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Outdoor 2010 


Results from around the nation: (New results being posted all week!)



The outdoor season is rolling along and MileSplit will bring you the action each and every week right here.  Keep checking back!!


 CIF San Diego Section Championships:  Alli Billmeyer, Torrey Pines, ran a US#2 4:45.06 in the 1600 meter run to lead 6 girls under five minutes.  Erin Menefee, Mt. Carmel High, took 2nd in 4:49.50 with Molly Grabill, Rancho Bernardo, finishing 3rd in 4:49.64.  Grabill went on to win the 3200 meter run in 10:37.28.  Kortney Ross, Westview, won the pole vault with a new meet record and a US#5 13-3.  Jasmine Gibbs, El Camino, won the long jump in 19-9 for a US#8.  Three juniors battled for the win in the boys 1600 meter run with Chris Brewer, Rancho Bernardo, taking first in 4:11.29.  Ryan Urie, Patrick Henry, finished 2nd in 4:12.86 with Matt Carpowich, Torrey Pines, taking 3rd in 4:13.80.  Sophomore Darren Fahy, La Costa, won the 3200 meter run with a time of 9:00.49.  Thomas Hart, St. Augustine, won the discus with a US#11 194-1.



Fast Times Relays:  Complete Recap | Warwick Valley NY showed that Penn Relays wasn't a fluke as they went 7:36.43 for US#1 and US#14 All-Time.  The time is also the first sub-7:40 clocking in the nation!  Pierre Armand led off in 1:52.2 behind the strong lead of Monroe-Woodbury's Ryan Brennan, who rolled to a 1:52.00.  Dan Paez was 2nd for Warwick in 1:54.5, Mike Paris was 3rd in 1:56.1, and Tim Luthin brought the race home in 1:53.5.  Warwick Valley NY girls rolled to a US#2 time of 9:02.61 and their splits were impressive!  Gabrielle Randell led off with a 2:20.9, then Lillian Greibesland rolled to a 2:10.7 2nd leg before handing off to Katie FitzGerald, who ran a 2:20.4 3rd leg, and then Jacqueline Kasal rolled to a 2:10.4 anchor leg!  More details coming...



Oakland County Champs:  Megan Goethals is back!  Megan rocked the Michigan track scene with a US#7 All-Time 10:00.15 3200 meter run for a state record.  However, Megan kept going through 2 miles to achieve the 2nd fastest 2 mile time ever for a high schooler with a time of 10:03.2h.  Oakland Press article



Oregon State Champs:  Friday - Haley Crouser kept the family dominance going with a huge US#3 161-6 to win the in the 6A state meet.  Sam Crouser won the 6A discus with a mark of 193-4.  Crouser got his triple with a 60-7.5 in the shot and a 224-9 in the javelin.  Complete Friday wrap here



Golden South:  Tyson Gay Interview | Carmen Carlos Interview | Shelby Hayes Interview | Marvin Bracy Interview | Lindsey Enders Interview | Frosh Carmen Carlos, McGill-Toolen AL, scored a big PR in the 1600, winning with a time of 4:51.  Octavious Freeman, Lake Wales FL, rolled to a wind-legal 11.42 in the 100 dash.  Eddie Lovett, Palm Beach Lakes FL, won the 110 hurdles with a time of 13.86.  Randy Ganna, NY, won the 400 dash with a time of 47.81.  US#1-2 in the 400 hurdles as Roy Smith went 52.40 to beat Cammillo Calderon, 52.71.  Complete Coverage Here




OH Division 1 Region 2 Champs:  Kaila Barber, Midpark, rolled to a US#10 all-time and US#1 40.88 in the girls 300 hurdles.  Madeline Chambers, Magnificat, won the 1600 with a time of 4:47.23 and almost doubled in the 800 with a 2:11.36 to finish 2nd to Natalie Zidd, 2:11.01.  Taylor Burke, Medina, won the high jump with a leap of 5-08.  Cody Riffle, St. John's Jesuit, powered a 68-07 in the shot.  Colby Alexander, Strongsville, won the 1600 in 4:11.99.



North Dakota State Champs:  Laura Roesler, Fargo South, opened her Div A triple-attempt with a 200 win in 24.90.  Then in the 400 dash she had some competition but edged frosh Morgan Milbrath, Minot, with a US#3 53.25 to US#4 53.31.  Roesler then cruised to victory in the 800 with a 2:17.64.  Century frosh Hannah Larson won the Div A high jump with a leap of 5-06.  Ellie Grooters, West Fargo, won the Div A 300 hurdles with a US#14 time of 42.51.  Live Results Here



IL State T&F Champs:  Logan Pflibsen, Streator, won the 2A pole vault with a state record mark of 17-01. (Already US#2 17-2).  Zach Riley, Herrin, won the HJ in 6-10, the LJ in 23-04, and the 4x200 in 1:28.88 out of the 1A meet.  James Davenport, Waubonsie Valley, won the 3A HJ with a 6-10 leap.  Springfield won the 2A 4x800 in 7:47.92 while Lombard won the 3A race in 7:47.22.



MD State Champs:  Thomas S. Wootton improved upon their US#2 4x800 mark, winning the 4A state meet with a time of 9:04.39.  The time also takes down Eleanor Roosevelt's 4A state record of 9:10.85.  Results Here



CIF-SS Master's Championship:   The southern section Master's meet in California produced some top US marks starting with the Long Beach Poly girls who ran a US#1 time of 45.29 in the 4x100 meter relay and a top ten mark in the 4x400 meter relay.  The Long Beach Poly girls ran a 3:43.68 and came very close to their US#7 time of 3:43.33. Freshman Chimere Ezumah, Serra, won the 400 meter dash in a time of 53.30 for a US#3  Junior Vanessa Jones, Etiwanda, finished a close 2nd in the 400 with a US#8 53.58 followed by junior Akawkaw Ndipagbor, Long Beach Poly, with a US#9 53.64.  Sophomore Amy Weissenbach, Harvard Westlake, ran a 2:08.34 in the 800 for a US#3 with Savannah Camacho (also a sophomore), Templeton, taking 2nd in 2:09.70 for a US#6 and Paisley Pettway, Millikan, finishing 3rd with a US#10 2:10.07.  Chloe Curtis won the 1600 meter run with a US#4 time of 4:48.97. Sophomore Lyndsey Mull was close bedhind Curtis with a US#5 4:49.65 with Savannah Camacho finishing 3rd in 4:49.84 for a US#6.  Foot Locker finalist Liberty Miller from Simi Valley won the 3200 meter run with a US#6 time of 10:21.72.  Melissa Skiba, Oak Park, placed 2nd for a US#9 time of 10:22.77 and Sierra Vega, Foothillfinished 3rd in 10:23.59 for a US#10.  Jasmine Burrell, North Torrance, moved up to US#8 with a 47-7 in the shot put.  Jessica Davis, Highland, won both the 100 meter dash in 11.66 and the 200 meter dash in 23.72.

Josh Mance, Don Lugo, and Robert Woods, Sierra, both ran a US#1 46.17 in the 400 meter dash.  After the final time was evaluated Mance won the race with a 46.164 with Woods placing second in 46.170. Mance broke his previous US#1 time of 46.32.  After running a US#2 time of 149.77 in the 800 meter run last weekend at the CIF SS Finals, Sean Krinik did it again and ran a 1:49.18, moving into the US#1 spot.  Greg Dotson, Burbank, finished the 800 in 2nd place with a 1:50.38 remaining at US#5.  Elias Gedyon, Loyola, won the 1600 meter run in 4:13.15 and the 3200 meter run with a US#7 time of 8:56.37.  Jonathan Cabral was also a double winner winning both the 100 meter hurdles in 14.11 and the 300 meter hurdles in 37.39.  The Long Beach Poly boys ran a 4x100 relay time of 40.78 coming close to their US#4 mark of 40.72.  The 4x400 meter race was lightening fast with 4 teams cracking the top ten.  Serra won the event with a US#1 time of 3:10.41 with Long Beach Poly taking 2nd in 3:12.13 for a US#2.   E. Roosevelt finished in 3rd with a 3:12.79 for a US#5 and La Serna took 4th in 3:13.91 for a US#9.



North Coast Section Meet of Champions:  Friday Trials: Prelims are underway in the NCS. Ciarra Brewer, James Logan, won the triple jump with a US#4 41-4.5. US#2 100 meter hurdler, Trinity Wilson, St. Mary's College, ran a 13.85 to win the 100 meter hurdle prelims.  Wilson won the finals in the 100 meter hurdles in 13.69 (already has US#2 13.49) Ashton Purvis, St. Elizabeth,  won the 100 meter dash in 11.71 and the 200 meter dash in 23.86.  During the finals Purvis won the 100 dash in 11.70 (has US#7 11.50) and broke the meet record in the 200 dash with a time of 23.47 (has US#1 time of 23.17w).  Thandi Stewart, James Logan, won the 400 meter dash in 43.79.  Chizoba Okadogbe, Deer Valley, won the 400 meter dash with a meet record and a US#2 time of 53.06.



Pennsylvania State Champs: Live Twitter Updates | Complete Coverage Here | Interviews | Photos: Don | Doug | Megan |  Previews: AA Boys | AA Girls | AAA Boys | AAA Girls | Carlton Lavong, Methacton, won the AAA triple jump in a PIAA record of 50-05!  Brady Gehret rolls a 45.7 split in the 4x400 prelims for Altoona... Whoa!!  Day 2:  Sara Sargent, Pennsbury, rolled to a 10:21.06 3200 off of a blistering last lap (67.4) to overcome a 40 meter deficit, even withstanding a little contact from the runner-up finisher.  Matt Fischer, Unionville, won the boys AAA 3200 with a time of 9:03.01 with a 61.7 last lap.  AA boys 3200 meter relay won won by Quaker Valley in a blistering 7:46.46 with a 1:52.8 anchor from Omar Hyjek.  AAA boys 3200 meter relay was blistering over the last 400 with Cedar Crest coming out on top with a time of 7:43.64.  Brady Gehret, Altoona, goes 46.46 to win the 400 meter dash and 21.23 in the 200 dash.  Ashley Corum, Carlisle, won the girls triple with a mark of 40-11.  Chloe Schmidt won the 800 with a time of 2:09.98.  Tom Mallon won the AAA 800 with a smoking 1:49.31.



Northwest Region Champs:  Anthony Kostelac, Albermarle, joined the sub-1:50 club with a US#4 time of 1:49.76.  



Kansas State Champs:  Kearsten Peoples uncorked a monster 51-10.75 in the shot put and won the discus with a 166-7.  Johan Swanpoel launched the javelin 238-4.  Coverage article including race videos Here!



NJ Group Champs: Live Results found here | Videos | Photos: Matt | Pat | Saturday is just as amazing.  Ajee Wilson, Neptune, came back in the 800 to win with a time of 2:07.28.  Erika Veidis and Claudia Disomma, both from Sparta, were 2nd and 3rd in 2:08.57 and 2:09.37.  Molly McNamara won the A title in 2:09.63.  Mazzaccaro completed a monster 16/32 double with a 3200 clocking of 9:05.78.  Morgan Pearson, Delbarton, stalked him with a 9:06.79.  Joe Rosa won the 3200 over Tyler Udland 9:08.07 to 9:10.78.  Collette Whitney won the G3 3200 in 10:27.74.  Friday: The 1600's were rocking!  Ajee Wilson, Neptune, took the girls meet record with a blazing US#1 time of 4:43.92.  Frosh Claudia Disomma, Sparta, rolled under the record as well with a 4:45.57.  Marielle Hall, Haddonfield, was also impressive with a 4:48.73.  Mike Mazzaccaro, Christian Brothers, was the fastest boy with a 4:09.53.  DJ Thornton, Union Catholic, was also down there with a 4:09.63.  Tim Ball was at 4:10.57.  The Rosa's battled each other to a 4:11.16 for Joe and a 4:11.47 for James.  18 milers were under 4:16 on the day.  Corey Crawford, Indian Hills, won the long jump with a leap of 24-9.5.  Michelle Brown, Seneca, won the 400 in 54.49 but Wilson came back from her 1600 and almost took it with a 54.51.



Tennessee State Champs:  Live Twitter Updates | LaQuisha Jackson rocked the sprints with a 11.46 100 dash and a 23.86(w) 200 dash.  Kevin Lazas won the boys decathlon without scoring a point in the high jump!  Amber Dandy, Red Bank HS, jumped 20-0.25 in the long jump for a US#3.  Brandon Lord, Baylor, won the 1600 with a time of 4:14.88.  Jake Rainey, Rossview, won the 3200 in 9:05.18. 



Washington State Champs:  Watch Live on FloTrack | WARunners coverage - 3A girls | 3A boys | 2A girls | 2A boys | Saturday: AJ Maricich, Mead, cleared 7-00 in the high jump today!  Christine Kirkwood, Othello WA, uncorked a 162-10 for #1 All-Time in WA and #9 All-Time!  The 3A 3200 was Frosh dominated!  Amy Eloise Neale, Glacier Peak WA, won in 10:31.75 with Katie Knight, North Central WA, right on her heels, also in 10:31.  Kendra Weitz, Shadle Park WA, was 3rd.  Neale's time was a 3A meet record by .04 seconds.  Anna Dailey, Garfield WA, won the 4A 3200 with a time of 10:25.92.  Ben Johnston, North Central WA, won a thrilling boys 3A 3200 that came down to the wire against Drew McDonald, Seattle Prep, with both in an unofficial 8:58.  In 4A competition Shane Moskowitz, Central Kitsap, defended his state title with an unofficial time of 8:59 with frosh Andrew Gardner, Mead, 2nd in 9:02.  Moskowitz and Gardner were together with 400 to go and the senior overpowered him in the final 150.



Missouri State Champs:  Boys Preview | Girls Preview | Complete Coverage Page | Sisson's Distance Day 1 | Sisson's Distance Day 2 | Interviews | Race Videos |