Prep Underclass Overachievers


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Re: High School Underclass Overachievers

Postby doug5321 » Sat May 04, 2013 11:33 am

aaronk wrote:
highjumpfan wrote:
gh wrote:
valleyrunner wrote:As we watch the Mary Cain developments I am thinking I am thinking its time to also consider that she is no longer eligible for HS records even by TFN.....


will not happen... the NCAA/HS analogy doesn''t work.


Interesting discussion. I remember back in I think it was 1990 or 1991, Maria Mutola moved to Oregon and enrolled in High School there. At the same time she was competing and initially her times were put on the HS leaders list and then removed as it was determined she was not representing her High School, merely attending.

I strongly support the inclusion of any high school age student who is attending school to be included in the record list regardless of where they are competing and who they are representing, and to that end I always found it odd that Mutola was left off the lists. Maybe now that Cain is shattering records, it's time to reinstate the results of Mutola!


Didn't know/had forgotten that bit about Mutola.
Interesting!
As for Cain and other HS'ers who compete "unattached", sometimes they HAVE to!!
Home schooled HS'ers.
Those whose school doesn't have a track team....or a track!!
And those who are too good for high school-level competition.

Cayla Hatton ran that 33:17 10K in a college meet....and a mixed race....and her mark is listed in HS Track.....with her HS name attached to it......even though she ran that race unattached!


also i believe the real high school boys 800 meter record is held by billy konchellah who was a student at mission viejo when he ran a time that is better than michael granvilles high school time. i heard konchellah tried to be on the team and did most of the runs with the high school, but konchellah wanted to run with edwin moses and henry rono a couple of times a week, but the coach said, he has to do all his workouts with the team to be on the team.
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Re: High School Underclass Overachievers

Postby dj » Sat May 04, 2013 1:05 pm

JayIsMe wrote:I think Vashti Cunningham's 6' 1/4" HJ meets the criteria. From the one picture I saw of her with her brother at Arcadia, she looks every bit the HS freshman. A couple of quick questions, if anybody knows the answers-

1) Have the high school lists ever had a brother and sister with nation-leading marks in the same event?


1979 LJ, Carl Lewis 26-8 HSR, Carol Lewis 20-10 3/4 (3, x a-t HS)
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Re: High School Underclass Overachievers

Postby Dutra5 » Sat May 04, 2013 1:22 pm

doug5321 wrote:
also i believe the real high school boys 800 meter record is held by billy konchellah who was a student at mission viejo when he ran a time that is better than michael granvilles high school time. i heard konchellah tried to be on the team and did most of the runs with the high school, but konchellah wanted to run with edwin moses and henry rono a couple of times a week, but the coach said, he has to do all his workouts with the team to be on the team.


Not sure Konchellah ran under the current record while in HS. Konchellah actually being in HS is also tough to narrow down. He started out in Iowa and ended up at Mission Viejo in CA. It was his club coach who prevented him from running with the MV team.

As to the rest of the discussion about eligibility....isn't this dependent upon who's actually compiling and approving the records? Who is the official HS record compiler? They can make the rules whatever they wish.
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Re: High School Underclass Overachievers

Postby berkeley » Sat May 04, 2013 1:25 pm

doug5321 wrote:I strongly support the inclusion of any high school age student who is attending school to be included in the record list regardless of where they are competing and who they are representing, and to that end I always found it odd that Mutola was left off the lists.
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also i believe the real high school boys 800 meter record is held by billy konchellah who was a student at mission viejo when he ran a time that is better than michael granvilles high school time. i heard konchellah tried to be on the team and did most of the runs with the high school, but konchellah wanted to run with edwin moses and henry rono a couple of times a week, but the coach said, he has to do all his workouts with the team to be on the team.

Couldn't agree more. High school sports are far too bound up by silly rules. How could a coach not support the opportunity of an athlete of Konchellah's caliber to train in world class company a couple of times a week ? Sounds to me like an effort to avoid sharing any credit for the athlete's success ...
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Re: High School Underclass Overachievers

Postby unclezadok » Sat May 04, 2013 1:38 pm

doug5321 wrote:with the cunningham brother and sister combination 13feet 3 and 1/4 is the cumulative height a record for a brother sister? what is the best brother-sister high jump combo ever?

thank you


It's probably Sotomayor and whatever his sister jumped if he has a sister.
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Re: High School Underclass Overachievers

Postby Dutra5 » Sat May 04, 2013 2:43 pm

berkeley wrote:
doug5321 wrote:I strongly support the inclusion of any high school age student who is attending school to be included in the record list regardless of where they are competing and who they are representing, and to that end I always found it odd that Mutola was left off the lists.
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also i believe the real high school boys 800 meter record is held by billy konchellah who was a student at mission viejo when he ran a time that is better than michael granvilles high school time. i heard konchellah tried to be on the team and did most of the runs with the high school, but konchellah wanted to run with edwin moses and henry rono a couple of times a week, but the coach said, he has to do all his workouts with the team to be on the team.

Couldn't agree more. High school sports are far too bound up by silly rules. How could a coach not support the opportunity of an athlete of Konchellah's caliber to train in world class company a couple of times a week ? Sounds to me like an effort to avoid sharing any credit for the athlete's success ...


Sounds to me like a complete misinterpretation of the situation by some.

http://articles.latimes.com/1991-11-29/ ... igh-school

Gene Gurule, the track and field coach at Mission Viejo in 1980, says he tried to get Konchellah on the team.

"Yes, we did try," Gurule said. "At that particular time, he was running for Gordon Cooper, and I guess Gordon had his own plans about what he wanted to do for him.
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Re: High School Underclass Overachievers

Postby EPelle » Mon May 06, 2013 10:43 am

    1.56,64 .... 4.11,10 ..... 9.18,01 (Tamagno)
    1.57,2 ..... 4.17,01 ..... 9.24,12 (Ogden)
    1.56,84 .... 4.17,99 ..... 9.17,42 (Rocha)
Was just a matter of time. Tamagno drops his 1.59,92 PB to 1.56,64 last week, regaining the grade-9 lead over Rocha. Tamagno won the Century League Finals (4.14,27), recording his third sub-4.15 and fourth sub-4.20 on the season. His 4.14,27 leads all CIF SS Div 3 qualifiers. Rocha tripled at his conference, with Ogden and Tamagno both opting for the 1.600m/3.200m double.
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby aaronk » Sat May 11, 2013 11:37 am

In a girl's 4 X 800 relay, a team won in about 9:38. (Timed on my wristwatch!)
Not impressed?
This team's splits were very even....2:22, 2:26, 2:26, and 2:24 (approx, timed at hand-off by my watch).
Still not impressed?
Okay, then how about this??

The team, James Island (SC), running in the State Championship yesterday, consisted of....

two 7th graders (first 2 legs).....
two 9th graders (last 2 legs)!!

Video of whole day's events (80 minutes long) available for free on front page link.
The relay is the first event on the video.
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby gh » Sat May 11, 2013 2:24 pm

at the risk of being pedantic, allow me to observe that (as epelle realizes, but I don't think many picked up on it), if you look in the dictionary, "underclass" means a frosh or a soph. Juniors are not underclass, even though most people use underclass as a synonym for non-senior.
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby 26mi235 » Sat May 11, 2013 2:44 pm

Yes but the two-year separation is not 9 and 11 it is 9 and 7, so frosh and pre-pre-frosh, or am I missing something here?
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby Marlow » Sat May 11, 2013 2:54 pm

gh wrote:at the risk of being pedantic, allow me to observe that (as epelle realizes, but I don't think many picked up on it), if you look in the dictionary, "underclass" means a frosh or a soph. Juniors are not underclass, even though most people use underclass as a synonym for non-senior.

That's what it used to mean. The word is evolving, and if you go to vocabulary.com, you see it defined as "an undergraduate who is not yet a senior."

https://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/underclassman

Adapt or die . . . :twisted:
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby gh » Sat May 11, 2013 3:27 pm

stop being a smart ass or take a vacation
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby Marlow » Sat May 11, 2013 3:43 pm

gh wrote:stop being a smart ass or take a vacation

I strenuously doubt I can do the former, so I'll accept the latter and give you Mother's Day off tomorrow! :D
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby Conor Dary » Sat May 11, 2013 5:43 pm

Marlow wrote:
gh wrote:at the risk of being pedantic, allow me to observe that (as epelle realizes, but I don't think many picked up on it), if you look in the dictionary, "underclass" means a frosh or a soph. Juniors are not underclass, even though most people use underclass as a synonym for non-senior.

That's what it used to mean. The word is evolving, and if you go to vocabulary.com, you see it defined as "an undergraduate who is not yet a senior."

https://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/underclassman

Adapt or die . . . :twisted:


Yea, some dumb website. It's on the internet!

Or the OED which defines an underclass(men/women) as Frosh or soph.
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby EPelle » Sat May 11, 2013 8:42 pm

Rich Gonzalez reports that Tarriq Brock (Crespi) broke the grade-9 CA prep 100m record with a 10,57 (+2,0) at the CIF SS D3 championships.
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby EPelle » Sun May 12, 2013 2:42 am

Week-ending 12.5 update:
    1.56,64 .... 4.11,10 ..... 9.16,65 (Tamagno)
    1.57,2 ..... 4.17,01 ..... 9.18,85 (Ogden)
    1.56,84 .... 4.17,99 ..... 9.17,42 (Rocha)
Tamagno adds one more sub-4.20 to his ledger at CIF SS Div 3 prelims; doubled back and dropped his 3.200m PB from 9.18,01 to 9.16,65. Ogden is concentrating solely on the 3.200m and dropped his PB from 9.24,12 to 9.18,85. Rocha appears not to have participated in the CIF SS Div 1 prelims.

Caleb Webb (10/Big Bear) could be a Southern Section sleeper, having dropped five seconds from his PB in running his first sub-4.20 (4.18,53) at CIF SS Div 4. He doubled back with a 9.23,78 PB in his first 3.200m on the season (previous PB 9.57,68 last year in grade-9). Webb's 1.600m was only the third time he's been under 4.30, with his 9.23 only the second time he's been under 10.00.

Efraimson (10) ran her third lifetime sub-2.10 (2.09,74) up at the 4A GSHL District Championships, just missing her season's best of 2.09,63. She'd earlier run 4.50,24 to win the 1.600m.
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby EPelle » Sun May 12, 2013 7:44 am

Madie Boreman (9) set a TX class 4-A record in the 1.600m at the week-end, winning in 4.48,16. Dani Jones (10) ran 4.51,17 in leading six under 5.00 in the Division 1 race.
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby 26mi235 » Sun May 12, 2013 10:51 am

Not quite on the same level as these other guys, but with a recognizable name, especially in Wisconsin
Olin Hacker 2013 Outdoor Season - 10th Grade
1600 Meters 1 4:24.93a V F May 3 Spartan Invitational
3200 Meters 2 9:27.00a V F May 10 Monona Grove Boys Invi...
Placed 6th at State
[Father Tim NCAA XC champ, team XC championships, 3:35 1500 at end of college season, USATF XC Champ].
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby EPelle » Sat May 18, 2013 6:21 am

Catch some of those underclassmen in action (as well as their upper-class rivals) at the California CIF SS Championships tonight. Live stream here.
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby EPelle » Sat May 18, 2013 10:56 pm

Tamagno ran 4.13,05 (3rd-fastest grade-9 in CA history) at CIF Southern Section D3 in finishing in the runner-up spot; he also earned a trip to the Masters Meet with a 6th in the 3.200m. Ogden advanced to Masters with a 3rd in his 3.200m sectional race, with Webb improving his 3.200m to 9.20,41 (2nd place/D4).

Serra's Malik Roberson (10) won the boy's D4 100m final with a windy 10,46w (+3,5) and ran to 3rd to two teammates in the 200m (21,69/+1,2). Upland's Myles Valentine (10) raced to an impressive 10,48 (+1,1)/21,06 (+1,4) double victory in the D1 final after 10,37w (+2,7)/21,05 (+1,2) qualifiers last week.

Harvard Westlake's Courtney Corrin (9) won the girl's D3 long jump competition with a fantastic 20-9 (6.32m) (wind: ?). Margaux Jones (10) won the D1 final with a 20-2,75 (6.16m) (wind: ?).
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Re: High School Underclass Overachievers

Postby GoCard37 » Sat May 18, 2013 11:06 pm

gktrack wrote:A fine double by 9th grader Kaylin Whitney: 11.57 / 23.30 at FL 3A Region 2. Unfortunately, no wind indicators on the results sheet... current US#1 in 200m is 23.34 by Poly's A. Washington.

Saw her run in person and break Sanya Richards-Ross' National Age group records, last summer at USATF JO's. She is the real deal! A beautiful runner! Really smooth...almost Allyson Felix smooth.
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby 26mi235 » Sun May 19, 2013 10:31 am

The NY Times has an (overly?) long piece on "The Best Distance Runner for Her Age" (16), Alana Hadley (10). She is aiming to run 2:40, running 100+/week over seven weeks. She will likely not get the US age 16 best [Cathy O’Brien's Trials ninth place 2:34:24].
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby aaronk » Sun May 19, 2013 12:29 pm

26mi235 wrote:The NY Times has an (overly?) long piece on "The Best Distance Runner for Her Age" (16), Alana Hadley (10). She is aiming to run 2:40, running 100+/week over seven weeks. She will likely not get the US age 16 best [Cathy O’Brien's Trials ninth place 2:34:24].


I saw a tweet that said she had some problems during the race...sometime around the halfway mark....and "jogged" it in....final time was 2:58:22.

Another tweet has more details.
She was on 2:44 pace at halfway, but then tripped on a curb, hurt her hamstring, and "jogged it in, limping".
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby DrJay » Sun May 19, 2013 5:05 pm

Colorado State 4A 800 Friday:

1. Elise Cranny JR Niwot 2:08.50 (MR)
2. Katie Rainsberger FR Air Academy 2:08.98

Anyone know the frosh class record?
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby Marlow » Sun May 19, 2013 5:23 pm

DrJay wrote:2. Katie Rainsberger FR Air Academy 2:08.98
Anyone know the frosh class record?

How about 2:02.40 by Robin Campbell '74! :shock:
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby DrJay » Sun May 19, 2013 6:35 pm

Okayee...wow.
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby EPelle » Fri May 24, 2013 9:09 am

Efraimson, the WA state 4A cross champion, dropped her 800m down from 2.08,92 to 2.06,54 up in Tacoma, at the 4A District III-IV Championships six days back (18.5).

More noteworthy, however, was that she then went on to run a Washington (state) 4A record, Washington state grade-10 record, and state meet record of 4.39,25 (67,8 - 2.20,8 (73,0) - 3.33,7 (72,9) - 4.39,2 (65,4)) in the 1.600m last evening to defeat Alexis Fuller (4.51,37) (68,1 - 2.23,2 (75,1) - 3.39,4 (76.2) - 4.51,3 (71,9)), another grade-10 standout.

Efraimson is the Washington state grade-9 1.600m holder at 4.40,77, and this new 1.600m PB moves her up to 2nd all-time in the state of Washington, behind Brie Felnagle's 4.38,01 enroute to her 4.39,71y (2nd to Bowman's 4.36,95y) at the 2005 Nike Outdoor Nationals. Efraimson did nab Felnagle's 4A meet record (4.42,28).

Efraimson also anchored her non-qualifying 4x400m team.

Code: Select all
Girls 1600 Meter Run 4A
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     Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points
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 Section  1
   1 Alexa Efraimson           10 Camas                  4:39.25   10
   2 Alexis Fuller             10 Union                  4:51.37    8
   3 Chandler Olson            12 Woodinville            4:52.59    6
   4 Rose Christen             11 Central Kitsap         4:55.38    5
   5 Sofia Kane                11 Olympia                4:57.41    4
   6 Mikayla Pivec              9 Lynnwood               4:59.29    3
   7 Briegan Bester             9 Central Valley         5:01.99    2
   8 Olivia Mancl              12 Roosevelt              5:03.68    1
   9 Cayla Seligman            10 Issaquah               5:04.21
  10 Cassidy Brown             12 Auburn Riverside       5:06.40
  11 Betsy Arlt                10 Eastmont               5:07.43
  12 Daryl Phill               12 Bellarmine Prep        5:07.92
  13 Lyndee Dawson             12 Puyallup               5:08.14
  14 Camille Parsons           12 Camas                  5:09.67
  15 Hailey Kettel             11 Edmonds-Woodway        5:11.87
  16 Anisa Allaet              10 Joel Ferris            5:12.11
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby EPelle » Fri May 24, 2013 10:46 pm

Two grade-9 kids make it out of the always tough CIF Masters Meet in the 1.600m to qualify for the state prelims, with Amanda Gehrich (Tesoro) and Tamagno (Brea) both taking the fifth spot in their races, running 4.55,36 and 4.13,04, respectively. All 12 boys finalists finished between 4.12,45 and 4.14,71. That was Tamagno's fifth sub-4.15 of his first high school season. If he's got gas left in the tank, he might crack 4.10 in Fresno next week-end.

Valentine (Upland/10) continued his hot streak of sprinting, placing 2nd in the 100m in 10,22w (+2,1) and 3rd in the 200m in 21,15 (+2,0). That's 10,48w, 10,37w and 10,22w in his past three 100m sprints.

Webb drops a full 11 seconds from his 3.200m on fresh legs, running 9.09,41 with an 8th place finish in the boy's race. Recall, he was at 9.57,68 last season in grade-9.

Merritt won her first Masters Championship pole vault with a 13-3 (4.03m) mark, after placing 2nd in last year's meet.

Corrin (9) and Jones (10) jumped over 20 feet in the long jump after winning their respective divisional meets last week, with the ninth-grader Corrin at 20-5.25 (6.22m) besting Jones' 20-3.50 (6.18m).

Full Masters Results:
http://www.prepcaltrack.com/2013/05/24/ ... -chart-ss/
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby EPelle » Sat May 25, 2013 4:01 am

Central Section Finals (CA):

Knevelbaard (10) dropped his 1.600m down from 4.15,95 to 4.14,97.

Buchanan grade-9 long sprinter Hannah Waller won the girl's 400m in 54,42; she finished fourth in the 200m.

Joey Souza (10/Kingsburg) won the boy's long jump with a 23-8.25 (7.21m).

Grade-9 triple jumper Nashedah Mumin (Mission Oak) won her event with a 39-9.50 (12.12m).

Another grade-9 achiever, Rhesa Foster (Clovis North), won the long jump with a 19-10.50 (6.05m) effort, a mark which won the competition by over a foot.

http://www.prepcaltrack.com/2013/05/18/ ... asters-ce/
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby EPelle » Sun May 26, 2013 2:46 am

Efraimson runs the fastest 800m on the day at the Washington State Meet, clocking 2.08,17 in the 4A race. Amy-Eloise Neale won the 3A final in 2.08,61.

Efraimson concludes the regular prep season with two state titles and the following season bests:
58,34 (57,0r) | 2.06,54 | 4.19,54 | 4.39,25 | 9.31,18i | 10.15,82yi | 10.55,04
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby gktrack » Sat Jun 08, 2013 12:13 pm

They keep coming (not sure if this was mentioned previously)...
Soph. Zack Brehm (PA) 4:09.27 for the mile...
This was a race after PA champs, where he "won" the 1600, but was later disqualified.
http://pa.milesplit.com/meets/135146/results/252686
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby EPelle » Sat Jun 08, 2013 12:48 pm

Wouldn't have imagined that prior to this season MN would have equal to (or more) under-class prep depth than CA.
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby EPelle » Sat Jun 08, 2013 1:54 pm

As of 16.00 EST on 9-June, the prep underachieving boys mid distance types are as follows (with cut-off in parenthesis):

800m (1.53):

  • (10) 1.51,15 Javon Patterson (FL)
  • (10) 1.51,32 Miles Marshall (TX)
  • (10) 1.51,48 Eric Brown II (WI)
  • (10) 1.52,84 Philip Hall (NC)
  • (10) 1.52,84 Jeremiah Bias (CA)
1.500m (3.57):

  • (10) 3.54,13 Matthew Malton
  • (10) 3.56,91 Elijah Armstrong (ID)
1.600m (4.17):

  • (09) 4.09,38 Eli Krahn (MN)
  • (09) 4.09,43 Austin Tamagno (CA)
  • (10) 4.11,27 Grant Fisher (MI)
  • (10) 4.11,95 Kyle Mau (OH)
  • (10) 4.12,05 Joey Duerr (MN)
  • (10) 4.13,03 Philip Hall (NC)
  • (10) 4.13,33 John Dressel (WA)
  • (10) 4.14,30 Anderson, Tanner (WA)
  • (10) 4.14,95 Ben DeVenezia (NJ)
  • (10) 4.14,97 Kasey Knevelbaard (CA)
  • (10) 4.15,10 Ben Hill (MI)
  • (10) 4.15,35 Elijah Armstrong (ID)
  • (10) 4.15,35 Robby Keough (GA)
  • (10) 4.15,53 Stephen Mugeche (MO)
  • (10) 4.16,06 Matthew Novak (VA)
  • (10) 4.16,08 Conner Mantz (NJ)
  • (10) 4.16,99 Connor Olson (MN)
Mile (4.18):

  • (10) 4.09,27y Zach Brehm (PA)
  • (10) 4.11,09y Matthew Maton (OR)
  • (10) 4.11,73y Sam Ritz (PA)
  • (10) 4.17,11y Matthew Novak (VA)
  • (10) 4.17,36y Ethan Martin (PA)
  • (10) 4.17,45 Luke Gavigan
  • (10) 4.17,53 Kasey Knevelbaard (CA)
3.000m (8.40):

  • (10) 8.28,62 Matthew Maton (OR)
  • (10) 8.31,73 Conner Mantz (NJ)
  • (10) 8.34,58 Ethan Martin (PA)
  • (10) 8.34,77 Tanner Anderson (WA)
  • (10) 8.35,32 Zack Snider (IN)
  • (10) 8.35,86 Elijah Armstrong (ID)
3.200m (9.10):

  • (09) 8.58,67 Eli Krahn (MN)
  • (10) 8.59,03 Joey Duerr (MN)
  • (10) 9.01,79 Tanner Anderson (WA)
  • (10) 9.02,36 John Dressel (WA)
  • (10) 9.04,05 Conner Mantz (UT)
  • (10) 9.04,33 Grant Fisher (MI)
  • (10) 9.05,40 Jesse Reiser (IL)
  • (10) 9.06,05 Zack Snider (IN)
  • (10) 9.06,89 Ben Hill (MI)
  • (10) 9.07,42 Patrick Mcdermott (WA)
  • (10) 9.07,89 Stephen Mugeche (MO)
  • (10) 9.08,27 Conor Olson
  • (10) 9.09,27 Tristan Peloquin (WA)
  • (10) 9.09,41 Caleb Webb (CA)
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby gktrack » Sat Jun 08, 2013 2:22 pm

Epelle - don't forget Zach Brehm, #1 underclassman in 1600/mile, 4:09.27, right?
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby DCSIGMA » Sat Jun 08, 2013 2:39 pm

Brommell just ran 9.99 at the Great SW meet....Ariana Washington 11.18 at the same meet.
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby EPelle » Sat Jun 08, 2013 3:03 pm

gktrack, cheers for the info on Brehm. It's not populating on his dyestat page: http://parser.dyestat.com/search.jsp?athID=230385 , but I've added him atop the 1.600m.
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby gktrack » Sat Jun 08, 2013 3:06 pm

EPelle wrote:gktrack, cheers for the info on Brehm. It's not populating on his dyestat page: http://parser.dyestat.com/search.jsp?athID=230385 , but I've added him atop the 1.600m.

He's on milesplit - results below. I've had more luck with milesplit vs. dyestat the last year or so.
And it was for the full mile I believe, so you can add him to both your sections with a qualifier for the 1600 I guess. Enjoyed your full post.
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby gktrack » Sat Jun 08, 2013 3:09 pm

DCSIGMA wrote:Brommell just ran 9.99 at the Great SW meet....Ariana Washington 11.18 at the same meet.

Probably should post this on "Outdoor Outlook--High School" thread, but both noticeably wind-aided and both at altitude...
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby aaronk » Sat Jun 08, 2013 4:55 pm

Watching the PTF on Flotrack.
Just saw a great performance by a middle school girl named Sophie Cantine!!

Don't know if she's 7th or 8th grade....or 6th!!!!!......
but she broke the meet record for the middle school girl's 1500 with a time of 4:34.46.......well under 5:00 mile pace!!

And she ran practically the whole race by herself!!!
After a first lap of 67 (!!!!!), I thought she'd be dying....
but no, she kept going, hitting 800 in about 2:21.
She came by 1000 all alone in 3:01.

And she finished looking fresher than when she started!!!
No pain, no grimace, just walked away!!

Well, back to the PTF!!
Great meet!!
Lots to report!!

Alan Webb started the boys middle school mile!!
Reported that his wife, Laura, will be in the open SC tonight!!!
Shalane Flanagan is in attendance too!!
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Re: Prep Underclass Overachievers

Postby gktrack » Sun Jun 09, 2013 12:46 pm

gktrack wrote:Epelle - don't forget Zach Brehm, #1 underclassman in 1600/mile, 4:09.27, right?

EPelle - two more, both official miles... both on milesplit...
Soph Matthew Maton - 4:11.09 at Portland 6/8
Soph Sam Ritz - 4:11.73
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