Kansas 2003 outdoor
Kansas Week
May 3

by Anthony Bozarth

Tuesday: TIS Invitational at Halstead

Independence swept both the boys and girls titles here, with Jordan
Regehr of Halstead getting top marks with a 50.68/ 22.65 long sprint

Centre Invitational @ Centre HS, Lost Springs
Centre won the girls tilte, edging Inman 103-96, while Inman won the
boys title 133-84 over Marion. Defending 2A state HJ champ Jill Swisher
(Inman) swept the HJ (5-5), LJ (17-1) AND tj (34-9.75)

Friday 5/2/03

Topeka Seaman Relays (preliminary report)
Topeka Seaman's Kyle Irvin cruised a 47.9 400 to highlight the
evening's events, and ran a 2nd place 21.9 200 to highlight the
evening's festivities. Jeff Co West's Laci Heller broke the meet record
in the SP by over a foot, throwing 42-3. Heller then placed second in
the DT (128-8) to Osage City's Anna Stadel (129-8).
A duel of two of the state's top TJ's saw Sasha Spann (Topeka
Highland Park) jump a state leading 39-8.75 to outleap Emporia's
Stephanie Miller (38-8.5), both breaking the meet record 37-11 Miller
set last year.

Shawnee Heights Invitational @ Shawnee Heights HS, Tecumseh

Olathe North used balanced strength to sweep the boys and girls
titles. and Trisa Nickoley provided the individual highlights.
Nickoley (Shawnee Heights) gave the home crowd a thrill, with big
wins in the 400 (56.56) and 1600 (5:28.87). Nickoley won the 400 by
almost 4 seconds, and edged Ottawa's Lisa Morrisey in the 1600
Olathe North was led by distance runner Lance Williams, who won the
1600 (4:37.65), and sprinter Jim Booknight won own the 100 (11.03).
SM West's Jeff Daniel won the 800 in 1:58.59 by a large margin
Olathe North's girls were led by Stephanie Dyke, who scored wins in
the LJ (17-3.5), 100 H (16.03) and 300 H (50.15).


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