2013 Outdoor Highlights
- Mary Cain ran in the Elite women's 800m run and ran a very solid race to capture the Junior Class record with a time of 2:01.68!! Brenda Martinez won the race overall with a time of 1:59.59.
Sant rolls in the 100m and 200m!
- Marybeth Sant (Valor Christian) rolled in both the 100m and 200m with a US#1 clocking of 11.38 and a 23.91 added on for good measure!
- Elise Cranny (Niwot) won the 800m run with a solid 2:08.68.
- Valarie Allman broke her own meet record in the discus with a heave of 167-109.
Bethanie Brown looks ready for big things in the post-season. (Photo Courtesy of Karol Brown)
Bethanie Brown of Waterville destroyed her personal best en route to the fastest 3200m ever run by a Maine HS girl. Brown covered the 8 lap race in a record 10:13.90. The mark took an amazing 5.19 seconds of the former record of Abbey Leonardi which was set in the New England Championship in 2011. The mark currently ranks Brown #5 nationally.
Rutt over Andrews in the Elite 800m run. (Photo by Don Rich)
Latavia Thomas got the 'W' with a 2:04.15 clocking off a slow opening lap. (Photo by Don Rich)
Brendan Shearn won the boys 3200m in a solid 9:04.51. (Photo by Don Rich)
Beautiful evening for some fast times in PA! (Photo by Aaron Rich)
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- Michael Rutt won the men's elite 800 with a time of 1:47.51, not a PR but a solid race effort and kick for the newly minted sub-4 club member. Robby Andrews finished 2nd with a huge close after getting caught behind some runners with 300 to go and finished in 1:48.35.
- Latavia Thomas won the women's elite 800 with a time of 2:04.15 after a slow start with 61 second opener quarter for the pack.
- Max Norris won the boys 1600m run with a huge PR clocking of 4:12.73.
- Brendan Shearn won the boys 3200 with a fast 9:04.51 clocking after a monster kick with 300 to go.
- Jeffrey Wiseman won the boys 800m run with a quick 1:52.72 clocking.
- Ben Saarel continues his amazing season, this time rolling to a 8:49.08 3200m clocking to break Luke Puskedra's state record of 8:54.
Bromell, Williams trade barbs in 100m/200m races. (Photo by Randy Settle)
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- Trayvon Bromell won the 100m dash in 10.45 and anchored a winning 4x100m relay.
- Kendal Williams took down Bromell in the 200m dash with a winning time of 21.12 to 21.41.
- Kaylin Whitney, a frosh from East Ridge, won the 100m dash and 200m dash in impressive fashion with times of 11.79 and 23.40.
- Artie Burns won the boys 110H with a time of 14.31 and the 300m Hurdles with a time of 38.33.
Kali Davis-White blazed to a 200m record win in 23.05 and added the 100m win as well. (Photo by Randy Settle)
Arroyo wins 3 state titles, in teammates spikes, in 2 hours! (Photo by Randy Settle)
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- Andres Arroyo won three state titles in the span of 2 hours, starting with his win in the 1600m (4:15.50), leading the entire way and finishing more than four seconds ahead of the field. Just seven races later, Arroyo lined up for his shot at the 800m. Boyd Anderson sophomore Javon Patterson led the field after the first lap but Arroyo closed on the turn, passed him on the back stretch, extended his strides and finished home for his second title in 1:54.09. Arroyo then walked off the track, got a drink, let the 200m races go and then after one heat of the girls 3200m was back on the track again for his longest and likely most challenging race of the day. After a few laps in the back, Arroyo separated and with just over a lap to go had established all the lead he would need to make history. With about 420 meters to go, Arroyo looked to his left and right, saw no challenges and finished in 9:30.75 to win by more than four seconds.
- Boyd Anderson senior Kali Davis-White capped her high school track career by dominating the girls sprints. She was pushed by Sparling in the 100m but ran a 200m that cemented her in the record books. In the 200m final, Davis-White put an exclamation point on the meet, her event and her prep career by shattering a 12 year old record set by Ericka Whipple in 2001. Whipple's previous state record of 23.36 and the national mark of 23.39 were set down in deplorable conditions by Davis-White who finished it in 23.05.
Carlos and her coach after her 1600m record. (Photo by Tim Loreman)
- Carmen Carlos (McGill-Toolen) won the 6A 1600m run with a quick 4:48.23 to set the state record.
- Marlon Humphrey (Hoover) won the 6A 400m dash with a quick 47.91 clocking. He also clocked a state record 13.53 in the prelims of the 6A 110 hurdles.