DeSoto Throws Down Nasty 4x100 At District Class 6A District 7-8 Championship
Which team will finish the spring with the fastest 4x100 relay squad nationally?
That argument might go through either a Florida or Texas program.
But this week, DeSoto (TX) High stepped up its game at its district meet, flourishing in a nearly flawless relay to win in 40.60 seconds. That was just six-hundredths of a second off their US No. 4 best of 40.54 from the Jesuit Sheaner Relays in March. Two Texas teams, however, are still in front of DeSoto, including last year's first sub-40 team in over a decade, Port Arthur Memorial, and The Woodlands.
And then there's American Heritage (FL), which currently leads the nation with its 40.31 outing from the Louie Bing Classic in February.
Is DeSoto closing the gap?
Check in with the video above.
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Boys 4x100 Results
|7||Killeen Harker Heights||42.70||1|
|8||South Grand Prairie||42.90|
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- Page 2: Dustin Horter throws down in an epic 3200m race at Eastern Relays for a new US No. 1
- Page 3: Kaitlyn Lacy wins in the final stretches on Friday in the girls 3200m at the Eastern Relays
- Page 4: Katelyn Tuohy drops a calm US No. 2 performance in the 3200 at the Red Raider Relays
- Page 5: Nyjari McNeil continues to impress at 800 meters
- Page 6: Katelynne Hart is on fire
- Page 7: Kansas Relays Recap
- Page 8: Mt. SAC Recap
- Page 9: Sadie Sargent claims Class 2A state record in 1600 in Utah
- Page 10: Breaking down the Distance Night in Palatine
- Page 11: Can Jake Merrell Break 1:50?
- Page 12: DeSoto's boys closing the gap in the 4x100 relay
- Page 13: Georgia's Surprise 400m Leader Goes US No. 1
- Page 14: Twanisha Terry takes NCAA lead in the 100m with wind-legal mark