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Sunday December 10th, 2023

It is only December, but indoor track and field is already getting started.

The Fastrak Athletix High School Indoor Challenge will be the first roll out of the season in Houston, Texas this Sunday morning. Athletes from mostly Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas fill out the entries for this weekend's event and that includes some very skilled athletes.

Here are just some of many girls and boys we think could impressive this weekend.


Madisyn Jackson (Humble Summer Creek) 

The Oklahoma State commit will compete in the 60m, 200m, 400m events. She just missed qualifying for the UIL 6A state meet last year, but had personal bests of  24.29 and 54.70.

Sade' Gray (Scotlandville) 

Gray competes for the Louisiana powerhouse Scotlandville program. The Baton Rouge native will run in the 60m and 200m this weekend.

Last year, she won LHSAA 5A outdoor state meet in the 100m and 200m (2 years in a row) state titles last year and has 11.72 and 23.73 personal bests.

Indoors, Gray won the LHSAA indoor 60m state title in 7.58 last year; she won this meet in the 200m last year.

Makeriah Harris (Scotlandville)

LSU commit Harris is one of the top track athletes in the 2024 class; she'll be competing in the 60H and the 200m and this weekend.

She was third at the LHSAA 5A outdoor state meet in the 100m (11.81) and had a 23.76 PR in the 200m. She was also the LHSAA state champ in 100H and 300H events and was second at the Texas Relays (13.18).

Harris won the LHSAA indoor state meet in the 60H in a 8.37 as well as the 400m in 55.71; ran 24.32 at New Balance Nationals Indoor in the 200m.

Nia Trammell Fort Worth Wyatt

Trammell had an excellent meet at the Nike Indoor Nationals last year. She ran 7.68 and 7.74 in the preliminary rounds and then 7.66 in the finals for third place.

Outdoors, Trammell went for personal best runs of 11.71 and 24.32 She is entered to compete in the 60m and 400m this weekend.

Nita Koom Dadzie (Kingwood)

Texas commit Dadzie has been one of Texas' top sprinters for the last two years. She was the UIL 6A 100m runner-up in 2022 and ran 11.29 (w) last year in the 100m and 23.60 in the 200m.

During the indoor season, Dadzie also ran 7.48 in the 60m and 24.22; she is entered in the 60m and 400m this weekend.

Avia Jones (Klein Forest)

Jones had personal best last year of 11:35 (w) and 24.27 and she had third place finishes at TTFCA Meet of Champions in both events. Jones ran 7.77 and 25.36 PRs last year.

Jayla Mason (Lake Charles College Prep)

Mason is another Louisiana prepster who had a great season in 2022/2023 and she is entered in the 200m and 400m this weekend.

Mason was third at the LHSAA 3A outdoor state meet in the 200m and was runner-up in the 400m; has a 55.30 personal best in the 400m.

Kayleigh Bowie (Richmond Foster)

Last outdoor season, the senior ran season bests of 24.97 in the 200m and and 55.58 in the 400m. Bowie was fourth at the TTFCA Meet of Champions and fifth at the Great Southwest Classic.

Elizabeth Brooks (Katy)

Brooks was great last year as a freshman; she ran ran a 56.03 in the 400m and 2:10 in 800m, making it to the UIL 6A state meet and finished eighth in the 800m.

She is entered in both events this weekend.

Lillian Harden (Cypress Bridgeland)

Iowa commit Harden is entered in the 60H and the 200m this weekend.

Harden was the UIL 6A state meet and Great Southwest Classic runner-up in the 100H last outdoor season. She has  35.42 and 13.74 (w) personal bests.

Cali Bryant (Houston Memorial)

The Houston Memorial junior is entered to compete in the long jump and high jump events.

She had season best marks of 5-8 and 18-2 last year and has 5-5.75 and 18-2.5 indoor bests last season.

Brianna Rivers (Humble Summer Creek)

Rivers is entered in the 60H, long jump, and high jump events.

Rivers' best event is the high jump as she qualified for the UIL 6A state meet in both of her first high school seasons. She has a 5-9 PR in the high jump and a 17-5 in the long jump.

Gia Kurp (The Woodlands)

Kurp is entered in the 800m event this weekend.

The Texas commit is coming off an excellent junior season. She ran a 2:11 PR and was seventh at the UIL 6A state meet. 


Justin Stewart (Hurst Bell)

Stewart is one "Bad Boy"! As a freshman last season, he ran eight 100m races and his slowest race was 10.83 with a 10.36 (w) best race. He placed sixth at the UIL 6A state meet, but that was the just the beginning of things.

Stewart went on to win the Adidas Outdoor Nationals in 10.57 and the USATF National Junior Olympic Championship in 10.64.

Broderick Davis (Scotlandville)

Davis is another ridiculously talented athlete who is scheduled to compete this weekend.

He is entered in the 60H and the long jump. Davis ran 13.96 at the LHSAA 5A state meet for 5th place and was the LJ champ. Davis also went 24-5.25 (w) for 2nd at NBNO; Indoors, he won the LHSAA state meet in the 60H in 7.84 and LJ 24-0.5 and added the triple jump title.

Kameron Williams (Fort Bend Marshall)

Williams was the anchor leg on Marshalls 39.80 and US No. 2 all-time 4x100 relay. He also ran PRs last year of 10.67 and 21.00.

He is entered in the 60m this weekend, but he won the 200m at the Carl Lewis Inv. last year in 21.97.

Devin Wilkerson (Fort Bend Marshall)

Wilkerson was the second leg on Marshall's outstanding US No. 2 all-time 4x100 relay. Individually, he was impressive as well in the 2023 outdoor season.

He ran personal bests of 10.44 and 21.29, but was hampered at the end of the season due to a hamstring strain.

Wilkerson is entered in the 60m this weekend.

Wazell Wright (Humble Atascocita)

Wright is entered in three events this weekend (60m, 200m, 400m). He has outdoor personal bests of 10.45, 21.43, and 49.82 and had competitive postseason in the 100m and 200m at the Great Southwest and Nike Outdoor Nationals.

Jaylon Owens (Clear Brook) 

Owens is entered in the 60m and 400m this weekend. He has PRs of 10.60 and 21.11 during the AAU season. He also ran outstanding 4x400 relay legs.

Jordan Parker (Humble Atascocita)

Parker got out ot a great start to the 2023 outdoor track season. He ran 47.85 in the 400m and 1:53.12 in the 800m.

He is entered in the 200m and 400m this weekend.

Landon Fontenot (Humble Atascocita)

Fontenot had a great 2023 outdoor season running 10.53 and 47.59 personal bests. The Iowa commit placed fifth at the UIL 6A state meet in the 400m.

He is entered in the 60m and 400m this weekend.

Jacorric Allen (Wharton)

Allen is scheduled to compete in his best event this weekend, the 400m.

He placed third in the event at the UIL 4A state meet and ended the season with a 47.43 personal best.

Iliya Dryaba (The Woodlands)

Dryaba is entered in the 400m this weekend; he won this event last year with a time of 48.49.

The Woodlands senior has personal bests of 21.61 outdoors in the 200m and 7.04 in the 60m and 21.67 indoors.

David Barrett (Shadow Creek)

Outdoors, Barrett ran mostly relay duties last year, but had a few individual indoor races including a 49.51 at the Arkansas High School Invitational. He has 11.08 and 21.88 personal bests.

Eli Jacobs (Cypress Springs) 

Jacobs is entered in the 800m this weekend; he already ran 2:00 with his run at the Coach Miami Presents The Virginia Beast last weekend.

Jacobs has a 1:55 outdoor PR from last year.

Jacoby Harmon (Cy Springs)

Harmon is a teammate of Jacobs and is just as fast. Like Jacobs, he is entered in the 800m this weekend.

He has a 1:54.08 outdoor personal best and will get his year started at Fastrak Athletix.