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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby aaronk » Sat Apr 20, 2013 2:18 pm

At Mt SAC...Ivan Gonzalez beat both Bernie Montoya and Ben Saarel in the 800....1:52.27 to 1:52.40 and 1:52.64..
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby t_monk » Sat Apr 20, 2013 2:49 pm

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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby Blues » Sat Apr 20, 2013 3:41 pm

26mi235 wrote:Well, two seconds slower than a 7th grader ran last year... but still pretty good (especially with a seed time of 2:13).

Girls 800 Meter Run High School
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Relays: R 2:09.44 2012 Daesha Rogers
Name Year School Seed Finals H#
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1 Daesha Rogers 8 American Her 2:13.29 2:11.69 1
2 Emily Edwards Ft. Myers High S 2:15.00 2:12.68 1
3 Danielle Avery 12 Naples 2:15.03 2:12.84 1
4 Rachelle Alexander 12 American Her 2:16.23 2:14.20 1
5 Madison Harris 11 Wakulla 2:14.00 2:16.28 1
6 Alon Lewis 10 St. Thomas A 2:17.20 2:16.92 1


I'll grab the opportunity to give more props to young Ms. Rogers, in addition to props for her winning the above race..

When she ran the 2:09.44 in April last year she was still 12.... Several months later she PR'd again with a 2:07.65 at the AAU meet, shortly after finishing 7th grade. Of all the US high school athletes who were returning, only Mary Cain, Raevyn Rogers, Hannah Meier, and Emma Keenan ran a faster 800 than Daesha in 2012. It'll be interesting to keep an eye on her development.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby EPelle » Sun Apr 21, 2013 11:52 pm

CA grade-11 triple jumper Marisa Kwiatkowski (Wilcox) recorded a 40-8,5 (12,40m) (+1,2) at the CCS Top-8 Meet at Los Gatos, her first meet over 40-feet (previous best: 39-9/12,11m).

CA grade-9 runner Austin Tamagno (Brea-Olinda) pulls out a big PB at 1.600m at the Orange County Champs, running 4.11,10 for 2nd (previous best: 4.14,62)
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby aaronk » Mon Apr 22, 2013 12:31 am

EPelle wrote:CA grade-11 triple jumper Marisa Kwiatkowski (Wilcox) recorded a 40-8,5 (12,40m) (+1,2) at the CCS Top-8 Meet at Los Gatos, her first meet over 40-feet (previous best: 39-9/12,11m).

CA grade-9 runner Austin Tamagno (Brea-Olinda) pulls out a big PB at 1.600m at the Orange County Champs, running 4.11,10 for 2nd (previous best: 4.14,62)


Are you certain about Tamagno being a 9th grader??

If so....and if he could run the same kind of time for the full mile (NOT 1600!!)....he could break the frosh class record for the mile!!

In the 2013 HS Track book, the full mile record for HS frosh is listed as 4:15.07.
The 1600 best for 9th graders is listed as 4:09.69.
And if he were timed enroute (during the mile!) at 1500 meters, he could get BOTH class records, as the listed frosh class 1500 best is just 3:56.84.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby EPelle » Mon Apr 22, 2013 1:34 am

Yes, he is a first-year high school student. Race recap. He ran a 4.08 1.500m as a grade-8 kid last season.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby Master Po » Mon Apr 22, 2013 1:50 am

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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby aaronk » Mon Apr 22, 2013 5:06 am

Master Po wrote:Some more stats for Austin Tamagno (per Milesplit CA, and Dyestat):

http://ca.milesplit.com/athletes/3000110-austin-tamagno

http://parser.dyestat.com/search.jsp?at ... XUIlY7d7ww


Wow!
The first thought that came to mind while looking at his race results and PR's was........He COULD be Mary Cain, Boy's version!!
Second thought was......I told you so!!! ("You" being generic!! :) )
Why??

Look at his PR's
1:59.92
8:42 3K
9:18 two mile
15:34 5K (and even faster-paced 14:30 three mile!!)
AND......
4:11.10 for the 1600.

Cain has (so far!!!!) run 4:11.01 for 1500.
And because I think she has 4:05 potential this year, I've said she COULD run in the 8:40's for 3K and a sub 15:30 over 5K.
Oh yes, and remember that if Mary should run HER 800 in 1:59.92, she gets the HSR!!!

Well, la de dah, here comes Old Austin Tamagno, and HIS times come pretty damn close to what I said Mary Cain could do!!

Thank you, Mr Tamagno, for helping give substance to my ravings!!

And I will be VERY interested to see what he does the rest of this season!!
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby EPelle » Mon Apr 22, 2013 5:18 am

Mary Cain will not run 1.59 in high school -- if ever.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby aaronk » Mon Apr 22, 2013 5:32 am

EPelle wrote:Mary Cain will not run 1.59 in high school -- if ever.


Famous last words?? :D :wink:

I say....if not this year...then 2014!
She's a 1500/mile and 800 specialist (for now) with a blazing kick.....and the ability to run 1:31+ for her LAST 600 of a mile race....notwithstanding that she practically WALKED the first 1000 meters!!

But, as her race schedule (beyond the Drake 1500) is unknown at this point, we'll have to wait and see where her focus will be this season....and whether she'll run ANY 800's (this year).
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby unclezadok » Mon Apr 22, 2013 6:00 am

The only way Mary Cain will never run a 1:59 is if she never runs the race again. Her mile times and speed clearly indicate that she can break 2:00 right now.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby Marlow » Mon Apr 22, 2013 6:06 am

EPelle wrote:Mary Cain will not run 1.59 in high school -- if ever.

If ever??!! Her kick is for real, even after hard paces. Does that not show her ability to run fast while tired? That's the 800 in a nutshell. I could even see a negative split possibility: 60/59 . . . with more training of course. Not this year, but sooner than later.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby EPelle » Mon Apr 22, 2013 7:26 am

Cain reminds me of a possible Sonia O'Sullivan type -- good range (2.00,69|3.58,85|14.41,02), but no sub-2. Szabo ran exceptionally well over the mid-distances, but she didn't hit the 800m and record a sub-2. Rowbury's run a 4.00 at her best, but has she run sub-2?

To put it mildly, the talent's definitely there for Cain. However, it's dependent on what she concentrates on, and how durable she'll be. Will little high schooler Mary Cain still be little Mary Cain as she transforms into adult runner at some point?

Anyone remember 2.03/4.07 Ciara Mageean, runner up at previous World Youth and World Junior champs? What are her current PBs? Has she improved at 800m? There hasn't been much (any?) chatter here about Jessica Judd, whose 4.09,93 finished ahead of Cain in Barcelona. Judd's got a 2.00,96 PB and improved to 9.00,06 indoors this winter. Is she a shoe-in for sub-2 as well? There are similarities in both gals. Amela Terzić, who placed ahead of both gals with a 4.07 NR, hasn't run faster than 2.05.

This high school girl/boy comparison to Tamagno is pure fiction. Tamagno is running 1.600m nearly as fast as he ran 1.500m last year. Shall Cain improve to a 4.12 mile this year, too -- because of Tamagno's rate of improvement? Tamagno ran a 15.24 at Mt. Sac (D3 Sweepstakes). Is it imaginable that Cain would also record a 15.24 over that same difficult terrain when she could only manage an 18.45 over a challenging, hilly course this past autumn?
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby Marlow » Mon Apr 22, 2013 7:55 am

EPelle wrote:To put it mildly, the talent's definitely there for Cain. However, it's dependent on what she concentrates on, and how durable she'll be. Will little high schooler Mary Cain still be little Mary Cain as she transforms into adult runner at some point?

Perhaps the catalyst for her going sub-2 is that Salazar has taken a personal interest and has near AND long-term goals for her. One can not help but think that a sub-2 is on the agenda.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby ExRun » Mon Apr 22, 2013 8:17 am

EPelle wrote:Mary Cain will not run 1.59 in high school -- if ever.

I'd like to take the other side of that bet. She can run a 55.74 400M and a 4:28 Mile as a 16 year old, so the odds are in favor of her running sub 2:00 800M. Especially because she has nowhere near the muscle tone development of the women she is beating...so I think she has the potential for much faster times.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby EPelle » Mon Apr 22, 2013 9:48 am

It will be interesting, yes. I personally don't believe she's a candidate for sub-2 -- especially not in high school. Eventually, I believe the Salazar camp will shift her to an endurance-based training regime. She'll drop in some 800's for turn-over. Salazar has stated that the 800m is not in Cain's comfort zone. Yes, she can learn to run at a fast pace.

Based on times alone, Judd, older and stronger, appeared to be a prime sub-2 candidate last season. She managed 56,23|2.00,96|4.09,93 last season -- running a faster 8/15 than Cain (2.03,34|4.11,01). Judd's 3k has improved to a time faster than Cain's -- 9.00,06 to 9.02,10. Judd had a fabulous 2011, with 26,7|56,73|2.02,70|4.14,21|9.08,5|(15.38 3mi) bests. She improved to 2.00,96 (2.01,09|2.01,3) in 2012.

I don't believe Judd's got a sub-2.00 this season (despite three consecutive seasons under 60 seconds, the past two at 56-point). Ever? She's similar to strength as Cain.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby Marlow » Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:03 am

EPelle wrote:Salazar has stated that the 800m is not in Cain's comfort zone.

Salazar knows infinitely more about this than I do, but if a 16-year-old girl runs a 2:03 . . . yeah, the 800 is in her comfort zone.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby gktrack » Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:54 am

On the non-track side, I just hope Mary Cain is fully enjoying her teen years... I liked the way swimmer Missy Franklin handled hers before/during/after her Olympic glory, but as long as Mary is happy, that's all that matters. On that note, I was curious to see if she had a twitter account, etc... and on her twitter account I noticed she just recently posted "Drake Relays next week. Shooting for the A standard!"... even used one of aaronk's exclamation points.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby 26mi235 » Mon Apr 22, 2013 12:37 pm

ExRun wrote:
EPelle wrote:Mary Cain will not run 1.59 in high school -- if ever.

I'd like to take the other side of that bet. She can run a 55.74 400M and a 4:28 Mile as a 16 year old, so the odds are in favor of her running sub 2:00 800M. Especially because she has nowhere near the muscle tone development of the women she is beating...so I think she has the potential for much faster times.


What do you mean by 'muscle tone'? Do you mean the external visibility of the musculature? I am not sure that this is really muscle tone, if that is your reference. If you look at the US women's gymnastics team you will see a range of external muscularity from a set of Cain's peers even though the more muscular nature of the sport makes them more 'homogenous' than similarly equal runners (age-wise, level of sport for their age, although their position in the sport is well above where Cain is now as a result of the nature of women's gymnastics). I think that if you go to women's soccer you will see something similar even though, again, strength is more important than in middle distance/distance running.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby aaronk » Mon Apr 22, 2013 4:15 pm

gktrack wrote:On the non-track side, I just hope Mary Cain is fully enjoying her teen years... I liked the way swimmer Missy Franklin handled hers before/during/after her Olympic glory, but as long as Mary is happy, that's all that matters. On that note, I was curious to see if she had a twitter account, etc... and on her twitter account I noticed she just recently posted "Drake Relays next week. Shooting for the A standard!"... even used one of aaronk's exclamation points.


Go ahead!
Make my day!

Well, Ms Cain, you just did!!!

P.S. You can use all the exclamation points your heart pleases!!! :D

P.P.S. I TOLD YOU SO!! I TOLD YOU SO!! :wink:

P.P.P.S. And Ms Uceny, you better be ready to run better than you did in that recent 800 at Mt SAC....or you're gonna get your ass WHOMPED by a 16 (almost 17) year old 11th grader!! :shock:
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby gktrack » Mon Apr 22, 2013 4:40 pm

I think it's time for aaronk or gh to split this thread in two... into 'Outdoor Outlook--High School" and a separate thread for Mary Cain... something tells me it won't die down after Drake.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby aaronk » Mon Apr 22, 2013 5:03 pm

gktrack wrote:I think it's time for aaronk or gh to split this thread in two... into 'Outdoor Outlook--High School" and a separate thread for Mary Cain... something tells me it won't die down after Drake.


Actually, there IS a separate thread for Cain at Drake!!
Somehow, this thread morphed into ANOTHER Cain/Drake discussion!!

Look for the other one....scroll down and you'll find it.
Title is "Mary Cain vs the elites at Drake"{....or something like that.
I started it as soon as I found out she'd be running there.

P.S. I don't know HOW to split a thread.....otherwise, I'd do it myself.
Feel free to put all the Cain stuff onto that other thread.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby EPelle » Mon Apr 22, 2013 10:29 pm

aaronk wrote:Somehow, this thread morphed into ANOTHER Cain/Drake discussion!!

Well, la de dah, here comes Old Austin Tamagno, and HIS times come pretty damn close to what I said Mary Cain could do!!

Thank you, Mr Tamagno, for helping give substance to my ravings!!
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby gktrack » Sun May 12, 2013 11:04 am

Kendell Williams (GA HS) is a new prep leader in the 100H, going 13.29 in prelims, then 13.23 (1.1) in the finals. She was 1.25 inches short of the prep lead in the LJ with a 20-9.75 (-1.1) and won the HJ in 5-08.

Also, a unique triple by Ky Westbrook (AZ HS)... won the 100m in a new low-altitude prep leading 11.45 (0.0w?), a fine 23.39 (0.0w?) 200m, and won the SP with a heave of 45-2.25.
http://az.milesplit.com/meets/134121/results/250149
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby unclezadok » Sun May 12, 2013 11:43 am

gktrack wrote:Kendell Williams (GA HS) is a new prep leader in the 100H, going 13.29 in prelims, then 13.23 (1.1) in the finals. She was 1.25 inches short of the prep lead in the LJ with a 20-9.75 (-1.1) and won the HJ in 5-08.

Also, a unique triple by Ky Westbrook (AZ HS)... won the 100m in a new low-altitude prep leading 11.45 (0.0w?), a fine 23.39 (0.0w?) 200m, and won the SP with a heave of 45-2.25.
http://az.milesplit.com/meets/134121/results/250149


That got the attention of this multi-event fan.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby aaronk » Wed May 15, 2013 11:52 am

The Portland meet on June 8 will see 4 great high school girls competing.
In the 1500 are Elise Cranny (4:15.07) and Alexa Efraimson (4:19.54).
They'll be running against pro athletes.

In the 5000 will be Katie Knight.
And in the SC (or the 1500?) will be Amy Eloise-Neale.
Full entry lists not known yet.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby EPelle » Sat May 18, 2013 10:55 pm

California CIF Southern Section Finals:

Defending CA state champion Khalfani Muhammad of Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks, CA) sprinted to 10,33w (+3,1)/20,84 (+1,6) (and anchored a 41,27 4x1) at the California CIF SS Divisional meet yesterday. Adoree Jackson (Gardena, CA) long jumped 25-0 (7.62m) (wind: ?). Sarah Baxter won her division at 3.200m, running 10.24,69. Nick Ponzo, the great shot put find on the season, won his divion with a 65-9 (20.04m) heave. Jade Miller (Great Oak/12) follows up her 42,48 heat with a 41,15 300m hurdles victory in the D1 final. Long Beach Poly's Ariana Washington (11) sprinted to an 11,20w (+3,1) and followed that up with a 200m divisional title in 23,33 (+1,7).
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby gktrack » Sun May 19, 2013 1:06 am

thanks EPelle - nice double by Poly's A. Washington.
Also, here's wind info on your posts on LJ (both threads)
- Freshman C. Corrin with 3 of 4 jumps over 20 feet, going 20-09 (0.3)
- A. Jackson's wind was legal (+1.5) on his 25 footer, new outdoor HS #1
http://www.dyestatcal.com/gprofile.php?do=view_event&event_id=2537&mgroup_id=44789&year=2013
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby gktrack » Sun May 19, 2013 1:33 am

After his indoor 300m HS record, I've been hoping for great outdoor 400 from Michael Cherry. It seems like he hasn't run that much this outdoor season, but just ran a 46.64 a couple days ago in District's. I assume he has a meet or two left in the season?
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby EPelle » Sun May 19, 2013 1:39 am

Perfect, gktrack. Thanks for those wind readings. Cheers.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby gktrack » Sun May 19, 2013 9:42 am

A few other new prep leaders...
Poly's 4x1 goes 45.54
Randall Cunningham Jr. goes 7-03.25 in Nevada Champs (a junior in HS).
video: http://www.dyestat.com/gprofile.php?mgroup_id=44531&do=videos&video_id=88840
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby aaronk » Fri May 24, 2013 9:22 pm

Long Beach Poly girls 4X100R ran a nation-leading 44.94!
That's the fastest in the nation since 2005!!
And it's the 10th fastest performance of all time!!!

Also, Courtney Corrin LJ'ed 20-5.
Caitlin Merritt PV'ed 13-3, but had 3 good attempts at 14-0!!

This is at the CIF Masters meet in Cerritos CA, a qualifier for the state meet.
A video of the entire meet is on the front page!
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby aaronk » Fri May 24, 2013 10:06 pm

More from CIF Nasters:

Stamatia Scarvelis, a junior, put the shot 51-9 and 1/4, a HSL outdoors, and makes her 18th on the A-T list!!
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby gktrack » Fri May 24, 2013 10:16 pm

Great time by Poly's girls in the 4x1...

Along with here 4x1 leg, A. Washington's quadruple included a great 11.27 (2.2) in the girls 100 and a 23.18 (1.8) in the 200, and I believe she anchored Poly's 4x4 to a win in 3:47.01. State meet is next week.

Other notables:
- Jade Miller went 41.34 in the girls 300H
- Rachel McCoy goes 5-11 in the girls HJ
- Khalfani Muhammed with a fine double: 10.22 (2.1) and 20.73 (2.0)
- Adoree Jackson only took one jump in the boy's LJ, then passed, going 24-9
- Nick Ponzio doubles: SP: 65-1 and DT:186-5

Full results:
http://www.runnerspace.com/eprofile.php?event_id=2538&year=2013&do=info
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby aaronk » Fri May 24, 2013 10:24 pm

Ariana Washington---11.27 (2.2)!!!
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby EPelle » Fri May 24, 2013 10:47 pm

Nice running in the Washington State 3A girl's 1.600m, with Amy-Eloise Neale the first of three under 4.46,00:

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     Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points
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 Section  1
   1 Amy-Eloise Neale          12 Glacier Peak           4:44.88   10
   2 Megan Beauchene           11 Kamiakin               4:45.34    8
   3 Katie Knight              12 North Central          4:45.84    6
   4 Katie Bianchini           12 Glacier Peak           4:55.73    5
   5 Nicole Goecke             11 Prairie                4:55.78    4
   6 Lily Engelbrekt           12 Bishop Blanchet        4:57.26    3
   7 Haley Suarez              12 Meadowdale             5:05.24    2
   8 Lindsay Tompkins          12 Prairie                5:05.97    1
   9 Megan Chucka              12 Liberty-Issaquah       5:10.72
  10 Rebecca Delacruz-Gunders  11 Lakeside               5:11.18
  11 Katie Lynch               12 Peninsula              5:11.85
  12 Alexis Manns              10 Juanita                5:14.64
  13 Samantha Engebretsen       9 Enumclaw               5:17.79
  14 Hannah Calvert            12 Enumclaw               5:19.88
  15 Nikita Waghani            11 Interlake              5:19.90
  16 McKenzi Bravo             11 Peninsula              5:21.13
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby gktrack » Fri May 24, 2013 11:37 pm

Felecia Majors at VA Regionals... 6 wins and a second place over 2 days, with some qualifying rounds...
100 - 1st in 12.32, 200 - 1st in 25.47, 400 - 1st in 54.74
LJ - 1st at 18-03, PV - 1st at 12-06, TJ - 1st at 39-2.75, and HJ - 2nd at 5-03
- not sure if she ran on the 4x1 and/or 4x4 relays
http://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/highschools/felecia-majors-leads-south-county-to-title-at-final-northern-region-track-and-field-championship-westfield-boys-win/2013/05/24/15321fe8-c4b2-11e2-914f-a7aba60512a7_story.html
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby EPelle » Sat May 25, 2013 3:05 am

The aforementioned Eugene Hamilton III (Oakland Bishop O'Dowd), the CA state 800m leader (1.50,19 Arcadia win and =2 USA (Bernie Montoya)), doubled at NCS Bayshore last week in a leisurely 4.20,0/1.54,4. He has dropped the 800m and is now attempting to make it to the CA state meet in the 1.600m; he's run a 4.12,74y (4.11,28c), and won his heat at the North Coast Section Meet of Champions Friday afternoon.

Hamilton III ran 1.52,8 last season, but didn't make it out of the state prelims. He brings improved 23,98/49,26/1.21,70/1.50,19 credentials to the table for today's 1.600m final.
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby EPelle » Sun May 26, 2013 2:12 am

Hamilton III wins the NCS Meet of Champions to qualify for state.

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  1 Hamilton III, Eugene        12 Bishop O'Dowd         4:13.49     
  2 Hutchins, Clayton           12 Sir Francis Drake     4:13.50     
  3 Olson, Tyler                11 Livermore             4:15.38     
  4 Rodriguez, Louis            12 St. Joseph            4:16.40     
  5 Douglas, Ryan               12 Petaluma              4:17.84     
  6 Wang, Michael               11 Acalanes              4:20.59     
  7 Tamminga, Mark              12 Miramonte             4:20.77     
  8 Hanson, Tyler               12 Miramonte             4:22.29

James Logan's Jeffrey Prothro (12) wins the triple jump with a jump over 50 feet:

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    Name                      Year School                 Finals
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  1 Prothro, Jeffrey            12 James Logan          50-04.00     
  2 Moore, Nate                 11 Castro Valley        49-02.50     
  3 Wethington, Karsten         11 James Logan          47-05.00     
  4 Collier, Austin             12 St. Mary's           46-10.00     
  5 Webster, Nzuzi              11 Deer Valley          45-08.75     
  6 Webster, Nsimba             11 Deer Valley          45-08.50     
  7 Manley, Zuhuri              12 Clear Lake           45-06.25     
  8 Hicks, Pierre               12 Redwood              44-07.00


Amador Valley, with just two sprinters in open finals (400m and 300m hurdles), pulls off a great 4x4.

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    School                                                Finals
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  1 Amador Valley                                        3:15.15
  2 Hercules                                             3:16.59
  3 Maria Carrillo                                       3:17.59
  4 DeLaSalle                                            3:18.17
  5 San Leandro                                          3:20.63
  6 Campolindo                                           3:23.19
  7 Las Lomas                                            3:24.38
  8 Deer Valley                                          3:32.43
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Re: Outdoor Outlook--High School

Postby EPelle » Sun May 26, 2013 2:25 am

Central Coast Section:
Anna Maxwell (4.48,11 last year in grade-10) has a fantastic Central Coast Section 1.600m, running sub-4.43 to defeat 2012 CA State Champion Nikki Hiltz:

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Event 3  Girls 1600 Meter Run
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    Name                    Year School                  Finals
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  1 Anna Maxwell              11 S.L.V.                 4:42.57 
  2 Nikki Hiltz               12 Aptos                  4:44.93 
  3 Sarah Robinson            11 Gunn                   4:48.41 
  4 Clare Peabody             11 Aptos                  4:53.68 
  5 Danielle Katz             12 Los Gatos              4:55.03 
  6 Melissa Reed              11 Mountain View          5:02.11 
  7 Julia Lemak               09 Mitty                  5:04.02 
  8 Amy Lynch                 10 Mountain View          5:05.13 
  9 Claire MacMillan          11 S.L.V.                 5:06.08 
 10 Hannah Allen              10 Homestead              5:06.61 
 11 Maya Weigel               12 Mountain View          5:07.79 
 12 Cecily Johnson            10 Los Gatos              5:20.93 

Maxwell doubled back to win the 3.200m in 10.22,02.
Her season bests stand at: 57,09 | 2.09,34 | 4.42,57 | 4.47,01y | 10.10,51.

The boy's 1.600m had eight under 4.18. Jalen Wright (12/San Jose Bellarmine) hurdled 13,91 in the highs with a negative wind (-1.3). He also won the intermediates in 37,52.

Marisa Kwiatkowski (11/Wilcox) leaps 40 feet to win the girl's triple jump:

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Event 28  Girls Triple Jump
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    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Wind
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  1 Marisa Kwiatkowski        11 Wilcox                40-00.00   1.4
  2 Alicia Yee                11 Wilcox                37-04.25   1.9
  3 Alexa Kuechle             11 Leland                37-01.75   2.8
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