The Ravenscroft graduate, who has transferred to NC State from Duke, ran a PR of 15:45 while leading a race that produced the top 7 times in the NCAA this season.
Samantha Layko (Croatan) leads the rankings in both throws, while a pair of distance runners have started off strong. Using the MileSplit database to show us what the state meet might look like, if it was contested right now.
Jack Argo and Westchester have looked very strong (and deep) on the track so far this season. Using the MileSplit database to show us what the state meet might look like, if it was contested right now.
This weekend marked 10 new US #1s from the Texas Relays and some other nation's fastest times from the 100m to the mile
Ever wonder which state was the best in the nation for track? The data geeks at Milesplit will be answering that week-by-week in our Battle for State Supremacy Series.
Jennifer Stephenson is back in 2A, and she will be tough to beat there. Using the MileSplit database to show us what the state meet might look like, if it was contested right now.
Vote for the most impressive female athlete of the 3/27 Weekend until Thursday at 8pm ET!
Using the MileSplit database to show us what the state meet might look like, if it was contested right now. Madison Daniel (Research Triangle) holds the top spot in the 1600 and 800, but he has stiff competition behind him.
Tanis Baldwin's 9:02.66 3200 on Friday night put him at US #5, and that ranking held up through a weekend of big meets around the country.
Khayla Dawson(Olympic) and Alycia Springs(Mallard Creek) both broke a meet record from 1981 in the girls Shot Put to highlight the historic Queen City Relays.
Using the MileSplit database to show us what the state meet might look like, if it was contested right now. Kylie Polsgrove (Avery) is one of two athletes that lead three events - guess who the other one is?
The best performances from all the meets around the state, from last Monday - Thursday.
Hillside's McKinley Brown is the real deal in the hurdles, posting state-leading times even through the cold weather.
They will be joined in New York by Sydnei Murphy and Cravont Charleston, who earned spots in the Dream 100 on Friday night. Plus, the Premier 3200's produced big times as always!
Watch Ryen Frazier with a US #1 10:05 victory lead another 10 girls under 11 minutes in the 3200 at the Raleigh Relays on Friday night.
Malia Ellington has always been on cusp of breaking through nationally & her Raleigh Relays mile win (4:53) earned her an all-expense paid ticket to NYC to race nation's best milers on June 13th.
Watch Philip Hall kick past XC All-American Adam Barnard and hold off Track All-American Matthew Novak for a 4:15 win at the Raleigh Relays and a spot in the adidas Dream Mile!
Don't miss any of the highly anticipated high school races on Friday night from the Raleigh Relays as all the races can been LIVE on Flotrack as well as archived on MileSplit after meet!
The Burlington-area meet has quietly become a solid place for good distance races (perhaps because the weather has been cool on this weekend the last two years).
Keon Howe (Mallard Creek) is currently the top high jumper in the state, but he'll have to defend that position from Christopher Garrick (Marvin Ridge) on Saturday.
Mallard Creek's boys lead the 4x100 rankings, despite the graduation of Quashawn Cunningham last June.
MileSplit is excited to announce our 2015 Indoor T&F All-American Girls Team presented by New Balance!
See what's on tap for Friday and Saturday, including our Featured Meets and On-Site Coverage events for this week.
Once again, the weather looks cold and wet, and that matters very little to the competitors that come to Paul Derr Track in search of big times.
- Phillip O. Berry Home Meet 2015
- Mallard Creek Home Meet 2015
- ASU High School Invitational 2015
- Cross Country Champioship Dates
- NCRunners Elite Invitational 2015
- Paying Fee and Indivudal Athlete
- Charlotte Invitational 2015
- Pitt County Track & Field Classic 2015 (FAT Timing)
- High Point Vertklasse Meeting 2015
- adidas Raleigh Relays 2015
- Bethany Holder to Meredith College
- Katelyn Steadman to Meredith College
- Macy Brinson to Meredith College
- Megan Evans to Meredith College
- Briana Landis to Meredith College
- Mary Prouty to Georgia Tech
- Juwan Crowder to North Carolina A&T University
- Lily Anderson to Dartmouth College
- Levi Andrews to Creighton University
- Eduardo Andrade to St. Andrews University