2/7 National Weekend Rundown

Conner Mantz of Sky View, UT won the USATF USA Cross Country Junior Men's Championship this weekend.

Highlights, coverage & results from the top meets across the country during the first weekend of February. Check back all weekend long with updates on the top national performances in high school indoor track & field!

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  • USA Cross Country Championships (CO) - Conner Mantz wins the Junior Men's race and locks down his ticket to China, as does John Dressel (third overall), Eric Hamer (fourth overall) & Paul Roberts (sixth). Ladies Katie Rainsberger and Lauren Gregory sneak into a college-dominated Junior Women's race and claim their first international xc spots with third and fourth places over 6k.
  • New Balance Grand Prix (MA) - Pre-race favorite Ryen Frazier lives up to the hype, wins Junior Girls Mile in Meet Record 4:44.02, just a few seconds off her US #1 mark! Malia Ellington in second at 4:53.63. Junior Boys race comes down to the tape as Logan Wetzel nabs the win over Jack Salisbury, 4:08.75 to 4:08.76, for US #2 and US #3!
  • Cherry & Silver All-Comers (NM) - #YearoftheVault continues as two boys break the National High School Record in the pole vault at the same meet in the same day - Deakin Volz clears 5.45m (17-10.5) before Paulo Benavides clears 5.46m (17-11) for the win!
  • UW High School Invitational (WA) - Sophia Rivera breaks her own US #1 in the shot put w/ a 50' 6.25'' toss. Nike Iyer (CA) in 3000m goes 10:02.17 for US #3. Mikaela Smith (WA) in 800m goes 2:17.87. Annie Hill (MT) in mile goes 4:59.60 .
  • AHSAA State Indoor 1A-7A Championships (AL) - Eighth-grader Amaris Tyynismaa (Catholic-Montgomery) sets Alabama State Record in the Two Mile at 10:32.94! Nathanaiel Huggins ties US #8, sets state meet record of 6.87 60m.
  • Arkansas Indoor State Meet (AR)
  • David Oliver Classic (NC) - Day 2 action includes US #1 7.39 60m from Teahna Daniels (FL), US #2 4:53.97 from Nevado Mareno! Drew Hunter US #1 8:59.6 3,200m wins by more than 20 seconds! Weini Kelati (Leesburg Heritage) US #8 10:49.10 3,200m & Caroline Yarbrough (Page US #9 10:50.95. Parkland US #3 1:39.4 4x200m. Ariel Davis US #4 7.90 55H. Leesville Road US #5, NC #2 All-Time 9:18.7 4x800m w/ 2:14 leg from sophomore Nevada Mareno!
  • LSU High School Last Chance Qualifier (LA)
  • Jacksons Invitational/New Balance West (ID) - Cali sophomore Lauren Rain Williams ran a National Sophomore Class Record & US #9 all-time 23.39 in 200! Davis (UT) sweeps 4x800s with boys clocking US #1 time of 7:49! Makena Morley (10:44) and Elijah Armstrong (9:14) sweep 2 miles!
  • Air Force High School Indoor Open (CO) - Ally Watt smokes US #2 times in both 60 (7.40) & 200 (24.08)! Norman Grimes makes trip from Texas to Colorado Springs to win 60H (7.86) & 400 (49.26). Outstanding 800m time at altitude from Jordyn Colter (Cherry Creek CO) in 2:16!
  • The Varsity Classic (NY) - Hand-timed results will not count on the official national leaderboard, but Ciara Leonard (Cheltenham, PA) goes US #2 7.84 in the 55h. Sarah Walker (US #1 600m/US #2 800m) wins debut in Mile at 5:01.6. Stanford commit Catherine Pagano (Northern Highlands, NJ) solos a US #1 2:09.8 800m to win by 11 seconds!
  • FCIAC Championships (CT) - NBN 2 Mile Champion Hannah Debalsi triples with US #1 10:50.41 2 Mile, 5:13.47 1,600m & 3:02.52 1k.
  • Indiana Track Club High School Open (IN) - Deakin Volz breaks National High School Record in the pole vault with a 5.43m (17-10.5) clearance. The mark is beaten later in the day by Paulo Benavides.
  • MITS - SVSU #3 (MI) - Jaron Flournoy nearly breaks US #1 in the 200m but must settle to tie US #2 in 21.36. Oak Park dominates relays, highlighted by Boys US #2 3:19 4x400m. Drake Gauthier US #6 1:53 800m.
  • Delaware State Meet (DE) - Maiya Dendy sweeps the sprints (55, 200, 400) including a US #7 clocking of 7.04 in the 55, while her Padua Academy squad sweeps the relays (4x200, 4x400, & 4x800).