Jasmine Montgomery set the state of Texas on notice with statement Thursday evening. The San Antonio Reagan sprinter ran an 11.16 at the Converse Judson Ron Faught Invitational.
The results haven't been posted yet and there is no wind indicator, but fast is fast and Montgomery exhibited how much fast she has.
"I felt prepared, I've been training a lot over this break," Montgomery said. The University of Oregon signee had a goal at the beginning of the season and she hasn't derailed from it one bit, "I really want to win state, so nothing has changed, I really want to win."
Later in the evening, the Reagan star doubled back to add the 200m win to her evening's work.
While the goal is to win state, getting to state is nothing new to Montgomery. She qualified individually to the UIL state meet in both her freshman (200m) and as a sophomore years (100m and 200m) only missing out junior season due to the pandemic shutdown.
Winning the state title would put her in elite company with some of Texas' best sprinters. Standing in her way . . . maybe not anything and anybody!