The Scoop: New Nation Leaders & All-Time Lists Rewritten

* Donovan Bradley won the 110mH title at the Victor Lopez Classic in a nation leading time of 13.71

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Texas Athletes Show Out At Victor Lopez Classic

It was a standout performance for Donovan Bradley of Humble Summer Creek (TX) at the Victor Lopez Classic. The University of California commit ran two nation-leading times in the short and long hurdles. 

In the 110mH, the top three finishers produced the nation's top three performances so far this season.

Bradley stopped the clock in 13.71 (-0.4) to become the new national leader. Close in second was Arveyon Davis for Fort Bend Marshall (TX) as he crossed the finish line in 13.77. Katy Tompkins' (TX) Jayden Keys was third in 13.84. 

Bradley's last four races in the 300mH have been just on the cuff of breaking 37 seconds. This weekend, he demolished that barrier with a new personal best of 36.23. Keys was able to finish second in this event with a 37.92 while Bradley's teammate Victor Kanu was third in 38.49. 

The Victor Lopez Classic also hosted the nation-leading performances in both the girls and boys 3K. Stoya Laydevant of The Woodlands (TX) crossed the finish line at 10:08.45 while Oliver Maldonado of Humble Atascocita (TX) ran a 8:31.35. 

In the field, Kennedy Jacquet of Humble Atascocita (TX) triple jumped 40-4.75 to be the nation's best jumper. 

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