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  • Originally posted by ubiQuitous1 View Post
    7.91m Micah Larry 25-11.50 Montverde legal wind(+1.9) FHSAA Class 2A Championships. He's a junior. 2nd best AT for a junior
    Which is the best mark (aka 'real' State Record) all-time for Florida, breaking 25-10 from 1985 by Michael Timpson, erstwhile 110H record-holder.

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    • This weekend California gets rolling in earnest in the leadup to the state meet in two weeks. Worthy of its own thread?

      I'll be at the CIF-SS divisional meet tomorrow at Moorpark High. (They moved the meet out of LA County because of all the onerous covid restrictions the county still has in place. I think this is the first time since the meet began in '78 that it hasn't been in LA County, and the first time since '19 it's been held anywhere.) Four divisions, two sexes, 128 total events. Top 9 in each event (top 12 in the distance races) advance to next week's CIF-SS Masters meet, formerly the world's greatest track meet. (Sorry, Zurich.)
      Assuming there is useful internet connectivity in the press area I'll try to keep up to date with top performances - we have a really good crop of sprinters this year, plus a generally good bunch all around.

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      • Florida 3A State Meet - all legal winds
        Alyssa Jones Miami Southridge lj 6.39/20-11.75, 11.70, 23.49, and 5-9 hj
        Aaliyah Butler Miami Northwester 53.42, 23.91
        Relays Southridge 46.11, Northwestern 3:45.54, Dillard 9:03.27

        Chris Johnson Dillard 10.45, 20.78
        King Mack St. Thoma Aquinas 46,68
        Harrison Robinson Jacksonville Raines 13.80
        STA 3:12.80, NWern 3:13,90, Raines 3:14.89

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        • Will Sumner (Woodstock '22) 45.78 =US#1 at Ga. state 6A today

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          • Pretty good speed... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQ9MO1HIoVk

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            • Originally posted by SoCal45 View Post
              "Beat's So Lonely" when you're that far ahead. 😁

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              • Originally posted by SoCal45 View Post
                Wind +4.2

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                • Gary Martin just ran a mile in 3:57.98!!

                  I think that's the fastest high school only mile in history.

                  Hopefully Martin and Colin Sahlman race each other in a mile at some point this spring.




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                  • Originally posted by RunningInCircles View Post
                    Gary Martin just ran a mile in 3:57.98!!

                    I think that's the fastest high school only mile in history.

                    Hopefully Martin and Colin Sahlman race each other in a mile at some point this spring.



                    has its own thread

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                    • At the CIF-SS meet today, Roderick Pleasant of Serra Gardena goes 10.16w (+2.5) and 20.40 (+2.0)

                      Hot temperatures and high winds kept many of the performances down, but the guys in the 100 loved it. In a display never seen in this meet, 10.57 fails to advance to the CIF-SS Masters next week. All the 100s were windy, but in the +3.0 range, so not gratuitously so.

                      Max Thomas of Servite has a legal 20.68 (+1.3) Jaelen Knox of Poly a windy 20.77 (+2.5)

                      Couldn't post live as the media setup was horrific, but Engelhardt strode through 4:43 / 2:08 (divisional record in the latter) while Dalia Frias jogs through a 4:48. Aaron Sahlman negative splits a 1:52.5.

                      Also interesting for those of us who like to feel old - one of the division 400s was won by William Mullins of Cathedral in 47.62. He's the *grandson* of California legend Billy Mullins, who won the state 220 in 1975 and went on to run some very good 400s at USC before getting in trouble for a few academic infidelities.

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                      • Originally posted by cigar95 View Post
                        He's the *grandson* of California legend Billy Mullins, who won the state 220 in 1975 and went on to run some very good 400s at USC.
                        May 1979 T&FN cover subject.

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                        • Florida 4A - Niceville pretty much wrapped up team wins after the field events. Men scored 73 pts. With 1,2 finishes in SP, Disc, Jav. Women had 38 pts on the field.
                          Cyrus Ways, St. Aug. Nease 13.53 (+2.2w), 36.26
                          Rheinhardt Harrison, SA Nease 1:48.62
                          Sanford Seminole 40,57, Miami Columbus 3:12,80, Sanford Seminole 3:12.82, Creekside 7:46.86

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                          • Originally posted by steveu View Post

                            May 1979 T&FN cover subject.
                            Didn't Billy Mullins make the 1980 US Olympic Team that wasn't?

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                            • Originally posted by Trickstat View Post

                              Didn't Billy Mullins make the 1980 US Olympic Team that wasn't?
                              No. You may be thinking of Bill Green. Mullins was injured for the US Trials for the team which did not compete.

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                              • Originally posted by Bruce Kritzler View Post
                                Florida 4A - Niceville pretty much wrapped up team wins after the field events.
                                That are the strongest team - across the board - in Florida. They are superb at the technical events, but can do it on the track too.

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