5A Girls 1600m Finals - L. Culbreath 4:53.16 Apr 29, 2018

London Culbreath, the sophomore phenom from McKinney North breaks the UIL 5A Region II Meet record with a time of 4:53.16 and earns a bid to the UIL 5A Texas Track & Field State Meet.  Carrie Fish from Frisco Liberty also earned a trip to Austin and the State meet with her 2nd place finish and time of 4:59.10.The previous record of 4:59.79 was set in 2013 by Natalie Rathjen of  Highland Park.

5A Girls 4x200m Relay Finals - 1:35.85 Apr 29, 2018

The Girls from Mansfield Lake Ridge break the 5A Region II meet record in the 4x200 with a time of 1:35.85 and earn a spot at the UIL 5A State Track & Field Meet.  The runner-up was Lancaster with a time of 1:38.02 and also earned a bid to State.The previous record of 1:37.16 was set in 2012 by Lancaster.

5A Girls 4x400 Relay Finals - 3:42.59 Apr 29, 2018

The McKinney North Girls break the 5A Region II meet record in the 4x400 with a time of 3:42.59 and punch their ticket for the UIL Texas Track & Field State Meet.  The previous meet record of 3:44.84 was set by Lancaster in 2005.  Lancaster was the runner-up in the 4x400 and also earned a bid to the 2018 State Meet.

5A Girls 400m Finals - Bailey Lear 53.35 Apr 29, 2018

Bailey Lear, a senior at Frisco Heritage and USC 2018 commit, breaks the 5A Region II Girls 400m record and earns a trip to the UIL Texas Track & Field State Meet with a blazing time of 53.35. The previous record of 53.69was set in 2012 by Okolo Courtney of Carrollton Smith.

5A Boys 4x200m Relay Finals - 1:24.40 Apr 29, 2018

The boys from Mansfield Legacy break the UIL 5A Region II record 4x200 Relay record with a time of 1:24.40...what!?! Yeah, that's right 1:24.40 and the fastest 5A 4x200 in Texas this year and 2nd fastest 4x200 in Texas (all divisions).  The runner-up team from Lancaster gave the fans a thrill as they pressed Mansfield Legacy to the finish line and finished with the 2nd fastest 4x200 time in Texas's 5A division a very fast 1:24.73!  That time also broke the previous meet record.Y'all want to see fast?  Sit back, turn up the volume and watch the two fastest 5A 4x200 teams in Texas battle it out. The previous meet record of 1:24.85 was set in 2015 by none other than Mansfield Legacy.