• Today on DyeStat April 14, 2005
  • College Choices - National Letter of Intent signing period is underway. We have 369 choices listed by state and college. Send us yours.
  • Arcadia Distance Photo Sequence Album - lap by lap story of the mile and 2-mile races.
  • THIS WEEK - Outdoor season kicks into high gear at Taco Bell Classic SC, Texas Relays, and other venues.
  • Rankings updates - Jim's Top 5 - national HS leaders by Jim Spier as of April 11. US Juniors - qualifiers for US Junior Nationals, compiled by Jim Spier and John Blackburn. Coming - outdoor DyeStat Elite, first list of season.
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Galen Rupp trying to run for Oregon
The Associated Press reports that Galen Rupp, the 2004 high school track and field athlete of the year, has hired a law firm to help get NCAA clearance for him to join the University of Oregon track team. The firm submitted documentation to show that Rupp has not compromised his amateur status while training with Alberto Salazar and the Nike-funded Oregon Project. Rupp enrolled at Oregon recently after track coach Martin Smith resigned and Mead Spokane WA coach Pat Tyson was retained as a volunteer distance coach. [more]

College Choices
National Letter of Intent signing period is underway

Chris Barnicle and friends - Fresh off his victory in the prestigious Arcadia 2-mile, the Massachusetts star signs with Arkansas.

The National Letter of Intent signing period for the high school class of 2005 runs from April 13 to August 1. We will have updated our College Choices 2005 lists and now have 369 choices as of April 14. PIctures too. Send information on choices to John Dye, giving name, high school, event, college, and a way to verify. Some significant choices we haven't reported previously:

  • Sam Bryfczynski GA distance - Clemson
  • Jon Thomas IA distance - Oregon
  • Geary Gubbins NY distance - Duke
  • Jared Huske KS hurdles/sprints - Oregon
  • Nkosinza Balumbu CA jumps - Arkansas
  • Bobby Papazian NJ distance - Colorado
  • Jessica Trujillo TX pole vault - Hawaii
  • Tiana Hood CA sprints - Baylor
  • Joe Belokopitsky NY distance - Albany
  • Candis Kelley TX throws - Texas Christian
  • Cody Harper NM distance - North Carolina
  • Ryan Fritz PA high jump - Penn State
  • Sam Ogden NE pole vault - Nebraska
  • Amber Warren MO distance - Missouri
  • Nicole Lister NY distance - Boston College
  • Kate Sherman MA multi - Boston College
  • Tiffany Ofili MI hurdle/LJ - Michigan
  • Kevin Tschirhart NY distance - American
  • Ben Schulz TX distance - Arkansas
  • Dan Lanzillotti TX distance - Northern Arizona
  • Melissa Dewey VA distance - Tennessee
  • Trindon Holliday LA sprints - LSU
  • John Black MI distance - Michigan
  • Ramsay Kavan SD distance - Notre Dame
  • J-Mee Samuels NC sprints - Arkansas
  • Justin Oliver GA sprints/LJ - Texas A&M
  • Chad Brown LA throws - Texas A&M
  • David Gettis CA sprints - Baylor
  • Shyran Champagne LA sprints - Texas A&M
  • Gordon McKenzie NY sprints - Kentucky
  • Jennifer Barringer FL distance - Colorado
  • Whitney Anderson CO distance - Duke
  • Laura Cummings NY distance - North Carolina
  • Brie Felnagle WA distance - North Carolina
  • Zuber Ahmed OR distance - Portland
  • Nicole Schappert FL distance - Wake Forest
  • Elliot Luscombe NY sprints - Stanford
  • Adam Fretwell TX multi - Kansas State
  • Dylan Jaedtke CA distance - Long Beach
  • Fitsum Tesfa CA distance - Long Beach
  • Scott MacPherson TX distance - Arkansas
  • Natasha LaBeaud CA distance - Georgetown
  • Tara Cooper OH throws -- Ashland
  • Ashley Muffet OH throws - Ashland
  • Brian Cortina NJ throws - Miami FL
  • Alicia Follmar CA distance - Stanford
  • Chelsea Taylor jumps - Alabama
  • Inika McPherson high jump - California
  • Quentin Young TX sprints - Texas A&M
  • Emily Sanders GA throws - Mississippi State
  • Jesse Marino GA distance - Georgia
  • Dominique Worsley RI sprints - Illinois
  • Juan Cave PA high jump - Georgia Tech


Before the meet
Donna takes time to smell the flowers, and she also finds a peacock, movie sets, mountain views, and good food.

Arcadia pix John Dye's action pix on most events can be seen by clicking on events in the WINNERS TABLE. A special Distance Photo Sequence Album gives lap by lap story of the mile and 2-mile runs.

Chris Barnicle MA 8:56.20


Kelly Parrish FL 10:27.65

Ken Cormier AZ 4:12.67
Brie Felnagle WA 4:48.42

April 8-9 Arcadia CA
a DyeStat featured meet - DyeStat on-site
INDEX - Friday - DyeStatCal coverage
WINNERS TABLE - event by event coverage

210 DyeStat Elite performances qualifying for top 100 national lists

Arcadia riddles NIKE LIST of US leaders - David Gettis and Brittany Williams
win MVP honors

Doubles by Sade Williams CA (23.63 US#1 and 53.56), Ryan Whiting PA (66-3 US#1 and 199-7 US#1), Brittany Daniels CA (19-5 US#1 and 43-5 US#1), David Klech CA (14.13 and 36.28) - Brie Felnagle WA 4:48.42 US#1 and Ken Cormier AZ 4:12.67 win miles - Chris Barnicle MA 8:56.20 US#1 and Kelly Parrish FL 10:27.65 US#1 win 2-miles - David Gettis CA 46.81 and anchors Dorsey 3:11.49 US#1 - J-Mee Samuels NC 21.10 US#1 - Jamere Holland CA 10.52 -0.2 over Samuels - West Catholic PA girls add third relay win in 3:42.52 - Latavia Thomas PA 2:06.76 US#1

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News items posted to DyeStat in the week ending April 14
  • Jenna Utecht triples in Broward County FL championships.
  • Taco Bell Classic - Host Spring Valley SC girls and Redan GA boys win team titles. US#1 marks by Sarah Bowman VA 2:05.41 and Justin Oliver GA 46.5
  • Texas Relays - Cinco Ranch Katy TX boys have big day at Texas Relays. Scott Sellers 7-5. Fastest prelims in 4x200 and 110H. The Woodlands TX boys 10:25.95 DMR US#1. Wilson Long Beach CA girls 1:36.13 4x200 US#1
  • CA DyeStatCal has all the news from the Golden State
  • CA Arcadia Invitational - DyeStat on-site.
  • CO Runners Roost Inv - D'Evelyn sr John McGuire doubled 1:53.73 800m and 4:22.18 1600m (Mohamud Ige 4:25.19). Montbello sr Chelsea Taylor doubled 19-5 LJ and 5-6 HJ (with one jump before moving on to other events). Montbello boys doubled 41.49 4x100 and 1:26.57 4x200. Maddie McKeever 10:42.00 3200m.
  • FL Broward County Championships -
    Girls - St. Thomas Aquinas 157.5. St. Thomas Aquinas sr Jenna Utecht triples 14.11 +0.4 100H, 5-6 HJ, 19-5 LJ. - Charlene Fuller doubles 11.90 +0.4 100m and 24.21p 200m. Mikaela Jones, Deerfield Beach 54.36 400m. Cypress Bay freshman Emilie Amaro doubled 5:02.02 1600m and 10:48.86 3200m. Fort lauderdale jr Deandra Doyley 42.90 300H. St. Thomas Aquinas doubles 48.52 4x100 and 3:49.95 4x400.
    Boys - Fort Lauderdale 96. Stranahan sr Woody Turenne doubles 10.61 -0.3 100m and 21.75 -0.7. Peterson Senatus, Plantation doubles 14.18 +0.6 110H and 37.75 300H.
  • KS Kansas Week by Anthony Bozarth - At Topeka Relays, it was the Jared Huske show. .Jared Huske (Highland Park, Topeka) ran 110H 13.5h/ 300H 37.46 fat, and 100 11.09 against the wind.  The 110H is the second fastest in Kansas history. Hutchinson boys and Leavenworth girls won team honors at Topeka.. [Anthony Bozarth]
  • MD Woodlawn Invitational - Baltimore
  • MS Ole Miss Invitational -
  • ND Jamestown Eagles Inv - Century Bismarck jr Erika Schroeder doubled 43-4 SP and 150-8 DT.
  • OH Southwest Ohio Coaches Inv - The largest meet in the Greater Cincinnati area is back!  32 teams take to the track at 4 separate sites on Wednesday evening with the top 4 performers from each site, in each event, meeting on Friday night for an early season showdown.  Top athletes scheduled to compete:  Distance stars Angela Bizzarri (Mason) and Jeff See (Middletown) along with upcoming sprinter Anastasia Tarpeh of Walnut Hills. [Jeff Branhan]
    Friday: Middletown OH sr Jeff See 1:54.11 800m, with a negative split after 58.6 first 400 meters. Later, See split 49.6 in Middletown's 4x400 victory.
  • OH Cope Invitational, Salem OH - Springfield OH sr Nick Panezich doubles 60-7 SP and 178-7 DT.

SC 14th Taco Bell Classic - Host Spring Valley SC girls and Redan GA boys win team titles. US#1 marks by Sarah Bowman VA 2:05.41 and Justin Oliver GA 46.5
Justin Oliver (left) 21.68 & 46.75 US#1 Jessica Young  Ridge View  24.42 & 54.59 Sarah Bowman  2:05.41 Aleesha Barber  62.44 400 IH Ridge View  47.44 Smiths Station  3:49.53 Southwest Dekalb  9:34.47 Kamorean Hayes  47'0 & 144'10 Jack Bolas 4:16.87 Toma Walker  1:55.24 Steven Duplinsky  9:19.47 Dennis Martin  14.27 Redan 41.29 & 3:15.74 Ridge View 7:54.40 Dennis Boone 23'11.25 Nigel Orr 49'2.5
Heavy rain and lightning force postponement of Friday events to Saturday. [report from SCrunners.com]

photo by John Seay / scrunners.com

Sarah Bowman VA, Katie Doswell VA and Jessica Nichols SC after the 800.

photo by SCrunners.com

  • TX Texas Relays - live results from TexasSports.com -
    The Woodlands TX boys 10:25.95 DMR US#1
    Wilson Long Beach CA girls 1:36.13 4x200 US#1
    April Williams TX 13.71 100H +3.1
    Trevor Gerland TX 13.80 110H +2.8
    FRIDAY - Scott Sellers high jumps 7-5 and takes his turn on Cinco Ranch Katy TX 1:24.97 US#1 prelim in the Division II 4x200. Cinco Ranch's Trevor Gerland 14.04 +1.6 was the fastest qualifier in the 110m hurdles. Marshall Fort Bend TX boys 3:14.37 were the fastest 4x400 qualifier.
  • VA CNU Captains Classic - Bethel girls and Great Bridge boys win AAA team honors. .
  • VA Faster Farther HIgher Inv - Radford U. - Halifax County sr Shemelia Brandon 18-8.5 +1.5 LJ.
  • WA Skyline tri - Skyline Samammish sr Christina Tupper 40-5.5 TJ.
  • WI Some good marks this weekend at state indoor championships (surely this is the last indoor state meet), including Preble Green Bay sr Steve Marcelle 67-4 SP and Madison Memorial sr Jenny Soceka 13-0 PV.


Donna on the Side in Mobile
Before the Meet - we find some new places to eat. Rancho Verde CA has an unforgettable journey.
the Meet - winners and everyone else on the sidelines

Nike Outdoor
June 17-18, 2005
Great American
Sept 24, 2005
Nike Indoor
March 11-12, 2006


the USA

Once a regional post-season meet, GSW is now inviting top USA athletes to go against the best of 7 SW states, including those jackrabbits from Texas. Albuquerque June 2-4
a DyeStat featured meet

30 future Olympians competed here

June 17-18 Greensboro Registration now open
a DyeStat featured meet


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USA Open XC Camps, CO,
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THE NIKE LIST US leaders - 2005 outdoor
Priority is given to FAT times with wind readings if relevant. e = en route. c = converted from Mile or 2-Mile
Jamere Holland CA 10.40
Kristina Davis CA 11.80
J-Mee Samuels NC 21.10
Sade Williams CA 23.63
Justin Oliver GA 46.75
Sade Williams CA 53.30
Cody Harper NM 1:50.71
Sarah Bowman VA 2:05.41
Nichole Jones TX 4:27.01
Mark Matusak CA 4:10.71
Brie Felnagle WA 4:46.72 c e
Ken Cormier AZ 4:12.67
Brie Felnagle WA 4:48.42
Yosef Ghebray CA 8:21.74
Marie Lawrence NV 9:47.63
Chris Barnicle MA 8:53.00 c e
Kelly Parrish FL 10:23.85 c e

Chris Barnicle MA 8:56.20

Kelly Parrish FL 10:27.65
Trevor Gerland TX 13.85
Aleesha Barber GA 14.10
Taveres Washington GA 36.21
Ebony Collins CA 42.54
David Klech 52.75
Nicole Leach PA 59.31
Scott Sellers 7-5
Viktoria Andonova FL 6-1.5
George Fields SC 24-8.75
Brittany Daniels CA 20-0.25
Nkosinza Balumbu CA 49-8
Brittany Daniels CA 43-1.75 +2.1
Derek Scott CA 16-8
Allison Stokke CA 13-5.75
Ryan Whiting CA 66-3
Kamorean Hayes NC 47-2.5
Ryan Whiting CA 199-7
D'Andra Carter TX 165-9
Preston Chatham LA 208-0
Brad Charters WA 222-0
Emily Bernhardt GA 160-3
Lincoln Tallahassee FL 40.89
Skyline Dallas TX 46.04
Cinco Ranch Katy TX 1:24.97
Wilson Long Beach CA 1:36.13
Dorsey Los Angeles CA 3:11.49
Wilson Long Beach CA 3:41.72
Shaker NY 7:46.43
Archbishop Mitty CA 9:10.96
Albuquerque Academy NM 3:28.94
West Catholic Philadelphia PA 4:00.44
Madera CA 10:19.21
Corona del Mar CA 11:51.66
updated April 13


National Indoor Championship Stats
In the battle of national indoor championships, the National Scholastic Indoor Championships in New York this year had more entries and more DyeStat Elite performances than Nike Indoor Nationals in Maryland. NIN-NSIC Comparison gives event analysis and ranks more than 1,000 Dyestat Elite performances at the two meets.

Stat of the Week - a new feature by John Sullivan
Sully is a track nut who can't get enough track stats. He cranks out lists for his own amusement -- and now he can amuse you as well.
HS Boys sub-1:50 800m by state - There have been 115 sub-1:50 800 meter races run in the US, and California runners accounted for 32 of them, or 28 percent. Texas 13 and Illinois 11 are the only other states in double figures.

Pat Tyson leaves Mead for U. of Oregon
Highly successful high school coach Pat Tyson will move to the University of Oregon to take over the distance program. Tyson is taking a leave of absence from Mead High School, Spokane WA, where he coached 12 state champion cross country teams in the past 19 years. Mead finished third in December in the first Nike Team Nationals cross country team championship. Tyson ran for Oregon and was Steve Prefontaine's roommate when he died. "Pre made me," Tyson told The Oregonian newspaper. "I was his little sidekick." The Eugene Register-Guard said leaving the security of teaching and coaching at Mead for the challenges at U.O. is " the kind of gamble that Pre would have taken himself.."
Galen Rupp to Oregon too? - After the Tyson announcement, the Eugene Register-Guard said that the Track & Field News 2004 high school Athlete of the Year, who set a national record for 5000 meters, would enroll in classes at Oregon Monday (4/4) and will run for Oregon this spring if NCAA eligibility papers can be cleared in time. Rupp did not sign any national letter of intent after graduating from Central Catholic Portland last spring and continued to train with former Oregon start Alberto Salazar, who was his high school coach and also runs the Nike Oregon Project of elite distance runners.

Outdoor Cutoffs
Minimum standards for DyeStat Elite top 100 national ranking in the 2005 outdoor season have been established (Yes, the outdoor season has already started in Texas, California and Florida.). Based on the 2004 database, which contained 8,224 performances, some cutoffs were raised and some lowered. We are now open for input. First rankings: March 17. 2005 outdoor cutoffs - How to Get Ranked

DyeStat Featured Meets
Here are the 2005 indoor and outdoor meets featured on DyeStat with on-site coverage. Other meets may be added.
Marine Corps Holiday Classic - Dec 28 NY Armory
Hispanic Games - Jan 8 NY Armory
New Balance Games - Jan 22 NY Armory
Millrose Games - Feb 4 Madison Square Garden NY City
Armory Collegiate Games - Feb 4-5 NY Armory
Simplot Games - Feb 17-19 Pocatello ID
Nike Indoor Nationals - Mar 12-13 Landover MD
National Scholastic Indoor Championships - Mar 11-13 NY Armory
Mobile Challenge of Champions - Apr 1-2 Mobile AL
Arcadia Invitational - Apr 8-9 Arcadia CA
Penn Relays - Apr 28-30 Franklin Field, Philadelphia PA
Great Southwest Classic - June 2-4 Albuquerque NM
Golden West Invitational - June 12 Folsom CA
Nike Outdoor Nationals - June 17-18 Greensboro NC
USA Junior Nationals - June 24-25 Carson CA
Great American Cross Country Festival - Sep 24 - Cary NC
Foot Locker Cross Country regionals - November
Nike Team Nationals - December - Portland OR
Foot Locker Cross Country Championships - December - San Diego CA



News items posted to DyeStat in the week ending April 7
Apr 1-2 Mobile AL -
a DyeStat featured meet
Open Division Friday - Invitational Division Saturdayt
INDEX - Invitational Results - Winners Table links to event coverage with action photos of all running events.
DyeStat Elite - 58 performances making national top 100 list
Trindon Holliday LA and Francena McCorory VA win MVP honors with sprint doubles into headwinds on a cold night in Mobile - Redan GA boys, Skyline Dallas TX girls double in relays - Justin Oliver GA and Bianca Knight MS win 400m - Phelon Jones AL doubles TJ/LJ
Donna on the Side in Mobile
Before the Meet - we find some new places to eat. Rancho Verde CA has an unforgettable voyage.
the Meet - winners and everyone else on the sidelines

Maine legislature takes up ban on cross country teams competing in New England Championships. A public hearing was held Thursday (3/31) on LD 1130 , "An act to allow a state champion cross-country team to participate in New England competitions". [MORE]

Chris Lear book signing
Author of "Running with the Buffaloes" and "Sub 4:00" signs his books in New York City and talks about college distance running. Tim Fulton was there and writes about
Chris Lear and His Impeccable Timing

Gerry Lindgren Invitational
SALT LAKE CITY UT 3/29/05 -- A special 2-mile race will be held in Salt Lake City April 22 with 20 top runners from 10 states on hand, meet directors David and Aron Taylor announced. Entries include four Foot Locker finalists -- Cory Thorne NH, Chris Rombough WI, Mohamed Ige CO and Justin Switzer MI. The Taylors said the legendary Lindgren, who set HS records in 1964 that still stand, will be present for the race which honors his name, along with Jeff Nelson, who holds the national 2-mile record of 8:36.3 in 1979.

Armory Collegiate Series 2006
NEW YORK, NY 3/24/2005 -- Dr. Norbert Sander, president of the The Armory Foundation, announced a new Armory Collegiate Track Series for the 2006 indoor season at the New York Armory. The series will consist of eight Friday night sessions with leading college teams. MORE

  • California weekend
    David Klech (California HS) 7-00.75 HJ, 24-7.75w LJ, 46-10.5w TJ
    Nkosinza Balumbu (Logan HS) 52-4 TJ nat'l leader! (wind??)
    Danny Rohr (Arroyo Grande) 202-00 nat'l leader DT and 61-3 SP!
    Long Beach Poly boys nat'l leader 1:25.51 in 4x200!
  • AL Mobile Challenge of Champions -
  • AZ Peoria Invitational
  • CA Trabuco Hills Invitational - Mission Viejo - Long Beach super powers Poly and Wilson.
  • CA Beach Relays - 26 schools at Huntington Beach
  • CA Oakland Relays - at Chabot College - J.W. North, Merrill West, College Park, Skyline, James Logan
  • CA Granite Bay jr Scott Roth 16-6.25 PV US#3 in Glen Poole Invitational at Roseville.
  • CA California Boys Leader Board
  • GA 5th Character Games - Hiram boys, Spartanburg girls win team titles. Late winter weather drops snow on the meet.
  • GA Atlanta Track Classic - Morehouse College - Therrell girls and Douglass boys win team titles.
  • IL Taylorville sr Lance Hartley 7-0 HJ in a dual meet, first Illinois high jumper to clear 7 feet outdoors this year.
  • KS Kansas Week by Anthony Bozarth - Cold and wind hold down marks. Eric Thomas (Thomas More Prep-Marian, Hays) doubles 58-8 SP and 182-0 DT.
  • LA Nokia Sugar Bowl Classic - Ruston LA sweeps team honors - 7 meet records including Karjuan Williams 1:51.55 800m US#2
  • NC Blue Ridge Mountains Classic - Octavia Burgess and Willie Perry double in sprints.
  • NC Gene Cherry's North Carolina Honor Roll - seasonal leaders in the Tarheel state.
  • ND NDSU Invitational - Joe Plencer of Fargo South set a new North Dakota state indoor record with his 15-1 pole vault. Bismarck swept team honors.
  • NM

Cody Harper 1:50.71 is
New Mexico
state record

Albuquerque Academy NM sr Cody Harper won the 800m in 1:50.71 in the Buddy Robertson Invitational at Milne Stadium, Albuquerque NM. It was the fastest 800m ever by a New Mexico prep, breaking the record of 1:51.73 set in 1993 by David Krtummanacker.


photo by Dave Michel

  • NY Sophomore class national hammer throw record broken twice by Walter Henning. The St. Anthony's NY thrower went 213-0 at the 28th Iona Prep Invitational in New Rochelle NY on Wednesday (3/30) and topped that with a throw of 219-4 on Sunday (4/3) at the K of C Relays in Warwick RI. .
  • NY Hornet Relays - Weather mars first big high school meet at the new Icahn Stadium on Randalls Island in New York City. Field events were cancelled due to driving rain and wind and 50 degree chill.
  • TX Texas Week by John Sullivan - Chris Jones - Trevor Gerland - Eisenhower Houston boys - Scott Sellers - Nichole Jones - Katie Baker - Elsik Houston girls - Westbury Houston girls - Lancaster girls
  • TX Rice Bayou Classic - Houston - Strong headwinds marred first day action, but two runners defied the winds in prelims -- Westside Houston sr Katie Baker 54.68 400m and Cinco Ranch Katy sr Trevor Gerland 14.11 110H -7.2. Alief Elsik's Laroya Johnson 19-8 LJ nwi. Cinco Ranch Katy sr Scott Sellers 7-0 HJ.
  • TX Carter Shootout - Dallas - Lancaster girls sweep relays en route to team title. Desoto boys score in field events and 4x800 relay.
  • UT UHSTCA Invitational - Most Outstanding athletes are Jason Jeppsen, Chris Carter, Shawnee Slade and Michelle Harrison. Sarah Cardinal doubles 40-3 SP and 144-2 DT.
  • VA Metro Run and Walk Northern Virginia Invitational - Oakton HS.



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