- 100 Meter Hurdles - Payton Stumbaugh of Har-Ber High School earned gold in 14.75
- 1600 Meter Run - Kelsey Wheelhouse of Bentonville High School held strong for a winning time of 5:10.66, followed by Sam Mohler of Mountain Home High School in 5:13.06
- Long Jump - Cornisha Anderson of Fayetteville High School hit the sand at 18-4 to win, followed by: Alex Dorch of Rogers High School (17-11)
- Pole Vault - Payton Stumbaugh of Har-Ber High School sailed over 10-8 for the win
Diamond Hornets Invitational, Outback Classic and New Balance Indoor Nationals
The New Balance Indoor National Championships start Friday morning at the Armory in New York. MileSplit New England will follow the accomplishments of all the athletes from the region and post updates as they become available.
Wakefield’s Ariah Graham took home three titles on the final day of the New Balance National Championships on Sunday while Boys & Girls High School capped off the meet with its second dominating relay title in as many days. (Photo by Tim O'Dowd)
An amazing final Sunday with many great performances across multiple events! Complete saturation coverage inside! (Photo by Don Rich)
Jacob Burcham, a junior from Cabell Midland High School, completed a great weekend of running by taking 3rd in the mile in 4:10.82 at the prestigious New Balance Indoor Nationals today The Armory Track & Field Center in New York, NY.
Michael Cherry (Oscar Smith) - Boys 400m Dash - 3rd, 46.88 (VA #1 all-time) National High School Junior Class Indoor Record! Photo by Tim O'Dowd Quick list below of the All-American finishers from Virginia in the final day of the New Balance Indoor Nationals . More detailed meet summary of their performances and others from Virginia to come later on Sunday. Read more...
Brooklyn's Boys & Girls High School was right at home in New York City tonight at the Washington Heights Armory. The Kangaroos, long known for their success in the sprint relays (they are defending champs in the 1600 meter relay), notched a new title on their belt with an exhilarating come-from-behind win in the 3200 meter relay.
Quick highlights and summaries of day two performances (primarily top 10 finishes) from Virginians at the 2012 New Balance Indoor Nationals in New York City. The Western Branch girls won their program's third national title in the shuttle hurdles in the past four years as the Lady Bruins bettered their own facility record time of 32.73 from one year ago in a winning performance of 32.31. With two of the faster performers in state history in the 55 meter hurdles between Group AAA state champ Taranisha Taylor and state runner-up Tiffany Ellick as well as depth beyond them, it was really on question if they could run a clean race in order to score another national title ring in the event. Averaging their time for four legs equates to roughly a 8.07 split each. Read more highlights and performances by Virginians from Saturday at the New Balance Indoor Nationals
All morning, the buzz at the Armory around the boys 4 x mile was focused on two powerhouse programs that have dominated distance running in recent years. It was a two-horse race, the chatter went, and whichever favorite emerged – Shaker High School or New Jersey's Christian Brothers Academy – would also own a new national record. (Photo by Geoffrey Decker)
Compared to last year's disappointment at the outdoor national meet, this year's let-down doesn't come close for Delaware's Tatnall School.
No All-American finishes from VA in the championship events on Friday at the Armory, but Sophie Chase and the Lake Braddock girls gave it a great run but were just off a sub 12 minute time and school record in the DMR. (Photo by Don Rich) Meet summaries and highlights of the top 10 finishers by Virginians in Friday's events at the 2012 New Balance Indoor Nationals. Read more...
scrunners.com managing editor John Olson is posting updates on his first experience to the Armory in New York.
Dante Price,a junior, from Jefferson High School out of Shenandoah Junction, West Virgina claimed 2nd in the emerging elite 60m dash Friday wth a persoal best time of 6.94 at the New Balance Indoor Nationals to be held at The Armory Track and Field Center.
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Michigan runners dominated the girls distance events at the Armory last night, as the first day of the New Balance Indoor Nationals got underway.
Jordan Brown-Stobbe, a senior, from University High School in Morgantown, WV, ran a personal best 9:27 in the Boys 2 Mile Run Emerging Elite at the 2012 New Balance Indoor Nationals. Brown-Stobbe has signed to run with Marshall University.
The Armory in New York City will host the nation's best starting today, and North Carolina is well-represented.
Check out which Maine athletes plan to compete in the New Balance Indoor Track & Field Natonal Championship this weekend in NYC @ the Armory.
Cabell Midland High School's 800m relay team is preparing to make some noise and improve upon their time at the New Balance Indoor Nationals when the 800m relay gets under way on Saturday evening March 10, 2012.
Jefferson High School’s sensational speedster Dante Price, a junior, will take on another challenge this weekend in New York, NY in the 60m dash at the New Balance Indoor Nationals to be held at The Armory Track and Field Center on Saturday March 10, 2012.
On Sunday March 11, 2012 the next version of a high school dream mile takes place at The Armory Track & Field Center in New York, NY. Two of the biggest names in high school distance running, Edward Cheserek and Jacob Burcham, will lead a talented field in the Big Apple.
Angel Piccirillo enters her senior season as one of the top distance runners in Pennsylvania, as well as the U.S. Bursting on the scene as a sophomore - Piccirillo won her first of two indoor state mile titles, first of two outdoor 1600 meter titles and first of two Penn Relays COA titles. So far in her senior year, she has added a second state title in AA cross country, and a Northeast Region title and 2nd Foot Locker Finalist qualifier.
Photo by Ryan Kelly Adam Visokay did not start taking running seriously until his junior year and the rest of Virginia is grateful for his late start or he would have left many more runners in his wake of his furious final lap kick at 3200 meters. After catching everyone off guard last indoor season with a surprise runner-up finish in the 3200 meter run, the UVA recruit Visokay has turned it on at the end when it matters each following season. With a sub 60 second last lap in last spring's VHSL Group AAA State Outdoor Championships, Visokay was able to run down the two pre-race favorites for his first state championship in a 9:09 PR. This fall, Visokay ran for team instead of individual glory for much of the season with one of the top ranked cross country teams in Virginia. However, after a second place team finish and third place individual finish at the state cross country meet behind two eventual Foot Locker finalists in Ahmed Bile and Sean McGorty, Albemarle coach Buz Male let his star runner loose at the NIke Cross Nationals Southeast regional in Cary, North Carolina. Visokay unleashed a 5K PR of 15:10 at the Southeast Regional to place second and earn the trip to Oregon for the national race. In Portland, Visokay showed that he had another level of performance or gear in him as he placed 10th (15:37) in a field including many of the nation's best distance runners to rival the top 15 performances by McGorty and Bile at the Foot Locker Nationals in San Diego. This weekend at the New Balance Indoor Nationals, Visokay once again gets an opportunity to measure up against the nation's elite at the two mile distance following a second state title in his high school career with a 9:15 3200 PR run at the indoor state championships on February 25th. MileStat.com interviewed Visokay, the two-time state champion at 3200 meters, prior to his indoor nationals race.
Since my running days at Furman, I have been fascinated by running on the oval of an indoor track. The short fast races, the quick tight turns, the sound of the starter’s pistol echoing off the walls and ceiling, and the opportunity to compete during the winter months was an exciting time in my life. When I started coaching, I wanted my athletes to have the same experiences, so I would take many of them off to Knoxville or Clemson or Johnson City or anywhere close where other high school athletes would compete against us. The idea of new, indoor school records, traveling to new cities in a different venue, and much better performances in May brought many athletes out for track and field that may never have come out before. But rules in South Carolina were either changed or more strictly enforced and the opportunities to do these meets started slipping away.
Photo by Andrew Kicinski Coming from a family of great jumpers including his father as one of his coaches and his older brother Anthony as high school outdoor nationals champion and older sister Joyce as a past Group AA state champion, David Johnson had to leap in some big footsteps with his accomplished family name at Charlottesville High School. Next weekend at the New Balance Indoor Nationals, Johnson is attempting to match his brother and add another national title ring for the Johnson household. "It's been great to try and mirror his accomplishments," said David speaking of his brother Anthony. Something that he took away from his big bro, "He always wanted to improve. He was one of those guys who didn't mind learning a lesson here and there with a bad meet." The current #2 ranked triple jumper in the United States this indoor season with a season best mark of 49'10.25", Johnson is excited about competing in his third high school national meet. "Looking to do some big things and represent Virginia." Johnson was a surprise finalist last year and finished 8th at the 2011 New Balance Indoor Nationals in New York City after having the best mark from the first flight. MileStat.com interviewed the two-time Group AA state triple jump champion and Virginia state indoor state leader as he preps for the indoor nationals.
Maine qualifiers for the New Balance Indoor National meet as of 2/26/2012
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HANAHAN -- 2011 was a good year for Hanahan’s Chris Brown.
Indoor track and field has been growing in Colorado the last few years. A growing schedule of meets is attempting to keep pace with the demand. Colorado Track XC file photos.
Spring Valley coach John Jones is seeking athletes and coaches to make the trip on a bus to New Balance Indoor Nationals at The Armory in New York City.
- 200 Meter Dash - Destinee Gause of Reynoldsburg sprinted 23.82 for the victory, trailed by Deajah Stevens of New Rochelle and her 23.98, Katelyn Jackson of Springside School (25.09), Kyra Jefferson of Cass Technical HS (24.42), Sandrae Farquharson of Medgar Evers Prep (24.52), Anna Jefferson of Oak Park HS (25.47), Taylor Watkins of Charlottesville (25.77), Jazzmine Folston of Cocoa HS (25.62), Gabby Gayles of Holy Trinity Academy (25.78). Stevens had the top time out of the prelims (23.89). Next was Jackson (25.02), Jefferson (25.07), Jefferson (24.11), Gause (24.33), Farquharson (24.45), Watkins (25.58), Kiah Seymour of Archbishop Carroll High School (DC) (24.45), Megan Osborne of Chillicothe (25.62), Hallie Earle of Montclair Kimberly Academy (25.64), Tanaya Yarde of Mount Vernon (24.65), Olicia Sharp of Wakefield (24.72), Christine Scott of Mullen High School (24.73), Carlita Taylor of Motor City Track Club (25.72), Emily Yarnell of Hardin Valley Academy (24.75), Aalayah Faulcon of Southern Durham (24.75), Ste'yce McNeil of Winslow Township HS (24.81), Myra Wanamaker of Howard Tech High School (25.87), Royal Cheatham of Hope High School (24.82), Valencia Hannon of Elmont Memorial (24.90), Lateisha Philson of Benjamin Cardozo (24.93), Breanna Walker of Osbourn Park (24.95), Jasmine Hill of Battlefield (26.06), Deme'shia Davis of Central Dauphin East (24.97), Brynn Parsons of Wilton High School (26.06), Jenny Bellefleur of Parkway Northwest HS (26.23), Shyra Molton of Patrick Henry (Ashland) (25.11), Taylor Williams of Gwynedd-Mercy Academy (25.17), Anise Cuffee of Bethel (25.21), Chelsea Darden of Beddingfield, E.T. (25.27), Imani Harris-Quillen of Swenson Arts & Technology (25.33), RoDaijah Faucette of Cummings, Hugh M. (25.34), Shenika King of Canarsie (25.34), Andrea Wright of Indian River (25.35), Tayla Carter of Walton High School (25.43), Kala Allen of Williamsville East (25.48), Sydney Griffin of Walton High School (25.48), Gwen Shaw of Thomas S. Wootton High School (25.54), Kiana Hairston of Osbourn Park (25.72), Jen Pash of Immaculate Heart Academy (25.76), Brittnee Perry of Grassfield (25.88), Arianne Strunkey of Banana Kelly (25.95), Shanice Johnson of Valley Stream North (25.96), Myshale Spigner of Parkland (26.00), Cristeen Anyanwu of Eleanor Roosevelt High School (26.14), Nichole Candelaria of Newark Tech (26.23), Madeline Kopp of Spencerport (26.25), Brianna Moore of Broadneck Senior High School (26.34)
- Two Mile Run - Carmen Carlos of McGill-Toolen Catholic ran a 10:25.30 that earned her the W (her best of the year)Great race for Hannah Feiten of Hardin Valley Academy who won in 10:59.57 with Rachel Paul of Sachem East on her heels in 10:25.82. Next was Dana Giordano of Bernards HS in 10:28.91, Bethanie Brown of Waterville High School (10:29.04), Elizabeth McDonald of Country Day School of the Sacred Heart (11:04.24), Julie Mcconville of Hingham High School (10:36.36), Hannah Christen of Lake Braddock (10:36.40), Kate Buss of Blacksburg (11:06.08), Mackenzie Barry of Mendham HS (10:38.24), Elyssa Gensib of Princeton HS (11:07.58), Colette Richter of Mountain Lakes HS (10:38.87), Abby Rentschler of Saline High School (11:08.38), Shelby Davidson of Cocoa Beach HS (10:40.03), Rebecca Salter of Tatnall (10:42.03), Gianna Frontera of Newburgh Free Academy (10:42.52), Anna Bearss of Warsaw Community High School (11:10.89), Caroline Koenig of Staples High School (11:13.33), Ally Cady of Hillsborough HS (11:13.72), Emma Mashburn of Hardin Valley Academy (11:15.82), Annika Gompers of Gann Academy (10:51.16), Maggie Mullins of Andover High School (10:53.46), Kelsie Schwartz of Grosse Pointe South HS (10:54.26), Grace Ndungu of Lowell High School (11:16.51), Jessica Donohue of North Shore (10:54.84), Abby Seel of Mendham HS (11:00.11), Sabrina Olsen of Thomaston High School (11:20.93), Elizabeth Caldwell of North Shore (11:02.30), Colleen Sands of Wachusett Regional High School (11:21.50), Paige Ethier of South Kingstown High School (11:02.60), Kieran Hanrahan of Tatnall (11:23.15), Nicole Park of Ocean Lakes (11:13.19), Kerri Ruffo of Plainfield High School (11:24.61), Elianna Shwayder of Saline High School (11:25.34), Emily Waligurski of Onteora (11:27.25), Jenna Cody of Princeton HS (11:25.40), Tory Sivco of Sandwich High School (11:30.47), Jessica Goethals of Rochester HS (11:33.21), Lennon Cooper of Holmdel HS (11:35.87)
- 400 Meter Dash - Impressive top speed helped Ariah Graham of Wakefield win in 53.95Caela Williams of Penn Wood blazed a 56.67 for the win, which is a new season best, just over Olivia Baker of Columbia HS 54.61, trailed by Lyons Lauren of Cardinal Spellman and her 57.00 with Myra Wanamaker of Howard Tech High School on her heels in 57.19. After that was Kiah Seymour of Archbishop Carroll High School (DC) at 55.55, Anna Jefferson of Oak Park HS (57.26), Ebony Williams of Parkland (58.10), Kadecia Baird of Medgar Evers Prep (55.74), Rayanna Relerford of Bloomfield High School (57.37), Johnyce Powell of Motor City Track Club (58.14), Udeme Akpaete of Springbrook High School (55.96), Kayla Gilding of South Burlington (58.69), Michaela Wilkins of Mt. Hebron High School (56.96), Erin Morrison of Parkland (58.97), Kolbi Sims of Thomas Stone High School (59.29), Mercedes Tillman of North Point High School (58.10), Ellison Grove of Battlefield (58.44), Alicia Osley of South Brunswick HS (58.49), Lauren Burnett of Dakota HS (58.52), Mirabel Nkenke of Immaculate Conception HS (Montclair) (58.57), Carlita Taylor of Motor City Track Club (58.81), Ebony White of Indian River (58.86), Jasmine Hill of Battlefield (58.87), Emily Doyle of Duxbury High School (58.97), Rachel Halmon of Thomas Stone High School (59.15), Kenesha Brown of Easton Area (59.23), Achsah Brice of Dudley (59.31), Gabby Gayles of Holy Trinity Academy (58.44), Sydney Peterson of Exeter High School (59.33), Elizabeth Markowitz of Greenwich High School (59.38), Hanna Green of Greater Latrobe (59.77), Michaela Williams of West Mecklenburg (59.78), Rebecca Elliott of Polk County (59.94), Morgan Spann of McNair Academic HS (59.95). Precious Holmes of Hillhouse High had the top time out of the prelims (54.09). Next was Seymour (54.77), Graham (55.18), Baker (55.60), Baird (55.76), Akpaete (56.03), Wilkins (56.26), Erica Johnson of St Mary Academy-Bay View High School (56.34), Jaimee Dorsey of East Greenwich High School (56.49), Alexandria Moseley* of Cosby (56.53), Madeline Kopp of Spencerport (56.64), Aalayah Faulcon of Southern Durham (57.07), Imani Harris-Quillen of Swenson Arts & Technology (57.13), Rebecca Robinson of Arlington High School (57.18), Kala Allen of Williamsville East (57.24), Shenika King of Canarsie (57.33), London Freeland of Dunbar High School (57.39), Laurie Femmel of Natick High School (57.50), Nichole Candelaria of Newark Tech (57.58), Kendell Wiles of Blacksburg (57.74), Erin Jaskot of Tappan Zee (57.93), Christina Zelenoy of Monroe-Woodbury (58.10), Maya Moore of Bethel (58.73), Rochelle Forbes of Sport & Medical Science (59.03), Shanice Johnson of Valley Stream North (59.12), Claire Tito * of J.R. Tucker High School (59.13), Tichina Rhodes of Swenson Arts & Technology (59.30), Camila Isern of Lexington High School (59.45), Sherise Truman of Hartford Public High School (59.79), Lindsay Voltz of Tatnall (59.81)
- 4x200 Meter Relay - Wakefield 1:36.35; Bloomfield High School 1:44.51; Medgar Evers Prep 1:38.71; Dudley 1:44.52; Western Branch 1:38.96; Bishop McNamara High School 1:44.89; Hope High School 1:42.04; Hardin Valley Academy 1:45.69; Overbrook 1:45.89; Thomas Stone High School 1:46.07; Norwich Free Academy 1:46.08; North Point High School 1:46.19; Union Catholic HS 1:46.30; West Mecklenburg 1:46.50; Colts Neck HS 1:46.61; McKinley Tech High School 1:46.65; CH Flowers High School 1:46.98; Owen J. Roberts 1:47.37; Watertown High School 1:47.59; Dunbar High School 1:47.65; Somerville High School 1:47.76; Neptune HS 1:47.94; Methacton 1:48.22; Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School 1:48.22; Portsmouth High School 1:48.29; Andover High School 1:48.44; Metuchen HS 1:48.54; Reservoir High School 1:48.98; Hingham High School 1:49.27; Sprint Athletics 1:36.79 (prelims); Wakefield 1:38.26 (prelims); Medgar Evers Prep 1:39.05 (prelims); Western Branch 1:39.53 (prelims); Hope High School 1:40.71 (prelims); Hoover 1:41.09 (prelims); Mount Vernon 1:41.10 (prelims); Swenson Arts & Technology 1:41.38 (prelims); Osbourn Park 1:41.61 (prelims); Parkland 1:41.86 (prelims); Cosby 1:42.35 (prelims); Uniondale 1:42.92 (prelims); Taft Campus (NYC) 1:42.93 (prelims); Newark Tech 1:42.99 (prelims); Phoebus 1:44.04 (prelims); Central Dauphin East 1:44.42 (prelims); Brockton High School 1:44.72 (prelims); E.C. Glass 1:45.46 (prelims); Easton Area 1:45.51 (prelims); Elizabeth Seton High School 1:45.60 (prelims); Teaneck HS 1:46.07 (prelims); Columbia HS 1:48.10 (prelims);
- 4x400 Meter Relay - Wakefield 3:43.01; Neptune HS 3:58.85; Garden City 3:47.49; Thomas Stone High School 3:59.28; Medgar Evers Prep 3:49.25; Greenwich High School 4:01.88; St. John Villa Academy 3:52.13; Penn Wood 4:02.00; Cosby 3:52.67; New Milford High School 4:02.47; Bethel 3:52.72; Norwich Free Academy 4:03.73; McDonogh School 3:52.85; Port Richmond 3:54.31; East Greenwich High School 4:03.91; Pope John XXIII HS 3:54.64; Cherokee HS 4:03.92; Colonie 3:55.53; Glastonbury High School 4:04.06; Parkland 3:57.15; Westwood HS 4:04.15; Benjamin Cardozo 3:57.28; Wellesley College 4:04.26; Acton-Boxborough High School 3:59.18; North Point High School 4:04.92; Bishop McNamara High School 4:00.59; Marshfield High School 4:06.19; Elizabeth Seton High School 4:00.65; Villa Joseph Marie 4:06.23; Hoover 4:00.69; Colts Neck HS 4:06.33; Clover Hill 4:06.53; Windsor High School 4:01.88; Cardinal O Hara 4:06.78; Western Branch 4:02.45; Weequahic HS 4:07.13; Millville HS 4:03.48; Easton Area 4:07.28; Tewksbury Memorial High School 4:04.06; Liberty High School 4:08.20; Portsmouth High School 4:08.52; Metuchen HS 4:08.68; Chelmsford High School 4:08.70; Polk County 4:08.94; Woodstock Academy 4:09.11; CH Flowers High School 4:10.47;
- 4x55 Meter Shuttle Hurdle Relay - Western Branch 32.31; Uniondale 32.88; Newark Tech 32.91; Hoover 32.95; Kellenberg Memorial 33.06; Franklin Twp. HS 33.74; Elizabeth Seton High School 33.75; New Bedford High School 33.79; Buena Reg. HS 33.92; Newton North High School 34.00; Palm Beach Lakes HS 34.49; North Rockland 34.66; Methacton 35.06; New Rochelle 35.21; West Windsor-Plainsboro North HS 35.33; Bay Shore 35.39;
- 4x800 Meter Relay - Fayetteville-Manlius 8:58.18; Westwood HS 9:26.38; La Salle Academy 9:02.84; Methacton 9:26.43; Red Bank Catholic HS 9:05.28; Assumption 9:27.40; Garden City 9:09.90; Mount Saint Dominic Academy 9:11.91; Cosby 9:14.92; Glastonbury High School 9:35.07; Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School 9:17.47; Green Hope 9:18.20; Hillhouse High 9:18.22; Westwood High School 9:39.15; West Springfield 9:19.89; Oakton 9:20.97; Metuchen HS 9:39.58; Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School 9:26.00; Germantown Friends School 9:39.70; Academy of the Holy Names 9:26.37; Bronxville 9:28.61; Medina 9:32.16; Blacksburg 9:35.34; Saint Basil Academy 9:42.13; Narragansett Regional High School 9:35.94; Foxboro High School 9:43.48; Mamaroneck 9:38.64; St. Dominic Academy 9:48.60; Reservoir High School 9:56.81; Staples High School 9:57.99; Notre Dame Academy-Hingham 9:58.29;
- 5000 Meter Run - Erin Finn of West Bloomfield HS got it done, winning in 16:19.69, a new SB, trailed by Haley Pierce of Tatnall and her 16:31.86, Brianna Nerud of North Shore (16:43.56), Wesley Frazier of Ravenscroft School (16:46.15), Megan Lacy of Cherokee HS (16:49.00), Alexis Panisse of Benjamin Cardozo (16:58.24), Tori Gerlach of Pennridge (17:00.54), Holly Bischof of Bishop Eustace Prep (17:12.38), Dina Iacone of Washington Twp HS (17:18.03), Hannah Oneda of Winters Mill High School (17:19.38), Jessica Donohue of North Shore (17:28.08), Sara Sargent of Pennsbury (17:32.49), Leila Mantilla of Penfield (17:43.54), Bryce Seymour of Circle Christian School (17:44.16), Elizabeth Caldwell of North Shore (17:47.84), Meredith Kilburn of Fort Mill (17:48.13), Hannah Rose of Wilson Memorial (18:08.05), Shannon Kelly of Livingston HS (18:15.12), Maggi Szpak of Saratoga Springs (18:15.78), Jacqueline Willsey of Academy of the Holy Names (18:16.74), Ariana North of Northern Highlands Reg. HS (18:17.53), Audrey Gould of Amherst-Pelham Regional High School (18:18.84), Mary Grace Doggett of Cardinal Gibbons (18:23.35), Elizabeth Dawson of Daniel (18:24.55), Jessica Rossabi of Green Hope (18:34.21), Theresa Enright of Green Hope (18:38.31), Arielle Weiner of Colts Neck HS (18:38.39), Brandy Leclair of Fitch High School (18:52.32), Anne-laure White of Brooklyn Tech (18:54.39), Shannon O'hehir of Sachem East (18:55.67), Savannah Lips of Green Hope (19:05.36), Lindsay Arcuri of Bay Shore (19:12.92), Ashley Welborn of Knoxville Catholic High School (19:16.25), Tabitha Arwood of Lebanon (19:20.95)
- 60 Meter Hurdles - Dior Hall of George Washington High School earned gold in 8.19, Lateisha Philson of Benjamin Cardozo (8.37), Hunter Roberts of Southwest Guilford (8.94), Anna Cockrell of Detroit Country Day HS (9.03), Mckenzie Hollenbaugh of Glastonbury High School (9.08), Ste'yce McNeil of Winslow Township HS (8.50), Akayla Anderson of Benjamin Cardozo (8.76). Next was Philson (8.41). Next was Roberts (8.90), Hall (8.41), Cockrell (9.13), Kendell Williams of Kell High School (8.51), McNeil (8.68), brittany webley of Uniondale (8.86), Hollenbaugh (9.16), Sandreka Bancroft of Benjamin Cardozo (8.86), Vanessa Clerveaux of Brockton High School (8.65), Autumne Franklin of McDonogh School (8.71), Kaprice James of Abraham Clark HS (8.76), Taranisha Taylor of Western Branch (8.85), Ally Saccone of Old Rochester Regional High School (8.85), Odrine Belot of Kellenberg Memorial (8.88), Gwen Shaw of Thomas S. Wootton High School (8.88), Anderson (8.88), Sydney Griffin of Walton High School (8.90), Jazmine Vaughan of Phoebus (8.91), Cindy Ofili of Ann Arbor Huron HS (8.91), Pati Dziekonska of West Windsor-Plainsboro North HS (8.92), Eliana Yankelev of Lower Merion (8.92), Mobolaji Adeokun of DuVal High School (8.93), Katherine Cavanaugh of Kellenberg Memorial (8.95), Cierra Brown of Chaminade Julienne (8.95), Betsy Garnick of Bishop Guertin High School (8.96), Dashana Ransome of Irvington HS (8.97), Alvonna Blakney of West Mecklenburg (8.99), Gifty Amankwah of Newark Tech (9.00), Kayla Coley of Cheltenham (9.01), Christine London of Howard High School (9.02), Morgan McLaughlin of Union Catholic HS (9.02), Nicole Genard of Somerville High School (9.03), Sarah Bowens of Suffern (9.05), Helena Leyrer of Buena Reg. HS (9.08), Francesca Evans of Cummings, Hugh M. (9.13), Chantel Ray of Hampton (9.15), Vamonie Boddie of Phoebus (9.18). Hall had the top time out of the prelims (8.25), Philson (8.49), Williams (8.44), McNeil (8.51), Anderson (8.64), Clerveaux (8.69), webley (8.77), Franklin (8.79), Ofili (8.84), Saccone (8.90), Vaughan (8.91), Griffin (8.95), Taylor (8.97), Bancroft (8.99), Belot (9.02), Shaw (9.16)
- 60 Meter Dash - , Berrion Berry of Stoney Creek HS (7.73), Gabrielle Gray of High Point Central (7.45), Megan Osborne of Chillicothe (7.80), Rachel Watkins of Tuscarora High School (7.81). Myasia Jacobs of Paramus Catholic HS had the top time out of the prelims (7.50), Berry (7.78), Watkins (7.79), Osborne (7.81), JDen Williams of Wakefield (7.61), Mobolaji Adeokun of DuVal High School (7.63), Carolyn Brown of Phoebus (7.62), Destinee Gause of Reynoldsburg (7.65), Tayla Carter of Walton High School (7.66), Gray (7.67), Mollie Gribbin of South Burlington (7.76), Markia Franklin of Southern Durham (7.80), Khadijah Cudjoe of Sheepshead Bay (7.80), Katelyn Jackson of Springside School (7.81), Emily Yarnell of Hardin Valley Academy (7.81), Tawfiq Abdul-karim of Woodberry Forest (7.18). Next was Jacobs (7.39), Gray (7.54), Gause (7.58), Carter (7.59), Williams (7.66), Adeokun (7.66), Brown (7.66), Jackson (7.71), Cudjoe (7.76), Gribbin (7.76), Santina Williams of A.I. Prince Tech (7.81)
- 800 Meter Run - Ajee Wilson of Neptune HS held strong for a winning time of 2:06.58Brittany Neeley of Eastern High School-Greentown hustled to a 2:14.77 win, which is a new season best with Mary Cain of Bronxville on her heels in 2:07.26. After that was Anima Banks of Mamaroneck at 2:08.77, Bethanie Brown of Waterville High School (2:15.44), Maddy Berkson of Classical High School (2:08.87), Maeve Riley of Immaculate High School (2:15.62), Olicia Williams of Saint Anthony's (2:09.31), Aubrey Wilberding of Seaholm HS (2:15.72), Mattie Blue of Broughton (2:15.82), Sarah Gillespie of Northwest Catholic High School (2:11.16), Erica Johnson of St Mary Academy-Bay View High School (2:16.22), Skylar Evans* of Midlothian (2:11.69), Jessica Gelibert of Bay Shore (2:11.77), Shannon McCarthy of Rumson-Fair Haven HS (2:17.10), Kimberley Ficenec of Mountain View (2:12.07), Michaela Wilkins of Mt. Hebron High School (2:17.46), Emily O'Neill of Garden City (2:12.35), Jamie Morrissey of Rochester Adams High School (2:17.87), Erin Jaskot of Tappan Zee (2:13.80), Kanae Taylor of Engineering & Science (2:17.92), Gabby Cuccia of Roy C. Ketcham (RCK) (2:14.15), Laura Quintana of Bernards HS (2:18.03), Amber Goodspeed of Middletown (2:14.45), Kyndal Boykin of Broughton (2:18.87), Marie Johnston* of Midlothian (2:14.89), Savannah Steinly of Catoctin High School (2:19.22), Meredith Rizzo of Bronxville (2:15.11), Rachel Christ of Rumson-Fair Haven HS (2:19.39), Kellie Davis of Hillhouse High (2:15.19), Abby Markowitz of Greenwich High School (2:15.36), Shannon Morton of Indian River (2:15.62), Aleta Looker of Ellsworth High School (2:16.04), Jocelyn Hubbard of Marshfield High School (2:21.40), Jennie Cunningham of Pinecrest (2:16.07), Allison Gates of Valley Regional High School (2:21.49), Sabrina Southerland of Benjamin Cardozo (2:16.47), Fawzia Kheir of Dickinson HS (2:21.67), Carly Bonnet of Haddonfield Mem. HS (2:21.76), Julia Berkowicz of Whitinsville Christian (2:21.77), Medinah Nabadduka of Windsor High School (2:17.03), Lauren Burnett of Dakota HS (2:17.87), Jane Clark of Notre Dame Academy-Worcester (2:18.02), Marika Crowe of Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School (2:18.12), Kathryn Lazarchick of UMS-Wright (2:18.28), Cecilia Sabbers of St. Dominic Academy (2:19.25), Shannon Mcdonnell of Shoreham-Wading River (2:19.79), Alexis Hatcher of North Rockland (2:20.97), Danielle Rowe of Bay Shore (2:21.57), Megan Young of Nanuet (2:22.37)
- Distance Medley Relay - Grosse Pointe South HS 11:39.29; Academy of Notre Dame 11:48.30; Academy of the Holy Names 11:54.25; Lenape Reg. HS 11:56.46; Strath Haven 11:56.78; Sachem East 11:57.10; La Salle Academy 12:00.30; Lake Braddock 12:02.06; Ocean Lakes 12:08.54; Bronxville 12:10.13; Mount Saint Dominic Academy 12:11.21; Pearl River 12:11.58; Pope John XXIII HS 12:13.90; North Hills 12:16.08; Green Hope 12:19.67; Oakton 12:19.88; Warwick Valley 12:20.76; Colonial Forge 12:21.46; Arlington 12:21.77; Franklin High School 12:23.88; Massapequa 12:24.21; Wachusett Regional High School 12:26.03; Hopkinton High School 12:28.41; Niskayuna 12:28.46; Syosset 12:34.78; Gill - St. Bernards School 12:42.74;
- High Jump - With the bar at 5-7.25, Amy Collins of Wachusett Regional High School gets the goldKendell Williams of Kell High School cleared a 5-11.25 to win, which is her best throw of the season, followed by: Maddie Morrow of Hoover (5-9.25), Dakota Dailey-Harris of La Salle Academy (5-9.25), Taylor Morgan of Upper Dublin (5-7.25), Kaitlin Whitehorn of Elwood / John Glenn (5-7.25), Stephanie Izard of Sweet Home (5-7.25), Brianna Hayes* of Matoaca High School (5-7.25), Hannah Stone of Catoctin High School (5-7.25), Chardonae Fuqua of Hoover (5-7.25), Megan McCloskey of Germantown Academy (5-5.25), Kyaira Wright-Harmon of Franklin Twp. HS (5-5.25), Noel Jancewicz of Robbinsville HS (5-5.25), Victoria Shaffer of Rush Henrietta Sperry (5-5.25), Margaret Fuller of Jamesville-Dewitt (5-5.25), Brionna Singleton of Newark Tech (5-5.25), Mackenzie Sturtz of Marion (5-5.25), Dana Husband of Rome Free Academy (RFA) (5-5.25)
- Long Jump - Krystal Clarke of Tuscarora High School hit the sand at 18-1.75 to win (new season best mark), Javanique Burruss of Louisa County (19-8.5), Johvonna Mayo of McKinley Tech High School (17-8.25), Shakeela Saunders of Nansemond River (19-8.25), Carla Forbes of Newton North High School (19-7), Mikayla Pearce of Maryvale (19-0.25), Brittany Owens of East Lawrence High School (18-6.75), Jordan Matthews of Abington (18-6.5), Shemiah Brooks of Southwest Guilford (18-5.25), Diamond Hodge of Girls' High (18-4.5), Mobolaji Adeokun of DuVal High School (18-1.25), Janel Francis of Walter G. O'Connell-Copiague (18-0.5), Mollie Gribbin of South Burlington (17-11.75), Danielle Hale of South Lakes (17-9.5), Amani Nesmith of Swenson Arts & Technology (17-8.25)
- One Mile Run - Hannah Meier of Grosse Pointe South HS ran a 4:42.60 that earned her the W (her best of the year)Maddy Berkson of Classical High School earned a 4:58.48 winGreat race for Liz Holmes of Foxboro High School who won in 5:02.49 with Bethany Neeley of Eastern High School-Greentown in her shadow at 4:58.87 and next was Kate Zendell of Suffern (5:07.16), Brianna Nerud of North Shore (4:45.29), Caroline Alcorta of West Springfield (4:58.97), Marin Warner of Holmdel HS (5:08.01), Megan Moye * of Cosby (4:47.75), Briana Gess of (4:59.72), Lindsey Kane of Washington Twp HS (5:09.34), Alexis Panisse of Benjamin Cardozo (4:48.36), Kennedy Weisner of Elk County Catholic (5:01.32), Ersula Farrow of Grosse Pointe South HS (5:11.33), Katie Fortner of Cave Spring (4:49.79), Paige Duca of Sacred Heart Academy (5:11.99), Carolyn Bethel of Hidden Valley (4:52.40), Caitlin Bungo of Sewickley Academy (5:04.08), Claire Gomba of John Jay - East Fishkill (5:13.36), Kristen Traub of Eastern Christian School (5:04.88), MaryKate McNamara of Red Bank Catholic HS (5:17.46), Ellie Gonzalez of Catholic High School (4:53.78), Julie Williams of Tatnall (5:05.21), Kate Hastings of Tatnall (5:18.38), Audrey Batzel of Ocean Lakes (4:55.85), Megan Sullivan of Broughton (5:05.56), Jennifer Gerland of Garden City (5:19.54), Anna Boyert of Medina (4:56.12), Courtney Thompson of St. John Vianney HS (5:05.73), Jessica Bellows of Coventry High School (5:19.77), Reagan Anderson of Tatnall (4:56.26), Catherine Maloy of Academy of the Holy Names (4:58.66), Haley Meier of Grosse Pointe South HS (4:59.12), Annika Gompers of Gann Academy (5:08.99), Samantha George of Millbrook (5:01.97), Brianna Feerst of Pt. Pleasant Beach HS (5:10.19), Sara Barron of Notre Dame Prep (5:05.92), Avery Evenson of Hartland HS (5:06.70), Kelly Bailey of Peddie School (5:11.30), Rebecca Stover of Bearden High School (5:11.85), Kathleen Stewart of Council Rock South (5:13.03), Shannon McCarthy of Rumson-Fair Haven HS (5:13.24), Bryanna Allison of Lowell High School (5:15.51), Lucy Van Kleunen of Central (5:15.65), Mattie Blue of Broughton (5:15.84), Courtney Kelly of Bishop Eustace Prep (5:17.95)
- Pole Vault - Hannah Meador of Fluvanna County got over 12-4 in her victoryAlyssa Mcbride of Bryan sailed over 12-8.75 for the win, followed by: Sydney White of East Forsyth (12-8.75), Elizabeth Ambler of Northern Guilford (11-7), Casey Teska of Nashoba Regional High School (12-8.75), Kennedy Shank of Northern (11-7), Sage Proffitt of North Buncombe (12-4.75), Kristen Lee of Wakefield (12-4.75), Emily Shipley of Hillsborough HS (11-7), Rayna Yvars of Green Hope (11-7), Grace Giampetro of Villa Maria Academy (11-7), Marlena Sabatino of Hillsborough HS (12-0.75), Chelsea Vaughan of Southern Reg. HS (11-7), Emma King of Oakdale (11-7), Carolyn Edler of Mahwah HS (11-1), Emily Savage of Weston High School (11-1), Mimi Devita of Ridgewood HS (11-1), Maggie Rampolla of Maryvale Prep School (11-1)
- Shot Put - Torie Owers of Athens Academy hurled a victorious 51-0.5, followed by: Julie Kerber of Lakewood HS (40-4.75), followed by: Theresa Picciallo of Immaculate Heart Academy (48-0.75), Katherine Johnston of Haddonfield Mem. HS (40-1), Jessica Woodard of Cherokee HS (43-4.75), Becca Leppelmeier of McComb (39-9.5), Rachel Fatherly of Williamsport Area (42-11.75), Carrie Wasdyke of Jefferson Twp. HS (39-2.5), Chioma Onyekwere of James W. Robinson (42-5.5), Nyla Woods of Grady (39-2), Rochelle Evans of Christiansburg (42-0.75), Taylor Woods of Hickory (40-11.25), Isabella Stuopis of Souhegan High School (40-7.5), Adora Nwolili of Longwood (40-1.5)
- Sprint Medley Relay - Hillhouse High 4:00.58; Battlefield 4:08.13; Bay Shore 4:02.43; Cosby 4:15.06; Garden City 4:02.88; La Salle Academy 4:03.24; Millville HS 4:15.61; Saint Anthony's 4:03.32; Sachem North 4:17.56; St. John Villa Academy 4:04.29; Snyder HS 4:17.79; Wachusett Regional High School 4:05.52; Hingham High School 4:19.47; Port Richmond 4:05.86; Riverdale Baptist 4:19.81; McDonogh School 4:06.07; Marlboro HS 4:19.97; Lenape Reg. HS 4:08.60; Niskayuna 4:09.44; Newton South High School 4:20.29; Norwich Free Academy 4:10.15; Bishop McNamara High School 4:21.93; Cherokee HS 4:11.93; Onteora 4:12.70; Northwest Catholic High School 4:14.04; Reservoir High School 4:23.18; Pope John XXIII HS 4:16.52; Walpole High School 4:23.51; Kellenberg Memorial 4:16.99; Staples High School 4:24.17; Hoover 4:23.26;
- Triple Jump - Gena Pickett of Mahwah HS lept 37-7.5 to get first (new season best mark)Hitting a big 42-5 jump, Carla Forbes of Newton North High School wins (new season best mark), Shemiah Brooks of Southwest Guilford (40-11), Simone Charley of Spain Park (40-7), Melodee Riley of Riverhead (39-8.5), Iana Amsterdam of Newark Tech (39-5.25), Francesca Evans of Cummings, Hugh M. (39-2), Mollie Gribbin of South Burlington (39-0), Danielle Williams of Eaglecrest High School (38-11.25), Achsah Brice of Dudley (38-10.5), Kaylynn Pitts of Woonsocket High School (38-10.25), Cierra Brown of Chaminade Julienne (38-8.25), Molly Shapiro of Emma Willard (38-7.75), Adefunke Sonaike of Montgomery HS (38-7), Janae Jones* of Clover Hill (38-6.5), Jessica Caldwell of McDonogh School (38-5.75), Vanessa Clerveaux of Brockton High School (38-4.75), Camille Dickens of Chaminade Julienne (38-2.25), Brittany Owens of East Lawrence High School (38-1.75), Odrine Belot of Kellenberg Memorial (37-5.25), Bryanna Grant of Cranford HS (36-7.25), Kristen Fawole of Long Reach (36-7.25)
- Weight Throw - Nice toss of 47-10.5 for the victory, followed by: Kamryn Brinson of Marist (47-2.5), Jenessa Jackson of Throw1deep (46-11.5), Brittany Mann of Detroit Country Day HS (55-8.5), Josie Hardin of Throw1deep (42-9), Gabby Figueroa of Austintown Fitch (53-4.25), Madison Sears of Peachtree Ridge High School (41-7.25), Marthaline Cooper of Classical High School (52-10.75), Amber Sudzius of Brentwood High School (40-7), Bianca Donadio of Classical High School (40-6.25), Ann Dagrin of Classical High School (49-7.75), Maggie Dufault of Pilgrim High School (49-7.25), Becca Leppelmeier of McComb (49-3.75), Grace Janes of Rogers (49-0.5), Adrienne Thornton of O'Bryant High School (48-2.25), Destinee Barrette of Pilgrim High School (47-6.5), Dominique Darby of Tri-Valley (47-3), Leia Mistowski of Narragansett High School (43-9.25), Emily Jacobs of Frontier (43-6), Brianna O Grady of South Kingstown High School (43-5.75), Alex Miller-wampler of Lancaster (43-3.75), Courtney Drozdowski of Lancaster (42-7), Manuela Vadis of Classical High School (41-4.5)
- 200 Meter Dash - Zyaire Clemens of Trenton Central HS sprinted 22.06 for the victory with Arman Hall of St. Thomas Aquinas HS in tow at 21.22, trailed by Jason Ervin of North Farmington HS and his 22.22, Wayne Gordon of Sweet Home (21.56), Rodrell Smith of Nelson County (22.46), Tevin Hester of Granville Central (21.76), Champ Page of Henry A. Wise High School (21.82), Josh Wray of Rush Henrietta Sperry (22.69), Nate Gainey of Mt. Hebron High School (22.91), Laray Smith of Xaverian (21.93), Kyle McLendon of Unattached (NC) (22.98). Clemens had the top time out of the prelims (22.29). Next was Gordon (21.57), Smith (21.61), Ervin (22.43), Hester (21.68), Wray (22.55), Smith (22.63), Gainey (22.79), Page (21.81), McLendon (22.81), Josh Reed of Rome Free Academy (RFA) (22.81), Leshon Collins of Glasgow (21.90), Cameron Hudson of Berry Academy (21.90), Brandon Rapp of Cherokee HS (22.88), Ronald Darby of Potomac High School (21.94), Jermaine Griffith of Nottingham HS (22.89), Brian Smith of Greece-Athena (21.97), Keith Owens of Woodstock Academy (22.92), Ishmael Hyman of St. John Vianney HS (21.99), David Huffman of Tatnall (22.93), Michael Cherry of Oscar Smith (22.00), Anthony Genovese of Shelton High School (22.94), Christopher Boyd of Smith, Ben L (22.05), Rajee Dunbar of Gonzaga College High School (22.17), Jordan Moore of Sprint Athletics (22.25), Xavier Jones of Ragsdale (22.25), Desmond Smallwood of Lafayette (22.27), Nathan Pierre-Louis of Waltham High School (22.28), Romero Hines of I.C. Norcom (22.38), Jarell James of Hope High School (22.46), Daryian Miles of Teaneck HS (22.46), Derrick Smith of Niskayuna (22.64), Andy Nicolas of Midwood (22.64), Kareem Campbell of Mount Vernon (22.67), Harrison Scharf of E.C. Glass (22.69), Christopher Blaylock of Battlefield (22.85), Fabian Santiago of Oakcrest HS (22.86), Tyroy Lawson of Sheepshead Bay (22.87), Zach Taylor of Northwestern (22.94), Derrick Ingram of Uniondale (22.95), Danito Dixon of Sheepshead Bay (22.96)
- Two Mile Run - Edward Cheserek of St. Benedict's Prep got it done, winning in 8:50.53James Randon of Middlesex School hustled to a 9:23.68 win, which is a new season best just out-kicking the 9:00.06 by Adam Visokay of Albemarle and next was Sam Hibbs of Hatboro Horsham (9:26.62), Brock Baker of Oakland High School (9:02.44), Louis Colson of Thomas Edison (9:26.85), Dan Lennon of Peru (9:06.16), Jordan Brown-stobbe of University (9:27.07), Thomas Awad of Chaminade (9:06.18), Brendan Shearn of North Schuylkill (9:27.81), Eric Holt of Carmel (9:07.08), Stephen Shine of Briarcliff (9:28.15), Kris Moran of North Babylon (9:08.02), Dan Curts of Ellsworth High School (9:28.88), Connor Rog of Fairfield Prep High School (9:08.82), Zack Beavin of St. Xavier (9:29.54), Sam Roberson of Broughton (9:11.20), Garrett O'Toole of Middlesex School (9:29.70), Mark Hadley of Boardman (9:32.78), Kevin Thomas of Marshfield High School (9:12.66), Brent Demarest of Porter Gaud (9:33.05), Marc Violone of Byram Hills (9:15.32), Evan Little of LaSalle Institute (Troy) (9:35.66), Harlow Ladd of Messalonskee High School (9:16.40), Daniel Grosvenor of Montpelier High School (9:36.55), Stephen Mulherin of NC School of Science & Math (9:17.07), Steven Phillips of Cardinal Gibbons (9:37.17), Mitchell Kun of Sheepshead Bay (9:17.24), Mikolaj Kulis of Staples High School (9:38.02), Nick Tuck of Lake Braddock (9:17.47), William Roberson of Broughton (9:38.29), Joey Castagnaro of Holy Trinity Academy (9:38.52), Jon Harper of Phillipsburg HS (9:20.74), Zachary Kughn of Grand Blanc HS (9:21.58), Matt Moody of Elmira District (9:40.11), Blake Udland of Millburn HS (9:28.18), Mike Curley of North Attleboro High School (9:40.54), Brandon Harris of Hoover (9:36.98), Bijan Mazaheri of Wellesley High School (9:41.26), Jake Feinstein of Newtown (9:39.38), Michael Ellis of Mount Tabor (9:41.45), Daniel Salas of Trinity Prep (9:04.25), Ryan Depinto of Syosset (9:42.00), Nate Smith of Pioneer (9:44.02), Nick Link of Blacksburg (9:50.87), Jarret Ross of North Middlesex Regional High School (9:45.62), Grayson Reid* of Deep Run (9:46.07), Benjamin Fishbein of Bethlehem Central (9:46.35), Hunter Proscia of Eldred (9:46.50), Robert Walker of Brooke Point (9:46.81), Edward Wilson of Conard (9:47.16), Elliot Consolli of Knoxville Track Club (9:47.65), Matt Jorgensen of Pawling (9:47.73), Asher Smith-rose of Broughton (9:49.63), Anthony Malatesta of Chatham HS (9:50.92), Keith Conway of Newburyport High School (9:51.82)
- 400 Meter Dash - Najee Glass of St. Peter's Prep drove to a 46.57 to winRobert Hovanec of Watchung Hills Reg. HS blazed a 49.89 for the winImpressive top speed helped Jeremy Griffis of Cummings, Hugh M. win in 51.05 just out-kicking the 49.95 by Eric Kahana of Freehold Boro HS. They were followed by Michael Cherry of Oscar Smith (46.88), Jerrel Wilson of Rahway HS (49.96), Arman Hall of St. Thomas Aquinas HS (47.48), Lamar Bruton of Howard Tech High School (49.96), Steven Gayle of Mount Vernon (48.04), Kyle McLendon of Unattached (NC) (50.04), Hugh Mccoll of The Lawrenceville School (50.19), Champ Page of Henry A. Wise High School (48.28), Jason Ervin of North Farmington HS (50.30), Marcus Williams of Delsea Regional High School (50.42), Hayden Frechette-McCall of Wachusett Regional High School (50.54), Ervin Alston of Dunbar High School (50.55), Ansel Borhauer of James W. Robinson (50.56), Ayo Obadare of Elmont Memorial (50.58), Eric Chevez of Levittown (50.69), Evan Johnson of Lawrence HS, NY (50.73), Evan Johnson of Trenton Central HS (50.73), Alex Leto of Old Bridge HS (50.75), Kiivone Howard of Foxboro High School (50.81), John Malespina of Park Ridge HS (50.82), Nolen Bright-Mitchell of Albion HS (50.85), Jonathan Greenwood of Freeport (50.89), William Gibson of Hopewell Valley HS (51.02), Derrian Flemming of Bethel (51.15). Cherry had the top time out of the prelims (47.66), Glass (47.76), Michael Newton of Sprayberry High School (47.92), Page (48.35), Christian White of Laurel High School (48.47), Gayle (48.64), Donovan Robertson of Berea (48.85), Naija Omari of St. Benedict's Prep (48.98), David Huffman of Tatnall (49.02), Jakaryus Redwine of Oak Mountain HS (49.12), Brian Smith of Greece-Athena (49.13), Daryl Worley of Penn Charter (49.19), Tyler Ross of Greater Latrobe (49.26), Joel Roberson of Laurel High School (49.30), Xavier Jones of Ragsdale (49.51), Jason Tomlinson of Harry S. Truman (49.55), Timothy Hamlett of Don Bosco Prep (49.65), Taariq Jones of Kingston (49.65), Nathan Pierre-Louis of Waltham High School (49.69), Jarell James of Hope High School (49.71), Andre Rolim of Somerville High School (49.76), Tresean Goodwin of Uniondale (49.81), Donovan Henry of Catholic Memorial High School (49.90), Aaeron Sykes of Sport & Medical Science (49.96), Akmed Muhummed of Oakcrest HS (49.97), Ishmael Hyman of St. John Vianney HS (50.14), Corey Hackett of Hatboro Horsham (50.19), Christopher Boyd of Smith, Ben L (50.41), Dexter Valley of West Orange HS (50.97), Bo Lewis of Framingham High School (51.24)
- 4x200 Meter Relay - Trenton Central HS 1:28.46; Bishop McNamara High School 1:31.17; Grassfield 1:31.25; Mount Vernon 1:29.35; Newton North High School 1:31.36; Western Branch 1:29.79; Central High School 1:31.99; Chelmsford High School 1:30.24; South Shore 1:31.01; Rahway HS 1:32.26; Snyder HS 1:32.68; Newark Tech 1:32.97; Cardinal Hayes 1:33.03; Thomas Stone High School 1:33.04; Lawrence HS, NY 1:33.10; Wallkill 1:33.12; Eleanor Roosevelt High School 1:33.40; Sweet Home 1:33.41; DeMatha Catholic High School 1:33.45; Gonzaga College High School 1:33.51; Suffern 1:33.54; Reservoir High School 1:34.15; Prospect Heights Campus 1:34.19; Imhotep Institute Charter HS 1:34.32; Penn Wood 1:29.36 (prelims); Mount Vernon 1:29.40 (prelims); Western Branch 1:29.42 (prelims); Chelmsford High School 1:29.70 (prelims); Trenton Central HS 1:29.85 (prelims); South Shore 1:30.07 (prelims); Uniondale 1:30.21 (prelims); Strath Haven 1:30.25 (prelims); Washington Twp HS 1:30.55 (prelims); Harry S. Truman 1:30.58 (prelims); Berry Academy 1:30.92 (prelims); Dunbar High School 1:31.30 (prelims); Middletown 1:31.54 (prelims); Seneca Valley 1:31.62 (prelims); Granby 1:31.69 (prelims); Fork Union 1:31.95 (prelims); Smith, Ben L 1:32.02 (prelims); Poughkeepsie 1:32.16 (prelims); Thomas Worthington 1:32.17 (prelims); Catholic Memorial High School 1:32.20 (prelims); Xavier 1:32.30 (prelims); Greenwich High School 1:32.30 (prelims); Frederick Douglass-PG 1:32.39 (prelims); Cosby 1:32.62 (prelims); Dunbar 1:32.92 (prelims); Battlefield 1:32.95 (prelims); Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 1:32.96 (prelims); Oakcrest HS 1:33.01 (prelims); Windsor High School 1:33.08 (prelims); Staples High School 1:33.12 (prelims); Nansemond River 1:33.25 (prelims); Cardinal Spellman 1:33.57 (prelims); Charlottesville 1:34.10 (prelims); Hatboro Horsham 1:34.13 (prelims); St. Benedict's Prep 1:34.19 (prelims);
- 4x400 Meter Relay - Boys and Girls 3:16.78; Danbury High School 3:23.71; West Orange HS 3:23.71; Newburgh Free Academy 3:19.10; Morris Hills HS 3:24.25; Laurel High School 3:19.34; Central High School 3:24.62; Christian Brothers Academy 3:19.40; Mount St. Michael 3:25.41; Dunbar 3:22.20; Lawrence HS, NY 3:25.97; Trenton Central HS 3:25.97; Bethel 3:22.37; Spring Valley 3:26.03; Hoover 3:22.83; CH Flowers High School 3:26.22; Union Catholic HS 3:23.12; Thomas Stone High School 3:27.17; Camden HS 3:27.19; Westfield 3:23.66; Wallkill 3:27.45; West Islip 3:23.84; Mt. Ararat High School 3:27.90; Cherokee HS 3:24.18; Randolph 3:28.37; Randolph HS 3:28.37; Monroe-Woodbury 3:24.55; Metuchen HS 3:29.22; Uniondale 3:24.77; Clover Hill 3:29.59; Norton High School 3:25.46; Port Richmond 3:29.67; Franklin Twp. HS 3:26.01; Cosby 3:29.71; Staples High School 3:26.40; Medgar Evers Prep 3:30.22; Hunterdon Central HS 3:30.28; Narragansett High School 3:30.37; St. John the Baptist 3:27.51; Franklin High School 3:30.39; Peabody 3:31.00; Green Hope 3:31.49; Western Branch 3:28.31; Dunbar High School 3:29.63; New Canaan High School 3:32.19; Elmont Memorial 3:30.66; Whitinsville Christian 3:32.38;
- 4x55 Meter Shuttle Hurdle Relay - Jackson Memorial HS 30.13; Oakcrest HS 30.21; Dunbar 30.27; Hackensack HS 30.54; Franklin Twp. HS 30.78; St. Benedict's Prep 30.94; Union Catholic HS 30.96; Washington Twp HS 30.97; Uniondale 31.07; Central Reg HS 31.13; Hilton 31.30; Rahway HS 31.76; Wallkill 31.82; Kellenberg Memorial 32.05;
- 4x800 Meter Relay - Boys and Girls 7:41.10; Mount Tabor 7:56.08; Cherokee HS 7:43.64; Kellenberg Memorial 7:43.84; Randolph 7:58.81; Randolph HS 7:58.81; Pope John XXIII HS 7:44.07; Andover High School 8:01.49; Westfield 7:45.51; Red Bank Catholic HS 8:02.68; Pennridge 7:45.93; Kingston 8:04.79; Warwick Valley 7:47.04; Collegiate School 7:51.57; Urbana High School 8:08.48; Pawling 7:52.17; Iona Preparatory School 8:08.48; St. John the Baptist 7:52.94; Clover Hill 8:08.95; Atlee 7:52.99; Rush Henrietta Sperry 7:54.65; Germantown Friends School 8:10.80; Monroe-Woodbury 7:56.07; New Canaan High School 8:11.17; Bellport 7:57.22; Western Branch 8:11.30; Don Bosco Prep 7:59.64; Cardinal Gibbons 8:13.95; Monsignor Farrell 8:00.34; Naugatuck High School 8:15.98; Syosset 8:03.09; Msgr. Donovan HS 8:16.68; Thomas Edison 8:03.50; Haddon Twp HS 8:16.77; Xavier 8:04.73; Metuchen HS 8:18.20; Carmel 8:07.55; DeMatha Catholic High School 8:20.29; The Lawrenceville School 8:09.06; Somers 8:20.57; Bronxville 8:11.78; Centreville 8:20.99; Colonie 8:18.91;
- 5000 Meter Run - Dan Lennon of Peru got it done, winning in 14:37.25, a new SB with Dallin Farnsworth of HIGHLAND HIGH SCHOOL in his shadow at 14:37.32. After that was Sam Parsons of Tatnall at 14:53.10, Dustin Wilson of Chestnut Hill Academy (14:55.09), Brayden Cromar of Davis High School (14:56.51), Joe Crafa of Rocky Hill High School (14:56.98), Thomas Awad of Chaminade (15:06.21), Brendan Shearn of North Schuylkill (15:06.23), Connor Sheryak of St. Xavier (15:06.85), Dave Ozarowski of Archbishop Curley High School (15:07.07), Cody Seymour of Cave Spring (15:08.19), David Taranto of Burlington High School (15:08.66), Wills Rooney of Greens Farms Academy (15:08.68), Ryan Polman of Independence (15:09.44), Alex Giacco of Tatnall (15:10.98), Steve Maine of Highland Reg HS (15:11.45), Daniel Moore of Holy Trinity Academy (15:11.76), Paddy Grandinali of Warwick Valley (15:13.64), Dylan Tarpey of Freehold Twp HS (15:14.84), Eddie Cunningham of West Windsor-Plainsboro North HS (15:17.41), Andre Ivankovic of Daniel (15:18.76), Jonathan Green of Saint John's High School (15:22.93), Ryan Colabella of Hauppauge (15:23.80), Aaron Wilkinson of Valley View (15:24.31), Weston Carvalho of Winters Mill High School (15:25.53), Will Templeton of Hardin Valley Academy (15:27.65), Sage Kosiorek of Boiling Springs (15:31.01), Matt Moody of Elmira District (15:34.05), Keigan Culler of Fremont High School (15:41.78), Matthew Klein of Hopkins School (15:44.26), Jordan Redd of Fairborn (15:51.34), Dan Sheldon of W Windsor-Plainsboro So. HS (15:58.29), Johnny Marvin of Rhinebeck (16:00.48), Kevin Ratigan of McNair Academic HS (16:00.55), Daniel Lee of West Windsor-Plainsboro North HS (16:08.77)
- 60 Meter Hurdles - Donovan Robertson of Berea hurdled to a 7.70 winJamel Bolden-Presley of Rahway HS hurdled to a 8.03 win, which is a new season best with Dondre Echols of Potomac High School on his heels in 7.71 and next was Travis Phillips of Patrick Henry (Ashland) (8.12), Jordan Moore of Sprint Athletics (7.76), Trey Holloway of Grassfield (7.83), Tyvon Rivers of Sweet Home (8.26), Drake Johnson of Pioneer HS (7.94), Charles Wulff of Hodgson Vo-Tech (8.27), Joey Wilkin of Westerville North (8.28), Isaac Williams of Willingboro HS (7.95). Holloway had the top time out of the prelims (7.80). Bolden-Presley had the top time out of the prelims (8.13). Next was Moore (7.83), Echols (7.90), Marlon Humphrey of Hoover (8.04), Phillips (8.24), Robertson (7.82), Chris Williams of Strath Haven (7.94), Wilkin (8.32), Aaron Willett of Coatesville (8.04), Rivers (8.24), Williams (8.05), Wulff (8.30), Wellington Zaza of Strath Haven (8.06), Christopher Blaylock of Battlefield (8.30), Kyle Smith of Frederick Douglas (NYC) (8.09), Johnson (8.10), Purcell Freeman of Long Reach (8.32), Eric Wellmon of Wallkill (8.32), Isaiah Moore of Cummings, Hugh M. (8.14), Andre Hewitt of East New York - Transit Tech (8.32), Jeff Elam of Greater Latrobe (8.21), Steven Taste of Bloomfield HS (8.38), Jake Mcfadden of Clare HS (8.22), Demonte Wilson of Crest (8.25), Paul Haley of Mt. Hebron High School (8.26), Thomas Jones of Rockridge High School (8.36), Joshua Thorne of Potomac High School (8.36). Moore had the top time out of the prelims (7.71) then Holloway (7.76), Robertson (7.76), Williams (7.90), Echols (7.95), Johnson (7.97), Humphrey (8.09), Mcfadden (8.16), Moore (8.17), Smith (8.17)
- 60 Meter Dash - Tevin Hester of Granville Central drove to a 6.72 to winVincent Lowe of Grassfield drove to a 6.88 to win, followed by Dante Price of Jefferson in 6.94, Leshon Collins of Glasgow (6.76), Eric Kahana of Freehold Boro HS (6.97), Mark Jackson of Longwood (6.99), Wayne Gordon of Sweet Home (6.92), Denver Wright of Fork Union (7.03), Jermaine Griffith of Nottingham HS (7.04), Jakaryus Redwine of Oak Mountain HS (6.94). Price had the top time out of the prelims (6.98) then Hester (6.87). Next was Jackson (7.00), Lowe (7.03), Kahana (7.04), Wright (7.05), Cameron Hudson of Berry Academy (6.94), Redwine (6.95), Collins (6.96), Matthew Moore of Knoxville Track Club (6.99), Gordon (7.02), Zach Taylor of Northwestern (7.03), T.j. Elliott of Central Dauphin East (7.05) then Hester (6.87), Collins (6.82), Gordon (6.91), Redwine (6.95), Hudson (6.96), Moore (7.00), Rajee Dunbar of Gonzaga College High School (7.01), Dellon Peters of James Madison (NYC) (7.01), Taylor (7.05)
- 800 Meter Run - , Marquis Worsley of Norview (1:56.33)Benjamin Malone of Pascack Valley HS held strong for a winning time of 1:49.94Great race for Everett Price of New Providence HS who won in 1:54.13 with Zavon Watkins of Liverpool in his shadow at 1:50.11. Next was Andre Rolim of Somerville High School in 1:55.25, Allen Eke of Union Catholic HS (1:52.57), Matt Crawford of Bethlehem Central (1:55.94), Cory Mccarty of Elmira District (1:52.68), Matt Murray of Norwich High School (1:56.28), Kieran Brennan of Pearl River (1:52.95), Ryan Schnulle of Charlotte HS (1:53.19), Jack White of Fairfield Ludlowe (1:56.61), Strymar Livingston of Christopher Columbus (1:53.20), Timmy Usher of Reservoir High School (1:56.88), Jon Vinnenberg of Bow High School (1:53.66), David Pugliese of Xavier High School (1:56.90), Henry Wynne of Staples High School (1:53.71), Joseph Logue of Pennridge (1:56.98), Bryce Kelley of Chariho Regional High School (1:53.77), Michael Fitzpatrick of Revere High School (1:57.28), Jared Mason of West Orange HS (1:53.82), Alex Hoffman of Holy Trinity Academy (1:57.62), Christian Delago of Shaker (1:54.30), Thomas Cave of St. Xavier (1:57.94), Otniel Teixeira of Lake Brantley HS (1:54.30), Bernard May of Silver Lake Regional High School (1:58.09), Ryan Horgan of Holy Ghost Preparatory School (1:58.26), Brian Poirier of Northwest Catholic High School (1:55.35), Brandon Mazzarella of Marlboro HS (1:58.59), Tom Bonaro of Pearl River (1:55.57), Matthew Warriner of Knoxville Track Club (1:58.61), Rami Phillips of Oxon Hill High School (1:58.75), Avery Martin of Fork Union (1:55.79), Justin Keefe of Newton North High School (1:58.81), Nyall Islam of The Lawrenceville School (1:56.08), Ben Groleau of Framingham High School (1:56.26), Nigel Walker of Hilton (1:59.34), Ryan Thomas of Albemarle (1:56.64), Thomas Negron* of Cosby (1:59.40), Scott Arsenault of Billerica Memorial High School (1:57.41), Cameron Rasmussen of Hendrick Hudson (1:59.90), Lucas Carpinello of Bethlehem Central (2:00.06)
- Distance Medley Relay - St. Benedict's Prep 10:10.08; Piscataway Twp HS 10:10.63; Marshfield High School 10:12.12; Stuyvesant 10:12.24; Pembroke High School 10:12.43; Arlington 10:12.48; Monsignor Farrell 10:12.50; Colonial Forge 10:15.85; Fairfield Prep High School 10:17.95; Oakton 10:19.69; Atlee 10:21.62; North Babylon 10:23.64; Saratoga Springs 10:29.36; Loyola-Blakefield 10:31.30; Xavier 10:31.45; Cardinal O Hara 10:33.90; Syosset 10:39.39; Don Bosco Prep 10:42.10; Wantagh 10:42.12; Western Branch 10:43.22; Christiansburg 10:44.17; Curtis 10:45.14; Port Jefferson 10:46.09; St. Johnsbury Academy 10:47.20;
- High Jump - Jonathan Addison of Enloe got over 6-9 in his victory, followed by: Jay Jakovina of Austintown Fitch (6-9), Xavier McIntosh of Columbia HS (6-7.25), Nick Simmons * of J.R. Tucker High School (6-7.25), Dezmond Mobley of Greece-Olympia (6-7.25), John Mudrey of Hickory (6-7.25), Rashaan Jones of South Lakes (6-5.25), Jalen Ramsey of Norristown (6-5.25), Jack Kahrs of Scituate High School (6-5.25), Jaylon Holt of Southeast Raleigh (6-5.25), Oluwatoni Onikeku of Fitchburg High School (6-5.25), Christopher McDowell of Hingham High School (6-5.25), Michael Rufrano of Chaminade (6-5.25)
- Long Jump - , Cameron Hudson of Berry Academy (23-7.5), Jamarian Bates* of Matoaca High School (23-4), Benjamin Ezike of Susan Wagner (23-0.75), Anaquan Peterson of Lakeland (23-0), Jeremiah Green of Hillsborough HS (22-9.75), Jamal Williams of Teaneck HS (22-5.75), Jonathan Addison of Enloe (22-3.75)
- One Mile Run - Brad Nye of Davis High School earned a 4:08.67 winAlex Moran of Mount Lebanon ran a 4:17.19 that earned him the W (his best of the year)Elijah Armstrong of POCATELLO HIGH SCHOOL ran a 4:18.09 that earned him the W (his best of the year) just out-kicking the 4:09.07 by Edward Cheserek of St. Benedict's Prep and next was Marc Violone of Byram Hills (4:18.86), followed by Logan Wetzel of Saline High School in 4:20.92, Robert Massey of Chelmsford High School (4:18.88), James Burke of Port Jefferson (4:21.96), Brannon Kidder of Lancaster (4:12.83), Chris Heydrick of River Hill High School (4:25.48), Joel Hubbard of Marshfield High School (4:13.67), Louis Tobias of Cromwell High School (4:20.62), Stephen Garrett of Tatnall (4:25.62), Sean McGorty of Chantilly (4:13.81), Mike Marsella of Chariho Regional High School (4:13.87), Alex Campanella of Eldred (4:21.26), Philip Hall of Terry Sanford (4:30.52), Brent Coulter of Landstown (4:18.48), Louis Colson of Thomas Edison (4:22.56), Benito Muniz of Carmel (4:30.60), Michael McNamee of Oakton (4:20.88), Will Meadows of Gilman School (4:23.06), Quinten Stipp of Arlington High School (4:22.96), Tom Hennessy of Peddie School (4:24.04), Logan Miller of Chantilly (4:23.62), Robert Stone of Millburn HS (4:24.54), David Taranto of Burlington High School (4:24.65), Owen Gonser of King Philip Regional High School (4:25.66), Felipe Yanez of Forest Hills (4:25.97), Brendan Robertson of Westborough High School (4:28.03), Patrick Rollo of McDonogh School (4:27.06), Mike Wyman of Old Rochester Regional High School (4:27.84), Cooper Rudin of Bernards HS (4:28.31), Sean Grady of East Meadow (4:28.78), Tom Hogarty of St. Joseph's HS (Metuchen) (4:28.88), Robert Hall of Scarborough High School (4:28.91), William Yau of Troy HS (4:29.56), Kyle Duvall of Westfield High School (4:30.61)
- Pole Vault - With the bar at 17-0, Jacob Blankenship of Gahanna Lincoln gets the gold, followed by: Sean Daugherty of Lake Braddock (14-8.5), Kyle Johnston of Penn High School (15-8.25), Greg Gallagher of Iona Preparatory School (15-8.25), Jared Allison of Dallastown (15-8.25), Patrick Anderson of Kane Area (15-2.25), Michael Jensen of Appoquinimink High School (15-2.25), Jesse Oxley of Berne Union (15-2.25), Austin Vegas of East Forsyth (15-2.25), Shawn Mayer of Palmyra (14-8.5), Brendan Sullivan of Westford Academy (14-8.5), Mike Cyphers of Lebanon High School (14-8.5), Brad Johnson of Kellam (14-8.5), Craig Hunter of Robbinsville HS (14-8.5), Derek O'Connell of Ocean Lakes (14-8.5), Michael Brunoforte of Saint Anthony's (14-8.5)
- Shot Put - Braheme Days Jr. of Bridgeton HS threw a 68-10.75 to win, followed by: Will Pope of Iona Preparatory School (55-4.25), followed by: Kyle Felpel of Cocalico (60-6.5), Travis Gallardo of Bayonne High School (54-6), Taylor Frenia of Kempsville (60-3.25), Swardic Mayanja of Newton North High School (59-6.25), Matt Bell of Hickory (58-5.25), Joseph Williams of Spain Park (58-4), Andrew Trumbetti of Northern Valley HS - Demarest (57-3.75), Colin Hoey of Lowell High School (57-3.5), Praduman Singh of Upper Darby (56-3.5), Eric Beckwith of North Attleboro High School (56-1.5), Kyle Long of Hempfield (3) (54-11.5), Dominic Kosar of St. Joe's (54-11), Ethan Callison of Fort Defiance (54-6), Kevin Conway of Westerly High School (54-2), Christopher Staton of Franklin Twp. HS (54-1.5), Max Adams of Hempfield Area (7) (54-1.5), Oakley Hill of Fort Defiance (53-10.75)
- Sprint Medley Relay - St. Benedict's Prep 3:25.88; Rahway HS 3:35.31; Liverpool 3:26.41; Reservoir High School 3:35.45; Pascack Valley HS 3:27.11; Holy Ghost Preparatory School 3:35.71; Union Catholic HS 3:27.19; West Orange HS 3:29.03; Massapequa 3:36.48; Staples High School 3:29.40; Framingham High School 3:36.82; Bethel 3:32.08; Vineland HS 3:37.72; Western Albemarle 3:32.32; Newark Tech 3:38.10; Rush Henrietta Sperry 3:33.12; South Shore 3:38.40; Fork Union 3:33.25; Cherokee HS 3:38.42; Suffern 3:40.23; Centreville 3:35.78; Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School 3:40.64; Xavier 3:36.62; Andover High School 3:41.01; Newton North High School 3:37.36; Manchester 3:41.94; Peabody 3:37.86; Pope John XXIII HS 3:42.07; Christiansburg 3:38.14; Track Eastern Carolina 3:38.23; Hoover 3:40.48; Port Jefferson 3:40.57; Boys and Girls 3:42.93;
- Triple Jump - Devon Willis of Schalmont lept 46-7.75 to get first, followed by: David Johnson of Charlottesville (48-6.25), Thomas Johnson of White Plains (48-2.75), Jeremiah Green of Hillsborough HS (48-2.5), Olisa Obiefuna of Saugus High School (47-9.25), Anaquan Peterson of Lakeland (47-8.75), Jaylon Holt of Southeast Raleigh (46-2), Myles Charley of Spain Park (46-2), Cody Israel of Chaminade (46-0), Jon Pitt of South Brunswick HS (45-6.75), Ryan North of Southern Reg. HS (45-1.75)
- Weight Throw - Kenneth Brinson of Marist threw a 64-4 to win (best so far this year)Rudy Winkler of Averill Park threw a 80-11.75 to win, followed by: Alex Briggs of Portsmouth High School (62-2.5), followed by: Joseph Velez of Classical High School (75-6), Clarence Gallop of Central High School (61-11), Rueben Horace of Bishop Hendricken High School (71-5.75), Chase Carroll of North Cobb Christian (61-3.75), Bryan Rhodes of Saint Anthony's (70-5), Jordan Pickerel of Throw1deep (60-2.5), Cameron Brown of Ravenwood High School (69-5.5), Shawn Farrell of Bishop Fenwick High School (58-2.5), Kevin Conway of Westerly High School (66-0.25), Gabriel Arcaro of Burlington High School (57-9.75), Logan Pressley of North Buncombe (65-9.25), Max Lydum of Defiance (57-2.5), Mahlik Handley of South Kingstown High School (63-9.25), Kyle Littles of Our Lady of Mercy (56-3.25), Ndailor Sheriff of Classical High School (62-7.25), Charlie Ionata of Barrington High School (62-6.75), Tim Wilson of Washingtonville (52-9), Frederick Matthews of West Islip (52-3.25), Dylan Gardner of Pilgrim High School (58-11.5), John Celona of Bishop Hendricken High School (57-0.25), Carlos Mangum of Central High School (56-11.75), Robert Palazzo of Classical High School (56-8), Isaiah Dexter of Lancaster (56-3.5), Angel Rosario of Bay Shore (55-10), Joe Calao of Westerly High School (53-6.5), Thomas Olusegun Vadis of Classical High School (53-4.5)
Those of us who love the sport of Track & Field are all anxious for this time of year to start. This past Saturday at Southwind high school, several West TN high schools enjoyed a nice sunny day for the first big meet of the season. Since this was a pre-season scrimmage style meet, nobody was too concerned about seeing great performances or going up against a full slate of athletes. But if this is any indication how the season will start, a large meet, sunny day, and great performances, then the 2012 Track & Field season is going to be a good one for sure!
- Long Jump - Hitting a big 19-1 jump, Kyla Walker of White Station High School wins, her top jump of the season
- Triple Jump - Jalyn Robinson of Whitehaven High School jumped a 36-2.25 in her win (new season best mark)