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  • Cade Flatt 1:46.51!! Just missed the 800 record by .06.

    He looked really good. He might even get under 1:46 in June.

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    • Juliette Whittaker wins the 800 in 1:59.80! Wow!

      I thought if a high schooler broke 2 minutes tonight it would be Sophia Gorriaran.

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      • Where's Rosin Willis this season?
        She seems to have disappeared.

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        • Originally posted by Jacksf View Post
          Where's Rosin Willis this season?
          She seems to have disappeared.
          Willis is training and racing mostly small meets, except for the indoor world record DMR she was in a month ago.

          She hasn't run an outdoor 800 yet. I'm not sure when her first outdoor 800 is scheduled to take place.

          She is listed as running the 400 at Brooks PR on June 15. My guess is that right after that meet she attempts to break the national high school record in the 800 that weekend at the Nike meet in Eugene.

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          • Whittaker's 1:59.80 has to get Top Prize for the night!
            A HS kid not only running just the 2nd-ever sub-2, but WINNING the damn race also!!!
            Flatt did come closer to the HSR than Whittaker did, but he finished 4th!

            Whittaker dropped her OUTdoor PR by 1.35 (2:01.15 to 1:59.80), but Gorriaran, despite running "only" 2:00.58, actually beat HER OUTdoor PR by more--2.32--than Whittaker!
            Flatt had run 1:47.04 already, so his running 0.53 faster isn't as stunning!
            Great, but expected!!

            Jenna Mulhern also ran good---in the 5000---but her 16:07 awhile back was better than her 16:18 in NYC!
            Whittaker gets a couple of extra points for pacing the girls HS mile an hour after her 800!

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            • Just checked the OUTdoor HS lists (Well, the "absolute" lists!) & saw a 4:15.56 for 1500 for Sadie Englehardt.
              Was that a real 1500 time, or was it converted from her mile time?
              And when was it run?
              If it's an actual 1500 time---officially timed--then it's the Frosh Class Record (OUTdoors!) by over 2 seconds!

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              • Originally posted by aaronk View Post
                Just checked the OUTdoor HS lists (Well, the "absolute" lists!) & saw a 4:15.56 for 1500 for Sadie Englehardt.
                Was that a real 1500 time, or was it converted from her mile time?
                And when was it run?
                If it's an actual 1500 time---officially timed--then it's the Frosh Class Record (OUTdoors!) by over 2 seconds!
                en route at Arcadia, I believe

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                • Sumner getting ready to run

                  https://accounts.milesplit.com/live/...widget&site=67

                  Pulling away at 600 (1:20) . . . in at 1:49.34 . . .
                  Last edited by Atticus; 05-21-2022, 11:30 PM.

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                  • Big news at the CIF-SS Masters at Moorpark High is Roderick Pleasant with a legal double in 10.14 and 20.49. The former takes down the CIF record of 10.25 by the legendary Henry "the Heat" Thomas, who had been the state record holder since 1984. Pleasant misses the national interscholastic record by .01, co-held by Anthony Schwarz and Matthew Boling.

                    Distance superstars Katie Engelhardt and Dalia Frias used today's meet as a speed workout, running well enough to move on to state next week but not worrying about winning their races. Neither broke 4:50, and Engelhardt ran 2:10 to finish third in the 800. She then came back to anchor her team's 4x4 into fifth place and advance to state in that event as well. She's going to be busy next Friday.

                    Meanwhile, Aaron Sahlman didn't look like he was cruising, but still finished third in the 800 in just over 1:52. He didn't have the look of someone who had run sub-1:49 a few weeks ago. We'll see how things go next week, perhaps this was all part of the plan to be ready to roll in Clovis.

                    More details later - this was the first CIF-SS Masters meet since 2019, but I was able to continue my string of seeing every one since 1975. The weather was far more pleasant than last week and the smaller crowd made viewing the races considerably easier.

                    ETA - I also learned that Pleasant really loves track - which may or may not mean that he doesn't do a football early entry next year and skips his senior season. (He's a blue-chip cornerback, who may end up at USC, who has a bit of a pipeline from Serra.)
                    Last edited by cigar95; 05-22-2022, 02:38 AM.

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                    • Originally posted by cigar95 View Post

                      Distance superstars Katie Engelhardt and Dalia Frias used today's meet as a speed workout, running well enough to move on to state next week but not worrying about winning their races.
                      Dalia Frias had a stomach ailment of some sort and she said she didn't really care about her time or place as long as she qualified in the 1600.

                      Mia Chavez looked good in both the 1600 and 800. She said she has a lot more in the tank and can run much faster next week.

                      The girl's 1600 next week is going to be a great race.

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                      • Originally posted by RunningInCircles View Post
                        The girl's 1600 next week is going to be a great race.
                        And the weather looks like it may be more conducive than it usually is in Clovis - early forecast is for high 80s instead of the mid-90s or higher we're used to.
                        You didn't happen to be up in the press area during the meet, did you?

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                        • Nice triple by T'Mars McCallum (Carolina Forest '22) at S.C. AAAAA state meet

                          10.13(0.4)
                          20.71(0.9)
                          24-8.5 (nwi)

                          In Oregon 6A, Lake Oswego soph Mia Brahe-Pedersen
                          11.09w(3.2) (=5, =7 a-c)
                          23.25(0.4)
                          anchored 2 winning relays
                          Last edited by steveu; 05-22-2022, 03:06 PM.

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                          • Originally posted by steveu View Post
                            Nice triple by T'Mars McCallum (Carolina Forest '22) at S.C. AAAAA state meet

                            10.13(0.4) . . . . . .
                            . . . equals the national record held by Boling and Anthony Schwarz. (=7,=8) overall.

                            So Pleasant doesn't even get the fastest time of the day.

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                            • McCallum knocks Houston McTear out of the top 10

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                              • Originally posted by gh View Post
                                McCallum knocks Houston McTear out of the top 10
                                His 9.0 will live on!

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