- Freshman Hannah Cunliffe ran a stunning US#5 7.54 in the 60 meter dash against a collegiate field and has been invited to run at the Brooks PR Invitational.
- Trinity Wilson (St. Mary's, CA) finished 3rd in the 60 meter hurdles collegiate race with a US#1 time of 8.42 Wilson finished the 2010 indoor season with the US#1 time of 8.29.
- Shanique Walker (Mt. Pleasant, CA) came away with 2 top ten marks finishing 11th overall in the 60 meter hurdles with a time of 8.82 for a US#6 and 5th overall in the triple jump for a US#8 38-11.75.
- Edward Benedictus (Renton, WA) jumped 48-01.25 in the triple jump for a US#4
- Darian Brooks also jumped into the top 10 with a US#6 jump of 47-09.75
104th Millrose Games (NY)
Lots of great action on Friday night at the Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Girls Mile Finish - Photo by Don Rich (PennTrackXC)
Boys Mile Finish - Photo by Don Rich (PennTrackXC)
- High school story by Geoffrey Decker
- Elites story by Geoffrey Decker
- Photo Gallery by Tim Fulton (ArmoryTrack)
- Photo Gallery by ArmoryTrackPhoto
- Photo Gallery by Don Rich (PennTrackXC)
- Ajee Wilson Video Interview
- Haley Pierce Video Interview
- Angel Piccirillo Video Interview
- Boys 1 Mile: Chad Noelle (NY) edged out Matt Jablonski (MD) at the line to win 4:16.71 to 4:16.88.
- Girls 1 Mile: Samantha Nadel (NY) battled the early pace of Lindsay Crevoiserat (CT) and closed hard to win in a blazing 4:50.58 for the tight MSG track. Crevoiserat was second in 4:51.10. New Jersey star Ajee Wilson was third in 4:52.45.
- Girls 4x800: Bronxville (NY) girls won the Metro 4x800 with a time of 9:27.44. Frosh Mary Cain anchored the squad with a blistering 2:12.1 split on the boards!
- Boys 4x800: Christian Brothers Academy (NY) wins in 8:09.67.
- CHSAA 4x400: St. Anthony's (NY) wins in 4:01.9.
- Long Island 4x400: Garden City (NY) wins in 4:03.36.
- PSAL 4x400: Medgar Evars (NY) flew on the boards to a 3:53.80 win over in-state rival Benjamin Cardozo's 3:54.58.
Photos by Brandon Miles
George Carter (Blacksburg, VA) crossing the line in the 3200 in 9:17.84 for a US #1.
- Race Videos
- Friday Winners Gallery Photos
- Saturday Winners Gallery Photos
- Photo Album by Brandon Miles (MileStat)
- Photo Album by Andrew Kicinski
- Day 1 Results
- Complete Results
Day Two Highlights:
- Girls 4x200: Wakefield (NC) won with a US#3 time of 1:40.72.
- Boys 4x200: Suitland (MD) wins narrowly over Wakefield (NC) in a US#2 time of 1:29.58 (The team is already US#1 with a 1:27.79 clocking).
- Boys 300m: Sean Sutton (Good Counsel MD) blasted a new US#1 time of 34.35.
- Girls 300: Ariah Graham (Wakefield NC) won the girls race with a US#2 time of 38.88.
- Boys 55 Dash: Ronald Darby (Potomac MD) won with a 6.31 clocking (has US lead with a 6.28)
- Girls 55 Dash: Olicia Sharp (Wakefield NC) won with a time of 7.11.
- Boys 55 Hurdles: Daniel McFadden (Heritage VA) won with a 7.39 clocking (has current US lead with a 7.37).
- Girls 55 Hurdles: Dannielle Davis (Southeast Raleigh NC) won with a time of 7.98 (ran a US#2 7.95 in the prelims).
- Boys 500m: Kenneth Williams (Woodrow Wilson VA) won with a US#5 time of 1:05.02.
- Girls 500m: Shannon Morton (Indian River) won in 1:16.73 for a US#10.
- Girls 1000m: Annie LeHardy (Hidden Valley VA) won with a US#7 time of 2:56.7.
- Boys 1000m: Ahmed Bile (Annandale VA) rolled to the boys win with a US#13 time of 2:32.99.
- Boys Mile: Cody Snyder (Lee-Davis) won the mile in 4:18.29
- Wakefield (NC) girls moved into US#3 with a 3:51.86 in the 4x400
- DeMatha Catholic (MD) ran a US#3 4x400 relay in 3:19.83
- Dannielle Davis (Southest Raleigh, NC) jumped 18-5.75 for a US#8 in the long jump.
- Chris Pillow (Atlee, VA) won the boys pole vault with a jump of 15-6 for a US#7
Day One Highlights:
- 55 Meter Prelims: Fastest qualifiers were Ronald Darby (MD) 6.36 and Alyn Carr (VA) 7.09.
- Girls 3200: Mattie Webb (VA) and Krista Deceault (VA) dueled it out for significant personal best times, both ranking among the top 5 nationally. Webb wins in a US #4 10:44, Deceault doubles after 4x8 leg less than an hour before to finish a second back in US #5 10:45.
- Girls Pole Vault: Cameron Overstreet (VA) sets a new meet record, clearing 12-3. She made three decent attempts at a would-be state record height of 12-9, but was not able to clear it.
Jimmy Carnes Classic (FL)
The only true indoor meet of the year in Florida goes off this weekend. The two day event will feature youth, high school, college, and open competition. We will be on-site with video coverage.
Day Two Highlights:
- Marvin Bracy (FL) rolls in the 55 meter dash to a 6.24 for US#1 in the event.
- Shayla Sanders (FL) won the 55 meter dash in 6.94 and a US#3
- Jada Martin (GA) sprinted to a US#6 time of 24.78
- Isaiah Smith (FL) won the 800 meter Rising Star race with at US#7 time of 1:56.37
Day One Highlights:
- Shayla Sanders (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) proves she will be a force to be reckoned with this year. She sweeps both short sprint events over favorite Tynia Gaither (Kissimmee, FL/Bahamas). Sanders' 55m time of 6.95 is the new US#3 mark. She came back to win the 200m again over Gaither 24.64 (US #3) to 24.75 (US #5).
- Marvin Bracy (Orlando, FL) focused on only the 55m and earned himself a US#3 time of 6.37. He will be returning tomorrow for another shot at that event.
- Kendell Williams (Marrietta, GA), only a sophomore, won the 55 Hurdles in a US#5 8.12.
- Gaither anchored her Osceola HS team to a 1:44.56 win in the 4x200.
- Flagler Palm Coast boys cruise to a 1:31.63 victory for the boys 4x2.
- David Kilgore (Melbourne, FL) wins 3000 in US#9 8:48.46.
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Photos by Ryan Kelly
- Race Videos
- Photo Album by Ryan Kelly
- Day 2 Summary Article by Brandon Miles
- Day 1 Summary Article by Brandon Miles
Day Two Highlights:
- Isaiah Simmons (Woodbridge VA) won the shot put with a US#3 toss of 65-00.50.
- Isaiah Simmons of Woodbridge (VA) earlier this winter competed in an All-Comers meet at the Prince George County Sports & Learning Complex and recorded a huge VA #2 all-time mark of 66'3.25" in the shot put. However, the performance was not verified with results until last week when results were posted on the Potomac Valley Track club website. Simmons further verified that performance with another big throw and this time in a sanctioned high school meet on Saturday at the St. Christopher's Invitational. The defending Group AAA state indoor and outdoor champion rocked the fieldhouse at St. Christopher's with a US #3 mark of 65'0.50".
- Bethel (VA) girls win 4x400 in US #7 3:56.65 following close US #10 1:43.71 runner-up to Western Branch (1:43.66) in 4x200. Relay legs Maya Moore and Jazmine Wright go 1-3 in 500 with Moore at US #13 1:17.24 giving Bethel 3 girls among the top 20 in US for 500 meters.
- US triple jump leader Desmonae Gray of Western Branch (VA) was not able to better her national best mark of 39'9.75", but still achieved another win with her mark of 38'2" to add onto her second place finish in the 55 meter dash on Friday.
- The Atkinson twins from Atlee High School (VA) both enjoyed a victorious day with Michael Atkinson taking charge early in the fast section of the 500 with a US #10 performance of 1:06.15, while Marques Atkinson ran a personal best of 36.02 to win from a slower section of the 300 meter dash. After racing in different events individually, the Atkinson twins joined together with two other Atlee teammates for their 4x400 meter relay at meet's end to run a state best time of 3:26.79.
- With five competitors over 45 feet, the boys' triple jump at St. Christopher's was one of the best meets this season for the event. US #6 performer and current state leader Marcus Dean of Western Branch was just off his season best mark by half an inch with his winning leap of 47'4" at St. Christopher's.
- In a matchup between two of the state's most talented distance runners in Jeremy Greenwald of Grassfield and Brayden Burleigh of Midlothian, Greenwald won convincingly with a PR time of 4:18.31 to follow up his US #1 2:29.76 1000 two weeks ago.
Day One Highlights:
- Girls 55 Hurdles: Shantell Bingham (VA) 8.05, US #3.
- Boys 4x800: St. Christopher's (VA) 8:01.30, US #7.
- Boys Long Jump: Matthew Ross (Highland Springs) 23-0.75, US #7.
- Girls Long Jump: Tiffany Ellick (Western Branch) 18-5.5, US #9.
New Balance West (ID)
The New Balance West Indoor Classic High School track and field meet will be held in conjunction with the Boise State Jacksons Invitational.
Day One Highlights:
- Ryan Crouser (OR) launches the shot a stunning 73-1, which is All-Time #2 indoors. This is Ryan's indoor debut and he eclipes Nick Vena's 71-foot mark to become the new national leader. He may enter the college event tomorrow to try the heavier shot!
- Jon Lawson fires a 74-5 weight throw that is 7-6 further than the previous US#1!
- Darius Smith leading qualifier 60 Dash prelims with 6.98.
- Katie Knight wins easily in two mile with a 10:45.32.
- Ryan Scott clears 6-8.75 for win in high jump.
- Brittany Owens wins long jump by over a foot with 18-7 effort. She also took the triple jump title in 36-11 on Saturday.
Day Two Highlights:
- Ryan Crouser (OR) shocked the nation again with a National Record of 63-11 with the 16lb shot, eclipsing the 60-07.50 mark set by Arnold Campbell back in 1984.
- Matt Sullivan clears 15-1 in pole vault.
- Alex Ashworth wins boys triple jump in 46-5.75.
- Katie Knight makes it two for two in distance events with the mile victory of 5:08.84 (14 seconds over second), to follow up her win in the two mile yesterday.
- Casey Adams gets past Erik Harris 4:20.33 to 4:21.16 in boys mile.
- Landon Watts wins boys 400 in 50.17.
- Will Drinkwater wins 800 in 1:59.49.
- Nic Bowens sweeps short sprint finals with 7.05 win in 60m and 22.76 in 200.
- Jeryl Brazil (Loranger) won the 55 meter dash with a US#3 time of 6.34
- Andre Dorsey (Chalmetter) jumped 6-8 in the high jump for a US#6 and a new meet record
- American Fork junior Clayton Young won the 1600 meter run in 4:21.36
- Brad Nye (Davis UT) won the 800 meter run with a US#6 time of 1:55.76.
- Andy Rounds (Skyline UT) won the 400 dash with a US#15 time of 49.50.
One of the largest meets of the year in the Dakotas.
- Girls High Jump: Hunter Vineyard (SD) clears 5-6 for win.
- Paula Andrie (SD) wins all three events she entered: 60 Hurdles, Pole Vault, and Long Jump. Her vault is a new personal best of 12-3 and tied for US #4.
- Boys 3200: Tony Smoragiewicz (SD) beats Dylan Morin to the line 9:26.44 to 9:29.13.
- Tyler Shultz sweeps throws with 57-3 shot (US #10) and 59-2 weight.
Arguably Maryland's best county for track & field, the Moco Championships are always a much anticipated showdown in the Mid-Atlantic! This is what went down at Monday's meet...
- Thea Lafond sweeps all three jumps including a 39-5.75 that is just off of her personal best of 39-7.25 (US #3). For good measure she also took gold in the 55 Hurdles.
- Olivia Ekpone wins the 300 Dash in 39.18 (US #4), which is the fastest time on a flat track this season.
- Northwest girls win all three relays.
- Rae Bernard ran a US #5 6.97 in the Girls 55 Dash prelims.
- Britt Eckerstrom runs 1:16.43 in the 500.
- Winston Churchill boys win 4x2 in 1:31.89.
- Full results...
MSTCA Invitational (MA): Girls Meet | Boys Meet
All Photos by Patrick Bendzick
Live Results (Courtesy of MSTCA and MileSplit Mass)
Day Two (Boys) Highlights:
- Jair Cruikshank won the boys 600m with a US#6 time of 1:22.06. Patrick Brekka was 2nd in a US#9 time of 1:22.89.
- Shayne Collins won the boys 2 mile run with a US#2 time of 9:22.28.
- Josh Lampron won the 1000m with a US#2 time of 2:29.77, just one-hundredth of a second off the US lead!
Day One (Girls) Highlights:
- Kathy O'Keefe (MA) wins Girls 1000 in US #4 2:55.54.
- Maddie Mullins gets by Megan Ross in the Two Mile, 10:59.82 (US #9) to 11:02.91.
- Rebecca Robinson wins 300 in 39.27, her second fastest time of the season.
- Vanessa Cleveaux (8.13, US #5) edges out Nicole Genard (8.20) in the 55 Hurdles.
- Andra Keklak runs a new national leading time at 600m with a 1:32.95.
- All National Elites (124 in all)...
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- Morgann LeLeux (LA) matched her season best with a vault of 13-00 (She is US#1 in the event).
- Katherine Zingheim was 2nd with a US#3 vault of 12-08 while Emily Grove was 3rd, also in 12-8.
- Joey Uhle (OH) moved up to US#2 in the rankings with a vault of 16-8.
- Andreas Duplantis was 2nd, also jumping a US#2 mark of 16-8.
- Sarah Gillespie (NW Catholic) defeated Lindsay Crevoiserat (Glastonbury) in the 1000 2:55.18 to 2:56.70. Gillespies time was US#3. Note: Crevoiserat was 2nd in the Millrose mile the evening before. She also won the 1600 at this meet with a time of 5:07.62.
- US#5 Jamie Tobias (Bloomfield) won the high jump with a 6-08 clearance. His US#5 performance was 6-10.
TFCAGP #6 (PA)
- Tom Trainer (LaSalle) won the 3000 meter run with a US#11 time of 8:50.20.
TSTCA #5 (PA)
- Larisa Debich (Hempfield) won the pole vault with an impressive US#5 vault of 12-07.
- Mike McClelland (Trinity) leads the state of PA with his T-US#8 high jump mark of 6-08.
Sid Sink Open (OH)
- Kendall Baisden (MI) moved up to US#1 in the 60 Dash with a time of 7.46. She is already US#2 over 200 meters at 24.58, and won the 200 dash with a time of 24.60.
- An improving Dynasty McGee (MI) was close to Baisden's heels as she was 2nd in a T-US#8 time of 24.83.
- Jackie Leppelmeier (OH) won the shot and improved her US#2 mark with a heave of 46-06.
- Alexandria Johnson won the 60 Hurdles with a US#10 time of 9.11.
- Antonio Blanks (OH), already US#7 for the 60 Hurdles in 8.19, won with a time of 8.25.
- In the girls 1500 Jillian Fanning (Fayetteville-Manlius) won with a US#2 time of 4:42.92. Laura Leff (West Genesee) was 2nd with a US#5 time of 4:43.21.
- Michael Blake (Mount Vernon) won the boys Class A 300 meter dash with a US#2 time of 34.73.
- Tre Bracey (Alexander Hamilton) won the boys Class C long jump, moving up to US#6 with a leap of 23-03.75.
- Crosby Tillman (Somers) won the Mile Racewalk with a US#1 time of 6:53.30. The mark also set a school record.
- Anima Banks (Mount Vernon) won the girls Class A 600 meter dash with a US#5 time of 1:34.71.
- Mount Vernon won the girls Class A 4x200 with a US#11 time of 1:43.78.