2013 Outdoor Highlights
Ben Saarel (UT) used his fierce kick to take down the nations top milers in NY. (Photo by Kyle Brazeil)
Wesley Frazier (NC) won a deep girls mile in NYC. (Photo by Kyle Brazeil)
Ky Westbrook (AZ) outlasted Marybeth Sant (CO) in the girls Dream 100! (Photo by Kyle Brazeil)
Cameron Burrell (TX) dominated the field with a winning time of 10.40! (Photo by Kyle Brazei)
- Photo Album by Kyle Brazeil
- ELITE INTERVIEWS
- HS DREAM MILE (Boys Dream Mile Race Video & Girls Dream Mile Race Video)
- HS DREAM 100 (Boys Dream 100 Race Video & Girls Dream 100 Race Video)
- All Dream Athlete Interviews
- ELITE INTERVIEWS
HS DREAM INTERVIEWS
- Andres Arroyo & Bernie Montoya (Dream Mile)
- Hannah & Haley Meier (Dream Mile)
- Wesley Frazier (Dream Mile)
- Cameron Burrell (Dream 100)
- Kendal Williams (Dream 100)
- Trayvon Bromell (Dream 100)
- Kali Davis-White (Dream 100)
- Deanna Hill (Dream 100)
- Trentavis Friday (Dream 100)
- Kenzo Cotton (Dream 100)
- Kaylin Whitney (Dream 100)
- Aayliah Brown (Dream 100)
- Boys Preview Article
- Girls Preview Article
- Pre-Meet Video Footage
Highlights (Complete Results)
- Boys Dream Mile: Ben Saarel (UT) used his fast and furious kick to win the boys mile in 4:02.72. Henry Wynne (CT) was 2nd in 4:05.04 with a great kick of his own, and Edward Cheserek (NJ) finished 3rd in 4:05.36.
- Girls Dream Mile: Wesley Frazier (NC) finally won the big one with a stellar time of 4:39.18. The Meier twins compeleted the Duke-recruits sweep with Hannah finishing 2nd in 4:40.48 and Haley 3rd in 4:42.11.
- Boys Dream 100: Cameron Burrell (TX) completed his like-father-like-son moment by winning in dominating fashion with a time of 10.40 through rainy and windy conditions. Ceolamar Ways (FL) was 2nd in 10.59 and Elijah Hall-Thompson (FL) finished 3rd in 10.60.
- Girls Dream 100: Ky Westbrook (AZ) won a close battle over Marybeth Sant (CO) with times of 11.52 to 11.55. Kali Davis-White (FL) was 3rd in 11.59.
- Complete Results (310 elites)
- Long Beach Poly (CA) blazed a 44.94 in the 4x100m relay for US#8 All-Time!! Poly also won the 4x400m relay in a chill 3:47.01.
- Ariana Washington (Poly) blazed a great double with a 100m victory in 11.27w and a 200m victory in 23.18!
- Courtney Corrin (Clovis West) won the long jump with a stellar 20-05.25.
- Kaitlyn Merritt (Santa Margarita Catholic) won the pole vault with a leap of 13-3 with Gardenia Centanaro (Roosevelt) 2nd in 12-9.
- Stamatia Scarvelis (Dos Pueblos) won the shot with a US#1 put of 51-9.25.
- Khalfani Muhammad (Notre Dame) won the boys 100m dash in a time of 10.22w and the 200m dash in 20.73.
- Miles Parish (Etiwanda) won the boys 400m dash in 47.45.
Arnott won the discus with a big toss of 195-11. (Photo by Don Rich)
Cyre Virgo won the PA State HJ title in a stellar 5-11.25 despite windy conditions. (Photo by Patty Morgan)
- Complete Coverage Headquarters
- Phil Grove's Friday Stories
- Phil Grove's Saturday Stories
- Cory Mull's Friday Stories
- Cory Mull's Saturday Stories
- When Officials get it wrong: The Case for Video Evidence by Phil Grove
- Video Interviews from Day Two (52 interviews!)
- Video Interviews from Day One (15 interviews!)
- Photo Albums
- AA Boys Preview
- AAA Boys Preview
- AA Girls Preview
- AAA Girls Preview
- Cyre Virgo (Fleetwood) won the girls AAA high jump with a state meet record of 5-11.25.
- Wellington Zaza (Garnet Valley) won three golds in his final meet, winning the Triple Jump in 49-10.25, the 110H in a fast 13.66 and the 300H in 37.24.
- Penn Wood girls flew in the AAA 4x400m relay, winning in 3:50.20 over Central Bucks West in 3:50.56.
- Bensalem won the AAA 4x400m relay in 3:19.73 over Pennridge, 3:19.80. They also won the 4x800m relay in 7:47.82.
- Evan Arnott (Schuylkill Valley) won the boys AA discus with a toss of 195-11.
Jones killed it in the 800m with a 1:50.33 clocking.
- Photo Albums
- Video Coverage
- Preview Article
- Performance List
- Frosh Taylor Werner capped her first year of HS with an impressive showing, winning the 800m run in 2:13.12, the 3200m run in a class record of 10:38.04 and ran on the winning 4x800m relay for Ste. Genevieve in 9:25.45.
- Charles Jones (Cardinal Ritter) blasted the boys 800m run with a quick 1:50.33.
- Hannah Long (Eureka) won the 1600m run with a quick time of 4:49.53 and the 800m run with a quick 2:11.06.
- Spencer Haik (Glendale) won the boys 1600m run in 4:12.81.
- Christian Brothers College won a showdown over Hazelwood Central 3:16.12 to 3:16.94.
- The 4x800m relay was also a close race with Rockhurst taking down Marquette 7:49.24 to 7:49.81.
- Chris Mooneyham (Glendale) won a stacked 3200m run in 9:06.86 over Colton Rockhold (Truman) in 9:07.08. Stephen Mugeche (Blue Springs) was 3rd in 9:07.89.
- Aaron Mallett (McCluer North) won the 300H with a very fast 36.98 clocking.
Jack Keelan celebrates his state title and sub-9 performance!
- Jack Keelan St. Ignatius) had a blazing double, winning the 3200m run and 1600m run. Keelan smoked an 8:57.61 in the 3200m run in a stacked race as Alex Riba was 2nd in 8:59.37. 9 were at 9:10 or under! Keelan then won the 1600m run in a time of 4:12.11.
Baker and Thompson sizzle on the track in the 3200m run.
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- Photo Albums
- Video Footage (Races and Interviews)
- Jalen Ramsey (Brentwood Academy) put up a huge US#1 in the long jump, winning with a leap of 25-03.25.
- Brock Baker (Oakland) rolled in the distance events, winning the 1600m in 4:18.58, the 3200m in fast 9:01.99 clocking and finishing 2nd in the 800m in 1:54.36. The 3200m was fast as 2nd was Conner Thompson (Oakland) in 9:04.07 and 3rd was Aaron Templeton (Hardin Valley) in 9:09.69.
VA Regional Track and Field Championships, VA
- Complete Regional Coverage Article (Ridiculous Photo and Video Coverage!!)
Eastern Region Highlights (Meet Page)
Ray was solid over the hurdles in VA. (Photo by Mary Ann Magnant)
- Michael Cherry (Oscar Smith) flew in the 200m dash (21.37) and 400m dash (47.31).
- Grant Holloway (Grassfield) won the high jump with a leap of 6-11 in a great battle with Steven Dunbar (Tallwood) who was also over 6-11.
- Andrew Hines (Grassfield) cracked the 60' barrier in the shot with a put of 60-06.
- Chantel Ray (Hampton) won the 100H in a quick time of 13.84.
Northern Region Highlights (Meet Page)
West Springfield dominated the 4x800m relay. (Photo by Steven Pham)
- West Springfield rolled in the girls 4x800m relay, posting a fast time of 9:08.98.
- Felecia Majors (South County) won the 400m dash in 54.74, the pole vault in 12-6 and the triple jump with a 39-2.75 leap.
Northwest Region Highlights (Meet Page)
Forest Park burned up the track in the 4x100m. (Photo by Arnel Gonce)
- Mustaqeem Williams (Forest Park) rolled in the 100m dash and 200m dash with times of 10.69 and 21.41.
- Ricky Morgan (Forest Park) blasted the competition in the 400m dash with a 47.51 clocking.
- Forest Park dominated the competition in the 4x100m relay with a 40.91 clocking.
NJ Regional Track and Field Championships, NJ
- Alexa Efraimson won the girls 1600m run with a blazing solo run of 4:39.25 in 4A action and came back to win the 800m run in 2:08.17.
- Amy Eloise-Neale won the 3A 1600m with a time of 4:44.88 and the 800m run with a swift 2:08.61. Megan Beauchene (Kamiakin) was 2nd in 4:45.34 and Katie Knight (North Central) was 3rd in 4:45.84.
- Katie Knight was the champ in the 3200m run, rolling to a 10:18.22 solo effort.
- Rachel Proteau (West Albany) cleared a stellar 6-1 in the high jump to win the 5A event in an event and state record clearance.
- Erin Clark (South Eugene) won the 6A 3000m title with a state record of 9:32.08 after taking over the pacing duties around lap 6.
- Nicolle Murphy (Arkansas City) won the javelin with a big toss of 151-1.
Leingang ended his HS career with 4 gold medals at state. (Photo by NDHSAA)
Jake Leingang (Bismarck) ended his senior season in style, winning 3 individual golds and a relay gold. Jake won the 800m run in 1:57.25, the 1600m run in 4:13.69 and the 3200m run in 9:24.48. Bismarck also won the 4x800m relay in 8:05.92.