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Sarah Bowman 10:16.03
Fauquier Warrenton VA sr Sarah Bowman ran a 10:16.03 3200m Wednesday in a Virginia district meet, fastest in the US this year. Bowman won by 66 seconds. She was also entered in the 800 and 1600 in that meet Thursday.

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.

Bert Richardson's Texas State Meet photo album
5A boys - 5A girls
5A girls featured Erin Bedell, who doubled 800-1600 two hours apart; Brandi Cross, who was startled by her time in the 400 meters (52.46, a Texas state meet record and 2005 US#1), and Skyline Dallas, which doubled in the 4x100 and 4x200 relays en route to the team championship.

Erin Bedell
Brandi Cross

photos by Bert Richardson
Skyline Dallas 4x100 winners

Cinco Ranch Katy defends its Texas 5A boys title

Cinco Ranch Katy anchor Queito Teasley catches Eisenhower Houston in the home stretch to win the 4x200 relay for 20 of the points needed for Cinco Ranch to repeat as Texas 5A champion. This was a showdown of the three fastest 4x200 squads in the US. Cinco Ranch won in 1:25.19, a couple ticks off their US#1 time in the Texas Relays, Eisenhower Houston was second in 1:25.31 US#2 and Carter Dallas was third in 1:25.41 US#3. Cinco Ranch was without its usual #2 runner, multi event star Scott Sellers, who pulled a hamstring in the triple jump and had to retire for the evening without competing in the high jump, where he is US#1 for the last 2 years, and in two relays.

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."

News items posted to DyeStat in the week ending May 19
Alphabetical by state.
  • AZ -- Arizona State Meet - Ken Cormier triples.
    Florida transplant Tim McLeod led the 3200m for 6 laps, but Douglas sr Ken Cormier rallied in the last 800 meters to win, 9:03.34 to 9:03.62, in meet record time. Cormier had an easier time in the 1600 on Saturday, beating McLeod 4:15.01 to 4:20.82. Cormier complete a distance triple by winning the 800 in 1:53.92. Foot Locker and Nike Indoor champ Cormier will run next in the Great Southwest, Golden West and Nike Outdoor Nationals.
  • CA DyeStatCal - all the news of the Golden State as the road to the State Meet starts. Southern Section prelim results.
    Merrill West HS jumpers Brittany Daniels (20-05.50) and Shevell Quinley (20-01.50) become what appear to be the first same-meet 20-foot teammates in prep lomg jumping history at Thursday's Sac Joaquin Section Division I Trials.
    Down in Central California, West High of Bakersfield's Brandon Smith edged Edison of Fresno's Joe Turner by .003 seconds (both timed in wind legal 10.61) in a hot 100-meter dash that highlighted the Central Section Finals, where 23 DyeStatElite marks were achieved as the first berths to the 2005 California State Meet (June 3-4 in Sacramento) were awarded.
    Stockdale of Bakersfield's Desirae Gonder reverted back to 2004 form with a fine seasonal-best 5-10.00 clearance in the high jump to lead the girls' highlights at this meet, with Porterville's Leanne Taylor hurling the disc 150-09 to win that competition. More details, stats, photos, video (and much more to come) now posted at
  • CO -- Colorado regionals - Chaparral Parker jr J.T. Scheuerman 47.50 400m.

34th Hartford Public Open
Coverage by Ron Knapp,
Perfect day for track and field yields meet records. Matthew Maloney 231-05 JT US#1 this year and US#3 all time on the current implements. Boys 800 has US#6 and US#7 times by New Jersey runners Bryan Scotland 1:51.66 and Rob Novak 1:51.72. Myles Bradley CT is boys MVP for his triple -- 14.22 110H, 24-1 LJ and 48-9.75 TJ. Samantha Gawrych RI is girls MVP -- 56.39 400m and anchor leg of Westerly's winning 4x800 and 4x400 relays. Chris Barnicle MA misses Jonathan Riley's meet record mile, but wins close one over Ben White NY, 4:11.10 to 4:11.50. Complete Results

photos by Ron Knapp, MySportsResults
  • DE New Castle County championships - Salesianum boys, who were fifth at Penn Relays, broke the Delaware state record for the 4x800 with a time of 7:49.10 US#7. They were running alone after the first lap, finishing with a 1:53.7 anchor by Mike Kowal. Christiana won the team title by two points, however, 89-87. In the girls 1600m, Tatnall freshman Katie Kershner outkicked Brandywine jr Anna Brousell to win in 4:56.07 to 4:57.19
  • GA -- Georgia Boys State Meet - Redan sr Justin Oliver won four events - 21.38 200m, 46.50 400m (regaining US#1 ranking), 4x100 and 4x400 -- leading Redan to its second straight 5A championship. Hurdle doubles by Bainbridge sr Tavaris Washington 13.96 and 36.74 in 4A and Carrollton sr Trey Fletcher 14.01 and 37.25 in 3A.
  • GA Georgia Tech Invitational - Cullman AL sr E.C. Gibbs tried out his future track and liked it, running 3:54.79 in the 1500 meters for a PR and US#2 time. In the women's 1500, Pope John Paul FL sr Nicole Schappert also posted a US#2 time -- 4:29.23. She will attend ACC rival Wake Forest next year.
  • HI -- Hawaii State Meet - Mililani HS, Oahu
  • IL -- Illinois districts - Morgan Park Chicago sr Alexandria Anderson wins four events: 11.3h 100m, 24.1h 200m, 53.0 400m, and 19-7 LJ. Evanston jr Shalina Clarke doubles 24.1h 200m and 40.1h 300H. Naperville North girls 9:21.2 4x800 (Nequa Valley 9:21.7, Benet Academy 9:25.9).
  • MA - Massachusetts Coaches Invitational
  • MO -- Missouri districts
  • NC -- North Carolina Independent Schools State Meet
  • NC -- North Carolina 1A-3A State Meet
  • NM -- New Mexico 3A/3A/5A State Meet
  • NY - Somers Invitational - Former Saratoga NY runners Nicole Blood and Caitlin Lane, who are training on their own this spring, ran 9:45.9 and 9:49.1 in an open women's 3000 meters, US#1 and US#5 for high school runners this season.
  • NY - 38th Loucks Games -
    John Hickey - Bay Shore girls - Ogrodnick sisters
    Charles White, Garden City NY, 4:17.64 1600m is New York state freshman record.
    (was 4:19.7 by Mike Hedgecock, Wantagh HS, 1984)
    Boys - Phillipsburg 60. Tappan Zee sr John Hickey doubles 64-11.75 SP, improving his US#3 ranking, and 172-1 DT. Nyack sr Dan Wallace-Periac 1:53.72. Phillipsburg sr Justin Gaymon doubles 14.30p -0.1 110H and 53.89p 400H. Phillipsburg 10:23.24 DMR.
    Girls - New Rochelle 75. Ward Melville sr Michelle Seibert 2:12.76 800m. Bay Shore NY sr Mary Liz McCurdy 4:54.31 1600m. Canadians Avril Ogrodnick 10:38.83 and Lise Ogrodnick 10:45.66 were 1-2 in a stellar 3200m, with five more girls under 11 minutes, including Bay Shore sr Laura Cummings 10:46.80 and Old Town ME jr Cassie Hintz 10:46.98. The Ogrodnick sisters will run for Georgetown next year. Cardozo NY freshman Dalilah Muhammed 1:02.15 400H (Shameka Gordon 1:02.90). Bay Shore NY doubled 9:20.72 4x800 and 11:56.37 DMR US#4. New Rochelle jr Carin Knight 5-8 HJ.

Mary Saxer 13-9 PV
gets outdoor record too

Lancaster NY sr Mary Saxer, who raised the indoor national record several times this year, ending at 14-2, added the outdoor record in the Lancaster Invitational Saturday (5/14). It was Notre Dame-bound Saxer's first outdoor meet of the season, as poor weather interfered with earlier meets.

  • OH Greater Miami Conference - Middletown sr Jeff See triples in same session -- 1:52.68 800m, 4:16.20 1600m, and sub-49 split on winning 4x400 (3:18.10).
  • OH - Lake Erie Conference - Euclid OH sophomore Jessica Beard blazed a 53.97 400m US#6, winning by almost 4 seconds.
  • OH - Federal League - big double by North Canton Hoover sr Ashley Muffet -- 49-11 SP and 160-9 DT, both season bests.
  • OK -- Oklahoma 5A/6A State Meet
  • PA - Krista Simkins has big conference meet. (below)

Krista Simkins

Wissahickon PA sr Krista Simkins, headed for U. of Miami FL in the fall, had a brilliant triple at the Suburban One league American Conference meet:

11.86 100m
23.62 200m US#2
53.23 400m US#2

Simkins's 400 was US#1 until Brandi Cross ran 52.46 Saturday night in the Texas State Meet. That makes three new national leaders in girls sprints this weekend, with freshman Victoria Jordan running 11.57 in the Texas State Meet and Bethel VA jr Francena McCorory running 23.53 at the Southern Track Classic.

photo by PennTrackXC / Milesplit network

Texas State Meet
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Complete Results 5A - 4A - 3A - 2A - 1A - DyeStat Elite performances
9 new US#1 performances
339 DyeStat Elite top 100 national performances

SATURDAY REPORT - 5A athletes revamp US#1 lists with 8 new national leaders. Marshall Fort Bend is US#1 in both boys and girls 4x400 (3:10.51 and 3:38.52). Jamaal Charles gets US#1 hurdle double. Brandi Cross 52.46 US#1. Skyline Dallas girls roll with two US#1 relay wins (45.11 and 1:36.04) and April Williams' hurdle double. Sabrina Taylor 20-8.25 US#1. Scott Sellers hurt, but Cinco Ranch Katy boys repeat. LaJerald Betters doubles 400/TJ. Luke Hansen 4:08.84. Erin Bedell wins two meet records (2:08.16 and 4:43.58).
Houston Chronicle story on how Cinco Ranch won without Sellers.
- 4A girls shine. Big double for Dunbar Fort Worth freshman Victoria Jordan 11:57 +1.1 100m US#1 and 23.84 200m US#2. Lancaster girls sweep three relays (46.36 US#4, 1:36.87 US#3, and 3:42.77 US#4). McKinney jr Britany Parker 13-3 PV US#2. Red Oak sr D'Andra Carter repeats throws double with 44-3.25 SP and 163-6 DT.

Southern Track Classic
DyeStat On-Site with Brandon Miles / MileStat and the Milesplit network
INDEX - Results
Francena McCorory 23.53 -0.3 is fastest 200m in the country. Michael Morrison 16-8.75 PV US#3. Doubles by Kai Roper and Rachel Lewis. Sarah Bowman 2:07.38 800m.

  • WA - Bellarmine sr Brie Felnagle 4:40.9 1600m, fastest in the US this year, at a tri-meet.
  • WI -- Fort River Valley Conference - Preble Green Bay sr Steve Marcelle, a Georgia Tech signee, improved to US#3 in shot put at 65-5.25. He also got a season best of 184-9 in discus.

Allison Stokke
breaks leg

Newport Harbor CA sophomore Allison Stokke, one of the emerging talents in pole vault, broke her right tibia Monday (5/9) and is out for the year. She was trying a new pole in practice and fell into the concrete box. Stokke won the California state championships as a freshman last year and this year was US#1 outdoors with a mark of 13-5.75, which is a national sophomore class record. [more in local news story.]

Stokke at Nike Indoor Nationals in March.
photo by John Dye


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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It's Virtual - It's Free - It's Open to All

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. Some significant choices we haven't reported previously:

  • Rokesha Williams MD hurdles - Arkansas

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. Boys 2-Mile Record Progression - In 1964, Gerry Lindgren was the first to break 9 minutes. Then, Jeff Nelson in 1979 was the first (and still the only one) to go under 8:40.

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
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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
Victoria Jordan TX 11.57
J-Mee Samuels NC 21.10
Francena McCorory VA 23.53
Justin Oliver GA 46.50
Brandi Cross TX 52.46
Karjuan Williams LA 1:50.33
Sarah Bowman VA 2:05.41
Kenny Klotz OR 3:53.77
Nichole Jones TX 4:27.01
Jeff See OH 4:06.77 c e
Brie Felnagle WA 4:40.9
Jeff See OH 4:08.27
Brie Felnagle WA 4:48.42
Yosef Ghebray CA 8:21.74
Nicole Blood NY 9:45.9
Chris Barnicle MA 8:53.00 c e
Sarah Bowman VA 10:16.03

Chris Barnicle MA 8:56.20

Kelly Parrish FL 10:27.65
Jamaal Charles TX 13.69
Kira Robinson 13.74
Jamaal Charles TX 36.03
Shalina Clarke IL 41.41
Justin Gaymon NJ 52.44
Nicole Leach PA 57.44
Scott Sellers TX 7-5
Inika McPherson TX 6-2
Frankie Gatson LA 25-2.25
Sabrina Taylor TX 20-8.25
Rashad Toussaint WA 50-8.75
Brittany Daniels CA 43-5
Spencer McCorkel AR 17-0
Mary Saxer NY 13-9 USR
Ryan Whiting CA 66-3
Stephanie Horton OR 52-7
Sean Pruitt WI 215-7
Maria Matos TX 166-5
Matthew Maloney RI 231-5
Rachel Yurkovich OR 176-5
Walter Henning NY 226-6
Kim Williams GA 161-6
Lincoln Tallahassee FL 40.54
Skyline Dallas TX 45.11
Cinco Ranch Katy TX 1:24.97
Skyline Dallas TX 1:36.04
Marshall Fort Bend TX 3:10.51
Marshall Fort Bend TX 3:38.52
Syosset NY 7:43.52
Boys & Girls NY 9:04.82
Dorsey Los Angeles CA 3:27.81
Westside Houston TX 3:57.71
Newton North MA 10:04.15
Warwick Valley NY 11:47.65
updated May 16


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


News items posted to DyeStat in the week ending May 12
Both US junior 10K records fall on same day!
Galen Rupp

photo by Louis LeBlanc
Lindsey Scherf

photo by Mike Boucher
In Eugene OR, U. of Oregon freshman Galen Rupp ran 28:15.51 at the Oregon Twilight meet to break Rudy Chapa's 29-year-old record of 28:32.7. Rupp ran last year for Central Catholic Portland OR high school. Story and photos
In New York City, Harvard freshman Lindsay Scherf ran 32:51.20 at the Heptagonal Championships at Columbia to break Mary Shea's 26-year-old record of 32:52.5. Scherf is from Scarsdale NY.


DyeStat Live at Oregon Twilight
Galen Rupp destroys 10K record with 28:15.51 at Oregon Twilight meet -- 17 seconds better than Rudy Chapa's US Junior record set in 1976.

After running on the heels of rabbits for 15 laps, Rupp took the lead on lap 16 with a 65.5 tour and gapped Mike Donnelly by 100 meters as the Hayward Field crowd "went nuts," Marc Davis reported. Rupp looked strong throughout and was running fastest at the end, with a 64-second last lap and a big negative split of 5k's -- 14:17 and 13:58. "He's running all alone, except for the crowd, which is on its feet screaming," Davis said.

Marc Davis story - Marc Davis live lap by lap
"Two weeks ago, if Galen Rupp gave the Oregon track fans a little appetizer, then tonight he stuffed Track Town USA with a three course meal." And the chef may be merely wetting Duck fans appetites.
Rupp gave himself a birthday present: "It was awesome. To win a race here wearing an Oregon uniform; there's nothing like it. It feels so good to run here in front of these fans. I really can't describe it."

  • AL -- Alabama 1A-3A-5A State Meet - Paul Bryant HS, Tuscaloosa
  • AL -- Alabama 2A-4A-6A State Meet - Oak Mountain HS, Birmingham. Day 1 results.
  • AZ -- Arizona regionals
  • CA DyeStatCal - all the news of the Golden State. 57 league finals posted this weekend.
  • CA El Camino Oceanside jr A.J. Acosta runs 4:10.08 mile at USATF Distance Carnival.
  • FL -- Florida 3A State Meet - 42 DyeStat Elite performances. St. Thomas Aquinas girls win 8th straight title - Justin Terry 46.59 is US#1 400m - Kelly Parrish breaks Jenny Barringer's 3200m record - Jenna Utecht 4-peats in 100H - Tiara Swanagan 42-8.75 TJ SR
  • FL -- Florida 4A State Meet - 62 DyeStat Elite performances. Northwestern Miami girls beat Oak Ridge Orlando. Evans Orlando boys win first state title. Doubles by Wondy Pierre-Louis, Ricky Jean-Francois, Brittany Jones, Jennifer Barringer, Oak Ridge girls, Lizzie Harris, and Zarina Suluki.
  • GA -- Georgia Girls State Meet - Redan wins 5A title. Complete Results.
  • LA -- Louisiana State Meet - complete results - Twol US#1 marks: Frankie Gatson goes wind legal 25-2.25 (US#1) on his fifth jump. His sixth jump was a monster, but slightly fouled. It appeared deep in 26 foot country. Crowd loved it!!
    Karjuan Williams skipped the 1600 and gave his all in the 800. He opened in 51.0 and hit 600 in 1:19, he came out flying and hit a brick wall. The clocked stopped at a State Record 1:50.33 (US#1). Had he gone out in a more reasonable pace (53-54) he could have gone in 1:48-49 territory. Crowd went nuts again!
  • MD-- Howard County Spring Track Classic -
  • MS -- Mississippi State Meet - complete results. Ridgeland soph Bianca Knight tripled 11.70 100m; 24.13 200m and 55.77 400m. Clarksdale sr Cornelius McGee, a football signee with Southern Mississippi, won four events -- 14.77 110H, 38.60 300H, 23-1.5 LJ and 48-2 TJ.
  • NM -- New Mexico 1A/2A State Meet
  • NM -- New Mexico 3A/3A/5A districts
  • OH Don Mitchell Dayton Roosevelt Memorial Invitational - Jeff See 4:08.27 mile US#1. See ran negative splits and closed with a 59-second last quarter mile. See's splits (by A.J. Holzherr): 61.5, 2:05.2, 3:09.2, and 4:08.27. Other good marks at Dayton -- Collinwood Cleveland girls 1:38.80 4x200 and 9:19.81 4x800. Mumford MI boys 3:31.57 SMR. Milford MI boys 7:54+ 4x800 and 18:04 4xMile. Clarkston MI jr Jenny Morgan 10:40+ 3200m.
  • NY - Monsignor Farrell HS, Staten Island, will dedicate its new stadium and track Monday May 9 at 12:30 pm. The track is Action Track, the field is Field Turf, and the stadium seats 2,950. School officials, community officials and the entire student body of 1,200 will be present for the ceremonies.
  • OK -- Oklahoma 2A/3A/4A State Meet
  • OK-- Oklahoma 5A/6A regionals
  • SC -- South Carolina State Meet - complete results all classes. Ridge View boys and Spring Valley girls win 4A titles.
  • TX Texas State Meet - entries and lane assignments.
  • VA -- 5th Gar-Field Invitational -
  • VA -- T. C. Williams Invitational - T.C. Williams HS, Alexandria.
  • WA Lake Washington Inv - Super 800 - Rogers Spokane sr Becca Noble did to Bellarmine sr Brie Felnagle what Felnagle usually does to others -- blow by her in the stretch -- to win a brilliant 800m in 2:06.75 US#2 to 2:08.99. Everett jr Cori Moore was third in 2:12.84. "I'm just kind of upset that I didn't give her a race, that she just blew right by me," Felnagle told the Seattle Times. "That's never really happened before."
  • WI Sean Pruitt WI DT 215-7 -- state record, US#1 this year, and US#6 all time. Valders sr Sean Pruitt set a state record DT with a throw of 215-7 in an Olympian Conference tri at Hilbers WI Thursday (5/5). Pruitt's discus sailed over a fence 190 feet from the throwing circle. It was for the second 200-footer ever in Wisconsin, US#1 this season and US#6 all time. Pruitt will throw for the U. of Michigan next year. Newspaper story



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