National Scholastic Indoor Championships
March 10-12, 2006, New York Armory - a DyeStat Featured Meet

Complete Results

Event Summaries

Entries - Track
Entries - Other

Entry Standards
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Henning Walter Henning -
2 USR in 2 days

After setting a new national weight throw record of 83-2.50 Saturday at Nike Indoor Nationals in Maryland, the St. Anthony's NY junior beat that mark four times and ended with a new USR of 85-6.
WT Results and Pix

Shana Woods Photo Album - Girls
26 action shots by Open Photo - Poly Long Beach CA sr Shana Woods broke her own US record in the pentathlon and anchored Poly's Speed City 4x400 to US#5 all time ranking.
NSIC Girls Album


Photo Album - Boys

25 action shots by Open Photo - right, Foot Locker Cross Country national finalist De'Sean Turner anchored Warren Central IN's win in the 4-mile relay.

See NSIC Boys Album

Warren Central



Highlights - Complete Friday Results - Story by Steve Lurie and Matt Soja
Suffern NY girls just miss DMR record, Philadelphia sweeps SMRs in US#1 times

it was like a three medley affair that The Ringling Brothers, Barnum, and Bailey would have been proud of. The light shone brightly on the girls’ medley relays – the distance one by Suffern, NY, and the sprint variety by West Catholic of Philadelphia -- and Colts Neck, NJ, junior Craig Forys on the anchor leg of the boys’ distance medley.
Story by Steve Lurie and Matt Soja

Bianca Knight

Preview by Steve Lurie
Great Expectations: Bianca Knight and Will Coppage seeking national records.


The National Scholastic Indoor Track & Field Championship is open to full-time students in grades 9-12, born after September 1, 1986 or later that have met qualifying standards. In addition, full-time students in grades 7-8 who are eligible to compete for their high school team and have met qualifying standards are eligible to compete. Home schooled athletes who meet the age and qualifying standards are also eligible to compete. All athletes must have a valid USATF card.

Running At The Armory

The Armory features a 6-lane, 200-meter track. The track has banked turns and the Mondo surface insures excellent traction. The infield has an 8-lane Mondo-surfaced area for 55 & 60-meter dashes and hurdle events.

There are two Long Jump pits which are also used for Triple Jump events. Both have Mondo-surfaced runways. There is one Pole Vault area with a Mondo-surfaced runway.

The High Jump competition is held on the infield. There are two high jump areas which are located at the east and west end of the infield. Both have Mondo-surfaced run-up areas. The Shot Put/Weight Throw cage is located at the East end of the track. It has just been redesigned to accommodate the Weight Throw event this year.


Learn more about the Armory at the Armory web site.


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