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Eligible to all high school students! Upload a 60 second video commentating on anything by May 22nd via the form below. Two winners will be picked by Brooks for an all-expenses paid trip to Seattle, where the student reporter will work with Flotrack and Milesplit to commentate the Brooks PR Invitational at the Renton Memorial Stadium.
Ryan Davis (Pine Forest) uncorked a big PR this past weekend, moving up to NC #1 this season and NC #23 all time.
The class of 2014 is busy signing National Letters of Intent to finalize college choices, and many have sent photos of this exciting ceremony.
Ama-Selina Tchume (Wakefield) has reasserted her claim to the title of best female sprinter, which is sure to be challenged as the season progresses.
Ryan Speer (North Raleigh Christian) led a North Carolina assault in the 800 at Taco Bell, just one of many big results this weekend.
T. C. Roberson's girls ran away with the 4x800, bringing home gold medals, a national top-10 ranking, and a meet record.
Beautiful weather, a scenic setting, strong competition, and top-notch organization: this meet is a great experience all around.
Parkland returns from California with a full slate of top-ranked performances (photo by Mary Ann Magnant).
Big rivals from the state's biggest school district create intensely competitive events, even for a meet that has no postseason implications.
A well-organized meet with great competition in one of the most scenic settings you will ever find for a high school stadium.
The Forsyth County meet always produces strong performances, even when talent is depleted by national competitions.
The centerpiece of the invitational season in Western North Carolina, this meet draws athletes from at least 5 states.
One of the biggest meets in the Carolinas always draws some of the top talent in the Old North State.
State title contenders like Polsgrove, Ginley, and Foreman compete alongsive hard-working athletes of all levels from WNC and beyond.
The meet has grown to become one of the biggest and most significant events on the spring schedule.
The Mitchell senior has benefited from the talent and inspiration of his teammates, but we haven't seen his best yet.
The top collegiate performances from last weekend, by former North Carolina high school athletes.
The Flo 100 presented by ASICS is a rankings list of the top high school outdoor track & field performances nationally according to results and performances entered in the MileSplit database as of April 9th.
You can vote to select both Malia Ellington and Trentavis Friday in the MileSplit Performers of the Week online poll.
The meet returns to the track in 2014, featuring the Frosh/Soph Invitational (the UNOFFICIAL JV State Meet.
Among the top individual performances this weekend were several schools proving their relay prowess.
Ama-Selina Tchume (Wakefield) started the April invitational season with the top 200 time in the state.
Knightdale's boys, in three different uniforms, began their drive toward the outdoor state meet by displaying their 400-meter depth.
- Alamance County Championship
- Athens Home Meet 4/17
- Carteret County Meet
- Madison Meet #2
- Mount Airy, Winston-Salem Prep, Walkertown
- Mt. SAC Relays
- Southern District 7 Athletic Conference Championship
- Western Alamance vs Cummings
- Western Carolina High School Invitational
- Chattanooga OPTIMIST Southeastern Track & Field Invitational
- Kayla Chavis to University of North Carolina-Pembroke
- Evan Wright to Appalachian State
- Mckinley Gray to Gardner-Webb University
- Caitlin Potter to University of South Carolina
- Anna McElrath to University of South Carolina
- Christopher Lile to Gardner-Webb University
- Christopher Hancock to Western Carolina
- Taylor Burton to Lees-McRae College
- Josh Barrett to University of North Carolina Charlotte
- Charity Snelling to Coker College