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Armory Collegiate Games
Feb 13-14, 2004 at the New York Armory - a DyeStat On-Site meet

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LSU men and women sweep
US#1 HS relays run by Boys & Girls girls 9:06.75 4x800 (US#3 all time), Fordham Prep boys 7:54.63 4x800 and Dewitt Clinton boys 3:18.40 4x400. Same four B&G girls win 4x400 in 3:47.77 US#2.
Andra Manson 7-6 !!!

photo by John Dye
Texas freshman Andra Manson, Track and Field News High School Athlete of the Year in 2002 when he set the US high school record at 7-7, dazzled the crowd with a perfect performance. Entering the competition at 2.11 meters (6-11), Manson jumped at only four heights, making each on his first attempt and walking off calmly without expression. After 7-6, he retired for the evening. "It's a long season," Manson explained. "Save my jumps." One official asked Manson to autograph her score sheet. "I know he's going to win Olympic gold some day." Manson, who laid off last year after entering college in January, said he was enjoying Austin, which is only 90 miles from his home town of Brenham TX.
  • Mens Mile - Villanova freshmen Bobby Curtis 4:04.37 and Andrew Keino 4:04.72 finished second and third behind Georgia jr Simon Ngata 4:03.45.
  • Boys 4x400 - Dewitt Clinton 3:18.40 for the fastest time in the US this season. Clinton and South Shore waged a furious duel the last two legs with South Shore twice taking the lead only to see Clinton take it back. Clinton splits: Jemel Williams 49.1, Jeremy Alvarez 49.6, Charles Phipps 50.9 and Dwight Crooks 48.8
  • Girls 4x400 - Boys and Girls NY 3:47.77 US#2, with the same four girls winning their second relay of the meet: Danielle Biggs 56.6, Adrenee Sterrett 56.1, Chanelle Mcgregor 57.2, and Jamela Dunbar 57.3.
  • Boys 4x200 - Camden NJ 1:28.56 (they are US#1 off their 1:28.09 win in the New Balance Games)
  • Girls 4x200 - Murry Bergtraum NY 1:43.31


Friday college action
High School Friday

Fordham wins 4x800
in thriller in 7:54.63 US#1

Fordham Prep NY became the first team in the country under 8 minutes this season, and pulled three more teams along with them. Seven of the 11 teams led the race through the third exchange, when Fordham anchor Brian McCabe took the stick in fourth place. McCabe closed ground quickly and had the lead by the bell (left) in a 1:54 anchor. The next four teams claimed US#2 to US#5 in the national rankings: Liverpool 7:56.26, South Shore 7:58.11, Shenendehowa 7:58.97, and Shaker 8:00.68.

Boys & Girls and Bay Shore run US#1-2 times of 2004 and US#3 and US#7 all time

Bay Shore led Boys & Girls the entire way in the 4x800 relay Friday night until Boys and Girls anchor Chanelle McGregor (red) outkicked Bay Shore anchor Mary Liz McCurdy in the last 200 meters. The winning time of 9:06.75 is the fastest in the US this year and Bay Shore's 9:08.07 is US#2. They also moved into #3 and #7 all time in Jack Shepard's HIGH SCHOOL TRACK annual. McGregor split 2:14.1 and McCurdy 2:14.7. Third legs were Bay Shore's Laura Cummings 2:13.1 and B&G's Adrenne Sterrett 2:12.5.


Biggest in-season meet of the college indoor season brings 80 men's and women's teams from around the country to the New York Armory Friday and Saturday. High School relays are also featured. DyeStat on-site to cover a bunch of "DyeStat graduates" (recent stars of the DyeStat high school scene), such as Bobby Curtis, Donovan Kilmartin, Brendan Christian, Derron Flood, Darren Woods, Matt DeBole, Brian Dalpiaz, Andra Manson, Brandon McFarling, Ronnetta Alexander, Lashinda Demus, Stephanie Smith, Debra Vento, Reanna Townsend, and Kira Costa.

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