Mason Dossett Won Texas Relays 110H, 13.27 US No.7 All-Time

Fort Bend Ridge Point hurdler Mason Dossett continues to get better year-by-year and race-by-race.

Dating back to his freshman season, the talent level was evident and it was clear that he would grow into something special.

Well, this weekend, the Baylor signee ran something special.

His finishing time of 13.27 in the Division II 110-meter hurdle final at the Texas Relays not only earned him the win and continued an undefeated season in the event, but it was a meet record and the seventh fastest wind legal time ever.

96th Annual Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays DII Boys 110 H

It capped off a win over several of the best hurdlers nationally, and positioned Dossett atop the Texas boys hurdle summit.

The Ridge Point hurdler not only owns the US No. 7 all-time ranking, but he now the No. 1 Texan of all-time.

The wind-legal (1.7 meters per second) 13.27 run is an improvement over the 13.32 previously held by Eric Edwards (Houston Langham Creek - 2017) and Alex Chukwukelu (North Forney - 2023.

Malik White (San Antonio Taft) was runner-up with this weekend with an impressive time of 13.71.

The two Texans led the charge over fellow experienced and nationally recognized hurdlers Broderick Davis (Scotlandville, LA) - 13.74, Sloan Jones (Fayetteville, AR) - 14.05, and Jeremiah Boudreaux (Airline, LA) - 14.05.

Dossett will begin his final charge towards a UIL 6A state championship. With District Championships coming up across the state, he'll have just a couple of weeks to perfect his craft for that opportunity.

He qualified for the state championship last season, but placed seventh. With his best hurdling remaining ahead, Dossett will be a championship favorite.