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36th Arcadia Invitational
Arcadia CA April 11-12

Incredible matchups may lead to best Arcadia ever, which is saying something.
Preview -- Entries
Late scratches announced by Arcadia: Lauren Jespersen (injury) and Reggie Bush. Meanwhile, the Taco Bell Classic in South Carolina said that two athletes in the Arcadia entries -- Reggie Witherspoon and Shana Cox -- are expected in SC instead of SoCAL.

Nike athletes Alan Webb, Regina Jacobs, and Felix Sanchez will be on hand for autographs and photo ops.

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This Week
major meets around the country and highlights from the states   
alphabetical by state

DyeStat on-site in Mobile and Austin plus much more action around the country. Sharon Day 6-2, Billie Jo Grant 182-2 in California. Donovan Kilmartin 17-3.5 in Idaho. Usain (Thunder) Bolt 20.25 and 45.35 in Jamaica.

Challenge of Champions

Apr 4-5 at Mobile AL
DyeStat on-site coverage with John and Donna Dye
|Winners & pix | Results |
Donna on the Side: Mobile
- Saturday morning - Saturday night
| 57 DyeStat elite performances

Weather: 70 degrees, muggy, calm air, no rain. Invitational Division - Sat
Xavier Carter FL 45.88! US#1. Arthur Davis AL 46.88. Reggie Witherspoon, reportedly driving from Marietta GA today, did not make the race. Carter doubled in the 200 later in 21.08 -0.7 to win the boys MVP award. The junior from Palm Bay HS, Melbourne FL, who is also a wide receiver in football, now leads the US in both events.
Ashlee Brown's hurdle double in two US#1 times earned her the girls MVP award. The J.W. North, Riverside CA star, signed for Penn State University next year, ran 13.86 -0.3 and 42.76.

California girls dominate - J.W. North, Riverside (left) won the 4x100 over Wilson Long Beach, but Wilson won the 4x800 and 4x400.

AZ girls pole vault record falls in two meets at once
Corona del Sol jr Katie Morgan vaulted 12' 8 at the Gilbert Invitational 4/4/03
Lake Havasu sr April Kubishta vaulted 12' 8 at the Peoria Invitational 4/4/03

Peoria Invitational
Apr 5 at Peoria AZ
Mountain View sweeps. Jessica Onyepunuka doubles. April Kubishta triples.
Boys - Prescott sr Ben Clark 4:15.86 1600m. Mountain Pointe sr Brandon Glenn 16-0 PV. Mountain Ridge's Jason Perkins 179-5 DT.
Girls - Peoria sr Jessica Onyepunuka 11.84 +1.8 100m and 24.42 +1.1 200m. Lake Havasu sr April Kubishta 12-8 PV, 15.30 +0.4 100H and 44.29 300H. Deer Valley's Janine Sandell 140-10.

DyeStatCal - All time top 10 performances
by Sharon Day 6-2 and Billie Jo Grant 182-2

saturation coverage of the Golden State by Doug Speck and Rich Gonzalez
More than 20 meets featured this week, including:

  • San Luis Obispo County - Arroyo Grande sr Billie Jo Grant 182-2 DT US#5 all time according to Jack Shepard's High School Track record book.
  • Trabuco Hills Inv - Costa Mesa CA sr Sharon Day 6-2 HJ, US#9t all time and the best in 7 years (6-2.75 Erin Aldrich 1996). Also, San Clemente's Kate Hutchinson 170-9 DT US#26 all time.
  • Oakland Relays - Merrill West Tracy CA soph Brittany Daniels has spectacular LJ/TJ double 19-5 and 42-7.

Smith-Benson Relays
Mar 29 at Albany GA - (all times handheld)
Boys - Rodney Coley, Americus 10.7h 100m and 21.8h 200m.
Girls - Miaie Williams, Lowndes 11.6h 100m (Ashley Cousin 11.7h). Stephanie Smith, Northeast Macon 23.7h 200m (Shequita Draper 23.8h) and 55.9h 400m. Monroe HS 46.8h 4x100 (Northeast Macon 47.9h) and 1:40.2h 4x200.

Georgia Honor Roll 4/9
Andrew Hudson's Peach State lists

Donovan Kilmartin maxes out PV standards
Eagle ID multi-events star had to quit at 17-3.5, best in the US this season, because the standards would go no higher. On a rainy, 43-degree night in Idaho, Kilmartin opened at 16-0, missed once at 16-6 before clearing on a bigger pole, and then raised the bar to 17-3.5, the highest the standards would go, clearing on his first attempt. He will have to wait until the Arcadia Invitational this weekend to go higher. He is doing only the pole vault at Arcadia and then will stay in SoCal to compete in the collegiate decathlon at Mt. SAC next week. In the Idaho meet Friday night 4/4, Donovan ran 14.3 in the hurdles, high jumped 6'5 (one jump and quit), and ran a 51.3 split on the 4 x400 relay in addition to the pole vault.

Usain (Thunder) Bolt 20.25 and 45.35
in Jamaican National Championships

Apr 2-5 at National Stadium, Kingston Jamaica - Complete Results
This meet is a preview of Jamaican athletes who will run in the Penn Relays.
Boys - Usain Bolt 20.25 +1.9 200m (Jermaine Barton 21.25, Orion Nicely 21.36, Winston Hutton 21.43) and 45.35 400m. Jermaine Myers 1:50.63 800m. Akeem Smith 13.65 +3.0 110H (Simon Dickens 13.67). Camperdown 40.52 4x100 (Vere Tech 40.95, St. Georges 40.95). Kingston College 3:14.78 4x400 (Holmwood Tech 3:15.20). Carlos Mattis 51-1 TJ (Wilbert Walker 50-6.25). Tesfa Latty 10.24 +1.1 100m. Kimani Williams 50.93 400H.
Girls - Aneisha McLaughlin 23.19 +0.6 200m and 53.06 400m. Kerron Stewart 11.34 100m +1.1 and 23.50 -0.1 200m. Sheryl Morgan 52.69 400m and 58.20 400H (Camille Robinson 58.38, Carlene Robinson 59.69). Carlene Robinson 2:04.98 800m. Latoya 13.39 +1.4 100H (Monique Morgan 13.55). Holmwood Tech 45.19 4x100 (Manchester 45.78, St. Jago 45.97). Holmwood Tech 3:36.72 4x400 (Vere Tech 3:39.23, Manchester 3:42.69, St. Jago 3:43.84). Kedine Geddes 20-1.5 -1.0. Althea Duncan 41-8.75 +4.0

Kansas Week by Anthony Bozarth
Meets still plagued by wind, rain, and snow.

Woodlawn Warrior Invitational
Apr 5 at Woodlawn HS

Western (Baltimore) girls sweep sprint relays and team title. Atholton sr Lindsay Grigoriev doubled in the throws at 42-3 and 134-1. Robert Woodard doubles in meet record times in 100/200.

Woodward Relays
Apr 5 at Walter Johnson HS

Walter Johnson girls, Middletown boys win.

Capital Beltway Classic
Apr 5 at Bowie State University, Bowie MD
Eleanor Roosevelt sweeps.

Carroll County Invitational
Apr 5 at Century HS, Westminster MD
Lansdowne MD sr Glen Edwards 59-7.75 SP.

New York
Hornet Relays
Apr 5 at Midwood HS; Brooklyn NY - 119 teams

Syosset NY boys 10:25.01 DMR.

North Carolina
Gene Cherry's NC Honor Roll #5
latest rankings from the Tarheel state

Hilliard Davidson Invitational
Apr 5 at
Hilliard OH
Pickerington sr Adam Kellermeyer 63-11 SP US#1.

Sandy Invitational
Apr 5 at Sandy OR
Tommy Skipper, who broke his left thumb going for the indoor pole vault record at the Nike Indoor Championships, scored 28 points for his team anyway. Skipper, who is hoping to be able to vault again in late May, won the javelin (190-2) and 100 and was second in the 200.

4/5 PA Week by Don Rich

Double by
Ryan Blood
and triple by
Angie Saterstad (right)

South Carolina
Outback Classic
Apr 5 at Summerville SC
Both PV records broken - Brookland Cayce sr Chase Shealy soared to 17-1, which was 16 inches better than the old meet record. Aiken sr Beth Jordan raised her own meet record one inch to 11-1. Team titles went to the Stratford boys and Lower Richland girls. Lower Richland SC sr Deborah Hawkins 19-0 LJ. A.C. Reynolds NC sr Christina Hernandez doubles 43-3 SP and 141-10 DT (Precious Akins 141-3). . Reynolds NC jr Cade Liverman gets 110/400 hurdle double in 14.62 and 56.77. Midland Valley SC jr Courtney Thomas doubles 12.80 and 25.53 100/200.

Texas Relays
Apr 2-5 at Austin TX DyeStat on-site coverage with Ricky Quintana
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Five Forks Classic
Apr 5 at Dinwiddie HS
Atlee boys, Salem girls
Salem sr Amy Seward 18-10 LJ

Colonial Relays
Apr 4-5 at William & Mary College, Williamsburg VA
Doubles by Steve Huntzinger and Jennifer Boyd
Boys - Ocean City NJ sr John Richardson 4:18.11 mile (Mark Korich PA 4:18.99). Robinson Fairfax VA sr Steve Huntzinger double 62-8.5 SP and 177-1 DT.
Girls - Hickory sr Jennifer Boyd double 5:01.59 mile MR (Jessica Fanning 5:01.64) and 10:03.64 3000m. Kellam 9:22.77 4x800. Cardinal O'Hara PA 12:35.16 DMR.


Race Walk
Michael Roth's 2003 indoor All-Americans and final indoor rankings.

DyeStat Elite
2003 Outdoor Cutoff Table
What will it take to be ranked in the DyeStat Elite top 100 national rankings in the 2003 outdoor season? What did it take to be US#1 in 2002? US#50? What did it take to win the major meets last year? What did it take last year to be All-American (6th at the adidas Outdoor Championships)? What will it take to get in AOC or Junior Nationals this year? The answers are in the DyeStat Elite cutoff table.

National Indoor Rankings
DyeStat Elite lists 3,200 performances
DyeStat Elite -- 3,200 performances from 436 meets meeting DyeStat Elite cutoffs for top 100 national ranking with data received by March 12.. There are 10 new national leaders among 400 new marks since the last update. March 12 update
Indoor rankings will be updated one final time during the week of April 7.
Jim Spier's Top 5 - separate lists for banked and oversized ovals - March 20 update
Roth's Race Walk 2003 indoor race walk national rankings - March 22 final indoor - Roth's Race Walk All Americans
Gourley's List 2003 indoor weight throw national rankings - March 30 update

About Outdoor and Indoor rankings
As the seasons overlap, we have started our outdoor coverage. We will continue to accept indoor results and DyeStat Elite indoor rankings input until April 7. The first DyeStat Elite outdoor rankings and the final indoor rankings will be posted by April 10.

Crowded post-season schedule
Eight days in June present high school athletes a crowded schedule of post-season meets.
Those we know of are:
13-14 adidas Outdoor Championships
14 New England Championships
14 Midwest Meet of Champions (MI, OH, WV, IN)
14 Iowa Senior Spotlight (IL, WI, NE, IA)
15 Golden West Invitational
16 Holmdel Invitational
17-18 Connecticut Multi-Events
19-21 USA Outdoor (Junior Nationals)

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27th Golden South Classic
May 31 Orlando FL
a DyeStat featured meet

28th Great Southwest Classic
May 22-24 Albuquerque NM

2003 Indoor
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All-time lists - all records
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Sept 26-27, 2003 Cary NC
NSSF announces details for 2003 Great American Cross Country Festival.

Loucks Games
May 9-10 White Plains NY
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Last Week

major meets around the country and highlights from the states   
alphabetical by state

Nokia Sugar Bowl Classic
Friday-Saturday, March 28-29 at Tad Gormley Stadium, New Orleans - Complete Results |
DyeStat on-site - first 2003 outdoor meet - Donna on the Side |

Saturday was windy, cold, and rainy - strong headwinds in main straightaway made all finals times slower than prelims - many teams left during a 45-minute thunderstorm delay in mid-afternoon between the girls and boys 800.
Willie Hordge - After breaking meet records for both the 100 and 200 in Friday night prelims, the Forest Brook Houston TX senior came back to win four events on Saturday, adding come from behind anchors in the 4x100 and 4x200 to victories in the 100 and 200 finals.

Chandler-Rotary Invitational
Mar 29 - 63 teams from AZ, CO, ID, TX, and CA - Results
Boys - Mountain View. Tomas Navarro 60-9 SP. Jason Perkins 180-9 DT.
Girls - Peoria (Onyepunuka sisters 1-2 in both dashes - 46.12 4x100). Whitney Hardt doubles in 2:14.59 800m and 5:02.65 1600m. April Kubishta 12-3 PV. Katie Morgan doubles with 5-6 HJ and 12-0 PV.

Arkansas Week
Mar 26 report by
Wallace Spearmon and Sydney Scarborough lead Fayetteville in home meet.

saturation coverage of the Golden State by Doug Speck and Rich Gonzalez
Outdoor results are pouring in. 25 meets this week, including Pasadena and Stanford.

Stanford Invitational
Mar 28-29 Palo Alto CA DyeStatCal on-site by Adam Hall
DJ Smith (Foothill, Pleasanton) 10.80 100m heat -
Renee Williams (Skyline, Oakland) - 19-10.25 LJ win 100m 11.99 qualifier!!
G-3000: Ruth Graham (Gunn, Palo Alto) 10:02.70
G-DMR: University (SD) 12:19.82 (by 13 seconds!)
G-SP: Jessica Pressley (Laguna Creek, Elk Grove) 49-04
B-3000: Tim Nelson 8:33.10
B-DMR: University City (SD) 10:36.11

Pasadena Games
Mar 29 Pasadena CA - DyeStatCal on-site by Doug Speck & Rich Gonzalez
Allyson Felix - Mind-Blowing 52.26 out of the Blocks for 400m, then 45 minutes later she goes 23.21 200 in lane 2.
B-3200: Phillip Reid goes 8:58.45 on very warm day
G-800: Ashley Freeman 2:12.91
G 4x100: Wilson Long Beach 46.19
B-800: Bryan Rodie 1:52.89
B-400: Jeff Jacobs 48.13

Christiana Relays
Mar 29 at Christiana HS, Newark DE - Results

60th Florida Relays
Mar 26-29 at Gainesville FL - Results - Ricky Quintana coverage on
Xavier Carter 10.49. Steve Hassen 4:13.37 mile (Paul Cross 4:15.55). Jenny Barringer doubles in 4:59.38 mile (Florida #20 all time) and 11:08.27 2-mile. Valerie Rodriguez 2:16 and 5:08 DMR split leads Our Lady of Lourdes girls. Chip Heuser 17-0 PV. Nadia Covington double 18-7 +0.2 and 39-09.50 +0.0. Viktoria Andonova double 5-10 HJ and 40-03.50 +0.8 TJ. Oak Ridge FL girls 3:49.23 4x400.
High School 1A-2A was cancelled due to weather.

Weather cancels most meets
Anthony Bozarth's report - March 26

Cougar Relays
Mar 29 at Quince Orchard HS - Results
Northwest boys, Walter Johnson girls win

Bulldog Invitational
Mar 28 at Mississippi State University - Results
Central Tuscaloosa sweeps team titles -
Boys - Grandview Kansas City MO sr Elliot Morant triples 10.69 +2.4 100m, 14.38 +0.3 110H, and 38.31 300H. Central Tuscaloosa's Paul Wynn 23-2 LJ. Central Tuscaloosa's Brandon Hamilton 58-0.25 SP.
Girls - Pearl MS freshman Bianca Knight doubles 11.88 +3.4 100m and 24.88 200m. Tuscaloosa Christian sr Joy Griffith doubles 5:21.73 1600m and 11:06.49 3200m. Central Tuscaloosa's Ladedria Taylor doubles in hurdles 15.49 +2.7 and 46.73. Central Tuscaloosa sweeps re3lays in 48.27, 1:41.79, and 4:21.19.

New York
Bishop Ford Invitational
Mar 29 - Results

North Carolina
7th Burlington Times News Classic
Mar 29 at Cummings HS, Burlington NC - Results
Tiffany Roberts doubles 12.40 100m and 25.49 200m. Cummings sr Chandra Pulliam doubles 14.45 100H and 45.44 300H.

South Carolina
Coaches Classic
Mar 29 at Spring Valley HS, Columbia SC - Results
Boys - S. Florence's James Hanna 10.59 100m. Brookland-Cayce sr Chase Shealy 16-6 PV.
Girls - Northwestern soph Tiaerra McLaurin 11.80 100m. Northwestern jr Angelina Blackmon doubles 5:15.90 1600m and 11:24.10 3200m. Lower Richland sr Deborah Hawkins 19-4 LJ. Fort Dorchester's Chasity Johnson doubles 5-6 HJ and 39-2 TJ.

Michael Johnson Relays
Mar 29 at Loos Stadium, Dallas TX - Results
Skyline girls romp, with relays sweep and MVP Krystin Lacy 11.34 100m.
Plano East boys win, with MVP Terrance Wheatley (10.05 100m, 20-9.25 LJ and 46-2 TJ)

Legard Relays
Mar 28-29 at Woodson HS - Results
Jefferson boys run 18:09.6 4x1600 relay with splits of Kyle Smith-4:43, Chris Mocko-4:35, Christo Landry-4:23, Keith Bechtol-4:28. Sophomore, two juniors and a senior.
None of them ran on the winning 8:19.8 the next day in the 4x8.

Chris Solinsky 4:07.6 - Six days after his big win in the NIC 2-mile, Stevens Point WI sr Chris Solinsky ran a PR in the 1600 at home in the SPASH Invite.

World Cross Country Championships
Mar 29-30, 2003 at Swiss National Equestrian Center, Avenches, Switzerland
DyeStat on-site coverage by John Nepolitan
John's Diary
John Nepolitan, coach of the Don Bosco HS team in New Jersey, is going to his third straight World Cross. This time, he is taking a diary along with his camera to record thoughts as well as images.
Part 1 - Why I Love Cross Country
Part 2 - off to Lausanne and a peek at the course: "simply difficult"
Part 3 - Day 1 racing: US women get bronze

Part 4 - more Kenya v. Ethiopia
Part 5 - Home again

Pix Page: Junior Women

Reggie Witherspoon's 46.11
vs. William Reed's 46.84

Solomon's Decision by Track and Field News - both records will count.
coaches Chris Malcolm and Arnie Shiffrin talk about the race and their athletes.
Reggie Witherspoon speaks out: "I believe the safety of the athletes is more important than a record. No matter what they decide to do I still know that 46.11 is still going to be 46.11, and 400m is still 400m. There are other problems in this world, and this record shouldn't be added to that long list of problems that the world is already facing."


College choices
Cole Herron - Sanger CA high jumper (7-0) has accepted an appointment to the US Naval Academy.
Distance runners Pete Hess of Toms River North NJ and Patrick Bailey, four-time Maryland state champ, will run for the University of Maryland.
Darren Woods - Tacoma WA sprinter has committed to UC-Berkeley.
Chase Shealy - South Carolina pole vaulter (17-0) will attend Arkansas State to be close to Earl Bell's pole vault camp.
Briene Simmons - Georgia 800 meter champion (2:08) will sign with Penn State.
Meghan Braffet - Illinois distance star has chosen the University of Maryland.
Mullen twins
- Bronxville NY distance stars Caroline and Catha Mullen will go to Princeton.
Amy Seward
- Virginia state LJ/TJ champ will fly south to the University of Miami FL.
Steve Hassen and Ryder Leary Florida distance standouts will stay in state to run for the University of Florida (from Ricky Quintana on
Jennifer Boyd - Hickory VA distance star (4:56.34 mile, 10:53.40 2 mile indoors) chooses North Carolina State.
Laura Meyers - CA Div 4 cross country champion, will travel across the continent to New York City to run for Columbia University.
Janice Davis - of Natchez MS, will give Stanford a sprinter (11.33, 23.38, and 52.92) to go with their mighty distance corps.
Chaime Breaux - Killeen TX sprinter (6.73 US#1) and triple jumper (48-7.75 US#3) has chosen Texas Christian.
Bobby Mack
- North Forsyth Winston Salem NC miler (4:12.11 US#4 this season) will attend North Carolina State.
Rachel Umberger - Concord NH, 2:09.67 800m national champion at Raleigh last June, has chosen Duke.
Amy Menlove - Alta UT sprint and long jump champion will attend Brigham Young
Deyon Williams - Suitland MD sprint, hurdle, and high jump champ has signed with Virginia.
Kelly Reynolds - Toll Gate RI hammer/weight thrower (Golden West champion) has committed to Duke.
See 300 college choices by the class of 2003 listed by state and college. Signing Pix too

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Last Week

Nike Indoor Championships

DyeStat On-Site coverage from Landover MD with John Dye, Donna Dye, Derek Dye, Scott Dance, Rich Gonzalez, Ricky Quintana, Pete Cava, and Elliot Denman.
Results, Pix, and Stories
| NSSF site | Complete Results BOYS - GIRLS
| DyeStatCal covers California angles | Pearl Watts reports on Virginia angles |

Donna on the Side:
Scenes of the athletes, fans, coaches, and families on the sidelines at Landover MD.
Chapter 1 - 111 photos of race walk, shuttle hurdles, 4-mile relay, pentathlon, jumps.
Chapter 2
- 82 photos of relays, mile, 2-mile, pole vault, throws, and more.

Surgery for Tommy Skipper
Sandy OR sr Tommy Skipper, who won the NIC pole vault at 17-3.75 before breaking his left thumb when his pole shattered on takeoff attempting a national record, is to undergo surgery Thursday. His outdoor season is in doubt. "I'm very disappointed," Skipper told the Portland Oregonian. "That was my second meet this season, and I was feeling really good about my runway approach, my takeoff was looking better, everything felt like it was coming together. It's hard to tell yet whether I'll be able to go at the state meet. I don't know much about the healing process or how strong the thumb will be."

National Scholastic Indoor Championships

DyeStat on-site coverage from New York with Don Rich and Matt (Jersey Guy) Soja.
COMPLETE RESULTS | Friday | Saturday | Sunday | Pearl Watts reports on VA
| DyeStatCal California angles | Winners Table - Jamaicans and Canadians win 6 events|
| Pix Pages: BOYS - GIRLS |

IAAF World Indoor Championships, Birmingham England.
Allyson Felix advances to semis!
California high school star ran second in first round 200 meter heat in 23.36 to advance to the semifinals, where she ran well (23.29) but just missed the finals. Kirby Lee story on Allyson. IAAF home page


Hail to the Cross Country Parents
A special edition of Donna on the Side - Donna Dye's survey of cross country moms and dads tells their emotions, dreams, and fears as they watch from the sidelines.
Hail to the Parents

SCHOLAR-ATHLETE Donna Dye's guide to the college recruiting game: eligibility rules, recruiting rules, experiences, organizations, helpful web sites, scholarships & loans, and careers & majors.

DyeStat Featured Meets
Meets that are covered in depth by DyeStat in 2002-2003
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