Candace Hill broke her own Georgia State Records in the 100m (11.3) and 200m (23.05).
- Oregon Twilight (OR)
- Loucks Games (NY)
- Southern Track Classic (VA)
- North Carolina State Meet 3A/4A (NC)
- Georgia Girls State Meet (GA)
- Arizona State Meet (AZ)
- Mississippi State Meet 2A/4A/6A (MS)
- Louisiana State Meet (LA)
- Trinity League Finals (CA)
- 7A State (AR)
Oregon Twilight (OR)
Matthew Maton reacts after becoming the sixth prep in history to break four minutes in the mile.
- Matthew Maton (unattached, OR) becomes the sixth prep to break four minutes for the mile with a final time of 3:59.38, which ranks U.S. No. 3 All-Time
- Levi Thomet (Kodiak, AK) runs 4:07.60 Mile
- John Dressel (WA) ran 8:20.58 to place seventh in the 3k
Mikey Brannigan ran 8:42.92 in the 3,200m to break the New York State Record. Watch the race here.
- Mikey Brannigan (Northport, NY) runs US #1, US #17 All-Time 8:42.92 3,200m, blowing by Penn Relays 3k Champion Alex Ostberg, who runs 8:43
- Luke Gavigan is back! The 2014 Millrose Games Mile Champion, NBN runner-up regains some of last year's form with a tidy 4:05 anchor leg to guide his Tappan Zee (NY) squad to US #5 10:09.09 in the DMR. He returned on Saturday to win the Mile in 4:12.71.
- Gairy Springer (Thomas Jefferson, NY) 1:52.62 800m to beat out James Asselmeyer, Peter Garmon
- Anton Porter (Mount St. Michael, NY), Rai Benjamin (Mt. Vernon, NY) both run 10.69 100m but Porter gets the win. On Day 2, Porter wins 200m in 21.58 while Benjamin wins both 400m (46.67) and 400mH (51.71)
- Rayvon Grey (Beacon, NY) US #4 24-9.75 LJ
- Bella Burda (Arlington, NY) defeats Hannah DeBalsi (Staples, CT), 10:24.84 in 3,200m
- New York teams North Rockland and Suffern battle it out, but it's Suffern's 600-meter National High School Record Holder in Kamryn McIntosh who kicks it in the clutch with a 4:50 anchor leg. McIntosh typically runs the 1,200m, but her anchor brings NBN Indoor Champions Suffern home in US #1 11:45.04. Official splits, Suffern: 3:39.44, 55.48, 2:19.30, 4:50.83. North Rockland finished runner-up in US #2 11:46.72, with official splits of 3:36.09 (7th-grader Katelyn Tuohy), 59.38, 2:15.44, and 4:55.83.
- New Balance Nationals Indoor 800m Champion Sammy Watson runs US #7 2:08.73, ahead of Sage Hurta, US #10 2:09.43. She returns on Day 2 to even greater acclaim, blitzing by a stellar sprint field to US #4 53.59 400m and splits 53.51 on the anchor leg of the 4x400m relay as her Rush-Henrietta Comets win in 3:47.65.
- Emma Gallagher of Cardozo (NY) runs US #1 1:00.26 400mH
- Annie Heffernan (St. Ursula Academy-Cincinnati, OH) runs US #10 4:49.47 Mile, Danae Rivers (Wilbur Cross, CT) goes US #11 4:51.78. Seventh-grader Katelyn Tuohy (North Rockland, NY) breaks Mary Cain's 7th Grade NY State Record in the Mile by finishing fifth in 4:58.40.
- Marie-Josee Ebwea-Bile (Cardozo) jumps US #5 40-9 TJ
Drew Hunter ran US #1 8:52.9 for Two Miles.
- Andrew Hunter (Loudon Valley) opens 3,200m in 66/2:10/4:21 for final time of US #1 8:52.30 for Two Miles
- NBN Indoor Champion Grant Holloway (Grassfield, VA) wins 110mH in 14.22, 300mH in 37.54 and jumps 6-8 HJ to win all three events
- Lauryn Ghee (Grassfield, VA) runs wire-to-wire 400m to win in 53 seconds (unofficial time)
- Rachel McArthur (Patriot, VA) splits 69-sec final lap to win Mile in US #12 4:51 head of Foot Locker finalist Libby Davidson, 4:53 unofficially as Jennifer Fleming of Blacksburg also breaks 5 minutes
- Davidson returns just an hour later to win Two Mile in 10:38
Kadarius Lotharp of Sun Valley (maroon) doubles in the 100m (US #9 10.35!) and 200m dashes.
- Ian West sets NC State Record 16-0 PV, ties US #24
- Kadarius Lotharp (Sun Valley) ties US #9 10.35 100m, doubles back with 21.54 200m win
- Tanis Baldwin (East Henderson, NC) US #22 1:52.11 800m, 4:17.10 1,600m
- Cardinal Gibbons 7:56.09 4x800m
- Christopher Garrick 6-8 HJ
- Kylie McMillan US #25 13.81 100mH/43.78 300mH
- Courtney Warner wins 11.80 100m, 25.25 200m double Champion
- Anna Vess 2:17.43 800m/5:03.49 1,600m double
Sydnei Murphy of Apex joined the 20-foot club this weekend with her US #5 20-3 long jump. She also won the triple jump and placed third in the 100m and 200m dashes.
- Ebony Williams (Parkland) and Gabriele Cunningham (Mallard Creek) battle to the top of the national leaderboard in the hurdles, as Williams wins the 100mH to tie US #2 in 13.44 with Cunningham just behind in US #5 13.51. Williams comes back to win the 300mH in US #15 42.19. This weekend marks her first outdoor state titles after sweeping the 55 meter dash and 300 meter dash at the indoor state meet.
- Sydnei Murphy (Apex) wins eighth state title in cracking the 20-foot barrier in the long jump for the first time. Her mark of 20-3 ranks US #5 and is the farthest jump in the nation this weekend. She also wins the triple jump in 40-0.75 and takes two third-place finishes in the 200m (24.03) and 100m (PR 11.61).
- Kaitlin Sherman (Parkland) and Tamara Clark (High Point Central) trade wins in the short sprints, as senior Sherman wins 100m, 11.53 to 11.55 (wind-aided) but Clark wins 200m, 23.69 to 24.02 (wind-aided).
- McKinley McNeill (Parkland) wins 400 over Layla White (Cary), 54.31 to 54.61, in just her second career race under 55 seconds.
- Parkland girls sweep the 4x200m (1:36.43) and 4x400m (3:46.57) but Cunningham's Mallard Creek comes up with the win in the 4x100m, 46.69 to 46.85
- G'Jasmyne Butler (Leesville Road) sets State Record 2:11.07 800m
- Daniel Estrada (Northwest Guilford) beats adidas Dream 100 qualifier Cravont Charleston (Mallard Creek) in the dash, 10.46 to 10.47 (wind-aided).
- Philip Hall (South View) doubles in the 1,600m (4:12.07) and 3,200m (9:24.68)
Lindsay Billings wins Class 6A 1,600m in 4:50.83.
Day 1 Highlights:
- Top qualifying Class 5A sprinters include Cassondra Hall in 100m (US #10 11.66!) and 200m (24.07) and Micaiah Ransby of North Springs in 200m (24.19) and 400m (54.82)
- North Springs relays qualify on top with 46.9 4x100m, 3:46.29 4x400m
- National champion Candace Hill of Rockdale County leads Class 6A with qualifying marks of 11.60 for 100m, 23.68 for 200m
- Makenzie Dunmore lead qualifier in 400m with 53.92
- Lindsay Billings of Northview dominates Class 6A distance, 4:50.83 1,600m/10:27.21 3,200m for new State Record
- Anna Marian Block (Athens Academy) 4:51.68 for Class 1A state record
- Morgan Ilse 10:25 3,200m/4:56.41 1,600m
Day 2 Highlights:
Candace Hill broke her own state records in the 100m (11.3) and 200m (23.05).
- Candace Hill (Rockdale County) breaks her own state records in 100m (11.34) and 200m (23.05). Both times are wind-legal and the 200-meter time stands as a new US #1!
- Bria Matthews (Forest Park) jumps US #1 43-5.5 TJ. The senior leads the nation by 2.5 feet!
- The most competitive 400 meter race in the entire nation went down, led by Aliyah Abrams (Grayson), who nearly became just the second girl this year to break 53 seconds! Abrams won in US #2 53.10, as Makenzie Dunmore (McEachern) ran US #4 53.32 and Serenity Douglas (Archer) finished third in 53.42. Freshman Kennedy Simon (Westlake) also broke into the national top 10 with a US #8 53.72 performance, good for fourth overall.
- Baldwin HS ran US #4 45.91 4x100m
- Taylor DeLoach (St. Vincent's) jumps US #6 19-11.5 LJ
Tria Sweater-Simmons (Mountain Pointe) wins TJ in US #8 40-4.5 (D1)
- Desert Vista sisters Dani & Baylee Jones go 1-2 in D1 1,600m, 4:55.02 to 4:58.88 as Ali Kallner also goes sub-5 in 4:59.65. The trio returns to rock the 3,200m as Dani wins in 10:18, Baylee second in 10:36 and Kallner 10:39. Dani and Baylee join forces in the 4x800m, as Desert Vista wins the relay with a nation-leading time of 9:01.51
- Jasmine Stauffacher-Gray wins 400m in US #18 54.36 (D1)
- Natasia Peevy 11.75 100m/24.79 200m (D1)
- Bridgette Doucette runs solo for 10:30 3,200m
- Allie Schadler of Rico Rico doubles in 1,600m (4:45.15) and 800m (2:15.20)
- Tria Sweater-Simmons (Mountain Pointe) wins TJ in US #8 40-4.5 (D1)
Carlos Villarreal (second from left) set the state record of 4:03 in the 1,600m.
- Lawrence Wallace (Tucson Magnet) wins first-ever state title with a huge 2-foot personal record of 25-1.75. The mark ranks US #2 this season, as Wallace is only the second high schooler in the nation to jumper farther than 25 feet this year.
- US #2 Isaiah Oliver (Brophy) runs just one second off season-best, 36.54 300mH
- Carlos Villarreal sets Arizona State Record with 4:03.97 1,600m and doubles back with 1:54.23 800m
- Highland High runs 7:54.71 4x800m (D1)
- Clinton HS tied for US #9 1:37.98 in 4x200m
- Monica Mosley US #7 41.87 300mH. Also won 100mH in 14.42
- Nay Strickland jumps 40-4.5 to win Girls TJ
- Antares Gwyn and Eric Richards both jump 6-10 in HJ
- Matt Katnik increases US #1 in Shot Put to 72-3, which ranks him US #10 All-Time in the event!
Janie O'Connor (red) and Hannah Jackson (blue) ran to amazing sprint battles at the LHSAA Outdoor Championship.
- Peyton Montgomery sets Class 5A javelin record by nearly 10 feet with 162-5 throw, good to rank US #4
- Sprint battles heat up as Janie O'Connor (Zachary, LA) blasts US #5 11.52 100m ahead of Hannah Jackson (Sulphur) 11.76, but Jackson takes 200m, US #13 23.73 to US #14 23.78. O'Connor closes out impressive triple with 54.86 400m win in Class 5A.
- The prolific Gabrielle Jennings of First Baptist won her 37th state title and broke 2 of her own state records: 2:16.92 in the 800m and 5:00.60 in the 1,600m. She also won the 3,200m (11:36.77) and ran on the winning 4x400m (4:37.81). She is a junior.
- Chelsey Jones (Mandeville, LA) breaks her own state record in the 800m, clocking 2:12.84. Also finishes runner-up in 400m, 55.11.
- Donte Jackson (Riverdale, LA) runs US #4 All-Conditions 10.30 (3.8 wind-aided) 100m & 21.26 200m (4A)
- Kentavious Walter (Ruston) runs US #13 All-Conditions 10.36 100m
- Brandon Singleton (Hahnville) sweeps hurdles with 13.81 100mH and 37.53 300mH
- Franklin runs US #10 1:25.4 4x200m
- Catholic 4x200m wins Class 5A with US #12 1:25.51
- Damien Bernard (Cecilia) jumps US #9 24-1.75 LJ
- Christian Miller (Northside) ties All-Conditions US #4 with 50-9 LJ
- National High School Record Holder Lexi Weeks (Cabot) clears 14 feet, while twin sister Tori clears 13-8