• Today on DyeStat May 31, 2005
  • THIS WEEK - last indoor state meets, major early outdoor meets. Texas Week by John Sullivan. At DakotaDome in Vermillion SD, Robert Rands NE long jumps 25-0.25, US#1 indoors this year and US#9 all time. Ed Grant's NJ all state team.
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  • Gerry Lindgren Invitational - entries announced for 2-mile race in Salt Lake City
  • Rankings Update - 2005 US Juniors - first list of qualifiers for US Junior Nationals. Gourley's List Mar 28 - national hammer throw rankings. Coming: indoor DyeStat Elite with national championship performances - outdoor DyeStat Elite, first list of season.
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Mobile entries
Southeastern sprinters will be joined by Bethel VA from the north and Skyline Dallas TX from the west in a high energy collision at the Mobile Challenge of Champions this weekend. Entries also include Nike Indoor Nationals 800m champion Karjuan Williams and 2-miler Robert Bedsole of Hoover AL.

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 800m/880y record progression - this list is fairly short because the record tends to last a while. Ted Meredith's 1912 record (1:51.9m) lasted for 42 years, and the present national record dates from 1996 (Michael Granville 1:46.45).

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.

News items posted to DyeStat in the week ending March 31
  • CA DyeStatCal has all the news from the Golden State -- outdoor is heating up.
  • CA Pasadena Games - Big doubles by Jamere Holland and Sade Williams. Fast 4x400's by Dorsey boys and Wilson Long Beach girls.
    Boys - Taft jr Jamere Holland doubles 10.40 +1.0 100m and 21.15 +0.7 200m (David Gettis 21.33 +1.7). Dorsey sr Courtney Williams 47.77 400m. Tehachapi sr Brandon Rooney 4:16.07 1600m. Loyola sr Mark Matusak 8:25.28 3000m. Dorsey 3:16.72 4x400.
    Girls- Sade Williams leads Rancho Cucamonga 47.07 4x100 and doubles 24.08 +0.4 200m and 53.30 400m. Wilson Long Beach soph Ebony Collins 42.54 300H. Saugus soph Shannon Murakami 4:57.50 1600m. John Muir soph Jalisa Williams 14.29 +1.6 100H. St. Mary's frosh Yasmin Woodruff 11.84 +0.8 100m. Wilson Long Beach 3:41.72 4x400 (Rancho Cucamonga 3:43.08).
  • CA Stanford Invitational - Brittany Daniels doubles 20-00.25 LJ and TJ. Patrick Smyth UT 4:14.20 mile. Crater 10:27.66 DMR. David Klech 7-0 HJ. Nkosinza Balumbu 49-6.5 +0.0 TJ. Brashton Satele 190-3 DT. - Ghebray 8:21.74 3000m - Scott Roth 16-00 PV - - Mel Lawrence NV 9:47.63 3000m (Lauren Saylor 9:51.68). , O'Dowd 12:06.15 DMR. Kristina Davis 11.80 100m. Alicia Follmar 4:554.30 mile (Alex Kosinski 4:54.42, Evelyn Wing 4:54.45). Merrill West girls double 46.84 4x100 and 3:53.15 4x400. Archbishop Mitty girls 9:10.96 4x800.
  • CA Surf City Invitational - Huntington Beach - National sophmore class record PV for Allison Stokke. Newport Harbor CA soph clears 13-5.75, bettering the old record of 13-4 by Stokke March 5 and by Stacie Manuel MN in 2000. Stokke also holds the freshman class national record of 12-8. Mayfair jr Cameron Carter 191-5 DT.
  • CA Mt. Carmel Sundevil Invitational - El Camino Oceanside sr Derek Scott 16-8 PV.

Battle of Long Beach: Poly 68, Wilson 67

Controversial call by official made Wilson's Ebony Collins (left) start 100m hurdles from standing start. She lost to Poly's Shana Woods by 0.1 second. Details on DyeStatCal. photo by Kirby Lee / The Sporting Image

  • FL Florida Relays - Friday disrupted and Saturday session cancelled by rain. St. Joseph Academy Justin Taylor 4:16.58 mile (Tampa Jesuit sr Andy Biladeau 4:16.90). Lely FL jr Wondy Pierre-Louis 24-2.5 nwi LJ. Doubles by Winter Park boys and Carol City Miami jr Ricky Jean-Francois. Rain disrupts Friday session. Saturday schedule revised.
  • GA Smith-Benson Relays - Albany GA - Host Monroe girls and Bainbridge boys win team titles. Bainbridge's Taveres Washington doubles 13.81 110H and 36.21 300H. .
  • IA Dickinson Relays - at U. of Northern Iowa - Iowa City West soph Danica Haight 43-4.25 SP MR. Evanston IL jr Shalina Clarke 7.68 60m.Mt. Pleasant IA jr Lindsey Boldt 9.17 60H. Whitney Johnson 2:18.18 800m.
  • IL Illinois Prep TopTimes - unofficial indoor state meet. Results not yet available because the meet's web site exceeded its bandwidth and was closed temporarily,.
  • LA Yellow Jacket Relays - 3A Iowa boys 183.5 upset defending 5A state champion Barbe 151.5.
  • NC Lee Calhoun Invitational - Clayton soph Johnny Dutch doubles 14.11 110H and 56.52 400H. West Brunswick's Jerick Hewitt doubles 23-2.75 LJ and 10.80 100m (Dennis Boone 10.83).
  • NJ Ed Grant's New Jersey All State Team - veteran writer takes a shot at Newark Star Ledger's omission of the state's best runner, Bryan Scotland -- "a total disgrace to American journalism."
  • OH Middletown sr Jeff See opened his season with a 4:18 / 9:10 double at the Middie Showdown.  See, who has committed to Ohio State University, plans to race sparingly to peak in  June for the Ohio State Meet and Nike Outdoor Nationals. [Jeff Branhan]
  • SC South Carolina Coaches Classic - Ridge View Columbia SC sr George Fields 24-8.75 +1.7 LJ. Ridge View Columbia SC sr Jessica Young doubles 24.36 200m and 56.21 400m. Dreher sr Brittany James quadruples 14.49 100H, 5-4 HJ, 17-9 LJ, and 37-6 TJ.
  • SD Dan Lennon Relays - U. of South Dakota - "one of the most amazing days ever" at this meet, with 10 meet records broken.
    Robert Rands NE and Ramsey Kavan SD are MVP's - Rands 25-0.25 LJ is US#1 this year, US#9 all time indoors and it breaks the Nebraska state record held by football great Gale Sayers. Kavan won the 1600m in a meet record 4:55.92. Each doubled, Rands with a 7.06 60m and Kavan with a 2:18.79 800m. Rands is a senior at Bellevue East NE.
Texas Week by John Sullivan
Boys - Reagan San Antonio TX sr Will Schroeder 1:53.14 800m. Cinco Ranch TX sr Queito Teasley doubles 21.46 200m and 24-6.75 LJ. Cinco Ranch TX sr Trevor Gerland 13.85 110H.
Girls - Judson Converse triples 47.24 4x100, 1:41.72 4x200 and 3:55.28 4x400. Westfield Houston TX soph Nichole Jones doubles 4:27.76 1500m and 9:47.79 3000m. Red Oak TX sr D'Andra Carter doubles 44-3 SP and 161-10 DT
Quentin Summers - Madison San Antonio senior wins 400m in 47.96 and anchors Madison's winning 4x400 (3:17.58) in UTSA Whataburger.
Will Schroeder - Reagan San Antonio runner wins 1500m in 4:03.19 at UTSA and 800m in 1:53.14 at Alamo Relays.
photos by Bert Richardson
  • VA 25th Conn-Madden Relays - Deep Creek sweeps Div A team titles. Bethel girls triple 47.72 4x100, 3:59.69 4x400 and 4:08.09 4x400.
  • WA South Kitsap Jamboree - Bellarmine WA sr Brie Felnagle opened her outdoor season in fine form with a 10:27.32 3200m. Felnagle was 6th in the Foot Locker Cross Country finals in December.
  • WA Cascade League - Michael Davis 206-2 JT
  • WI Wisconsin HS Track and Field has results from the late indoor season in the Badger state. Waukesha West girls and Green Bay Preble boys win the Oshkosh Invitational as New London sr Chris Rombough wins 3200m in 9:11.62 US#4.

Pasadena Games 400m winners
Rancho Cucamonga CA sr Sade Williams 53.30 and Dorsey Los Angeles sr Courtney Williams 47.77. Results - photos by Bill Leung

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

NIN v. NSIC winners
Nike Indoor boys winners beat NSIC winning marks 12-10. But NSIC girls won 14-8 over the Maryland meet. NIN-NSIC Winners Table

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

New York Armory 1978
The current generation of runners at the New York Armory can hardly appreciate the miracle that has been wrought in transforming the old building to a state of the art facility that lays claim to be the fastest indoor track in the world. This is a photo of Michael Potter in 1978 when he was a sophomore at White Plains NY high school running his first race at the Armory. "Man that was one rough track. You did not want to fall on that floor.  Splinters galore," Potter says. "This was the first time I wore my brand new pair of the original Oregon Waffles by the new company called Nike." Potter, who is now a Wall Street broker, later won the Loucks Games mile. The photo was taken by his coach Fred Singleton, now the director of the Loucks Games at White Plains High School every May.


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Sept 24, 2005
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March 11-12, 2006

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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
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True Confessions of a TV Rookie
David Mitchell of Pinckney MI was a coach at the first Nike Indoor Nationals in 1999 when he received a "battlefield commission" as an announcer. He is an experienced announcer now, but he never did TV before this year's NIN in Maryland. Read about his experience.

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

Meet calendar updates -- We have updated our meet calendar for 2005 indoor and outdoor seasons. ATTN meet directors: If we missed your meet, send email to John Dye.

THE NIKE LIST US leaders - 2005 indoor
Trindon Holliday LA 6.19
Santana Lowery MS 6.90
Trindon Holliday LA 6.64
Lynn Layne NY 7.43
J-Mee Samuels NC 21.22
Bianca Knight MS 23.70
Edino Steele NY 33.74
Francena McCorory VA 37.60
Bryant McCombs NJ 47.37
Nicole Leach PA 53.04
Afolabi Aromire MD 1:03.52
Devon Williams MD 1:11.44 USR
Shaquan Brown NJ 1:17.9 USR
Janine Davis NJ 1:29.27 USR
Justin Craddock NY 1:51.36
Heidi Houle UT 2:07.00
Bryan Scotland NJ 2:27.91
Sarah Bowman 2:43.40 USR
Ben White NY 4:00.9
Caitlin Lane NY 4:33.40
Laef Barnes WA 4:10.50 c

Sarah Bowman VA 4:44.99 c

Laef Barnes WA 4:12.00
Sarah Bowman VA 4:46.79
Jeff Helmer WA 8:34.29
Nicole Blood NY 9:35.40
Chris Barnicle MA 8:58.05 c
Aislinn Ryan NY 10:22.64 c
Chris Barnicle MA 9:01.45
Aislinn Ryan NY 10:26.64
Jared Huske KS 7.24
Theresa Lewis MD 7.95
Jared Huske KS 7.78
Kira Robinson CO 8.34
Scott Sellers TX 7-5
Inika McPherson TX 5-11.25
Robert Rands NE 25-0.25
Sarah Griffen Matthews CO 20-8.5
Nkosinza Balumbu CA 49-3.5
Brittany Daniels CA 43-5
Jordan Scott GA 16-4
Mary Saxer NY 14-2 USR
Ryan Whiting PA 68-11.25
Kamorean Hayes NC 48-11
Walter Henning NY 75-0.5
Tara Cooper OH 56-2
Poly Long Beach CA 1:26.09 USR
Wilson Long Beach CA 1:36.82
Poly Long Beach CA 3:17.10
West Catholic PA 3:41.96
Syosset NY 7:42.22 USR
Boys & Girls NY 9:04.29
St. Benedict's NJ 3:29.31
West Catholic PA 3:56.47
Colts Neck NJ 10:15.08
Saratoga NY 11:47.29
updated Mar 30


College Choices 2005

The first 155 college choices by the class of 2005 are listed by college and state in College Choices 2005 lists.


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
Mayor's Cup - Apr 15-16 Icahn Stadium, Randalls Island NY
New York Relays - Apr 22-23 Icahn Stadium, Randalls Island NY
Penn Relays - Apr 28-30 Franklin Field, Philadelphia PA
Great Southwest Classic - June 2-4 Albuquerque NM
Nike Outdoor Nationals - June 17-18 Greensboro NC
USA Junior Nationals - June 24-25 Carson CA



News items posted to DyeStat in the week ending March 24
Nicole Blood Injured, Has Left Team
Saratoga NY distance star says she may not run at all in outdoor season. Story by Steve (steveu) Underwood.
Mar 19-20 St Galmier France - INDEX - Saturday - Sunday

Sunday - Galen Rupp 20th in Junior Men - Dathan Ritzenhein fades in men's long race - Lauren Fleshman's 11th is highest US finish of the meet

  • Men's Long Race - Best Americans were 2003 Foot Locker champion Matt Withrow 38:41 60th, Ian Dobson 38:45 61st, and Dathan Ritzenhein 38:46 62nd. A day that began with such optimism for Ritzenhein (see below) quickly turned to defeat, far behind the African runners he was trying to contend with. After one lap at the horse track course, the former 2-time Foot Locker Cross Country champion was 22nd in a big pack only 1 second behind the leader. The next four laps went like this: 26th, 0:13 behind - 35th, 0:47 - 42nd, 1:30 - 55th, 2:32. Olympic 10k gold medalist Kenenisa Bekele took the lead from Eliud Kipchoge on lap 5 and went on to win for a double (he won the short race Saturday).
  • Junior Men - Galen Rupp is 20th, first US finisher, as Kenya and Ethiopia continue to dominate.
  • Women's Short Race - Lauren Fleshman 13:44 11th is highest US finish of the meet, followed by Shalane Flanagan 14:05 20th and Shayne Culpepper 14:06 21st.

USATF Release: Ritz feels the best he ever has.
Sports Illustrated article: Ritz' fortune cookie said, "THE TIME IS RIGHT FOR YOU TO REACH YOUR GOALS." SI headline: "Ready to take on the world -- finally living up to his vast potential, tough-as-nails Dathan Ritzenhein could be the first American in 23 years to win a medal at the world cross country meet." Alberto Salazar won silver in 1982.

Saturday - Kenya and Ethiopia dominate

  • Junior Women - Best American is Lindsay Scherf, 18th in 22:12
  • Men's Short - Best American is Jorge Torres, 13th in 11:58.
  • Women's Long - Best American is Colleen DeReuck, 13th in 27:51.


  • FL Bob Hayes Invitational -Oak Ridge FL girls double. Tiara Swanagan 42-5 TJ. Lincoln boys 40.89.
    Boys - Riverview Sarasota sr Dearon Duval 14.02 110H. Lincoln 40.89 4x100. Northwestern Miami 3:18.08 4x400.
    Girls - Northwestern SC sr Tiaerra McLaurin 11.86 100m. Magnet Baton Rouge LA sr Katrina Taylor 56.01 400m. Northwestern Miami FL sr Pavielle James 14.27 100H. Oak Ridge FL doubles 47.39 4x100 and 3:53.62 4x400. Northwestern Miami soph Lizzie Harris 5-8 HJ. Raines' Dionne Thomas 19-3 LJ (Zarina Saluki 19-2.25). Ed White Jacksonville sr Tiara Swanagan 42-5 TJ. Northwestern Miami's Jazmine Highsmith 42-3 SP.
  • FL Disney Showcase
    Boys - Oak Ridge's Jamal Whitted 6-8 HJ.
    Girls - St. Thomas Aquinas Fort Lauderdale sr Jenna Utecht 14.36 100H. Boca Ciega's Neidra Covington doubles 19-0.5 LJ and 39-2 TJ. St. Thomas Aquinas' Alexandra Black 11-7 PV.
  • GA Coaches Invitational
    How about a 4x1600 relay decided on a lean? Hoover AL 17:47.58, Collins Hill GA 17:47.66, both breaking their state records. Smiths Station girls 3:50.26 4x400 is a new Alabama state record.
  • GA 34th Morehouse Relays
    Boys - West Charlotte NC wins 4 relays: 41.98 4x100, 1:27.66 4x200, 8:22.95 4x800, and 11:17.93 DMR. Redan 3:19.34 4x400.
    Girls - Southwest Dekalb triples 3:55.66 4x400, 4:11.42 SMR, and 13:11.36 DMR.
  • IA Iowa State HS Classic - Kiel Uhl 9:09.78 is US#2 3200m this season. 26 DyeStat Elite performances..
    Boys - Roosevelt DesMoines sr Kiel Uhl 9:09.78 3200m MR. King-Pierson's Nick Kuchel 8.25 60H. Valley West DesMoines 3:26.70 4x400. Ames 8:10.65 4x800. Benton's Ryan Kelly 6-6.25 HJ. Ankeny's Aaron Jarosh 22-0.25 LJ. Roosevelt DesMoines' Bradley Claytor 54-11.25 SP.
    Girls - North Linn's Ellen Ries 2:16.48 800m. Burlington jr Jenna Caffrey 8.83 (Burlington soph Kelsey Smith 8.94). Iowa City West 9:40.94 4x800. Amber Sporror 5-4 HJ. Iowa City West's Danica Haight 40-8.75 SP.
  • IL Charleston HS Inv - Illinois superstar Alexandria Anderson doubled 7.11 55m and 17-11.5 LJ. Carlinville's Cassie Lamar 5-8 HJ. Edwardsville boys 8:12.30 4x800 (East St. Louis 8:12.69). Cahokia jr Kali Jackson 48-7.25 TJ (Bilia Hameed 48-4.5). Herrin soph Eric Thompson 7-0 HJ.
  • IL Illinois Prep TopTimes Classic - Class A results - Class AA results
    Class AA - Girls - Ermanda Roberts doubles 7.22 55m and 25.87 200m. Desiree Brown 57.03 400m. Katie Nelson 2:17.74 800m (Molly Sullivan 2:17.77). Megan Thompson 8.21 55H (Seun Adigun 8.22). Laura Morris 5-6 HJ. Jackie Coleman 17-7.5 LJ. Casey Taylor 39-0.5 TJ. Angela Stocynski 40-9 TJ. Boys - Prince Riley 49.94 400m. Durrell Williams 1:57.06 800m (Brandon Tucker 1:57.23, Isaiah Robbins 1:57.33, Tim Pierie 1:57.94). Steve Finley 4:18.85 1600m. Ryan Jacobs 9:28.88 3200m. Tracy Drew 7.60 55H. Blair Majcina 6-9 HJ. Jake Winder 16-0.75 PV. Scott Pavel 22-2.75 LJ. Charlie Larson 45-7 TJ. Richard Behling 57-10.75 SP.
    Class A - Girls - Carthage soph Katelyn Bastert doubles 5:13.41 1600m and 11:06.07 3200m. Ryann Hendricks triples 7.30 55m, 18-4.75 LJ and 37-5 TJ. Chandra Golden 8:37 55H. Cassie Lamar 5-6 HJ. Briana Branson 42-6 SP. Boys - Jeff Farnell doubles 6.39 55m and 22.30 200m. Jeremy Stephens 4:19.92 1600m. Scott Krapf 9:33.98 3200m. Eric Thompson 6-9 HJ. Jarvis Smith doubles 22-7.25 LJ and 45-0.25 TJ. Ryan Armstrong and Chris Vacarro tie in SP at 53-9.5.
  • IN NSR State Indoor Classic 86 DyeStat Elite performances.
    1A-3A Boys - Calumet's Tyrae Edmonds 6.53 55m. Greencastle's Andy Weatherford 4:24.05 1600m. Northwood's Trent Chupp 22-6.5 LJ. North Knox's Matthew Hollbrok 53-11 SP.
    1A-3A Girls - Chatard's Cate Muskat 7.24 55m. Danville sr Wendi Robinson doubles 5:01.28 1600m and 10:56.51 3200m. Harding's Taylor Sefranka 8.54 55H. Harding doubles 1:46.10 4x200 and 4:02.50 4x400. Concordia Fort Wayne 9:49.44 4x800. Brebeuf's Geneva Trotter 17-9.5 LJ.
    4A-5A Boys - Lawrence Central sr Will Glover 6.38 55m. Lawrence Central sr Tyler McCreary 4:20.98 1600m. Warren Central soph Desean Turner 9:28.19 3200m. Harrison's Bryce Brown 7.47 55H. North Central doubles 1:32.34 4x200 and 3:26.72 4x400. Carmel 8:02.59 4x800. Richmond's JaRel Jordan 6-6 HJ. South Vigo sr Anthony Bertoli 15-7 PV. Lawrence Central's Dewayne Briscoe 55-5 SP.
    4A-5A Girls - Lawrence Central's Jeanne Roberts 7.10 55m. Westfield's Kristina Krasich 5:09.66 1600m. Roncalli's Stephaine Greer 11:07.22 3200m. Ben Davis HS 1:45.24 4x200. Northrop Fort Wayne 4:00.37 4x400. Westfield 9:39.99 4x800. Lawrence Central sr Tori Allen 11-6 PV. Northside Fort Wayne sr Aundrea Brown 18-1.5 LJ. Rachel Deloney 43-3 SP.
  • KS - Nike Indoor champ Jared Huske won four events in 40 degree weather in his first outdoor meet, the Topeka West Mid-Winter Relays.. The Highland Park Topeka senior ran 13.4h 110H, 10.6h 100m, 22.7h 200m and 38.78 300H. Details on HovpenSports.org.
  • NC Forsyth Country Day NC sr Mackenzie Pierce wins college 800m in 2:07.57 at U. of Charlotte's 49er Classic.
  • OH Ohio State Meet - U. of Findlay - first Ohio state indoor meet. Collinwood and St. Ursula crush the 20 year old state record with Collinwood's senior Sabrina Parr outkicking St. Ursula's senior Becky Clark for the 9:37.79-9:40.12 victory. 80 DyeStat Elite performances.
  • NM F. M. Wilson Relays - Albuquerque - Cody Harper leads Albuquerque Academy to team win with 4:18 split in 4x1600 (18:02.39) and 1:52.0 split in SMR (3:28.94 MR). Academy 93, La Cueva 84, Highlan 80.
  • TX Texas Southern Relays - Doubles by Sklyine Dallas girls, Ozen Beaumont boys and D'Andra Carter
    Boys - Brandon Washington 48.17 400m. Karjuan Williams 1:53.84 800m. Ozen Beaumont doubles 41.67 4x100 and 3:15.19p 4x400 (Thurgood Marshall Ft. Bend 3:15.71). . St. Augustine 1:26.36 4x200 and 3:14.42 4x400 (prelim - did not run in final).
    Girls - Skyline Dallas sr Krystin Lacy 11.76 100m. Lancaster's Jonisha Boleware 24.84 200m. Westside Houston sr Katie Baker 54.80 400m. Westfield Houston soph Nichole Jones 2:11.67 800m. Kimball Dallas sr Leeandrea Robinson 13.92 100H. Westbury Houston's Sandra Iwunze 42.80 300H. "Little Sister" D'Andra Carter, a senior now, has a big double -- 44-5 SP and 165-9 DT. Port Arthur Memorial's Hyleta Young 19-2.25 +1.8 LJ. Alief Taylor jr Shunda McPherson 38-9.5 +1.5 TJ. Skyline Dallas doubles 46.47 4x100 and 1:36.74 4x200. Hightower 4:11.29 SMR.
  • TX UT San Antonio Whataburger Relays
    - Madison San Antonio sr Quentin Summers 47.96 400m. Converse Judson 1:27.30. Madison San Antonio 3:17.58 4x400.
    Girls - Converse Judson triples 47.88 4x100, 1:40.83 4x200 and 3:59.57 4x400. Southwest's Destinee Hooker 6-0.5 HJ. Taft San Antonio's Ashton Baldwin 11-7 PV. Antonian :Prep sr Christina Mueller 152-5 DT.
  • TX 41st Jesuit-Sheaner Relays
    5A - Bowie Arlington's Brad Sellers 196-10 DT, breaking Michael Carter's 26-year-old meet record (188-3). Plano sr Scott MacPherson 4:12.24 1600m. Desoto jr Jason Guillory 60-3 SP. Lake Highlands' Jalyn Bray 47-6 TJ. Carroll Southlake sr Jarrod Buddin and Heritage's Peyton Carroll 15-0 PV. South Garland's Matthew Harding 10.54 100m. Plano's Greg Rideaux 37.93 300H. Desoto 41.46 4x100. North Garland 1:28.18 4x200. Rockwall 3:18.36 4x400. Carroll Southlake 10:36.43 DMR. Desoto wins team title.
    4A - Shawn Schmidt, St. Mark's 6-8 HJ. Midlothian jr Nick Frawley 15-6 PV. Poteet Mesquite sr Jansen Hyde 14.18 110H. Lancaster wins team title.
  • WI - Nelson Daniels Classic - Whitewater - Madison Memorial sr Jenny Soceka 12-6 PV is state record in Wisconsin's late indoor season. Soceka also won the 55H in 8.59. Rufus King Milwaukee sr Chavon Robinson doubled 17-9 LJ and 36-9.5 TJ. Watertown fr Andrew Perkins, fresh from his victory in the Nike Indoor Nationals freshman mile, won the 3200m in 9:23.42. Rufus King Milwaukee jr Lance Kendricks 47-4.75 TJ (teammate Anthony Strong 46-8.75).
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