• Today on DyeStat June 2, 2005
  • RANKINGS UPDATES - Jim's Top 5 - national HS leaders by Jim Spier as of May 30. US Junior Leaders - top qualifiers for US Junior Nationals, by Jim Spier and John Blackburn.
  • THIS WEEK - State meets continue - seeds and heats of this weekend's meets.
    • New Jersey week by Ed Grant - weather finally cooperates and athletes respond with good performances.
    • California State Meet - PERFORMANCE LISTS

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the weekend
We are on-site at two big meets - the Great Southwest Classic in Albuquerque and the California State Meet in Sacramento. We will also have reports on the Golden South Classic, plus state meets in IN, KY, MA, ME, MI, NH, NY, OH, RI, VA, VT, WA, and WI.

Great Southwest Classic
a DyeStat Featured Meet - onsite coverage by John & Donna Dye
Thursday - first day of decathlon and heptathlon. Starts 3 pm Mountain.

The Southwest challenges the USA
. . . and the challenge gets bigger this year as some super elite athletes from around the country journey to Albuquerque. 11 US#1 performers are entered.. MORE


THIS WEEK
News items posted to DyeStat in the week ending June 2
Alphabetical by state.
  • CA DyeStatCal - State meet fields are set. California boys and girls rankings updated.
  • CA California State Meet - June 3-4 at Sacramento City College
    Big coverage on DyeStatCal. Performance Lists
  • CA Sectionals - Rich Gonzalez compiles top performers in each event from all 10 sectionals. Some sensational marks - Brittany Daniels 45-7.5w TJ, Scott Roth 17-2 PV, David Gettis 46.08 400m
Historic performances in California
David Gettis 46.08 400m
US#1 2005 and fastest in CA since Obea Moore 10 years ago

photo by Kirby Lee
Scott Roth 17-2 PV
US#1 2005 and US age-16 national record

photo by Rich Gonzalez
Granite Bay HS junior Scott Roth cleared 17-02 at the Sac Joaquin Section Finals to become the world U-18 leader in the boys pole vault, improving his national age-16 record and achieving the best vault mark by a Californian in 14 years!
On the track, Dorsey HS senior David Gettis (signed with Baylor) torched the oval with a nation-leading 46.08 to win the L.A. City Section Finals. Gettis' time was the fastest one-lap clocking by a Golden Stater since the famed Obea Moore clocked 45.14 in a Pan-Am Juniors competition in Chile 10 years ago.
Over in the sandbox, the Merrill West HS duo of Brittany Daniels and Shevell Quinley continued to dazzle. Daniels matched her seasonal best with a 20-05.50 leap into the wind to win the SJS Finals, with teammate Quinley recording a lifetime-best 20-03.75 into the wind to claim second. They are believed to be the only same-year 20-foot teammates in U.S. prep history.
Controversies continued as well, with Lincoln of Stockton's boys 4x400 relay team reportedly being disqualified for non-matching uniforms. Lincoln had clocked 3:18.60 in the long relay late last month as was the Northern California leader in the event. Long Beach Poly's boys 4x400, which placed second at the Penn Relays in 3:12.35, was DQ'ed in the CIF-Southern Section Divisional Finals last weekend. Tonight (Friday), the powerhouse CIF-Southern Section Masters meet highlights the docket.

by Rich Gonzalez, editor, DyeStatCal

 

  • CT - Connecticut class championships
  • DC - DCIAA Championships - Woodson boys, Ballou girls win team titles. Andria Smallwood 55.67 400m.
  • FL -- 14th BAYTAF Classic - U. of South Florida, Tampa
  • GA -- DeKalb International Prep Classic
  • IL -- Illinois Boys State Meet - COMPLETE RESULTS
  • IN -- Indiana State Meet - SEEDS
  • KS -- Kansas State Meet - Anthony Bozarth reports on one of the big ones -- 3,500 participants, 30,000 spectators. Olathe North boys, Leavenworth girls win 6A team titles. WINNERS AND DETAILED HIGHLIGHTS ALL CLASSES.
  • MA - Massachusetts State Meet - SEEDS
  • MA - Massachusett Divisions - COMPLETE RESULTS
  • MA - Boston High Performance Series - Douglas AZ sr Ken Cormier made another trip to Boston (he ran the reebok Boston Indoor there earlier this year) pay off. Cormier won the 1500m in 3:48.97, fastest high school time in the US this year. It was a nail biting duel with Dartmouth freshman Harry Norton, who ran the 500 yards side by side, and it took the Finish Lynx cameras to find 0.01 difference between the two. Cormier splits -- 59.6, 2:00.6 (2:47.5), 3:02.6 and the 3:48.97 to Norton's 3:48.98. Ken's coach Steve Lurie said that Cormier will run the 800m at Great Southwest, 2 miles at Golden West, and the mile at Nike Outdoor Nationals in Greensboro NC.
    Erstwhile Saratoga High School runners Nicole Blood and Caitlin Lane, who are training on their own this season, also ran well. Blood was second in the women's elite 800m in 2:11.76, and Lane was third in the women's elite 1500m in 4:31.58.
  • MD -- Maryland State Meet - COMPLETE RESULTS.
    Eleanor Roosevelt sweeps 4A titles. Boys win 4x400 to pass Oxon Hill. Girls romp by 64 points. Theresa Lewis 13.64 100H state record.
  • MD Towson Catholic soph Devon Williams ran 2:08.49 800m US#8 at the Tuppeny Twilight meet at Villanova.
  • MI - Michigan State Meet - SEEDS
  • MO -- Missouri State Meet - COMPLETE RESULTS
    Coming out party for Berkeley freshman Alishea Usery and Eureka jr Meredith Snow. Oak Park boys 7:49.37 4x800 (Neosho 7:49.57). Lee Summit North boys and Jefferson City girls win 4A team titles.

Alishea Usery

photos by Tracy Rollins

- Missouri Runners Nation

Meredith Snow
PIAA Pennsylvania State Meet
May 27-28, 2005 Shippensburg PA
coverage by Don Rich, PennTrackXC / Milesplit network
INDEX - COMPLETE RESULTS : AAA - AA
Day 2 Saturday - Two US#1 marks set: Ryan Whiting 70-0 SP and Conestoga Valley boys 7:40.06 4x800 (North Penn 7:41.04 US#2). Nicole Smith triples, 39-03.50 TJ in the rain; 8th in 100H 15.04 (14.99 prelims) for 31 points alone. McDowell wins AAA girls by six over Wissahickon. In AA, Milton Hershey beats Gwynedd by six. Don Rich story is coming. Lindsey Regan, US#2 in pole vault at 13-6, no heighted, coming in at 11-6 in the rain as 11-9 became the winner.

Two encore team titles - surprise wins for retiring coach - upsets and records

  • Whiting says he can improve as his team repeats.
  • Smith outscores 2nd place by herself for a team encore.
  • Simkins gets a gold and silver.
  • Quips and Milton Hershey sharp in AA teams titles.
  • Philly Public League gets first-ever gold and state meet record.
  • Miller tests his "Nike" speed in 1600.
  • Best-ever PA pole-vaulter a no-height.
  • Williams and Scott give their retiring coach two individual state titles.

Conestoga Valley and North Penn finish the 4x800 in US#1 and US#2 times. Conestoga Valley anchor Kip Horbal split 1:53.2 to catch North Penn anchor Cody Edling 1:53.7.

Central Dauphin sr Ryan Whiting completes a throws double with his first 70 foot throw -- right on the money at 70-0 -- improving on his US#1 ranking and breaking the PIAA state record by 3.5 feet.

photos by Don Rich, Penn TrackXC / Milesplit network

Day 1 Friday - Three meet records broken -- Osaya Osunde207-10 JT, Ryan Whiting 201-9 DT, and Eric Sparks 15-10. Nicole Smith doubles 20-3 and 5-8.

 

  • SD -- South Dakota State Meet
  • TN -- Tennessee State Meet - Brentwood Academy sr Andrew Bumbalough's same day triple includes 4:05.75 1600m, fastest in the US this season. He wrapped a 9:32.59 3200m and a 1:53.99 800m around his big 1600m race. Houston boys, Brentwood girls win 3A team titles.

In the 1600 and 800, Bumbalough had to keep an eye on Baylor School sr Oliver Townsend, who finished second in each race.

  • VA - Virginia State Meet - AAA Heat Sheets
  • WI -- Wisconsin regionals - Badger state athletes hit all time lists.Preble Green Bay sr Steve Marcelle 66-8 SP, second best all time in Wisconsin. Bradley Tech 1:28.08 4x200 (Vincent Milwaukee 1:28.18 and Menomonee Falls 1:28.50) -- Wisconsin #1, #4 and #7 all time. Preble Green Bay sr Steve Marcelle 66-8 SP, Wisconsin #2 all time. Germantown sr Adam Schleis 14.25 110H. Waukesha North sr Alicia Pabich 4:59.35 1600.
  • WI - Wisconsin State Meet - HEATS posted

in memory of Pre
Steve Prefontaine
January 25, 1951 - May 30, 1975
To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift.
Thirty years after his death in a car accident, Pre still lives in people's memories. MORE
Pre Classic
Ritz v. Webb at 2-miles - the race we wanted to see in 2001 will take place Saturday June 4 at Pre's home track, Hayward Field, Eugene OR with an international elite field.
DyeStat will be reporting live with Marc Davis.

Stat of the Week - John Sullivan 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. This week, a double feature:
Boys sub-9:00 3200m by state - Girls sub-4:50 1600m by state
Don't read these if you are anti-California. The Golden State claims one third of both lists.

Midwest Distance Gala
A new post-season meet will be held June 11 at Vernon Hills IL high school with four races under lights -- a boys 800, mile and 2-mile and a girls mile. Meet director Scott Bush said the purpose is to provide high level competition after state meets and before national meets for runners from the Midwest and beyond. There will be rabbits to insure a fast pace. Details are on the meet's web site.


NIKE GHAC RELAYS
the hottest meet in high school track and field -- virtually

by John DyeNike and DyeStat announce the NIKE GHAC RELAYS, a new way for high school track and field teams to compete with other schools from across the country -- without leaving home. In the “postal relays” of old, coaches would have their team run a time trial, drop the results in the mail, and—a few weeks later—find out how they ranked. Now, Nike and DyeStat are using online technology to create a modern version of that idea. And instead of just one event, the GHAC Relays consists of 10 events across all track and field disciplines. The best teams will have balance. You can't win the GHAC Relays with just a couple of studs in a couple of events. Each team's best performance in each event will be scored decathlon style with a formula that gives 1000 points for a national record level performance and 700 points for the DyeStat Elite top 100 cutoff standard. The team score is the sum of the 10 event scores. An online scoreboard will let you slice and dice the scores any way you like. Prizes and surprises await the best teams.

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661 College Choices
The National Letter of Intent signing period for the high school class of 2005 runs from April 13 to August 1. We have updated our College Choices 2005 lists and now have 661 choices as of May 1. Send information on choices to John Dye, giving name, high school, event, college, and a way to verify. Some email is on a computer that had to go to the shop, so send your choice again if we are missing you.

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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
BOYS
Event
GIRLS
Jamere Holland CA 10.38
100m
Sarah Griffen Matthews CO 11.56
J-Mee Samuels NC 20.61
200m
Alexandria Anderson IL 23.32
David Gettis C A 46.08
400m
Brandi Cross TX 52.46
Karjuan Williams LA 1:50.33
800m
Sarah Bowman VA 2:05.41
Ken Cormier AZ 3:48.97
1500m
Nichole Jones TX 4:27.01
Andrew Bumbalough TN 4:05.75
1600m
Brie Felnagle WA 4:40.9
Jeff See OH 4:08.27
Mile
Brie Felnagle WA 4:48.42
Zuber Ahmed OR 8:20.50
3000m
Aislinn Ryan NY 9:39.5
Chris Barnicle MA 8:53.00 c e
3200m
Sarah Bowman VA 10:16.03

Chris Barnicle MA 8:56.20

2-mile
Kelly Parrish FL 10:27.65
Jamaal Charles TX 13.69
110/100H
Kira Robinson 13.61
Jamaal Charles TX 36.03
300H
Shalina Clarke IL 40.61
Justin Gaymon NJ 52.44
400H
Nicole Leach PA 57.44
Scott Sellers TX 7-5
HJ
Inika McPherson TX 6-2
Frankie Gatson LA 25-2.25
LJ
Chelsea Taylor CO 21-0.75
Rashad Toussaint WA 50-8.75
TJ
Brittany Daniels CA 43-5
Scott Roth CA 17-2
PV
Mary Saxer NY 13-9 USR
Ryan Whiting PA 70-0
SP
Stephanie Horton OR 52-7
Sean Pruitt WI 215-7
DT
Maria Matos TX 166-5
Matthew Maloney RI 231-5
JT
Rachel Yurkovich OR 176-5
Walter Henning NY 226-6
HT
Megan Maloney RI 163-5
Lincoln Tallahassee FL 40.54
4x100
Skyline Dallas TX 45.11
Cinco Ranch Katy TX 1:24.97
4x200
Skyline Dallas TX 1:36.04
Marshall Fort Bend TX 3:10.51
4x400
Marshall Fort Bend TX 3:38.52
Conestoga Valley PA 7:40.06
4x800
Suffern NY 9:00.2
Dorsey Los Angeles CA 3:27.81
SMR
Westside Houston TX 3:57.71
Newton North MA 10:04.15
DMR
Warwick Valley NY 11:47.65
updated May 31

 

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
adidas 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

 

LAST WEEK
News items posted to DyeStat in the week ending May 26
  • AK -- Alaska State Meet - West Valley HS

CA San Ramon jr David Klech 36.0h 300H. Klech also also goes 14.3 in HH, 6-6 in HJ and 22-6 in LJ in NCS Tri-Valley finals. photo by Chuck Woolridge

  • CA Los Angeles City prelims - Taft Woodland Hills jr Jamere Holland doubles 10.38 +2.0 100m, improving on his US#1 ranking, and 21.11 +1.2 200m, US#2 by 0.01, and then his team suffers double DQ in 4x100 (out of lane) and 4x400 (mismatched uniforms. Dorsey sr David Gettis, coming back from hamstring problems, won the 400m in 47.88.
  • CA - Sac-Joaquin Section Div 3 - Mesa Verde sr Aiona Key 7-1 HJ, California #1.
California 8th graders
are already in the DyeStat Elite

Turquoise Thompson, of Long Beach - ran 54.51 400m (US#12 in DyeStat Elite national rankings) from lane 1 in adidas Classic against world class runners. photo by Kirby Lee

Jordan Hasay, of San Luis Obispo - ran 4:29.70 1500m (US#3 in DyeStat Elite national rankings) in USATF San Luis Obispo County youth meet. photo by Doug Speck - More California news is on DyeStatCal
  • CO - Colorado State Meet - 83 DyeStat Elite performances. Chelsea Taylor wins four -- 11.68 100m, 23.64 200m, 6-0.5 HJ and 21-0.75 LJ US#1. Triples by Jeremy Dodson 10.43 100m, 20.70 200m US#2, and 47.44 400m and Sarah Griffen Matthews 11.56 100m US#1, 24.00 200m and 20-3 LJ. Doubles by Alexandra Gove (hurdles), Maddie McKeever (1600/3200), Sarah Griffen Matthews (100/200), and Patrick Berg (throws). Smoky Hill boys win third straight 5A title. Kira Robinson 13.66 100H US#1 Meet is held in 90-degrees at 5,000 feet altitude.
  • DE -- Delaware State Meet - COMPLETE RESULTS. Glasgow girls, Cape Henlopen girls, Salesianum boys, and Milford boys win team titles.
  • IA-- Iowa State meet
  • ID -- Idaho State Meet - COMPLETE RESULTS - Borah sweeps 5A team titles. Emmett sr Matt Lamb doubles 62-1.25 SP and 187-11 DT, both 4A records. Borah sr Kevin Pabst 37.74p 300H SR. Mountain View sr Jerad Larson 15-0 PV. Lake City sr Breanna Sande doubles 2:14.66 800m and 5:06.4 1600m. Twin Falls 1:42.61 4x200 SR. Borah jr Annelise Bertleson 12-6 PV. Twin Falls jr Brittany Ward 18-6 LJ. Blackfoot jr Sarah Cardinal doubles 41-9.25 SP and 143-3 DT.
  • IL -- Illinois Girls State Meet - COMPLETE RESULTS
    67 DyeStat Elite performances
    Wow! What a pair! Morgan Park Chicago sr Alexandria Anderson wins the 100/200 battles, but Evanston jr Shalina Clarke wins the team war after she doubles in hurdles. Anderson 11.38p 100m, 23.32 200m US#1, 52.63 400m US#2, and 20-9 LJ US#2. Clarke 11.75p 100m, 23.90p 200m, 13.80p 100H US#2, 40.61 300H US#1

Jackie Joyner's 26-year-old long jump record was the one Alex the Great wanted the most, and she got it (20-9). Morgan Park Chicago sr Alexandria Anderson repeated a 100-200-400-LJ quad in the Illinois Girls State Meet. Tony Jones recaps every 2A event.

  • IL -- Illinois Boys sectionals
  • KS -- Kansas regionals - Complete summaries by Anthony Bozarth. Kyle Komarek, Shawnee Mission South 191-8 JT. St. Thomas Aquinas freshman Allison Mayfield doubled 5-7 HJ and 125-2 JT. Wichita Heights boys 7:53.80 4x800. Wichita Southeast girls 48.0 4x100. Jacob Fuller, Hutchinson 48-1.5 TJ.
  • MA -- Boston High Performance series - Home schooled Chantelle Dron NH ran second in the women's elite 3000 meter race in 9:51.99, US# 7 this year for high school girls.
  • MD -- Maryland State Meet - Heat Sheets now posted.
  • MI -- Michigan regionals - Grand Blanc sr Geena Gall doubles 2:17.50 800m and 4:45.42 1600m (Jenny Morgan 4:51.70). Clarkston jr Jenny Morgan 10:33.62 3200m.
  • MO -- Missouri Class 1-2 State Meet
  • MO -- Missouri 3A-4A sectionals - Berkeley St. Louis freshman Alishea Usery triples 11.74 100m, 23.72 200m and 54.04 400m. Doubles by Jefferson City jr Leandra McGruder (40-4 TJ and 18-9.5 LJ) and Rolla jr Chantae McMillan (18-8.5 LJ and 38-4 TJ). Fort Osage freshman Katie Vanarsdall 42-9.5 SP. Boonville sr Kendra Richardson 43-6.5 SP.
  • NC -- North Carolina State Meet - J-Mee Samuels 20.61 +1.2 200m US#1 shutting down!!! Jack Bolas 4:08.23 1600m (Sandy Roberts 4:11.44). COMPLETE RESULTS
  • ND -- North Dakota regionals
  • NE -- Nebraska State Meet - North Star Lincoln 7:44.13 4x800 US#2 over Fremont 7:45.65 US#4.
  • NJ - East Coast Relays - COMPLETE RESULTS
    Boys - Irvington doubles 41.91 4x100 and 1:26.66. Notre Dame 3:19.50 4x400. Colts Neck 7:49.86 4x800. Westfield NJ sr Mike Woods 15-3.5 PV. Toms River East sr Sal Delhierro 61-5.75 SP. South Brunswick NJ sr Yemi Ayeni 196-1 DT.
    Girls - Columbia doubles 47.58 4x100 and 3:56.29 4x400. Jackson Memorial doubles 1:42.37 4x200 and 21:27.00 4x1600. Roxbury 9:08.37. Piscataway 4:06.91 SMR. North Rockland NY 12:14.65 DMR. Somerville NJ sr Marion Easley 204-3 JT
  • NV - Nevada State Meet - COMPLETE RESULTS
    Silverado boys and Cheyenne girls win 4A team titles. Marie Lawrence and Cheyenne girls triple, and Jordan Savidge wins four.
    Boys - Western jr Del Guy doubles 22.25 -5.8 200m and 47.52 400m. Desert Pines jr Reindell Cole 22-7.5 LJ. Fallon sr Joshua Mauga 186-3. Boulder City's Ryan Schneider 15-3 PV.
    Girls - Cheyenne sr Valencia Wilson 54.91. Reno soph Marie Lawrence triples 2:12.25 800m, 5:01.58 1600m and 11:10.42 3200m. Cheyenne North Las Vegas triples 47.88 4x100, 1:39.35 4x200, and 3:48.64 4x400.

Smith Valley sr Jordan Savidge wins four events in Nevada class 1A, including state record 16-0 pole vault, plus 11.45 -3.7 100m, 22.82 -3.4 200m and 22-0.75 LJ.

  • NY - Sections
    • Warwick Valley jr Aislinn Ryan claims US#1 in 3000 meters with a time of 9:39.5.

Aislinn Ryan Profile
by Ken McMillan in the Times Herald-Record, Middletown NY
"Running helps define who you are."
"Running is my boyfriend."
"I want to run for the rest of my life. When I see people 90 years old finishing a 5K, I think that's the coolest thing. I can't wait until I do that."

  • NY Warwick Fast Times meet lives up to its name in girls 4x800 as Suffern NY 9:00.2 (Warwick Valley 9:11.0) ran the fastest time the US this season and pulled eight more teams under 9:30, including the Suffern and Warwick Valley B teams. In an open mile, Nicole Blood ran 4:48.8 and Caitlin Lane 4:58.8. The two former Saratoga NY runners are training on their own this season.
  • OH - Districts - Hoover North Canton sr Ashley Muffet became the second 50 foot shot putter of the season with a 50-10 throw, winning by 14 feet and setting an Ohio state record.
  • OR -- Oregon State Meet - Benson sr Zuber Ahmed 8:20.50 3000m edges Central Catholic jr Kenny Klotz 8:21.54 in the US#1 and US#2 times of the season, with four more under 8:40. The next day Ahmed and Klotz were battling again in the 1500m, with Ahmed the winner again, 3:53.03 to 3:54.36.
  • PA - PA Week by Don Rich - District meets and Philadelphia Catholic League - Easton Pa jr Lindsay Regan 13-6 ties national junior class record with US#2 mark for 2005. Central Dauphin sr Ryan Whiting 69-11.5 SP, improving his US#1 ranking by 44.5 inches. Selinsgrove jr Josh Hostetler 205-11 JT. Manheim Twp jr Craig Miller doubles 4:10.73 1600m US#8 and 9:10.78 3200m. Conestoga Valley boys 7:45.26 4x800 US#4. South Park's Chad Radgowski 211-6 JT US#6. Baldwin sr Ron Walter 16-3 PV US#8t. Baldwin sr Jordan Veney 152-9 DT US#8. McDowell sr Nicole Smith wins four -- 5-10 HJ, 19-10.5 LJ, 39-10 TJ, and 14.71 100H. Easton freshman Chanelle Price 2:12.12 800m.
    PCL - Nicole Leach wins four - 12.05 100m, 24.37 200m, 54.13 400m, 59.85 400H.
  • RI - LaSalle Academy sr Megan Maloney takes national lead in hammer with a throw of 163-5 in the RIIL Class B championships.
  • SD - Yankton sr Ramsay Kavan 10:23.8 3200m improves on her own state record with US#2 time for 2005. Roosevelt Sioux Falls sophomores, the Eckert sisters, also had a good meet -- Allison 4:54.98 1600m and Krista 2:11.21 800m.
  • VA-- Virginia districts -
    • Sarah Bowman gets 2-day triple with 10:16.03 3200m US#1 on Wednesday and 4:41.17 1600m and 2:08.62 800m in a 90-minute span on Thursday.
    • Landstown jr William Harvin doubles 10.43 100m and 21.19 200m.
    • Peninsula - Bethel girls, Denbigh boys. Bethel jr Francena McCorory doubles 11.75 100m and 24.20 200m. Heritage jr Octavia James 14.37 100H. Woodside fresh Dominique Jordan 56.00 400m. Hampton soph Tierra Brown 43.77 300H. Hampton girls 3:53.31 4x400.
    • Great Bridge jr Mike Morrison looks to be getting ready for a decathlon campaign. He scored 61 points in the Southeastern District: won 37.96 300H, 22-4 LJ, 44-4 TJ, 6-3 HJ, and 14.82p 110H. Also 2nd in PV at 13-0 (one jump for points -- he is a 16-foot vaulter) and 6th in 200m at 22.83p. NOTE: Virginia allows an athlete to enter three running events and unlimited field events.
  • WV -- West Virginia State Meet - COMPLETE RESULTS
    Cable Midland boys and Preston girls win 3A titles. Preston sr Eric Ryan 4:14.03 1600m SR. Capital sr Jennifer Hansen 11-6 PV. Berkeley Springs sr Tony Belt doubles 6-8 HJ and 23-5.5 LJ.

Eric Ryan sets West Virginia state record

Preston WV sr Eric Ryan won the 1600m in the West Virginia 3A state meet in 4:14.03 for a new state record, winning by 15 seconds. The Cornell-bound Ryan also won the 800m in 1:56.36.

photo by Tad Davis

 

  • WY -- Wyoming State Meet - Campbell County jr Bob Hewitt-Gaffney doubled 48.54 400m and 1:52.48 800m Cody jr Stacy Slight doubled 57.48 400m and 2:12.97 800m. Slight also anchored Cody's winning 4x400 and 4x800 relays. Cody jr Ben Peterson 15-0 PV. Sheridan sr Anna Wechsler 11-7 PV. Campbell County jr Jake Chick 170-2.

 

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