W2W4 At The Summer Creek Generations Park T&F Invitational

Today, the Generations Park T&F Invitational will be the meet you do not want to miss and you don't have to. You can watch it LIVE on TX.MileSplit.com.

The last two UIL 6A schools to win the boys team title are present with Klein Forest and Summer Creek and last year's UIL 5A girls and boys team champions Fort Bend Marshall will ensure the meet is entertaining.

The back-to-back defending UIL 6A state champions, Summer Creek will play host in their annual track meet in what could be the fastest meet of the year so far and the fastest until the state championships

Read below to see the events and athletes you don't want to miss.


Fort Bend Ridge Point has some fast relays and it's because they have some legitimate sprinters. Two of them will be racing it out in the 100m. Cayden Broadnax and Mason Dossett have been a part of the team's success over the last two years including their hot start to the 2023 season. Broadnax is TX No. 2 in the 100m (wind legal rankings) with his 10.55 and will race his teammate Dossett, who is a top notch hurdler with some impressive leg speed.

The girls 100m has Sydney Bryant (Shadow Creek) who enters with as TX No. 2 (wind legal) with her 11.99 into a negative headwind. Jordyn Price (Conroe Grand Oaks) has a 11.75 (NWI) run in the record books of this season, so it should definitely be a showdown between the two.

In the 200m, there is more state leader type speed going to be on display. The reigning defending UIL 6A 200m state champion Jelani Watkins (Klein Forest) is the headlining favorite. He has a 21.38 (NWI) on record this year outside and a 20.94 from the indoor season.

There will be no Broadnax, Devin Wilkerson, David Barrett, or Kameron Williams to challenge Watkins, but Ashton Bethel-Roman will line up. Roman ran 21.65 at the Fort Bend ISD Invitational and will have a good chance to climb the state rankings today.

Price will pull double duty with her 200m entry. She ran 24.60 last week at the Grand Oaks Grizzly Senior Day Relays and has the fastest seed time for today. Nia Parks (Shadow Creek) has a 25.15 this outdoor season, but ran 24.94 indoors and should challenge for the meet win.

The boys 400m has five boys who have already run sub 50.0. The top seed is Lawson Jacobs who just arrived to Klein Forest, but he is already having quite the impact. He ran 48.67 at the Sam Mosley Relays and is a big part of the 4x400 relay. Add Joshua Sims-Waddy (Fort Bend Hightower) who has a 49.78 this year and his teammate Jaedyn Ferguson who has a 49.84 from last weekend. Antoine Thomas (Fort Bend Ridge Point) and Mason Roseboro (Fort Bend Marshall) also check in under the 50.0 bar.

The Shadow Creek girls were strong in the 400m and the 4x400 relay last year and their intent to have another strong impact on the state level is apparent. Mackenzie Collins and Madyson Thurmond enter with substantial times under 59 with their 56.41 and 57.10 seed times.


This year, the boys 800m event is following the girls trend and taking flight. There are 44 boys in Texas who have run under 1:57 outdoors this year and three of them are competing today. 

James Christian (Manvel) is the real deal. He has a 1:54.39 performance on the season and his Maverick teammate Bruce Prince is another one big time runner his 1:56.68 seasons best. Terrence Morris (Klein Forest) is another half-miler in the field not to play with. He has a 1:56.68 best this season and with this field he could easily lower that mark. Jaden Garner (Fort Bend Ridge Point) and Tristan Page (Shadow Creek) also have seed times under 2:00.

The girls 1,600m has one of the state's top young runners entered. Staucie Lees (Conroe Grand Oaks) is having a great season and has already run 5:04.26 this year.


The boys hurdle events will perhaps be the best individual contest of the entire meet. Three boys have sub 14.0 times from this season alone and two of them have state meet medals in the events from last season.

Arveyon Davis (Fort Bend Marshall), Donovan Bradley (Humble Summer Creek), and Mason Dossett (Fort Bend Ridge Point) are ranked TX No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3. Davis has a 13.47 (NWI), Bradley has a 13.52 (NWI), and Dossett has a 13.64 (NWI) and they are all facing off in the 110 meter hurdles.

In the 300 meter hurdles, Bradley has the top rank in the state with his 37.12 with Davis No. 4 at 37.78. Summer Creek's Victor Kanu will help add to the intrigue in the 300 meter hurdles as he has a 38.30 best this season.

Charnay Derrick (Klein Forest) has the top girls seed with her 44.49 and could get a challenge from Hanalee Banks (Conroe Grand Oaks) and Brianna Brinkley (Fort Bend Marshall).


It's March 8th and we have a meet with three teams who have already run 40.x in the 4x100 relay. Things could get extremely fast with the state's No. 1, No.2, and No.3 ranked sprint relays running.

Fort Bend Marshall enters with a 40.46, Klein Forest has runs of 40.63, and Fort Bend Ridge Point has a 40.71 already this season. Don't miss this race to see how fast things could get.

In the 4x200 relay, Marshall and Ridge Point both have times of 1:26.16 entering as they're tied for No. 2 in the state. Klein Forest has a 1:27.51 best this year, but they returned three of four runners from last year's UIL 6A state championship team where they ran 1:23.37.

In the 4x400 relay, It will be the usual suspects with Marshall, Klein Forest, and Ridge Point, but add Hightower in the mix and we could get a new TX No. 1 time. Klein Forest enters the meet ranked No. 3 at 3:15.89, Marshall is No. 4 at 3:16.40, Hightower is No. 6 at 3:17.39, and Ridge Point is No. 7 at 3:18.16.

This should end the meet with a bang!

The girls relays are also stacked. 

Klein Forest is ranked No. 1 in Texas with their 46.10 when the overtook Shadow Creek just days after they ran the previous top time of 46.24. Not only do we have the top two ranked relays, we will also see No. 9 Summer Creek throw down. They are also sub 47 this year and Marshall checks in with a 47.29.

In the 4x200 relay event, we have three TX Top 10 teams. Shadow Creek is ranked No. 2 with a 1:38.17, Klein Forest is No. 3 at 1:38.58, and Marshall is No. 8 at 1:40.

The 4x400 is no different than the other two relays as we have four top 20 ranked teams to end the meet. Shadow Creek is No. 2 at 3:47.68, Summer Creek is No. 4 at 3:49.74, Klein Forest is No. 16 at 3:56.19, and Marshall is No. 19 at 3:57.35.

Field Events

The girls high jump might be the second best individual event of the entire meet. Two UIL 6A state meet competitors will go head-to-head with Jaela Auguste (Conroe Grand Oaks) and Brianna Rivers (Summer Creek). Auguste was last year's runner-up and Rivers finished eighth.

Both girls have SB jumps of 5-6 and with things expected to be the warmest meet in the area this year, things could get higher today.

The girls long jump will be another top field event to keep an eye on. Genesis Griffin (Fort Bend Marshall) has already jumped 19-3. The UIL 5A third place finisher last year will have a test coming from Conroe Grand Oaks senior Anaya Webster. Webster has a 19-1.75 PR outdoors from the Sam Mosley Relays. She went 19-7 indoors, so they could hit some undisturbed sand in the back of the pit.

At the pole vault, Sophia Kowalski (Conroe Grand Oaks) has been consistent this outdoor season at 12-6 for three consecutive meets. We will see if she can go higher today.

Parker Brannon (Fort Bend Ridge Point) is having a great year. He has been over 15 feet during the indoor season and outdoors has now cleared the highest bars he ever has outside. He went 15-6 at the William D Sirmon Invitational and a week later went 15-10 for a PR at the Fort Bend ISD Invitaional. He is ranked No. 6 in Texas; there were big winds in Humble yesterday, if he gets a nice tailwind today, he could clear the 16-0 bar.

Last, but not least is the boys discus event; it is my sleeper event of the meet. There are four boys who have thrown over 160 this year. including a nice 173 footer coming into today.

Theo Randle (Shadow Creek) is he 173-3 guy and No. 7 thrower in the state. He threw that against two of Texas' top guys in Mitchell Blakeslee and Andrew Huff. This weekend will be a little more relaxed which could see him really toss some more good ones.

Summer Creek has a strong duo with Kyron Duhon and Jeyden Coleman who are both top 20 throwers. Duhon has a 170-4 SB and Coleman is just under 170 at 169-1.

Anthony Chatman (Fort Bend Marshall) checks in over 160 with a 161-7 SB toss and could realy get in the mix in this competition and get some far throws.