Ian Milder, a senior distance runner from Mount Tabor High School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina impressed in front of his future college coaches and teammates as well as rolled out a US #1 time for 3200 meters in a 8:53.99 victory in the invitational high school 3200 race at the Raleigh Relays held on the grounds and track & field facility of NC State University on Friday night.
Light rain, perfect temperatures, and loaded fields - that's what made both the boys' and girls' races amazing Friday night.
One of the best qualities an athlete can have is short term memory loss. This may seem contrary to the normal thought process of the successful athlete, but learning to deal with mistakes and failure properly helps make you a more successful athlete.
In the very loaded 3200 meter races Virginians placed well and ran very fast. This included the top four 3200 marks in the state for both boys and girls. This is the full recap how Virginians faired at this meet.
Complete source of the entire week's performances, videos, photos, elite performances, and much more.
Under the lights, cooler temps, loaded with talent, and surrounded by college races - no wonder the times are ridiculous every year.
Porter Gaud's Brent Demarest finishes fifth, Spartanburg Christian's Logan Morris ninth. Race videos and photos inside.
Logan Morris finished ninth in 10 minutes, 41 seconds., a personal best. (Ranked 21st in nation)
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