Daven Murphree scraped the skies with a leap of 17-08.50. Aquinas 3:41, Nimitz 3:14 4x4's! (Photo by Angelle Albright)
The week and weekend after the Top Times championship is usually designated for the transition of indoor to outdoor season. It is a time for most teams to recover from a long winter of pounding the body, mind, and legs inside on tight indoor surfaces or rock hard school hallways.
Megan McCabe took over leadership of the state pole vault rankings on Thursday with a clearance of 12-6. Photo by Kelli Noto.
2013 86th Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays: Tickets Be one of the 50,000-plus fans that attend the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays each year! Tickets can be obtained at the Mike A. Myers Stadium Box Office during the event or can be purchased in advance beginning in February at TexasBoxOffice.com or by calling the UT Athletics Ticket Office at (800) 982-2386 or (512) 471-3333. Wednesday, March 27 No charge Thursday, March 28 No charge Friday, March 29 $15 reserved seating (lower east stadium) $10 general admission Saturday, March 30 $15 reserved seating (lower east stadium) $10 general admission All-Session Pass $30 reserved $20 general admission
Amarillo-area athletes made an impact at the four-day 86th Annual Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays in Austin by winning four individual titles. In the high school division, Canyon High senior Arin Rice won the 1600-meter run on Friday in 4.57.12. (via Amarillo Globe-News)
Rouse freshman Madie Boreman might need a large trophy case to store all the awards she’s going to earn in high school. (via www.statesman.com)
MATT WIXON (via www.dallasnews.com)
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