Our small army of state webmasters and national editors do a great job of covering the sport in-depth for each state. The best of those performances get featured each week right here on our national portal. If you see anything we missed, or that deserves to be here, please email us with the name of the meet, athlete, times, etc... and we will get the marks in our database as soon as we can. If you have it feel free to send a link to the results, photos, video, youtube links, etc..., and we can feature that on the site as well. Thanks and enjoy the coverage on the premiere high school t&f/xc network, MileSplit.com! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
New today are a pair of videos highlighting the amazing pole vault performances that occurred this past weekend as well as some great indoor action in New England. Check them out!
- Morgann LeLeux (LA) won the pole vault with a clearance of 14-0, which is a tie for US#2 All-Time.
- Avione Allgood (Legacy NV) won the college/open javelin competition with a shocking early mark fo 164-09. The mark is US#8 All-Time!
(Photo by Marlene Vandenneste)
- Marquis Dendy cleared 25-09.50 in the long jump for a big US#1 and US#3 All-Time indoors!
Joey Uhle - 17-3 Pole Vault (Photo by Mike Nie)
- Joey Uhle cleared 17-3 in the pole vault for US#2. He had two good looks at the national record mark of 17-6.75, but that will have to wait for another day.
- All Video Interviews and Race Footage
- Complete coverage article
- Live Blog
- Complete Results
- Boys Preview
- Girls Preview
- Kathy O'Keefe (Newton South, MA) ran 4:54.52 in the mile to breatk Arianna Vailas' 2010 meet record of 4:56.37.
- Rebecca Robinson (Arlington, MA) dominated the 300 meter dash as she broke Allison Cully's 1998 record of 39.45 by winning the event in 39.08. Robinson's time is US#7.
- Bloomfield High School (CT) set a new meet record in the 4x400 meter relay with a time of 3:56.17.
- Greg Boursiquot (Stoughton, MA) ran a US#4 time of 7:35 in the 55 meter hurdle prelims and later won the finals in 7:45.
- Alex Levine (Danbury, CT) won the 1000 meter run with a US#10 time of 2:28.97.
- Alisha McAdams (N. Kingstown, RI) handed Lindsay Crevoiserat (Glastonbury, CT) a rare loss in the 2 mile. McAdams closed a 30 meter gap and took the lead with 5 laps to go en route to a 10:42.36 win. Galstonbury took the next three spots with Crevoiserat finishing 2nd in 10:49.86, Reid Weston taking 3rd in 11:03.72 and Cara Dorris placing 4th in 11:07.62.
- Maya Walton (Danbury, CT) continued her undefeated season by winning the long jump in 18-5.25. Walton barely edged Wahnetah Carty (Norwich Free, CT) who finished 2nd with an 18-5.
- Complete girls coverage article
- Complete boys coverage article
- Boys Preview
- Girls Preview
- Athlete entries
- Aisling Cuffe (Cornwall) ran a US#1 9:29.89 to win the 3000 meter run for the NY state record and US#6 All-Time. She was followed to the line by Samantha Nadel (North Shore), who ran a 9:33.41 for 2nd and US#12 All-Time.
- Claudia Francis (Benjamin Cardozo) won the girls 600m dash with a time of 1:30.97, the time is US#2 but Francis owns the US#1 time of 1:29.98.
- Shenendehowa girls won the 4x800 relay with a US#1 time of 9:12.41, but they own the US#1 time of 9:10.91.
- Kelsey Margey (Harborfields) won the girls 1500m run with a time of 4:34.
- Kailyn Arcury (Williamsville South) won the girls 55m Hurdles with a US#3 time of 7.96.
- Anima Banks (Mamaroneck) got the best of talented frosh Mary Cain (Bronxville) again in the 1000m run with a 2:51.75 to 2:52.65.
- Zavon Watkins (Liverpool) was upset in the boys 1000m run by Jesse Garn (Marcellus) 2:29.28 to 2:29.54 with Waktins stuck in traffic with a lap to go.
- Winslow Dorsainvil (Spring Valley) won the 55 dash with a US#5 time of 6.33.
- Chad Noelle (Greene) used a big kick to win the boys 3200 with a US#1 time of 9:08.29 over Eddie Owens (Packer Collegiate), 9:13.28, and Martin Hehir (Washingtonville), 9:13.29.
- Strymar Livingston (Columbus) finished a shocking 3rd in the 600m dash despite being the national record holder in the event. Josh Miller (Vestal) won in 1:20.75, Mel Mosley (Middletown) was 2nd in 1:20.80, while Livingston was 3rd in 1:20.87.
- Ismail El-Amin (Wilson Magnet) won the boys 300m dash in 34.78 with Davion Wint (Columbus) 2nd in 34.79. The national leader, Andre Jordan (Medgar Evers), finished 3rd in 35.09.
U of W Last Chance Meet, WA
- Women's mile race by FloTrack
- Maddie Meyers ran a US#1 4:47.27 for the full Mile to finish 5th in the 2nd heat.
Photos by H. Michael Roberts
- Paula Andrie (Campbell) won the girls pole vault with a state record clearance of 12-6, the triple jump with a personal best 36-4.25, and led a 55 hurdle qualifiers into tomorrow.
- Jessie Lemaster of Cheyenne Central (photo above) ran to a new state best of 5:17.97 in the 1600.
- Dylan Morin of Sheridan (photo above) ran a new PR and a state recored of 4:25.10.
Mt Carmel Field and Distance Invitational, CA (Outdoor)
Brandon Ford (Sr., Mt. Carmel, CA) - Photo by Andrew McClanahan
- Brandon Ford (Sr., Mt. Carmel, CA) jumped an amazing US#1 7-0 in the high jump for the first outdoor meet of the season!
Ben Brown Invitational, CA (Collegiate Outdoors)
- Ammar Moussa (Sr., Arcadia, CA) ran his first outdoor track 5K in preparation for the World Cross Country Championships. Moussa won the Collegiate meet with a time of 14:13. Sam Pons (South Pasadena, CA) finished 2nd with a 14:16.
- Lane Wherley (M.L. King, CA) ran in a separate heat (there were 5 heats of the 5K) and finished in 14.44.
- Catrina McAlister (Sr., Arcadia, CA) ran in the fastest of 4 heats in the 5K and finished 19th in 17:45.40.
flrunners.com Primetime, FL (Outdoors)
- It was a great night for Tyler Cardillo (Sr., Charlotte) who ran a 3:57.02 in windy conditions in the 1500 meter run........ qualifying for the elite division at the New Balance Indoors.
- Max del Monte (Jr., Chamberlain) came from behind with a 61 second final lap to beat John-Logan Hines (Sr., Boone) in the 5000 meter run. Monte finished in 15:18.14 followed by Hines in 15:19.10.
- Jerimy Strainge (So, North Broward) won the 100 meter dash with a 10.66 over Michael Bellamy (Sr., Charlotte) who ran 10.78. Sammy Wakins (Sr., South Fort Myers) finished a close 3rd in 10.8. Watkinscame back to win the 200 meter dash in 21.74.
- Kathryn Fluehr (Sr., Community School) won the 5000 meter run in 16:50.27. Twin sister Erika took 2nd in 16:58.72.
- Sixth grader Daesha Rogers took the win with a time of 4:45.30 in the girls 1500. Rogers went on to win the 800 in 2:15.39 followed by Emily Edwards (Fr., Canterbury) who finished in 2:16.29.
Sandlapper Classic, SC (Outdoors)
- The Hilton Head boys broke a 26 year state record in the 4x1600 by 8 seconds. The team ran an 18:25 beating the 18:33 time set in 1985.
- Tony Smoragiewicz of Rapid City Central, SD was the top American Junior with a time of 54:14 and won the bronze. His 14:51 split on the run (5K) was the fastest in the junior division and quicker than most of the professionals! Full Story...
- Tanelle Berard, a senior at Downing Catholic in Iowa, took bronze in the girls junior race as the first American finisher. Her time of 1:00:57 was coupled with an 18:20 split on the run.
- Into a headwind (-3.4), sophomore Ebony Morrison of Miami Southridge won the 200 meter dash in 24.50 (24.62 in the prelims) and also takes the long jump title in a big US #2 18-10.
- Shannon Wright of Coral Reef wins 400 meters in 55.47.
- Ebony Rose of Dr. Krop, one of the favories for the state title, won the 800 in a meet record 2:14.96.
- Arman Hall ran a new US #1 time of 20.82 to win the 200 meter dash with legal wind. He also won the 400 in 47.66.
- Armando del Valle pulled triple duty, winning the 3200 in a 9:13.32, the 1600 in 4:13.70, and lead his 4x800 team to an 8:03.43. All three were meet records.
- Artie Burns, just a sophomore at Miami Northwestern, beat out Emarkis Gunn of Palm Beach Lakes in both the 110H and 300H... their times were 13.77 (new US #1) and 14.34 at 110 and 36.87 and 37.12 at 300, respectively.
- Phillip Dorsett of St. Thomas Aquinas ran into a negative wind to take the 100 in 10.69.
- Octavious Freeman of Lake Wales and Tynia Gaither of Kissimmee Osceola, who are two of the top sprinters in the nation, they went head to head twice over the weekend. Both times Freeman came out victorious. They pushed each other to a 11.52/11.67 in the 100 meters and 23.86/23.90. Freeman's times are both new US #1s, they came after Freeman cruised through the prelims just doing enough to qualify. Smart.
- Jordan Clark of Wekiva cleared 6-8 to win the high jump.
- Shayla Sanders of boyd Anderson cleaned up with dominant (wind-aided) times in the 100 (11.62) and 200 (23.68).
- Amber Monroe of Miami Northwestern tossed the disc 144-11.50 for the win and US #2 mark.
- In the boys 100, Volvick Vassor of Oakland Park Northeast won in a wind-aided 10.56.
- Levonte Whitfield, sophomore at Orlando Jones, pulled off a nice sprint double with a blazing 10.55 (aided, +2.4) in the 200 and a 21.72 in the 200. His 4x100 relay team also posted a 41.75. for the easy win and US #2.
- Galena Park Northshore runs a US #1 41.61 in the boys 4x100 and another US #1 1:27.58 in the 4x200.
- Chris Denver of Northshore throws a US #3 shot put of 56-3.5.
- Katy Cinco Ranch hit a US #1 time of 8:00.04 in the 4x800.
- Three 16-foot vaults! Greg Lupton of Kingwood and Reese Watson of Spring both cleared US #2 16-6 and Shawn Barber of Kingwood Park got over a US #4 16-0.
- Kira Moreland of Los Osos long jumped a US#1 19-2.25 and added a 12.27 100 win for good measure.
Tom Moore Relays, CA
- East Union girls won the 4x200 in a US #2 1:40.20.
- Christal Green of Dreher SC swept the sprint events with a 7.20 55m, 25.07 200m, and a 55.00 400m. Full Story...
- Jadon Short of Oak Ridge TN earned three titles of his own, winning the 200m in 22.46, the 55m in 6.53, and the long jump in 22-7.
Coppell Relays, TX
- Jennifer Madu of Plano East won four titles: the 100 in 11.98 (11.82 in the prelims), the 200 in 25.23, the long jump in 18-0, and the triple jump in 38-10.
- The boys from Marcus fired of a US #2 8:00.57 and a US #1 DMR of 10:26.
- Shelbi Vaughan of Mansfield Legacy took both throws with a US #3 44-9 shot and a US #3 144-3 discus. Claire Uke of Dallas Ursuline was just five inches back in the shot for a US #4 44-4.
Tri-Lakes Invitational, AR
- Andrew Irwin of Mount Ida cleared 17-6.5 in the vault for the national lead.