National Weekend Rundown for May 28

Noah Lyles Runs 9.48 Hand Timed 100m!

Is Noah Lyles ready to break the national high school record in the 100m?

The junior from T.C. Williams High School in Virginia has said so aloud since last summer, when he won the USATF Jr. Nationals in No. 4 all-time 10.14. The wind-legal record is 10.00, per North Carolina native Trentavis Friday in 2014. 

Lyles technically tied that time on Friday. He won the Virginia Group 6A North Region Championship with a hand-timed clocking of 9.48 (!), which converts to 10.14.

Boys 100 Meter Dash
 Heat winners plus next 4 fastest to the final
        Meet: ! 10.46  5/26/2016   Noah Lyles, T.C. William                    
    6A State: S 11.19                                                          
   6A Region: R 11.43                                                          
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Wind
  1 Noah Lyles                12 T.C. William             10.14!  0.9 
  2 Trevor Stewart            12 South County             10.64S  0.9 
  3 Davian Powell             11 Westfield                10.74S  0.9 
  4 Myles Howard              11 Stonewall Ja             10.84S  0.9 
  5 Cush Eastman              12 Chantilly                10.94S  0.9 
  6 Ibrahim Bangura            9 T.C. William            J10.94S  0.9 
  7 Kenneth Barnes            11 Patriot High             11.04S  0.9 
  8 Darean Robertson          12 West Springf            J11.04S  0.9 

Watch the full race video below:

He also won the 200m in 20.23, which ties Michael Norman's national leader.

Watch the 200m race video below:

Only Trayvon Bromell has ever broken 10 seconds as a prep: he ran 9.99 with a +4.0 tailwind at the 2013 Great Southwest Classic in his senior year.

Full results and coverage from the Virginia Group 6A North Region Championship