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2003 indoor

Virginia Tech HS Indoor

Jan 31-Feb 1, 2003 at Rector Fieldhouse, Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg VA

Boys 4x400

a DyeStat on-site meet


New Horizon GA (Wheeler) 3:18.18 US#1

Reggie Witherspoon started his anchor leg in third place, moved up to second after one lap and then blasted into the lead on the backstretch to win with a 47.2 split, beating Archbishop Carroll DC 3:19.89. Carroll's freshman Randy Lee opened with a remarkable 47.4 split to put them in the lead, but Motor City MI (Mumford) took over in the middle legs before Witherspoon's anchor.

Reggie Witherspoon

New Horizon splits (all attend Wheeler HS):
1. Aries Merritt 49.2
2. David Dickens 49.2
3. Cameron Butler 52.6
4. Reggie Witherspoon 47.2

freshman Randy Lee's opening leg

 

Boys 4x400 Meter Relay
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 Meet Record: * 3:19.95  2002        Mumford H.S.                              
    School                                               Seed     Finals  H#
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  1 New Horizon  'A'                                  3:22.00    3:18.18*  1 
  2 Archbishop Carroll  'A'                           3:22.10    3:19.89*  1 
  3 Motor City Track-MumfordHS  'A'                   3:24.00    3:20.54   1 
  4 DeMatha Catholic  'A'                             3:24.75    3:20.56   1 
  5 C.H. Flowers High  'A'                            3:25.00    3:22.98   2 
  6 DeWitt Clinton HS  'A'                            3:23.00    3:24.55   1 
  7 Heritage - Lynchburg  'A'                         3:34.00    3:24.98   6 
  8 Westfield High School  'A'                        3:30.24    3:26.02   4 
  9 Zebulon Baird Vance  'A'                          3:31.00    3:28.87   4 
 10 Paint Branch High School  'A'                     3:26.90    3:28.96   2 
 

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