did not place in any of their events, but saw Karessa Fowler, Alex Pearcy, Kylie Burke, Raeann Rivera, Katlyn Rivera and Brooklyn Lovern all compete hard in their 2014 finales.