Which State Has the Best All-Star Indoor Relay Teams?

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Boys 4x200

How'd we calculate this? We took the top four athletes from each state and combined them for a relay. 

According to our work, Pennsylvania would rule the boys 4x200. 

It helps to have one of the fastest boys in US history on your side. 

Dock Mennonite Academy senior Austin Kratz is currently US No. 3 in the 200m and No. 10 all-time in the event with his 21.04 from last month's SPIRE Scholastic Showcase.

He would have some great teammates on his side though, too, with North Allegheny's Ayden Owens having turned in a US No. 6 21.35 at the SPIRE Showcase, as well Harry S. Truman senior Sayyid Sanders (US No. 8 21.47) and Saint Joseph Prep's Miles Green, who's run the US No. 25 mark of 21.84. Pennsylvania's third and fourth boys both captured their best marks at the Ocean Breeze High School Invitational

Check out how our mock 4x200 ended up:


PAAustin Kratz 21.04
Ayden Owens 21.35
Sayyid Saunders 21.47
Miles Green 21.84
MDEric Allen, Jr. 20.91
Brendon Stewart 21.71
Nicholas Wilson 21.79
Ashton Allen 21.96
GABrian Herron 20.95
Nick Ramey 21.73
Elija Godwin 21.86
Daniel Robinson 21.90
TXGregory Sholars 21.58
Glenn Bender 21.66
Tylin Jackson 21.81
Adrese Atkins 21.94
NJMario Heslop 21.09
Akeem Lindo 21.73
Isaiah Greene 22.10
Rahmir Johnson 22.10
NYD' Andre Barriffe 21.71
Nathaniel Davis 21.74
Tahje Flemmings 21.89
Elijah Jones 22.14
MIJames Flournoy 21.66
Matthew Moorer 21.87
Cortez Cunningham 21.97
Donnie James 22.14
CABilly Bowens 21.78
Christopher Hill 21.85
Cristian Moore 21.94
Naythn Scruggs 22.15

Edit (3/9): Ohio boys - Dorian Hooker (21.53), Phil Zuccaro (21.83), Christian Ford (21.90), Demetrius Jackson (21.90) = 1:27.16, good enough for sixth.