WingedFootFotos.com, Don Rich, MaroonNews, Pat Montferat, and Tim Fulton contribute photos from The Armory in NYC.
WingedFootFotos.com, Don Rich, MaroonNews, Pat Montferat, and Tim Fulton contribute photos from The Armory in NYC.
Wayne Seaton said he was hoping. He hoped that every time he tore through another step on the track and Sheepshead Bay’s anchor leg would draw nearer. The Fordham Prep senior hoped with each step until he closed even with his team’s rival and barreled across the finish line.
They’d been in the same position a bunch of times before. With the finish line approaching and Hempstead’s Charlene Lipsey straining to hold onto a lead, Phyllis Francis of Catherine McAuley fought to snatch it away. This season it seemed impossible to take down Lipsey in the home stretch of any race. Until impossible happened.
SUNDAY: Robbie Andrews and Conor McCollough both shatter US record. Purvis and Rankin win the 60m dashes, Wilson and Crawford win the HH. SATURDAY: Nick Vena (Morristown, NJ) tosses shot put 70-05, which is a National Soph. record, NJ states record, and Armory record. FRIDAY: Solomon Haile(Sherwood, MD) wins in a new national record time of 14:22.88. Fordham Prep breaks national record in the shuttle hurdle relay with their 29.15 winning time. Sheepshead Bay is 2nd in 29.18, the 2nd fastest time ever. Swensen Tech girls win in 33.40.
National meets and the last in-state qualifier for the OATCCC Ohio Indoor State Championship Meet are in store for this edition of the weekend wrap up. Ohio seemed to have a minimal amount of entries in the national meets, but there were still some top notch athletes trying to make their mark on the national scene.
More often than not, throwers stomp into the circle like an angry adolescent, perform their pre-throw ritual and send the shot put into the air then release a scream that hopes to frighten the ball a few inches farther.
You may not recognize the name Sadiki White. You should. But it’s understandable if you don’t. He doesn’t compete for his high school team which throws him into the unknown abyss and away from track stardom.
LIVE RESULTS HERE BOYS FRIDAY RESULTS GIRLS FRIDAY RESULTS WINNERS TABLE MEET HOMEPAGE Photo Gallery (657 Shots Already) Video Page Friday Boy's Article Friday Girl's Article NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Boys SHR: Trenton Central (NY) AR Girls SHR: Ridgewood (NY) Boys SMR: Newburgh (NY) Girls SMR: Cardozo (NY) Boys DMR: Arch. Ryan (PA) Girls DMR: Warwick Valley (NY) Boys 5000m: Don Cabral (CT) Girls 5000m: Chelsea Ley (NJ) Boys Log Jump: Christian Taylor (GA) AR Girls Long Jump: Vashti Thomas (CA) Boys High Jump: Chris Copeland (VA) Girls High Jump: Tynita Butts (VA) Girls Shot Put: Lauren Chambers (GA) QUALIFYING HEATS Boys 60m: D'Angelo Cherry (GA) 6.64 AR Girls 60m: Victoria Jordna (TX) 7.41 Boys 60m HH: Spencer Adams NC) 7.82 AR Girls 60m HH: Vashti Thomas (CA) 8.35 Boys 4x400m: Newburgh (NY) 3:18.58 Girls 4x400m: Boys and Girls (NY) 3:52.25 Girls Pole Vault Trials were held as well AR = Armory Record
Robby Andrews laid flat on his back, his legs propped against the wall. His eyes glazed over and any ounce of energy he owned only existed in his recent memory.
Abington, running as the Ghost Track Club, finished 2nd in the 4x400 with a fantastic time of 3:19.03. Penncrest 4th in 4x400 with a time of 3:20.87; Wallace 4th with 55.81; Furcht 2nd with 9:11.54; Lavong 4th with a 61-09.50.
National Champions **WAYNE DAVIS II, NATIONAL RECORD 7.60, 60mH *Samantha George, Millbrook, ran 5:09.37 to win the Girl's Freshmen Mile @ NIN *New Bern wins 4x200 at NIN with a new Meet Record, 1:27.91 *New Bern gets 2nd win, 1600 SMR in 3:27.64, another NIN Meet Record *New Bern gets 3rd of the meet and 3rd Meet Record, 3:15.02 *Justin Crawford, Ashbrook, won the 60mH at NSIC, 7.85/7.84 in semis, US#2 *Lincoln Carr wins Triple Jump at NSIC in 49'3.5" *Fuguwan Greene nabs 4th Nat'l title with solo win in the 200m, 21.53 Top 5 @ NIN - Results Aslynn Halvorson, Butler, 4th in the Weight Throw, 53'9.25" Aslynn Halvorson, Butler, 4th in the Shot Put in 42'2" Torrance Hunt, Jordan, placed 2nd in the 60m dash, 6.72(6.70 prelims) Lamont Jackson, RJ Reynolds, was 5th in the 200m dash, 22.05(21.95 prelims) Top 5 @ NSIC - Results West Charlotte, 4th in the 1600 SMR, 3:32.94 Lincoln Carr, Pine Forest, 3rd in the Long Jump in 23'03.50" Hunter Furr, Mount Tabor, 4th in the 60m dash in 6.96 West Charlotte, 3rd place in the 4x200 relay, 1:29.67 NIN Prelims: Sunday: *Wayne Davis II, SE Raleigh, 7.83 in the 60mH to move to the semis *Sherice Walker, Cummings, qualified for the semis in the 60mH *Teaunna Cuthbertson, North Rowan, qualified for the semis of the 60mH *Danielle Davis, SE Raleigh, qualified for the semis of the 60mH *Dominique Weathers, Vance, moves onto the semis in the 60m *Nyosha Bryant, West Charlotte, qualifies for the semis in the 60m *Gabrielle Gray, High Point Central, qualified for the semis in the 60m *Torrance Hunt, Jordan, runs the fastest time in the prelims of the 60m, 6.70, US #3 *Daishawn Styron, New Bern, moves to semis of the 60m dash Saturday: *Lamont Jackson, RJ Reynolds, ran 49.54 to qualify for the finals of the 400m dash *Lamont Jackson ran 21.95 to qualify for the 200m finals *Fuquwan Greene, New Bern, ran 21.99 and qualified for the finals of the 200m NSIC Prelims: Saturday: *Justin Crawford, Ashbrook, fastest headed to finals in 60mH, 7.84 *Hunter Furr, Mount Tabor, qualifed for the 60m finals in 6.94 *Cory Wilkerson qualified for the 60m finals in 6.99 *Stormy Kendrick, Forestview, wins semi #1 and qualifies for the finals of the 60m *Brittany Carroll, Harding, nabbed the 8th spot and heads to the finals of the 60mH *West Charlotte boys qualify for the 4x200 finals in 1:29.75 *Cory Wilkerson qualified for the finals of the 200m, 22.10 *Varonica Johnson, Myers Park, ran 24.66 to qualify for the 200m finals *Stormy Kendrick, Forestview, ran 25.02 to qualify for the 200m finals *Sanura Eley-O'Reilly, Jack Britt, qualified for the 400m finals in 56.65 *Mimi Morlu, Providence Day, ran 56.71 to qualify for the 400m finals *Xavier Jones ran 52.36 to qualify for the 7th/8th grade 400m finals, qualified 2nd Friday: *Justin Crawford of Ashbrook qualifies #1 in te 60mH at NSIC *5 boys qualify for 60m semis, led by Hunter Furr of Mount Tabor in 6.96(4th) *5 girls qualify for 60m semis, led by Stormy Kendrick of Forestview in 7.64(3rd) *2 girls qualify for the 60mH semis, led by Brittany Carroll of Harding in 8.99(13th) *West Charlotte boys qualified 5th in the 4x400 in 3:21.91
Fordham Prep- NSIC 4x55 Shuttle Hurdle Champion- 29:15- New National HS Record
Watch the National Scholastic Indoor Championships this weekend courtesy of MileSplit US and affiliate ArmoryTrack.com at the following link: https://ny.milesplit.com/meets/40908/live Webcast Times: Friday, March 13th - 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM EDT Saturday, March 14th - 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM EDT Sunday, March 15th - 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM EDT
Andrews 1:49.21!! NATIONAL RECORD Adds the 800 to 1000 NR UVA bound Andrews becomes first prep to break 1:50 Splits (Unofficial) 27.8 28.3 26.6 26.4 Sadiki White gets 3rd overall 1:52.70 Washington Twp. scores 2nd win with victory in 4x800 (7:51.43). Fraction pulls it out again! Chelsea Ley doubles back to take 2 Mile in 10:33.57 (Photo Credits: Robby Andrews @ top right: ArmoryTrack All Others: MaroonNews) Click on Headline to View More Jersey Highlights
Jermaine Brown trotted across the finish line after easing down the home stretch while peaking at the clock. It was a smooth run, an easy run. Then the time popped up – 21.26 seconds, a New York State record while running the top qualifying top in the 200-meter semifinals.
New Jersey Athletes Head to NYC and Boston for Season Ending Competiton. Many of the Gardan State's Indooor Warriors will lace 'em up one last time this weekend at either the National Scholastic Indoor Championionships at the Armory T & F Center or the Nike Indoor Nationals in the Reggie Lewis Center. Both meets offer interesting matchups involving teams and individuals many events. We will run down the Jersey entries and more as preview to these "national championsip" meets. What: National Scholatic Indoor Championships (NSIC) When: March 13-15 Where: The Armory Track & Field Center NY, NY- Directions Meet Schedule Entry Lists - All New Jersey Entries by Event ________________________________________________________ What: Nike Indoor Nationals (NIN) When: March 13-15 Where: The Reggie Lewis Center. Boston MA - Directions Meet Schedule Entry Lists
Robby Andrews Post-Race Interview with Dad/Coach
Robby Andrews: NSIC 800m Champion: 1:49.21
Nick Vena: NSIC Shot Put Champion: 70-05.00
Welcome to episode eleven of our weekly webcast, Jack on Track presented by Super Runners Shop. Here we bring you our very own Jack Pfeifer and Christopher Hunt discussing all things track and field every Wednesday at 3pm.
Swenson: NSIC Shuttle Hurdle Relay Champion: 4x60 SHR: 33.40
Solomon Haile- NSIC 5000M Champion: 14:22.88
Friday was a perfect day for Tynita Butts of T.C. Williams as she not only defended her NSIC title in the high jump from a year ago, but also added a long jump victory with two US #1 performances. Butts had a 5'10.50" clearance in the high jump and 20'1.25" leap in the long jump to break her own state record in the event. Friday event highlights so far by the other Virginians competing at the National Scholastic Indoor Championships held in the New York Armory... Girls DMR - The Lake Braddock girls put together an impressive relay run in the distance medley relay with their national runner-up finish of 12:01.84. The team of Kelly Hagan, Becca Sinickho, Casey Lardner, and Liana Epstein broke the Virginia high school girls indoor state record in the event with their performance. The previous state record was held by the 1998 Thomas Jefferson squad at 12:02.48. Splits to come. Boys 5K - Clarke County junior Chris York ran a considerable PR to earn All-American honors with his 6th place effort of 15:31.54. York, who has earned numerous All-State honors in track and cross country while at Clarke County, had a previous 5K best of 15:57 from cross country. Also running under 16 minutes from Virginia was Lake Braddock senior Alex Clark in 14th place at a time of 15:52.49. Girls 5K - James Robinson's Stephanie Bray continues to excel with some of her best performances yet as a senior. Bray, who earned All-State honors indoor in the 3200 meter run with a season best time of 11:15 at the AAA State Meet, followed that performance up with a personal best 5000 meter run of 18:33.13 (previous best of 18:45 in XC) to place 12th in a field of 26 at the NY Armory. Boys SMR - Out of the slowest and first section of 6, the James Robinson boys won their section with a time of 3:35.39 and the time ended up holding up to place them sixth overall and earn All-American honors in the event. Robinson was anchored on the 800 meter leg by Jared Berman, a 4:18 miler. Girls 60m Prelims - Tanay Chandler will be advancing onto the semis as the Nansemond River senior and AAA 55 meter dash state runner-up won her heat in 7.71, which ranks her fifth fastest among all qualifiers. Boys 60H Prelims - Two Virginians made it onto the next round in the 60 meter hurdles with Northwest Region champ Reynaldo Radlin of North Stafford winning his heat in the sixth fastest clocking overall at 8.17. Radlin has a strong chance to make it onto the finals and a shot at aa top 6 All-American finish. Meanwhile, Group AA state 55 meter hurdles runner-up Dante Davis of Louisa County was one of the final qualifiers on time with a 8.31 clocking (15th overall). Girls Shot Put - AAA state shot put champion Jaleesa Williams of First Colonial was just off the mark from earning All-American honors with her throw of 42'8", which placed her 7th overall in the event. Girls Long Jump - Also placing high in the long jump along with event champion Tynita Butts were Henrico's Elaine Derricott (7th, 18'5") and Grassfield's Karimah Shepherd (8th, 18'1.75"). Both Derricott and Shepherd would have easily earned All-American honors if they had achieved a mark closer to their season bests.
Nick Vena (Morristown, NJ) tosses shot put 70-05, which is a National Soph. record, NJ states record, and Armory record. Jermaine Browne (Medgar Evers, NY) runs 21.24 in 200m trials, which was his 2nd NY state record of the day. Earlier he ran 6.79 in the 60m semis, also a NY State record.
James Taylor wins 200 national title in US #2 21.34 Nansemond River senior James Taylor was attempting to pull off the feat of winning two national titles at the National Scholastic Indoor Championships with the 400 and 200 meter dashes. In his first finals race on Sunday in the 400 meter dash, Taylor went out aggressively in the first 200 meters at 22.0, but was overtaken by Daundre Barnaby of Connecticut in the final 100 meters. Taylor in a rare defeat this season, still ran a personal best and US #6 time of 47.66 for runner-up. Taylor quickly bounced back from the defeat in the 200 meter dash to light up the field and flash a 21.34 US #2 time on the board at the Armory. (Photo by Mary Dibiase Blaich of WingedFootPhotos.com) Also winning a national title at the Amory this weekend from Virginia was Deep Run senior Matthew Armentrout, who has had his struggles since winning a state title as a sophomore, but easily made up for any missed opportunities at state championships since then by winning the national title in New York with a personal best clearance of 15'9". His clearance is an inch better than the previous state leader and AAA state champion Allen Kelly as well as ranks him among the top 10 in the nation this season. More to come from the Armory as fellow MileSplit US affiliate site ArmoryTrack.com has plenty of coverage posted already and more on the way including videos and pictures.
Olympic gold medalists Dan O’Brien, Joanna Hayes and Kevin Young will attend the 26th annual National Scholastic Indoor Championships on Saturday at the New Balance Track & Field Center at the Armory in Washington Heights, signing autographs and talking with fans. The three-day meet begins Friday.
Meet Comment: National Scholastic Indoor Championships 2009
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