1/18 WKND: Clemes 33.64 300, 4 US #1's @ Arkansas, US 7 of top 9 B-PV in Reno, Cunliffe 7.35 60!

Reno ready for another weekend of pole vaulting!


 

Results, highlights, and coverage from major high school indoor track & field meets around the country on the weekend of January 18th, 2014. After exciting action mid-week already with the Milrose Trials on Wednesday at the Armory and Mary Cain setting the World Junior 1000 meter record on Thursday in Boston, the Northeast once again has one of the featured events of the weekend, but in the state of Connecticut with the Yale Classic getting underway on Friday and lasting into Saturday. There is some great meets this weekend away from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic of the East Coast this weekend when looking at the fields assembled for the Arkansas High School Invitational at the Tyson Center in Fayetteville, the Carl Lewis Invitational at the University of Houston in Texas, the Great Southwest Classic in New Mexico, and the Jimmy Carnes Youth Meet down in Gainesville, Florida.

2013-2014 Indoor Track Highlights

1/11/14 Weekend Coverage

1/4/14 Weekend Coverage

12/28/13 Weekend Coverage

12/21/13 Weekend Coverage

12/14/13 Weekend Coverage

12/7/13 Weekend Coverage

 

Meets with Highlights & Coverage of National Caliber Performances:

 

 

MileSplit US High School Indoor T&F National LeaderboardBOYS - GIRLS

 

 
 


Arkansas High School Invitational (AR)

January 18, 2014 Randal Tyson Track Center in Fayetteville, AR

 

Coverage

 

US #1's at University of Arkansas!

Girls Pole Vault - Desiree Freier (TX) 13'7"
Girls 400 - Briyanna Desoriers (IL) 55.04

Boys 800 - Zac Petrie (CO) 1:54.19
Boys Mile - Austin Dalquist (TX) 4:12.46

 

Jamari Ward - US #2 in TJ (49'0.75") at Arkansas


 

 

Girls Elite Performances

Boys Elite Performances

 

University of Washington Indoor Preview

Meet Results

US #1 7.35 60 dash by Hannah Cunliffe (WA)

Check out more coverage from University of Washington Indoor Preview on Flotrack!

Highlights

  • University of Oklahoma recruit Hannah Cunliffe (pictured far right) from Federal Way High School in Washington started off her senior year of track in a big way by clocking a US #1 time in the 60 meter dash by a significant drop from the previous top time in the country after running a new US #1 7.40 in the prelims at the University of Washington Preview meet against collegiate and pros then dropping down to another new US #1 7.35 in the finals!
  • Lakeside School freshmen Sophie Cantine ran the nation's leading time among amateur status high school runners in the 1000 with a stellar time of 2:47.64 for a rising star in the sport. (HS senior pro runner Mary Cain set a world junior record of 2:39.25 in the 1000 on Thursday in Boston).
  • Tristan Anastas from Wilson High School in Oregon cleared a US #8 height of 6'8.25" in the high jump at the Dempsey Indoor facility.
  • A 2:10 half miler last spring, Central Kitsap (WA) senior Rose Christen shook off the race rust and thawed off from this winter with a US #3 season opening time of 2:13.06 in the 800 meter run.

Girls Highlights

Boys Highlights

 

US #1 33.64 300m by Zyaire Clemens (Trenton NJ) at Armory on Friday night (Great Dane Classic). Can he challenge his future Florida State teammate Michael Cherry's national record?

Results from junior event races @ Great Dane Classic

 


Yale Track Classic (CT)

January 17, 2014 - January 18, 2014 @ Yale University in New Haven, CT

 

 

A heavy dose of relays action kicks off day 1 at Yale on Friday!

 

Coverage

 

US #1's for girls 3K & DMR at Yale

Photo by Kyle Brazeil

Saturday (Day 2) Highlights

  • Two stellar 3K races were contested on Saturday at Yale. In the girls; race, it came down to Claire Howlett of Westhill (CT) and Caroline Alcorta of West Springfield (VA) who were able to break away from previous US leader Maddy Berkson of Classical (RI) at 9:49 and last night's anchor leg on the US #1 girls DMR in Denise Branch of Benjamin Cardozo (NY). Howlett had the last top gear to then pull away from Alcorta for a two second victory in a US #1 time of 9:43.47. The nation's top 4 times were produced in the race with Howlett, Alcorta (9:45.59), Berkson (9:47.35), and Branch (9:53.46).
  • It went down to the wire in the finish for the boys 3K race between Tatnall (DE) junior Stephen Garrett (1st, 8:35.20) and Bishop Hendricken (RI) senior Colin Tierney (8:35.36). Three others joined them under 8:40 in the race as the battle for first didn't develop until late between Garrett and Tierney posting times that equate to 9:12-9:13 range for 3200 meters and US #2 and US #3 performances at the 3K distance.
  • Boys shot put national leader Benjamin Bonhurst of Smithwest West (NY) did not have his best meet of the season throwing, but he remained consistent over 60 feet this winter with his winning mark of 60'3.50" ahead of two Longwood (NY) throwers in Corey Muphy (2nd, 58'3") and Dennis Russel (3rd, 55'10").
  • Downington East (PA) senior J'Von Jennings posted an identical US #4 time of 7.48 in the 55 meter hurdles finals at the Yale Track Classic as he did just 5 days ago at the Chester County Indoor Championships.
  • US #3 ranked high jumper John Seals of West Springfield (VA) was the only competitor left after 6'6" to already claim the victory, so he went up another height and cleared 6'8", but was unable to get his second straight meet over 6'10".
  • Tony Russel‚Äčl of West Chester Henderson (PA) claimed victory in the boys mile with a US #6 effort of 4:16.26 and by the narrowest of margins over Christian Alvarado of Fairfield Prep (CT) in second place at US #7 4:16.27.
  • Pulling away from the girls 800 meter competition in convincing fashion was Port Richmond (NY) senior Yazmin Wilson-Jones with a US #8 performance of 2:14.44 and nearly 3 full seconds victory.
  • It ended up being a three team race for first in the boys 4x800 meter relay with the finish order ending up to be Ridgewood (NJ) as the winners at 8:01.53 (US #6) barely edging out Burn Hills-Ballston Lake (NY) in second place at 8:01.66, while Shenendehowa (NY) ran just inside the previous US top 10 cuto-ff in third place at 8:03.81.
  • St. Anthony's (NY) senior Melissa June ran away from the field in the girls 55 meter dash finals with a personal best and US #12 clocking of 7.14.
  • Newtown (CT) senior pole vault Jenna Calandro matched her personal best height of 12'3" in the pole vault as she moves up to a national rankings just outside of the top 10 and within the top 15.
  • The Bay Shore (NY) girls went 1-2 in the long jump with seniors Imani McGhee (18'4.50") and Anisa Toppin (17'9.50"). McGhee is currently ranked top 15 in the US at 18'6".

 

Photo by Kyle Brazeil

Friday (Day 1) Highlights

  • St. Anthony's (NY) boys closed out day 1 action with a US #2 victory of 10:21.00 in the DMR.
  • Anchored by Denise Branch with a 15 meter lead to work withto start her 1600 meter leg, the Benjamin Cardozo (NY) girls took down a short lived national leading time by the Freehold Township girls (NY) of 12:04 earlier in the evening in the DMR with a US #1 12:02 victory at Yale.
  • Current US leader and Barrington (RI) junior Adam Kelly established a new meet record on Friday afternoon in the weight throw with a mark of 74'9".
  • The West Springfield girls ran just off their US #3 time a week ago in the 4x800 in winning the large school division race on Friday with a time of 9:32.64. Monroe Woodbury (2nd, 9:35) and Colonie (3rd, 9:40) were the next best teams in the race. Championship 4x800 race is tomorrow.
  • With a 8:05.63 meet record race in the large school division 4x800 meter relay the Half Hollow Hills East boys were able to finish ahead of 4 other teams under 8:10 with a US #8 victory.
  • The New Milford girls in the Connecticut schools 4x800 ran a US #12 and state leading time of 9:39.49.
  • The 8:07.91 performance by the Staples High School boys in the in-state 4x800 meter relay race now ranks them US #13 in the event.
  • Classical High School (RI) goes 1-2 in the girls weight throw with Bianca Donadio (46'11") and Alva Hicks (46'8"). 
  • New York squads Washingtonville girls (1:47.87) and Monroe Woodbury boys (1:32.19) were the fastest relays in the first divisions contested of the 4x200 meter relay (championship 4x200 races on Saturday).
  • Michelle Otaluka (South Windsor) at a 41.48 clocking and Shnyden Pierre (Brien McMahon) at a 36.01 clocking posted the bes times from the Connecticut schools 300 meter dash races.

 

Girls Elite Performances

Boys Elite Performances

 


NJSIAA Relay Championships (NJ)

January 16, 2014 - January 19, 2014 @ John Bennett Indoor Sports Complex in Toms River, NJ

 

Coverage

 

Friday Girls Highlights

  • Two US#1's by the Freehold Township girls at the Bubble on Friday evening with a 12:04.69 performance in the DMR (Splits: Bracher 3:45.5, Panton 61.4, Vitello 2:15.3, Roche 5:03.1) followed later with a new meet record and national leading time of 9:19.51.
  • Fresh off their US #1 3:48 4x400 on Wednesday at the Millrose Games, the Columbia girls once again ran a US #1 time, but this time in the SMR with a time of 4:08.84. They were busy earlier setting an All-Group meet record in the 4x200 meter relay as well with a US #12 1:43.88 performance. 

Freehold Township senior Jake Simon was pumped to say the least when he crossed the line in first in the DMR on Thursday in the Group IV relays meet with a US #9 victory of 10:36.75. (Photo by Aaron Laserna)

 

On-Site Coverage

State Relays Central!

Everything you need to know about the State Relays! Schedule, events order, rankings, links, records! Get them all here!

Group IV Girls Elite Performances

 

Group IV Boys Elite Performances

 

Group III Girls Elite Performances

Group III Boys Elite Performances

 

Group II Girls Elite Performances

Group II Boys Elite Performances

 

Group I Girls Elite Performances

Group I Boys Elite Performances

 

 


Jimmy Carnes Indoor Youth Meet (FL)

January 17, 2014 - January 18, 2014 @ Stephen C. O'Connell Center in Gainesville, FL

 

Coverage

 

Teahna Daniels (FL) is all smiles after her US #1 6.94 clocking in the 55 meter dash at the Jimmy Carnes Youth Meet

 

 

On-Site Coverage

Jimmy Carnes Indoor Youth Meet Headquarters: What Does It Take To Be #1?

What a weekend! Friday saw the college and several pro standouts hit the track. Marvin Bracy had a nice homecoming winning the 55 meter dash on the same track he set the U.S. national high school record two years prior. Saturday saw the youth and future of our sport get their moment to shine, while the high school age groups showed why Florida is the most revered state in track and field, and invading the indoor national rankings including top ten national performances by Teahna Daniels (55 and 200), Kendal Williams (55 and 200), Daeshon Gordon (55m hurdles), and Kelvin Williams (55m hurdles)!

Bracy Returns To Spot Of High School National Record, This Time As A Pro

Two years ago Marvin Bracy was a senior at Boone High School. His first meet of 2012 would take place at the University of Florida's O'Connell Center, home of the Jimmy Carnes Indoor Track and Field Meet. Wearing a lime green and black Adidas speed suit, Bracy was down in the blocks for the start of the 55 meter dash. When the gun fired, Bracy fired out like he was shot out of a cannon. Anticipating the start spot on, he sprinted to one of the best performances I've ever seen crossing the line in 6.08 seconds. 

Videos

Mens 55m Dash Prelim Heat 2 Mens 55m Dash Prelims Heat 3 Mens 55m Dash Prelims Heat 4 Womens 55m Hurdles Final
Mens 55m Hurdles Final Womens 55m Dash Final Mens 55m Dash Final Womens Mile Heat 1
Mens Mile Heat 1 Womens 400 Heat 1 Mens 400 Heat 1 Womens 800 Heat1
Womens 200m Heat 1 Mens 200m Heat 1 Womens 3000m Heat 1 Mens 3000m Heat 1
Interview: Marvin Bracy - Mens 55m Champion Interview: Aleen Bailey - Womens 55m Dash- Runner Up Interview: Ellie Staker - Womens One Mile Champion Interview: Michael Vidal - Mens One Mile Champion
Interview: Scott Simpson & Costa Stathis Interview: Bennie Wesley - Mens 200m Heat 1 Winner Girls One Mile Run - Heat 3 Girls One Mile Run - Heat 4
Boys One Mile Run - Heat 4 Boys One Mile Run - Heat 6 Girls 55m Hurdles - Heat 6 (US#2 US#15-Tie) Boys 55m Hurdles Heat 6 - US#9, US#11-Tie
Girls 55m Dash - Heat 14 Girls 55m Dash - Heat 33 - Teahna Daniels US#1 Interview: Adair Lyden - Girls 15-16 One Mile Runner-Up Interview: Dominic Williams - Boys 15-16 One Mile Run
Interview: Rayford James - Boys 17-18 One Mile Champion Interview: Tyler Bennett - Boys 17-18 One Mile Runner-Up Interview: Denae Chapman - Girls 15-16 One Mile Champion Interview: Brittany McGee - Girls Long Jump Runner-Up
Interview: Carson Dingler - Girls 15-16 Pole Vault Champion Interview: Erica Sergeant - Girls 17-18 Pole Vault Champion Interview: Danielle Phillips- Girls Long Jump Champion - 3rd Pla Interview: Daeshon Gordon -Girls 55m Hurdles Champion - US#2
Interview: Deron Gordon - Boys 55m Hurdles Runner - Up, US#11 Sharika Barnett - Girls 400m Runner-Up Denise Spann - Girls 400m/ Flrunners Blogger Girls 400m Heat 19
Girls 400m Heat 38 Boys 55m Dash - Kendal Williams - US#9 Boys 400m - Heat 35 Interview: Andrew James - Boys 400m Champion
Boys 17-18 - 800m Run Girls 17-18 800m Run Girls 200m Dash - Teahna Daniels - US#8 Interview: Teahna Daniels, US#1 55m Dash, US#8 200m Dash

 

Girls Elite Performances

Boys Elite Performances

 

 


Reno Pole Vault Summit (NV)

January 17, 2014 - January 18, 2014 @ Reno Livestock Event Center in Reno, NV

 

Coverage:

 

Highlights

  • 7 of the top 9 high school US boys performances in the pole vault came out of Reno led by Sumner (LA) senior Devin King as the high school event champion with a successful clearance at a US #2 height of 17 feet. Three others in Harrison Williams from Tennessee, Luke Winder from Ilinois, and Tommy Dial from Oklahome all went over the bar cleanly at 16'8" (US #4 height).
  • The girls high school competition had two vaulters achieve US #2 heights of 13'2.25" in the event between Pole Vault Summit champion Alexis Romero (Wooster NV) and Pole Vault Summit runner-up Greta Wagner (Los Gatos CA). The Reno hometown girl Romero had a big PR with her 13'2.25" clearance. 5 others were able to remain in the competition after clearing a height of 12'4". 

 

Girls Elite Performances

 

Boys Elite Performances

 

 


Carl Lewis Invitational
(TX)

January 18, 2014 University of Houston in Houston, TX

 

Coverage

 

Highlights

  • Ty Anderson from Luling High School (TX) became only the second higher jump in the nation over 7 feet this season with a US #2 clearance of 7'0" down in Houston.
  • Chris Lewis of Kingwood Park (TX) clocked a US #3 time of 6.83 in the boys 60 meter dash.
  • US #10 performances in a dead heat finish for the girls 55 meter dash between winner Tyhanee Booker (Schertz Steele) and Samiyah Samuels (Cypress Springs). Both timed at 7.66.
  • Current US #3 ranked Alexis Duncan (DeSoto TX) was just off her season best 8.51 time in the 60 meter hurdles with a 8.54 victory at the Carl Lewis meet.
  • Fort Bend Marshall's Amere Lattin (TX) rolled through the boys 60 meter hurdles with a US #5 clocking of 8.08.
  • Wimberley senior Kally Long (TX) was just below her US #3 height of 13'0.25" from her performance at the University of Akron a few weeks ago with a winning clearance of 13'0" at the University of Houston on Saturday.
  • US #2 ranked shot put thrower Felipe Valencia last week threw his best mark at Texas A&M with a 63'6" performance and this week came back with another 60 plus foot throw at 61'11.75".
  • Takyera Roberson of Houston Wheatley (TX) was a 57.59 winner over Victoria Marin (58.24) from Cypress Falls (TX) in the girls 400 meter dash.

 

Girls Elite Performances

Boys Elite Performances

 


Great Southwest Indoor Classic (NM)

January 18, 2014 Albuquerque Convention Center in Albuquerque, NM

 

Coverage

 

Girls Elite Performances

Boys Elite Performances

 

 


JDL High School Mini Meets (NC)

January 17, 2014 - January 18, 2014 @ JDL Fast Track in Winston-Salem, NC

 

Coverage

 

Friday Highlights

  • Parkland girls rolled to a US #3 time of 3:54.59 at the JDL Fast Track (#1 on a flat track) in the 4x400 meter relay and were joined under 4 minutes with a US #10 time of 3:59.18 by Cary High School.
  • Cary's Layla White (NC) posted a US #4 time of 39.40 in the 300 meter dash following a 1:17 performance in the 500 less than an hour ago.
  • Parkland's Ebony Williams improved her NC state leading time in the 55 meter hurdles down to a US #8 clocking of 8.18.
  • Northeast Guilford's LeAndre McGill was able to distance himself enough from Reagain's Chase Washington-Saunders (1:06.99) for a US #8 1:06.20 win in the boys 500 meter dash.
  • Solid 3200 winning times from Mount Tabor's Ian Milder at 9:35 for the boys and Providence's Bianca Bishop at 11:05 for the girls.
  • The T.C. Roberson girls ran a North Carolina state best time of 9:45.80 in the 4x800 meter relay, which ranks just outside of top 25 in the United States this indoor season.
  • Mount Tabor's Wayne Patterson clocked a strong flat track time in the 300 meter dash with his 35.50 performance.
  • A quality 1600 meter race down to the finish between Ragsdale's Sara Platek claiming the win and Providence's Grace Sullivan finishing behind her with both timed at 5:04.

Saturday Highlights

  • Daniel Estrada (Platinum Sports) clocked 6.41 for the 55 Dash (US #9), making him the #2 sophomore in the country by only 0.01. Quashawn Cunningham (Mallard Creek) was right behind Estrada in 6.45 NC #3 US #13
  • Kylie McMillan (Southern Guilford) became the third NC girl to crack the national top 10 in the 55 Hurdles, running 8.22 (US #10 )
  • Malia Ellington (Community School of Davidson) runs 2:58.92 for the 1000 (US #8) as part of a quad including 5:02 for the 1600 and 11:39 for the 3200 (plus a 4x800 leg)
  • Allison Price (West Forsyth) gave Ellington all she could handle in that 1000, running a US #11 time of 2:59.60.
  • Khayla Dawson (Olympic) threw 41' 8" to earn a US #4 ranking in the shot put.

 

On-Site Coverage

 

Girls Elite Performances

Boys Elite Performances

 


KYA High School Indoor Classic (TN)

January 17, 2014 - January 18, 2014 @ East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, TN

 

Coverage

Saturday Highlights

  • There is a new national leader in the boys weight throw as Daniel Haugh from Georgia bested the former US #1 mark by nearly 3 feet with monster US #1 toss of 78'5".  
  • The Georgia junior thrower Kamryn Brinson improved upon her US #3 season best mark in the weight throw with a winning mark of 56'3" in Tennessee.
  • Another big day for Trentavius Friday (NC) in winning the boys 60 meter dash with a US #10 clocking of 6.93, while Jordan Burks (6.95) and Travis Collins (6.96) also dipped under 7 seconds with him achieving US top 20 performances.
  • North Cobb (GA) senior Shanel Burr posted a US #10 time of 8.72 in her 60 meter hurdles finals victory.
  • Burr finished 3rd in the finals of the 200 meter dash with DeAndre Greer (GA) clocking a US #13 time of 24.95 to earn the win. Greer was a double winner on the day with a resounding victory in the 60 meter dash in a US #12 performance of 7.64.

Friday Highlights

  • A US #2 clocking of 21.67 from Cherryville (NC) senior Trentavius Friday in the boys 200 meter dash prelims.
  • Shanel Burr of North Cobb (GA) was slightly faster than Bryana Robinson (25.54) from Pebblebrook (GA) in the girls 200 meter dash prelims with a US top 25 performance of 25.52.

 

 

Trent Jackson Invite (NY)

Meet Results

Girls Highlights

Boys Highlights

 


BYU High School Indoor Invitational (UT)

January 17, 2014 - January 18, 2014 @ BYU-Smith Field House in Provo, UT

 

Coverage

 

Girls Elite Performances

Boys Elite Performances

 

 


Fred Hardy Invitational (VA)

January 18, 2014 Estes Athletic Center in Fork Union, VA

 

Coverage

 

Girls Highlights

Boys Highlights

 

MSTCA Division 4 State Relays (MA)

January 18, 2014 @ Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Boston, MA

 

Coverage

 

Girls Highlights

Boys Highlights

 
 


East Coast Invitational (RI)

January 17, 2014 - January 18, 2014 @ Providence Career and Technical School in Providence, RI

 

Coverage

 

On-Site Coverage

East Coast Invitational highlights

Barrington's Kelly improves on nation best in 25-pound weight; Classical's Donadio clears 11 feet in pole vault. (Photos by Raphael Bieber)

Girls Elite Performances

Boys Elite Performances

 

Prince George County Championships (MD)

January 16, 2014 Prince George's Sports & Learning Center in Landover, MD

 

Coverage

 

A lot of top 500 meter dash runners nationall were stuck at 1:05 this season before Largo's Marcelle Preston was able to dip under the time with a US #1 performance of 1:04.83 at Thursday's Prince George County Championships in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Steven Pham)

 

Girls Highlights

Boys Highlights

 

 

Martin Luther King Mil-Hi Classic (CO)

January 19, 2014 Cadet Field House in USAFA, CO

 

Coverage

 

On-Site Coverage

Heating up...

For Ryan Younggreen, being out front is starting to become a little habit-forming. Photo by Alan Versaw.

MLK Mile-High Faves

Ally Watt casts a last look down the straight before settling into her blocks. Photo by Alan Versaw.

Girls Elite Performances

Boys Elite Performances

 


Martin Luther King Jr. Invitational (AL)

January 20, 2014 CrossPlex Athletic Facility in Birmingham, AL

 

Coverage

 

 

 


Michigan Indoor Track Series Meet #3 @ University of Michigan (MI)

January 16, 2014 University of Michigan Track Building in Ann Arbor, MI

 

Coverage

 

Girls Highlights

Boys Highlights

 

 


Michigan Indoor Track Series Meet #1 @ Eastern Michigan University (MI)

January 20, 2014 Bowen Fieldhouse - Bob Parks Track in Ypsilanti, MI

 

Coverage

 


Hurley Quinney Invitational (NY)

January 17-18, 2014 Barton Hall in Ithaca, NY

 

Coverage

 

 

Girls Highlights

Boys Highlights

 


Chester County Indoor Championships (PA)

January 13, 2014 Floy Lewis Bakes Field House @ Ursinus College in Collegeville, PA

 

Coverage

 

On-Site Coverage

Girls Highlights

Boys Highlights

 

 


Youngstown State University HS Meet #1 (OH)

January 12, 2014 WATTS Indoor Track Facility in Youngstown, OH

 

Coverage

 

Girls Highlights

Boys Highlights

 

 


University of Findlay High School Invitational #1 (OH)

January 18, 2014 Malcolm Athletic Center in Findlay, OH

 

Coverage

 


Kent State University High School Open #1 (OH)

January 18, 2014 Kent State Fieldhouse in Kent, OH

 

Coverage:

 

East Coast Invitational (VA)

January 14, 2014 - January 15, 2014 @ Arthur Ashe Center in Richmond, VA

 

Coverage

 


Patrick Henry's Shania Williams threw for a VA #1 and US #9 personal best mark of 44'3" on her final throw at the East Coast Invitational on Tuesday evening at the Arthur Ashe Center in Richmond.  (Photo by Tom Veazey)

 

On-Site Coverage

Videos

2014 East Coast Invite - Shania Williams US #9 44'3" Shot 2014 East Coast Invite - Girls Shot Put 2014 East Coast Invite - Girls Long Jump 2014 East Coast Invite - Girls Pole Vault
2014 East Coast Invite - Girls 4x800 2014 East Coast Invite - Girls 55 Hurdles 2014 East Coast Invite - Girls 55 Dash 2014 East Coast Invite - Girls 4x200 Sec 1
2014 East Coast Invite - Girls 4x200 Sec 2 2014 East Coast Invite - Girls 1600 Sec 1 2014 East Coast Invite - Girls 1600 Sec 2 2014 East Coast Invite - Girls 500 Sec 1-2
2014 East Coast Invite - Girls 500 Sec 3-5 2014 East Coast Invite - Girls 1000 Sec 1 2014 East Coast Invite - Girls 1000 sec 2 2014 East Coast Invite - Girls 300
2014 East Coast Invite - Girls 3200 2014 East Coast Invite - Girls 3200 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys High Jump 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys Long Jump
2014 East Coast Invite - Boys Triple Jump 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys Pole Vault 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys Shot Put 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 4x800
2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 55 Hurdles 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 55 Dash 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 4x200 Sec 1 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 4x200 Sec 2-3
2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 1600 Sec 1 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 1600 Sec 2 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 500 Sec 1-3 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 500 Sec 4-7
2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 1000 Sec 1 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 1000 Sec 2 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 1000 Sec 3 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 300 Sec 1-3
2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 300 Sec 4-8 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 3200 Sec 1 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 3200 Sec 2 2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 4x400 Sec 1
2014 East Coast Invite - Boys 4x400 Sec 2

Girls Highlights

Boys Highlights

 

 

Martin Luther King Jr. Invitational (VA)

January 20, 2014 Boo Williams Sportsplex in Hampton, VA

 

Coverage

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