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All the news of big weekend in 10 states.

Donna on the Side
at the Hispanic Games
in the New York Armory

65 scenes from the sidelines, plus a chat with Mike Morrison, Latin student and the nation's leading high jumper (left).

"Track makes me tick," says Mike, who keeps raising his goals one inch at a time.

Big Weekend in New York, Maryland, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Colorado, New Jersey, Ohio and New Hampshire - new national leaders pop up everywhere.

Trotter twins race to victory in fastest mile of the season
in the Hispanic Games at the New York Armory

National Rankings
Jim Spier's top 5 -- US leaders updated January 12 with separate lists for banked and flat tracks.

Gourley's List
January 12 update for 2003 indoor weight throw national rankings.

THIS WEEK - results, rankings, and other current news
alphabetical order by state

-- complete Golden State coverage by Doug Speck and Rich Gonzalez
| 2003 event previews | Year-end XC rankings | Clinics |

Air Force All Comers
Jan 11 at Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs CO
Mitchell Colorado Springs sr Diane Anderson posted the fastest 60 meter dash time of the season (7.65) and second fastest 200 meter (24.14). Liberty Colorado Springs sr Ashley Owens 7.65 was in a virtual dead heat with Anderson, with the timers going to the thousandths to separate them. Highlights

LSU Classic - Home Page | Complete Results | 52 DyeStat Elite marks
Jan 10-11 at Lousiana State U., Baton Rouge LA

Courtney Champion

Collins Hill GA junior
wins star studded 55 meters

High powered 55 meter finals
Beaumont TX jr Ivory Williams 6.32 US#2 (Jerald Watson 6.39, Chris Taylor 6.41).
Collins Hill GA jr Courtney Champion 6.85 US#1 (Janice Davis 6.99 US#2, Jessica Ohanaja 7.04, Stephanie Smith 7.14).
Natchez MS sr Janice Davis came back to win the 400 in 56.52 (Katrina Taylor 54.80, Stephanie Smith 58.38).
Wheeler GA sr Reggie Witherspoon won the boys 400 in 49.44 (Irie Williams 49.93).
Westbury Houston TX jr Jessica Ohanaja 8.13 55H US#3.
Natchez MS Kedrick Gibbons 7.41 55H US#3.
Corey Mills of Christian Brothers 59-6.25 SP.

Corey Mills
Ivory Williams
Jessica Ohanaja


2nd Montgomery Invitational - Home Page | Results |
Jan 11 at PG Sportsplex, Landover MD | 46 DyeStat Elite performances

US#1 55D by Joe Robinson 6.26
Potomac VA soph Kharya Brown 7.24 55D (Natalie McKenzie 7.29). Largo MD jr Sirdonea Davis 57.33 400m. Hickory VA sr Jennifer Boyd 5:03.28 mile. Gar-Field VA sr Afua Amponsah 8.25 55H (Tiffany Nesfield 8.30). Largo MD swept the 4x200 (1:44.34) and 4x400 (4:00.89), but was edged by Walter Johnson MD in the 4x800, 9:48.16 to 9:49.20. (Western MD 9:50.80). Paint Branch MD jr Toni Aluko tripled in 5-6, 17-3, and 35-9.Gar-Field VA sr Tiffany Evans 44-4 SP, just behind her former US#1 mark of 45-2.5 (Jennifer Dahlgren threw 47-0.75 at the Carl Lewis Inv in Houston).
Boys - Potomac VA sr Joseph Robinson 6.34 55D (Robert Woodard 6.47) ran 6.26 in the prelims to claim the US#1 time this season. Archbishop Carroll DC freshman Randy Lee 49.95 (Dean Lee 49.98). Wakefield VA sr Peter Quinzio 4:21.24 mile (Jeff Dazy 4:22.68). Wilson DC 1:32.62 4x200. Archbishop Carroll DC 3:26.45 4x400. West Springfield VA 8:04.2 4x800. Colonial For Jerome Miller doubled in 6-8 and 43-10. Six shot putters top 50 feet, led by Leif Krago of Bowie at 58-5.5.

Wilson Long Beach CA could not attend because of state association rulings. Meet Director Tom Martin said, "The State of California would not let Wilson run as anything but a club or unattached and the Maryland association wouldn't let any team other than an official HS team compete." Apparently Wilson was already in the area and switched to George Mason University to run unattached in a college meet. They acquitted themselves well there with DyeStat Elite times in the 4x400 relay (3:53.50), the 400m (Mackenzie Hill 57.06) and the 500m (Ashley Freeman 1:15.38).


New Hampshire
34th Dartmouth Relays - Home Page | Results
Jan 10-12 at Dartmouth College, Hanover NH - | 38 DyeStat Elite marks

top pole vaults
Anna McFarlane
12-7.25 US#1 and Andrew Park 15-6.25 US#3
Girls -
Concord MA jr Anna McFarlane took the US season lead at 12-7.25 PV. Timberlane NH sr Jessica Flinn won the championship mile in 4:59.41 by nearly 5 seconds, with Beaconsfield (MA? Canada?) soph sisters Lise and Avril Ogrodnick 2-3. Roger-Comtois jr Genevieve Thibault 7.23 55D. LaSalle RI jr Allison Fogarty 57.93 400m (Michelle Seibert 58.17, Mary Heitkamp 58.22). Hanover NH sr Catherine Bryson 11:19.25 2-mile. Holy Names NY sr Liz Maloy 2:15.88 800m (co-favorite Rachel Umberger did not run). Williamsville South NY sr Ronnetta Alexander 8.11 55H US#3. Barnstable MA sr Stephanie Jeffers 41-11.25 SP. Chantelle Dron led a youth team representing Lynx Elite Athletics to third in the women's open DMR with a 3:29 1200 meter leg including splits of 2:18 for 800 meters and 2:53 for 1000 meters.
Boys - Fairport NY sr Andrew Park vaulted 15-6.25, a quarter inch higher than previous US#1 Gavin McMahon's mark at the Hispanic Games, but third in the US behind Texas vaulters Ty Barrington and Brandon McFarling at 16-3 in the Carl Lewis Inv in Houston. Bishop Hendricken RI sr David Murphy was a 4-second winner in the boys championship mile in 4:18.50. Hanover NH sr Russell Brown 1:56.35 edged John Gillespie 1:56.96, with two more boys under 2 minutes. Amityville NY 1:34.20. Hope RI jr Yudehweh Gbaa doubled in 7.69 55H and 46-0.75 TJ.
Team titles went to St. John's Prep MA boys 35 and Ward Melville NY girls 26.

Running in the college/open mile, home schooled Josh McDougal ran 4th in 4:17.34.

New Jersey
NJ Relay Championships
Jan 12 at Princeton - Group 1 and 4
boys double includes 3:36.58 sprint medley, nation's fastest of the year this season. The third of the DiGiorgio brothers, Steve, wins shot put at 52-3. Team titles go to Winslow and Metuchen boys and Jackson and Haddonfield girls. Haddonfield overcomes three relay wins by Queen of Peace. Highlights by Jersey Guy

New York
Colgate Women's Games week 3
Alexandra Coppadge DE 5-6 HJ. A close 1500 was won by Willingboro NJ freshman Brittnee Bynoe in 4:44.5 (Kristin Farley NY 4:44.6 and Angie Saterstad PA 4:45.5).
Complete Results

New York
9th Hispanic Games

| Home Page | Complete Results | 141 DyeStat Elite performances | Winners Table |
Jan 11 at the New York Armory - a DyeStat on-site meet
Donna on the Side - Coming: many more action pix

11 new national leaders, including:

Newburgh NY1:28.54 4x200

Shana Cox 24.08 200m
Natasha Hastings 24.51 in lane 4 appeared to have made up some of the stagger on Cox in lane 5 through 150 meters, but Cox powered off the last turn to win without an argument through the stretch.

Mike Morrison 7-3 HJ
The Willingboro NJ sr boomed over on his third attempt with plenty of room to spare to the delight of a packed Armory crowd. After going down to his third attempt before clearing 7-0, Morrison raised the bar three inches and again missed his first two attempts. Then, Morrison soared over in a perfect arc and the crowd's rhythmic clapping turned to a roar.

Brian Dalpiaz 4:14.52 mile
Sayville NY sr appeared all the way back from his emergency appendectomy last August as he outkicked Kevin Tschirhart to win impressively in the fastest mile this year in the US. Tschirhart was second in 4:16.77. Chris Pannone rallied to win a 3-way fight for third in 4:19.72. Dalpiaz led for the first few laps with a 4-way single file lead group consisting of Dalpiaz, Jeremy Zagorski, Brian McCabe and Tschirhart. Tschirhart moved to the front at the end of the sixth lap, but Dalpiaz stuck on his right shoulder until striking quickly on the backstretch of the last lap. Tschirhart broke the New York State boys indoor sophomore class record of 4:19.5 set in 1971 by Matt Centrowitz {Power Memorial]..

Natasha Hastings 53.80 400m
A.P. Randolph NY star spotted Eleanor Roosevelt MD sr Tiandra Ponteen 55.07 a big lead through one lap in 24.4, but burst from behind in the last 100 meters to win in the stretch. William Penn PA sr Juanita Broaddus was third in the seeded section in 55.82. Willingboro NJ Okechi Ogbuokiri won the second section in 55.05 to claim second overall. Hastings ran the fastest 400 in the nation this season and the 11th fastest on Jack Shepard's all time indoor list, where Hastings already stands 6th. "I was a little worried (after one lap)," Hastings said, "but I stuck to my plan and hit my target time right on the nose."

Trotter twins 4:55.42 and 4:55.54 mile
Bayshore NY soph Laura Cummings blew out to a big early lead and was still out there as the bell rang for the last lap. But Katy and Amanda Trotter had moved up to second and third and kicked as a team in a sizzling last lap. The Trotters caught Cummings in half a lap and won going away to place 1-2 on the 2003 indoor season rankings. Cummings held on for third in 4:58.33 US#5 and Heather Iatauro was fourth in 5:02.80 US#6. Cummings' big lead muted the expected battle of the twins -- the Trotters of New Jersey and the Mullens of New York -- as the Mullens were never in contention.

Kent State HS Open
Jan 12, Kent State University, Kent OH - Complete Results 13 DyeStat Elite performances
Tianna Madison opens with 4 wins; Rademacher 15-7 US#3
Girls - Elyria OH sr Tianna Madison quads in 7.78 US#3, 25.54 200m, 18-2.25 LJ and 36-6.5 TJ. Mt. Vernon OH sr Lindsey Hill 42-2.75 SP. Concordia Ft Wayne IN jr Alissa McKaig 11:01 3200m.
Boys - Hickory PA jr Andrew Rademacher 15-7 PV US#3. Glenville Cleveland OH boys 3:22.37 4x400. Marion-Frank OH sr Kiwan Lawson 22-10.25 LJ. Hickory PA sr Dante Marshall 45-1.25.


Don Rich's Weekly Roundup Jan 11

left, Cedar Cliff senior Pat Philbin ran alone to a 9:51 3200 win @ Dickinson College 1/10.


Carl Lewis Invitational - Highlights | Complete Results |
Jan 11 at U. of Houston, Houston TX - 31 DyeStat Elite performances
Sophomore class record for Scott Sellers 7-2
Cinco Katy Ranch TX sophomore gets national class record and the US#2 jump behind Mike Morrison's 7-3 at the Hispanic Games in New York. Sellers went 6'6", 6' 8", 7' 0.25" (breaking old soph record of 7' 0), 7' 2, and missed 3 times at 7' 3".
new US#1: Caresir Hamilton, Poteet Mesquite TX sr 5-9 HJ and Klein TX sr Jennifer Dahlgren 47-0.75 SP. Killeen Ellison TX sr Chaime Breaux 6.83 60D and 48-7.75 TJ. Carroll Southlake TX jr Ty Barrington and College Station TX sr Brandon McFarling, each 16-3.

Girls - Heralded Houston TX freshman Brandi Cross ((she ran 53.75 in 7th grade and 53.40 in 8th grade) won the 400 in 58.37. Faith Barlow of Holmes 10:30.08 3000m. Alexis Rogers, unattached 9.07 60H. Mayde Creek TX sr Brenda Faluade doubles in 18-3.5 LJ and 36-4.25 TJ.
Boys - Tyler Witham, Cinco Ranch 8.11 60H (Jeremy Jackson 8.12, Jason Richardson 8.13). Katy TX sr Dallas Griffin 57-10.25 SP.

Keydet Invitational
Jan 11 at Virginia Military Institute, Lexington VA
US#1 shot put by Steve Huntzinger 62-5
Also: Cummings Burlington NC sr Chandra Pulliam doubled in 7.50 55D and 8.41 55H. Osbourn Stephanie Myers double with 5-4 HJ and 32-7.75 TJ. Spotswood VA sr Jennifer Showker 39-7 SP. Complete Results on MileStat

CNU Showcase
Jan 10-11 at Christopher Newport U., Newport News VA
US#1 1000m by Alex Tatu 2:30.45
Girls -
Tallwood VA jr Faraign Giles 7.30 55D (Jessica Thomas 7.31). Bethel VA fr Francena McCrory 40.11 300m (Giles 40.53). Bethel VA jr Charrisse Bullock 1:19.12 500m. Kellam VA jr Natalie Sherbak 3:03 1000m. Kellam VA sr Kelley Taylor 5:14.97. Forest Park VA jr Beth Fahey 11:08.81 3200m. Bethel VA 4:01.21 4x400. Lake Braddock VA soph Ashley Haislip 5-4 HJ. Prince George VA sr Rhiann Jenks 11-0 PV. Lake Braddock VA sr Catherine Muehleib 39-6.25 SP. Bethel VA sr Lavonne Iolette doubles with 17-6.5 LJ and 36-6.5 TJ. Kellam VA 9:39.4 4x800.
Boys - Lake Braddock VA sr Craig Gallimore 7.59 55H. Atlee VA sr Anthony Easter 1:06.88. Thomas Dale VA sr Alex Tatu 2:30.45. Fork Union VA sr Andrew Keino 4:17.53 1600m. Lake Braddock VA sr Steve Hoogland 9:32.41 3200m. Forest Park VA sr Reynold Smith 23-1 LJ. First Colonial Khalif Mitchell 56-5 SP. Midlothian VA 8:03.30 4x800.
Complete Results on MileStat

Nike Sprint Summit - Details are released for a new attraction that Nike Indoor Championships officials call "the sprint clinic of the future." The clinic with Nike athletes and leading coaches will be held Friday March 13, the evening before NIC March 14-15 at PG County Sportsplex, Landover MD . Which Nike athletes will participate depends on who is competing in the World Indoor Championships in England the same weekend. Nike Sprint Summit release | NIC home page.

Nike Athlete of the Week
Shana Cox
J-Mee Samuels

The first Nike Athlete of the Week awards of the 2003 indoor season go to Holy Trinity NY sr Shana Cox and Mt. Tabor NC soph J-Mee Samuels. Cox shattered the national indoor record for 300 meters at 37.59 in the New York Armory. Samuels kicked off his sophomore campaign with an impressive 55-300 double at the NC Opener at Chapel Hill NC.

Nike Athlete of the Week index

Indoor National Rankings
2003 indoor rankings with data received through January 6
DyeStat Elite -- 478 performances meeting DyeStat cutoffs for top 100 national ranking.
Jim Spier's top 5 -- US top 5 with separate lists for banked and flat tracks.
How to get ranked
To get on the DyeStat Elite national rankings for 2003 indoor, you have to beat the cutoffs for your event and then submit the information on the performance input form.

College Choices
We now have 257 college choices by the class of 2003 from the early signing period in November. Some recent choices of note:

  • Ken Sinkovitz, 2002 800m 1:53.88 in, champ of NJ, NSIC, Eastern States, to Princeton
  • Stephanie Smith, Macon GA, 23.88 200m, 53.89 400m, YAC double, GA 3A champ, to South Carolina
  • Tiandra Ponteen, MD, sprints, NIC 400m champ, US#1 500m 2002, to Florida
  • Arthur Davis, Williamson AL, 46.58 400m - AL 5A and Mobile MOC champ, to Mississippi State.
  • Mark Jelks, Indiana 100-200 champion, to Texas Christian
  • Lisa Wilson, 11.45 100m Texas 3A champion, to Houston
  • Andrew Park, Fairport NY, 15-5 PV, 2-time NY champ, to Princeton.
  • Lindsay Rosales, Washingtonville NY 11-6 pole vaulter, to East Carolina
  • Diane Anderson, Colorado triple state meet gold last year (200, 400, 4x800) for Denver East, to Wake Forest. (Diane will run this year for Mitchell Colorado Springs.)
  • Nicole Millette, Rhode Island cross country champion, to Rhode Island
  • Lindsay Grigoriev, MD hep, throws; 1st Penn Relays, MD 2A, AAU JO, to Kansas State
  • Adam Linkenauger, Virginia AA high jump champ (6-10), to Clemson.
  • Julia Cathcart, a 2002 MS grad who is studying in France for a year, signed with William & Mary for next year.

College Choices - choices listed by state and college. Signing Pix too


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.


Nike Athletes of the Week
We select an outstanding boy and girl each week as Nike Athlete of the Week.


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Nike Indoor

March 15-16 at Landover MD
5th NIC has added attraction:
the Nike Sprint Summit

The NCAA cross country championships will be shown on Fox Sports outlets from January 8 to 29. NCAA TV Schedule

Last Week

Glen Mills' Tyree Suber 54-3 SP and Hickory jr Andrew Rademacher 14-6 PV.
1/4 Weekly roundup by Don Rich

North Carolina
NC Opener - U. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Mark Sturgis gets US#1 47-3.25 TJ. Marque Hall 58-8.25 SP US#2. Sprint doubles by J-Mee Samuels and Tiffany Roberts. Team titles to North Rowan boys and Mt. Tabor girls
Complete Results with Jim Spier's report and 34 DyeStat Elite performances listed

New York
Millrose Games Relay Qualifiers - Fordham Prep improved on its US#1 4x800 by winning the CHSAA trial in 7:55.25 led by Jose Fernandez' 1:56.9 split. Bishop Loughlin won the girls 4x400 in 3:59.10. In the PSAL 4x400 trials, Thomas Jefferson 3:22.79 won the boys and A.P. Randolph 3:54.82 US#2 won the girls. Complete results on

New York
PSAL Open - New York Armory
US#1 marks
by Janine Davis 1:32.11 600m (9th fastest US girl ever) and Janine Ricci 10:20.24 3000m. Robert Keizer 46-9.25 TJ US#3. Paul Robeson girls, Hillsborough boys win team titles.
Results and highlights with 42 DyeStat Elite performances

New York
Southern Tier Invitational - Cornell University
Boys - Gates Chili Tracy Dewitt doubles in 6.63 55D and 35.23 300m. Gates Chili NY 3:28.17 4x400. Bay Shore Jemel Wilson 21-10.75 LJ.
Girls - Wilson Magnet jr Kela Jackson doubles in 7.29 55D and 18-5.25 LJ. Michelle Siebert, Ward Melville 1:38.22 600m. Farmingdale Sashoye Wilson 36-8.25 TJ. Gates Chili Beth Sosik 11-3.5 PV. Complete Results

New York
Colgate Women's Games Week 2 - Pratt Institute
Merion Academy PA sr Tiffany Abney doubled in 6.9h 55D and 57.8h 400m. Imani Philadelphia PA 7th grader Clarenchell Tate equalled the middle school meet record 6.9h 55D she set in week 1. Tate also won the middle school 200 in 25.4h for the second straight week. Bishop Loughlin NY fr Janean Morris 2:17.6 800m. Parkville MD 8th grader Devon Williams doubled in 2:19.3 800m and 4:57.9 1500m in middle school races. Detailed Results

New York
Section 11 Crossover meets - Suffolk CC
Northport soph Kevin Tschirhart edged Sayville sr Brian Dalpiaz at 1000 meters, 2:32.4 to 2:34.3. Girls 3000 meter races were won by Northport jr Lindsay Sundell 10:23.5 and Bay Shore soph Laura Cummings 10:39.0. Northport boys 8:12.0 4x800. Complete results at BOYS | GIRLS

New Jersey
Passaic Valley sr Jesse Mizzone ran an impressive double, 5:11.76 1600m, winning by 23 seconds, and 10:59.11 3200m, winning by 73 seconds, in the Northern Hills Conference championships at Drew U. W. Orange sr Cynthia Douglas 39-0 SP.

Home schooled NH soph Chantelle Dron ran a 2:11.1 800, fastest in the country this season, in the Boston U. all comers meet Jan. 4

Bromfield Harvard MA sr Ari Lambie is recuperating nicely from the illness that cost her any chance at Foot Locker nationals in San Diego. On a 10.5 laps to the mile track in a dual meet at Shrewsbury HS, Lambie ran a mile in 5:01.6, third fastest in the nation this season, winning by 41 seconds.

-- complete Golden State coverage by Doug Speck and Rich Gonzalez

  • 2003 track and field previews
  • Year-end divisional top 30 California cross country rankings
  • Clinics

USATF All Comers - Colorado School of Mines, Golden CO
Montbello Denver CO sr Toni Smith won the triple jump at 41-4, second best in the US this season, with an all 40-plus series: 40' 5 1/4", 41' 2 3/4", 41' 4", 40' 6 1/2". Mitchell Colorado Springs sr Diane Anderson 39.54 300m. Washington Denver jr Elisabeth Goshu 3:03.09 1000m. Highlights

Katya Kostetskaya, Russian student at Jonesboro AR, continues her international shuttling between meets. After running a 5:05.12 mile in the Kickoff Klassic in Arkansas, Katya flew to Russia for the St. Petersburg Youth Championships, where she doubled in 1:34.30 600m and 2:53.10 1000m. Then she finished her tour by finishing second in the Russian Youth Championships 1500 meters with a time of 4:38.2, fastest of the season by a US runner, and running 2:16.30 for 800 meters. Now she flies back to Arkansas for her sophomore year at Jonesboro.

Gourley's List Jan 5
Shelton WA sr Nick Owens and North Cobb Marietta GA sr Della Clark still lead Bob Gourley's second national weight throw lists of the 2003 indoor season. Gourley's List Jan 5

Cross Country wrapup

The Harrier rankings
Mountain View boys, Saratoga girls are #1
12/23/02 -- Marc Bloom's final Harrier magazine rankings of the 2002 season confirmed the 5th season lists: the number one teams in the nation are the Mountain View UT boys and the Saratoga NY girls. It is the third straight year for Saratoga girls to be on top. The Harrier top 10 national and top 5 regional teams.

DyeStat Elite cross country update #9
3,480 performances on national lists
The DyeStat Elite cross country performance lists have 3,480 performances from 633 meets. The first three Foot Locker regions and the California state meet are included. Lists include 3 mile and 5k times meeting cutoffs. List Number 9

What is the toughest cross country course in the country?
DyeStat readers tell us about their toughest courses

What is the toughest cross country course in the country? We nominated Hereford HS in Maryland. Now readers are sending in their picks -- Manzano HS NM, Branstrom Park MI, Sioux Passage MO, Holmdel Park NJ, Brandywine Creek DE, Susquenita HS PA, Wolfpack Invitational NC, Canyon de Chelly AZ, Parkhill South MO, Crystal Springs CA, Derryfield Park NH, Waimea HI, Elkins WV, Cuyahoga Valley OH, Trask Mountain OR, Thetford Trails VT, Sunken Meadow NY, Camas WA, Renaissance Run CO, and University of Southern Indiana. Read these and make your own nomination if you think your course is really tough. See Toughest Courses

Great American 2003 will be held September 26-27 at the SAS course, Cary NC. Details will be announced soon. For more information, send email to the National Scholastic Sports Foundation.

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


DyeStat Featured Meets
Meets that will be covered in depth by DyeStat in 2002-2003
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