Those are just a few of the highlights from last week including some new US #1s across the board
Anna Eaton (Apex) re-established herself atop the pole vault list with a 12' 6" clearance Saturday, and now she can target 13 feet.
Wakefield's girls dropped their 4x200 time to a NC #2 1:43.73, plus big marks from the Wards of Ragsdale
With the yearly high school meet at UNC, a college & professional meet at JDL, and several of North Carolina's best at Virginia Tech, we hardly know what to do with ourselves.
We haven't heard from Jayon Woodard (Southeast Raleigh) in a while, but he still leads the 300 and 500 despite taking some time off from racing.
Check out the results from an unusually good weather week for January.
Philip Hall and Ebony Williams led the way, but several other NC stars made an impression on a big day at JDL.
The South View distance star took charge of the state rankings in the 1600 and 3200 with two commanding performances.
Marcus Krah (Hillside) continued his domination of the hurdles, and the all-time state rankings got some new entries.
After a 1-year hiatus for the birth of the David Oliver Classic, the original major invitational at JDL is back and bigger than ever!
Sydney Murphy (Apex) moved up in the national rankings and edged closer to breaking the 7-second barrier for the first time.
First there was the Fast Track Invitational. Last year it became the David Oliver Invitational. This year, we have both, and everything is wonderful.
The Central Academy of Technology senior has reached another level this winter, but he isn't satisfied with his production yet.
It's hard to believe that this is already the fourth year in which JDL Fast Track has hosted a major invitational. Check out all the entries for Saturday's big meet!
Ebony Williams (Parkland) kicked it into high gear this past weekend, and still has room to improve - and she'll get the chance over the next few weekends!
The former Cherryville sprinter's performance stood out, even on a weekend with a huge number of collegiate results by former NC high-schoolers (photo courtesy of FSU Athletics).
A familiar uniform is on top of the 1600 rankings, but Kenny Kneisel will have his hands full staying in front of what looks like a very competitive field.
Cardinal Gibbons broke out a sub-10 4x800 last weekend, and Sophie Ebihara leads the 3200 rankings. Once Megan Vaughn weighs in with individual results, will the Crusaders be poised to make a run at an indoor title?
The former Cary Academy runner has made the switch to road racing, and has a coach that is well-known in North Carolina. Plus, performances by other professionals with North Carolina ties, and also by unattached collegians.
Christopher Garrick gives Marvin Ridge another dimension in their pursuit of a repeat state title.
The banked tracks help, but that isn't the only reason for New York's dominance in the 300 - but at both 55-meter races, Virginia holds the top spot.
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- Penn State National Invitational
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- David Oliver Classic
- Fast Track High School Invitational 2015
- NCC Polar Bear Meet #3 2015
- Camel City Elite - Schedule, Ticket Info and Meet and Greet times
- JDL Mini Meets #1, #2, #3
- JDL Mini Meets 2015
- Zach Boone to University of Mississippi
- Michael Staples to Louisburg College
- Matt Bomkamp to University of North Carolina Charlotte
- Ashley Parker to Western Carolina
- Arden Vessie to East Carolina University
- Cayla Rodney to East Carolina University
- Julia Brown to East Carolina University
- Ryan Davis to East Carolina University
- Corbin Boyles to East Carolina University
- Gabriele Cunningham to NC State University