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DyeStat 2002 Outdoor

84th California State Meet

May 31 - June 1, 2002 at Cerritos College, Norwalk CA -- This is the highest quality state meet competition in the US. It is a one-class meet for the most populous state and deepest in prep track talent in the country. Ten sections feed the state finals, a total of 27 athletes per event. There are preliminaries Friday in all events except the 3200 to whittle the fields down to 9. Then comes Saturday -- all finals in all events -- one of the greatest shows in high school track.
collage by Bill Leung
California State Meet

100 action photos on Events pages - Events Index
Best Marks - 281 DyeStat Elite performers

Same casts, same results in 100 and 200 meters
Allyson Felix doubles over Angel Perkins and Shalonda Solomon
Matt Bruno doubles over Rubin Williams and Reggie Bush

Allyson Felix
Matt Bruno

Poly Long Beach sweeps 4x100 and 4x400 relays
2 blistering 4x400s
Girls ring up second fastest US time ever at 3:35.99
Boys win pulsating race in last 50 meters in 3:12.10, second fastest of 2002.
Poly over Wilson
Poly on the rail

Hurdles are key to team titles
Bakersfield's Thomas Mack scores 20 of team's 32 points
J.W. North's Ashlee Brown surprises in 300H after Wilson's Dianna Gooden falls.
100/110H - 300H
Thomas Mack
2 Ashlee Brown
and 1 Lili Calhoun

Chelsea Johnson flies -
Splits and pix on the 1600 and 3200 runs -

May 31 prelims, June 1 finals - Cerritos College, Norwalk CA
Home Page - Complete Results - Dozens of action pix coming
Event Index
(top seed, top qual, finals cutoff, winners for each event)

Donna on the Side
at the 2002 CIF
California State Meet

faces in the crowd
NEW: 44 photos

left, a big rooting section for pole vaulter Katie Nishimura of Bella Vista.


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