2013 Outdoor Highlights
Florida Relays, FL
St. Thomas Aquinas blazed to relay records in the 4x1 and 4x4 relays. (Photo by Jeff Adams)
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- Andres Arroyo (Colonial FL) lit up the stadium to get the Florida Relays off to a rocking start with a US#6 All-Time 1:47.79 clocking over 800 meters!! FloTrack reported it as the 6th fastest time in the WORLD and the fastest US time of the year for HS, College and Pro!
- Daesha Rogers won the girls 800 meter run with a time of 2:11.69.
- Darrielle McQueen won the long jump with a nice 19-6.5 clearance.
- St. Thomas Aquinas rolled in the girls 4x400m relay with a US#1 clocking of 3:40.79 and also won the 4x100m relay in 46.49.
- Lakewood boys likewise put up a fast time, winning the 4x400 with a 3:13.32.
- The American Heritage boys won the 4x100m relay with a quick 40.49 clocking.
Girls 3200m run: Sarah Baxter wins in 10:08.76.
Saarel closed in a blazing fast 55.2 to win in Arcadia! (Photo by Image of Sport)
Sasha Wallace showing off the form of a champion and all-time hurdler in the 100H's. (Photo by Image of Sport)
- Ben Saarel (UT) rolls with a 55.2 last lap to run 8:45.74 to win the Invite 3200m run!! Bernie Montoya (AZ) closes hard for 2nd in 8:47.07. 16 runners got under 9 in this race and 18 total sub-9 performances on the day! Blake Haney (CA) was 3rd with a quick 8:48.58, Jacob Thomson (KY) was 4th in 8:48.73 and Jack Keelan (IL) was 5th in 8:50.74. Adam Peterman rolled in the seeded sections of the 3200m run, clocking 8:57.10 for the win over John Lawson who was 2nd in 8:58.19.
- Sarah Baxter rolled in the girls 3200m run, opening it up over the last three laps to win in 10:08.76. Anna Maxwell ran a school record 10:10.51 to finish 2nd and Katie Knight wound up third with a great time of 10:11.93.
- Kaitlyn Merritt cleared an amazing 13-8 in the pole vault to set a new US Soph record!
- Redondo Union (CA) won the boys DMR with a blazing 10:07.57 clocking. Dana Hills (CA) got up for 2nd with a time of 10:08.50 and Madera South (CA) finished 3rd in 10:09.42.
- Deer Valley ran 3:50.50 for the win in the seeded sections of the girls 4x400m.
- Arianna Washington won the 200m dash with a blazing 23.34 clocking! Kali Davis-White finished 2nd in 23.71 and Ky Westbrook rounded out the top-3 with a quick time of 23.87.
- Sasha Wallace rolled in the 100 Hurdles with a quick 13.55 clocking. Sherrelle Jordan was 2nd with a time of 13.74.
- Long Beach Poly won the sprint medley relays with the boys running 1:33.22 and the girls hitting a time of 1:44.73.
- Redondo Union girls ran a fine 9:09.74 to win the Invite 4x800 relay by 10 seconds.
- Courtney Corrin, just a freshman, won the long jump with a nice leap of 20-02.25.
- Loyola won a great battle in the boys Invite 4x800 relay with a time of 7:44.13. Rocky Mountain was 2nd in 7:44.46 and Dana Hills was 3rd in 7:45.10.
- Boyd Anderson won the 4x200m relay over Long Beach Wilson 1:37.87 to 1:39.85.
- Ky Westbrook won the 100m dash with a quick 11.50 clocking to just edge Kali Davis-White in 11.51.
- Khalfani Muhammad won the boys 100m dash in a time of 10.46.
- Eugene Hamilton III won the 800m run with a time of 1:50.19 over Chris Ibarra in 1:50.30, blazing!
- Marcus Chambers won the 400m dash with a quick 46.62 clocking while Shamier Little won the girls race with a fast 54.49 clocking.
- Shea Martinez won the girls mile in 4:52.39 over Megan Beauchene in 4:53.19 for 2nd. Martinez also won the 800m run in 2:09.26 over Courtney Clayton in 2:09.30.
Devin King clears 17-3 in the pole vault on Saturday. (Photo by Angelle Albright)
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- Marlon Humphrey (Hoover) won the 110H in a time of 13.30 and the 300H in a meet record time of 35.60.
- Devin King cleared a meet record 17-3 in the pole vault with Dylan Duvio 2nd in 17-00.
- Cameron Luper took flight in the long jump with a leap of 24-06.50 and won the 200m run with a quick 21.07 clocking.
- Cory Hamilton (Parkway) won the 400m dash with a time of 47.77.
- Kendall Williams won the 100H in 13.61 and the high jump in 5-07 and took the long jump with a fine 19-07.25 jump.
- Madison Heath cleared 13-00 in the pole vault to take the win.
- Carmen Carlos won the 1 mile run with a quick 4:51.75 clocking.
- Marcquita Stalbert won the 200m dash with a time of 23.85.
Colonial Relays, VA
Tom Coyle gets the baton for the anchor leg of LaSalle's DMR victory. (Photo by Brandon Miles)
LaSalle had reason to smile after taking the DMR and 4x800 in VA. (Photo by Charles Stone)
Henderson won the 4x800 with a clocking of 9:32.93. (Photo by Charles Stone)
- LaSalle (PA) won the DMR with a time of 10:17.77 over Germantown Friends in 10:21.54. LaSalle then won the 4x800m relay on Saturday with a time of 7:56.69.
- Henderson girls won the 4x800m relay with a time of 9:32.93.
Byron Robinson clearing the last hurdle. (Photo by Jacqueline Justice)
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- Western Branch senior and Penn State University recruit Byron Robinson clocked a a US #1 time of 53.45 in the 400 meter hurdles on day one of the Atlantic Coast Spring Break Invitational in Suffolk, Virginia. Coming off an indoor season with best times of 1:04.37 in the 500 meter dash and 34.32 in the 300 meter dash, Robinson was pushed to the national leading time by Booker T. Washington's Rodney Johnson, who had a runner-up performance of 54.01, which ranks him #3 in the nation currently.
- US top 10 performances were also recorded in the girls 400 meter hurdles by Great Bridge's Heather Smith and Bayside's Summer Walter. Neither hurdler improved upon their PR's, but a great battle nonetheless between the returning VA 3A 300 meter hurdles state champ Smith (1st, 1:04.32) and the New Balance Nationals pentathlon All-American Walter (2nd, 1:04.97).
- Davon Grayson of King's Fork improved by a dramatic margin over 2 feet with his leap of 23'4" in the long jump on Friday at Lakeland High School to move the senior Grayson to the top of the Virginia state leaderboard.
- New state leading times were produced for both boys and girls in the 1600 meter sprint medley relays by the Western Branch boys at 3:37.42 and the Phoebus girls at 4:22.56.