Nokia Sugar Bowl Classic
Mar 26-27, 2004 at Tad Gormley Stadium, New Orleans LA

a DyeStat featured meet

Saturday Girls

  • 100/200 - sprint double for Tenille Wilson
  • 400 - big win for Katrina Taylor
  • 800 - Kirby Patterson repeats MR performance
  • 1600 - Laurel Pritchard 5:06.47 meet record
  • 3200 - Mary Johnston runs away from field
  • LJ/TJ - Rabouin New Orleans soph Latoya Collins doubles for MVP award
  • Relays - Magnet Baton Rouge doubles 48.59 and 3:57.17

100/200 - a double for Tenille Wilson

left, 100m finish. below, 200m finish



400 - big win for Katrina Taylor 55.12
Jr Katrina Taylor, who spent most of her day anchoring Magnet Baton Rouge relays,
picked up an individual win with ease, with nearly 3 seconds over the runner-up..

800 - Kirby Patterson 2:14.58
Daphne AL sr Kirby Patterson turned back a determined bid by Lindsay Day, St. Thomas 2:16.72 on the far turn to win this event for the second straight year, breaking her own meet record time. Day also bettered the old record.

1600 - Laurel Pritchard 5:06.47 MR
Vestavia Hills AL soph Laurel Pritchard broke up a tight 3-way race in the last 200 meters. "The field was incredibly stiff, but I felt good on the last lap," Pritchard said. "I thought I had a little sprint in me." That "little sprint" carried Pritchard past front runner Terrica Hamilton 5:08.41 (Magnet Baton Rouge) and Aubrey Phillips 5:09.17 (Woodlawn Baton Rouge). All three runners beat the old meet record, and it was a one-second PR for Pritchard.

left, at the bell, Hamilton led Pritchard and Phillips.

the finish

3200 - Mary Johnston runs by herself
St. Paul's Episcopal Mobile AL freshman Mary Johnston 11:44.61 took the lead on the first lap and pulled away the rest of the way, winning by 15 seconds.

Long Jump - Rabouin New Orleans soph Latoya Collins 18-5.75
Collins also wins TJ and her double earns MVP award for girls field events.


4x100 and 4x400 - Magnet Baton Rouge doubles 48.59 and 3:57.17
Katrina Taylor (center) spent all day crossing the finish line in front. She also won the 400.
4x100 - This one was close, as Taylor caught the Salmen anchor by 0.02 second.




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