2012 Indoor Highlights
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- Precious Holmes (Hillhouse) tore it up with wins in the 300 meter dash (38.22), the 600 meter dash (1:30.79) and helped anchor the Hillhouse girls to the victory in the 4x400 relay with a time of 3:56.84. She set meet records in the 300 and the 600.
Cain on her way to her 4:24.25 performance!
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- Mary Cain (Bronxville) blasted a 4:24.25 1500 meter run for a Sophomore Class Record and a NY state championship! Brianna Nerud (North Shore) also ran impressively, finishing 2nd with a time of 4:29.21.
- Fayetteville-Manlius rolled in the 4x800 with a time of 9:08.77.
- Anima Banks (Mamaroneck) won the 1000 meter run with a swift time of 2:49.84.
- Zavon Watkins (Liverpool) smoked the 1000 meter run for the win with a time of 2:27.91. Brian Crimmins (Horseheads) was a close 2nd with a time of 2:28.09.
- Strymar Livingston (Christopher Columbus) won the 600 meter dash with a time of 1:20.02.
- Brandon Joyce (Niagara Falls) won the high jump with a leap of 6-10.
- There was impressive racing in the 3000 meter run with Alexis Panisse (Benjamin Cardozo) winning with a time of 9:59.28 over Gianna Frontera (Newburgh) with a time of 9:59.34.
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- Futsum Zeinasellassie (North Central) rolled in the 3200 meter run with a time of 9:00.90, winning by close to 40 seconds!
- Sydney Clute (Center Grove) won the girls pole vault with a leap of 12-8.
Jessy Eatmon closing out the winning 4x200 relay.
Shana Wilcoxson clears a height, contributing a lot of points to Cheyenne East's team win.
Meade (left) and Phillips set state records in WY on Saturday.
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- Day 2 - Three state records fell in Saturday's finals at the Wyoming State Indoor Championships in Gillette. Host school Campbell county's own Abby Phillips set a new mark in the 3200 at 11.43.50. Both 800 records fell, the girl's mark to Laramie's Cassidy Meade (2.23.43) and the boy's to Ricky Faure of Rock Springs High School (1.58.93).
Laramie and Cheyenne Central failed to separate themselves after going into Saturday's finals tied with 49 points each, as Cheyenne Central captured the meet-ending 4x400, while Laramie failed to gain the one point they needed by finishing .09 second out of 8th place, lifting Central to an 85-point tie. Other than the relay win by Central, neither team had an event winner on the final day.
Ricky Faure of Rock Springs added a new 800 state (1.58.93) record to his Friday 1600 win, and Kolby Kester of Green River snagged both short races, the 55 (6.62) and 55h (7.53). Another Green River runner, Devin Harrison, captured the 200 (22.84) to give the Wolves a sweep of the sprint/hurdle finals. Other winners included Oliver Scofield of Star Valley (Afton) in the 3200, with a -10 second negative split to finish at 9.52.40; Tanner Fischer of Kelly Walsh (Casper) in the HJ (6-00); Ryan Anaya of Natrona County (Casper) in the LJ (21-06-5); and Campbell County (Gillette) in the 4x200 (1.32.93).Jessy Eatmon and Shana Wilcoxson added three individual wins Saturday to give Cheyenne East to the team title of the Wyoming State Indoor Championships, hosted by Campbell County (Gillette); Eatmon captured both sprint titles – 7.42 (55) and 26.82, and Wilcoxson added the TJ crown (36-01.50) to her LJ win. East (85) outpaced Campbell County (79.5) and 3A school Cody (74) for the team victory. Campbell County's Abbie Phillips set a new 3200 record in 11.43.50, and Laramie's Cassidy Meade added a new mark in the 800 (2.23.43)
Other winners for the day included Heidi Pfoor of Cheyenne Central in the 55h (8.68), who added the fastest split (1.01.3) to the winning 4x400 (4.11.67); Kari Campbell of Laramie in the PV (10-09.00); and Campbell County's Cassidy Koski in the SP (38-9.25)
- Day 1 - Junior jumper Shana Wilcoxson of Cheyenne East captured the long jump with a leap of 16-11, high jumped to third place at 5-0, and contributed a leg on the winning 4x200 to lead the Thunderbirds charge to the front of the closely contested first day of the girl's Wyoming State Indoor Championships held in Gillettee, WY, with 34 points. Teammates Jessy Eatmon and Logun Yurek added legs to the winning relay, with Yurek earning 2nd in the 400m, while Eatmon leads the qualifying in both the 55m and 200m heading into today's finals. Close behind (32.5) is host school Cambell County (Gillette), with a second-place finish in the 4x800 and a 2-5-6 grouping in the 1600m. Cody is a close third (32), with a 1-2 finish in the HJ, fourth-place finishes in both relays.
- Patrick Gibson was the only high schooler in the 3k and ran an impressive time of 8:38.57.
- Tatum Taylor won the 60 meter dash over all-comers with a time o 6.79.
- Hannah Cunliffe won her section of the 60 in 7.75 but did not compete in the final.
4x100 Race Video: Marvin Bracy vs. Levonte Whitfield
- Boys 4x100 comes down to three teams within .06 with Marvin Bracy kicking it home to beat out his cousin and Brooks PR 60m Champ Levonte "Kermit" Whitfield for the Boone win in 42.44 over Apopka and Jones.
- Erica Sergeant clears 12-0 in the pole vault.
Reynolds beginning her blazing 400 meter dash race.
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- Shayla Sanders looks dominant with two US #1s in the 100 (11.56) and 200 (23.25). Both wins were over teammate Kali Davis-White, who also competed at Brooks PR with Shayla in the 60, who laid down 11.88 and 24.01, respectively. All of those times were into a headwind.
- Robin Reynolds widened her US #1 time with a 53.84 400m that went along with another US #1 19-8.25 long jump win and respectable showings in teh 100 (12.27) and 200 (24.27).
- Sanders and Davis-White also helped their Boyd Anderson team to a US #1 4x100 with a 45.94 that was ove ra second better than St. Thomas Aquinas could muster.
- Arman Hall extended his national lead the 400 with a 46.41, and added an all-conditions US #1 in the 200 (21.14) to go along with his windy 21.03 last week.
- All-conditions 110 and 300 Hurdles leader Artie Burns couldn't quite match the wind-aided numbers he put up last week, but won the 110s easily with a 14.42 into a strong headwind. He tried his hand at the 400 against Arman (not a normal event for him) and ended up second with a very respectable 47.36.
- With Burns trying some other events, Maurice Dix took advantage and won the 300H in 37.65, just a tad slower than his US #2 37.17 from last week.
- St. Thomas Aquinas nothced the early season US #1 time in the 4x4 with a 3:15.62 over a 3:16.20 by American Heritage. And Miami Carol City is the current national leader in the 4x800 with their 8:01.18.
- Seventh grader Daesha Rogers cruised to a 2:13.78 win in the 800 and 5:10 in the 1600. She is looking to go sub 2:10 and around 4:50 this year, which obviously would be incredible for anyone... let alone a 7th grader.
- Tristie Johnson did a number on the sprints! She swept with 11.71 in the 100, 23.82 (wind-aided) in the 200, and 47.24 in the 400. Not a bad day!
- Stefanie Kurgatt, junior at Maclay School, sped to a 10:39.08 over Foot Locker finalist Bridget Blake's 10:43. This follows Kurgatt's 4:56 1600 last week.
- Kendal Williams, fresh off his Brooks PR in the 60 last week, smoked a 10.39 in the 100 (with a little help from the wind) and came back to win the 200 in a 21.09, which was also aided.