Stoic Bellport leader aiming for a breakthrough this fall
Longwood's Fuller takes talents to other runway; Port Jeff athlete does it the unorthodox way
When it comes to girls’ track and field, the Harvard-Westlake School (photos above by Jeff Sides) is one of those teams that can often get lost in the shuffle. The small independent college preparatory school, located in Los Angeles, has an enrollment (grades 7-12) of roughly 1,600 with slightly more than half that total comprising its high school student body.
Wesley Frazier stole the show, plus NC brings home BOTH team national champions!
The deadline for entry in the 2011 USA Youth Championships is Tuesday at 11:59 p.m.
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Christal Green finished fourth in the 200 finals (24.77) and third in the 400 finals (53.54) at New Balance Nationals.
Kendell Williams (Kell GA) dominated the heptathlon in record fashion, while the decathlon was up for grabs.
Greensboro, N.C.--While West Virginia is known nationally for its ability to produce outstanding distance runners, it was a sprinter that stole the show at New Balance Outdoor Nationals. Harpers Ferry-native and current Jefferson star Dante Price won the Boys’ Emerging Elite 200-meter dash with a time of 21.95 seconds. Price, who is one of only two West Virginia sprinters to break 22 seconds in the event this year, missed his season personal best by .01 seconds. Price also ran in the Boys’ Emerging Elite 100-meter dash clocking a time of 11.03 seconds, but failed to qualify for finals.
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Fayetteville-Manilus (N.Y.) senior Courtney Chapman summed it best when she explained why she could close the gap on Cami Chapus of Harvard-Westlake (Calif.). Chapman grinded a 15-meter lead down to a single step.
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Anyone who has ever seen Edward Cheserek knows that he doesn’t waste any time. The St. Benedict’s star sophomore doesn’t like being behind and regardless of the size of a deficit, he will try to erase it in one towering, intimidating move.
Race Footage from Tretez Kinnaird and Ronnie Baker's All-American Races.
The city of Louisville is rocking as two of the best earn All-American honors in a matter of minutes.
Harvard-Westlake (CA) ran an earth-shattering 11:22.23 for the DMR National Record! (Photo by Pat Montferrat)
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Mary Kate Anselmini said since she joined the Ward Melville track team in eighth grade, she had as much fun as she did this season.
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Some of New York’s top teams were stuck in airports or at home while their events went off at the New Balance Outdoor Nationals because of severe storms that rocked the New York City area yesterday.
GREENSBORO, N.C. – The last individual race that Aisling Cuffe will run as a high school athlete told everything about who she is as a runner.
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Everything seemed out of wack when Myles Andrews took over the anchor leg in the 4x800 for Long Beach Poly.
Josh Lampron wins the mile and Wachusett smokes another distance relay. (Photo by Vic Sailer)
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Rudy Winkler arrived at the point in his competition where he figured the whole thing a wash.
Photo by Patty Morgan
Abbey Leonardi (Kennebunk) chased a fast time in the 2 Mile at the New Balance Outdoor Nationals in Greensboro, NC tonight. Abbey ended up 9th overall with her 2nd fastest 2 mile of her outstanding career, 10:29.84. In the girls Mile racewalk Abby Dunn (Edward Little) earned 2nd place (7:44.24), Courtney Williams (Waterville) placed 3rd (7:48.17) while Gardiner's Annie Schide placed 6th (8:13.36). All 3 earned All-American status. On the Boys side Ian Rixon (Medomak Valley) placed 3rd (7:27.91) while Falmouth's Matthew Goldstein was 4th (8:21.62), both earned All-American Stataus.
GREENSBORO, N.C. – They took two different routes but two records fell on the first day of the national championships.
Wesley Frazier (Raleigh, N.C.) set the national sophomore 5,000-meter record at the New Balance Outdoor Nationals in 16:24.83 at Aggie Stadium, on the campus of North Carolina A&T. St. Benedict’s superstar sophomore Edward Cheserek broke a meet record while claiming his first national title in the 5,000 in 14:25.74.
Massachusetts distance strength was on display in the 5,000m and Nicole Genard set a new meet record in the javelin. (Photo by Maroon News).
The 2011 New Balance Outdoor Nationals get underway on Thrusday afternoon and MileSplitMass will be following all of the athletes from the state.
Ohio Entries, Complete Entries and link on where to go to find the most updated information from the meet
(Photo by Jeff Sides) Blacksburg set the DMR national record last year. Who has the best chance to enter the books this year?
Nicole Gilbert leads the state at 19'0" in the long jump and is looking for a podium spot at the New Balance Outdoor National Championships.
Jarrett Samuels has been keeping a low profile this spring, but he is still one of the leading athletes from the Tarheel State.
The Lincoln-Sudbury girls posted a US#8 time of 9:01.78 and the Wachusett boys posted a US#5 time of 7:36.37 in their respective 4x800m relays.
Keni Harrison leads a talented group as she seeks to add to her indoor national title.
Dreher coach Daniel Brooks has been coaching track and field athletes for 30 years and helped dozens sign college scholarships, so when he says senior Christal Green ranks, "right there at the top," that is quite an accomplishment.