* Nyckoles Harbor won the 60m at the MVP Vibefest on Saturday
Photo Credit: Jorge Espinosa/MileSplit Illinois
Nyckoles Harbor, Archbishop Carroll Headline MVP Vibefest in Chicago
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Archbishop Carroll has been all over the map recently.
Last weekend, we saw Nyckoles Harbor compete in a men's professional 60m field in New York City. The following Tuesday, Harbor and his squad were lining it up at the DCSAA Indoor Championships in Maryland.
On Saturday, the squad had once again made an out-of-state trip, this time to the MVP Vibefest in Chicago.
Harbor, the country's top short sprinter and our current No. 1 athlete on the MileSplit50, won the 60m in a time of 6.78, matching his preliminary time.
The D.C.-based program, meanwhile, brought a contingent of its top athletes. Marcus Brown was third in the 200m (21.91); Damil Bostic was third in the 400m (50.93); Drew Dillard captured the 60mH win in 8.06; and Demia Dobbins hit a 8.60m throw in the shot put, finishing third.
Here were the event's top performances on Saturday:
Cardinal Ritter (MO) junior Aniyah Brown won the 60m in 7.54.
Eighth-grader Aria Pearce, perhaps a budding phenom, nabbed the 200m invitational win in 24.09.
Delea Martins of Shorewood (WI) pocketed a 400m win in 56.33.
Allison Ince, the junior from Norman Community, clocked a 2:07.13 in the 800m.
Josie Baker of Kirkwood (MO) won the girls 1,600m in 4:53.16.
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