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MileSplit US Highlights from March 20-21 Weekend Brandon Miles Mar 21, 2009

The Texas Southern Relays was by far the best outdoor meet of the weekend with a total of five US #1 performances with Christina Holland in the girls 300 meter hurdles (42.54), Deandre Jones in the boys long jump (24'7.50"), Nia Fluker in the girls 800 meter run (2:10.22), Taylor Rosser in the girls shot put (46'3"), and the Lancaster boys in the SMR (3:30.52). A collegiate meet showcased North Carolina's best high school athletes at the 49ers Classic with the New Bern boys taking no break from their indoor season with three three relay titles last weekend at Nike Indoor with a US #1 performances from Anthony Hendrix in the boys 400 meter dash (47.03) and US top 5 performance from Fuquwan Green in the 200 meter dash. The same meet also saw a US #1 time in the 5K by Alex Gellman of Myers Park in the 5000 meter run at 17:37. At a high school meet in North Carolina, Butler's Aslynn Halvorson launched a US #2 mark of 155'8". The distance relays were rolling out some fast times in California as the Dana Hills boys ran two US leading times at the California Relays with a 10:11 DMR on Friday and 7:45 4x800 on Saturday. The La Reina girls also ran a US #1 time in the DMR at the Camarillo Classic. Anna Jelmini had a meet of big throws at the Atascadero Memorial Mark with US #1 marks in the shot put (50'3") and  discus (166'2.50"). Most states are lucky to have a 7 foot high jumper once a year, but California had two over the height in the same meet with Harrison Steed and Jules Sharpe both clearing 7'0" at the San Clemente Trio Invite. Further up the West Coast at the Oregon Preview meet, one of the nation's best returning half milers in Elijah Greer stepped up to 1500 meters against collegiate competition to turn in a sub 4:10 converted mile performance of 3:50.70. Nation best marks in the field events were recorded in Colorado with Mason Finley throwing for a US best of 207'0" in the discus to go along with a US #2 shot put mark of 66'8" in the same meet. More... MileSplit US National Outdoor T&F Rankings: Boys - Girls

Weekend Highlights: Mason Finley (CO) U.S.#3 All-Time DT of 222-01; Price (PA) 2:03.20 800m in NY Scott Bush May 12, 2008

State championships, state qualifying spots and conference titles are up for grabs in most areas of the nation this weekend. With such big stakes on the line one can expect some amazing performances. Keep checking back as MileSplit gives you the top highlights and results of this weekend. (Photo above: Ricky Robertson (MS) soars over 7-02 in HJ, by James Matthews) **Mason Finley (CO jr. class record & U.S.#3 all-time in discus with 222-01 toss! Results **Victoria Jordan (TX) U.S. #4 all-time 100m in 11.16 at UIL Champs. UIL Results **Christian Taylor (GA) 52-06.50 TJ, 25-06 LJ, 46.50 400m, GA State Results Top Weekend Highlights - Boys - Will Claye (AZ) U.S.#2 triple jump of 52-04.75 at state - Tavaris Tate (MS), only a jr., runs U.S.#1 46.41 for 400m - William Wynne (GA) 13.52 110mH, 36.28 300mH in GA - Marquise Goodwin (TX) leaps 26-01.50 LJ at UIL, U.S.#1 - Colby Lowe (TX) 8:53.32 3200m, 4:06.87 1600m in TX - Jordan Clarke (AK) U.S.#1 shot put of 67-10.75 in Alaska - Joseph Franklin (FL) U.S. #1 800m, running a 1:48.97 Top Weekend Highlights - Girls - Chanelle Price (PA) betters U.S.#1 800m time with 2:03.20 - Donique Flemings (TX) 40.96 300mH UIL win, U.S.#11 A-T - Whitney Rose (TX) leaps 41-10.75 TJ at UIL, U.S.#3 - Neely Spence (PA) runs 4:44.38 1600m in PA, U.S.#5 - Barrington (IL) runs 9:03.10 4x800m relay at IL sectionals - Laura Roesler (ND) 2:05.68 in 800m at Fargo Inv., U.S.#2 - Elizabeth Stover (CO) vaults 13-04 in CO, ties U.S.#4 - Lancaster (TX) wins 4x4 relay in 3:40.41 at UIL Champs. - Dominique Duncan (TX) 23.52 200m, 11.37 100m in TX

Lake Highlands\' depth yields 5A title Alex Aldaco Mar 26, 2006

Lake Highlands boys track coach Al Troyer called his wife Saturday evening and told her the good news. Troyer\'s deep and talented squad had just won the Class 5A team title at the 42nd Jesuit-Sheaner Relays at Jesuit\'s Haggar Stadium. It was Lake Highlands\' third win in four meets this season, and it finished second in the other.