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  • #16
    Re: Texas Relays

    No one seems to be commenting on the decathlon. Morrison, who I assume is the current NCAA outdoor favorite is leading with 4 people over 5500. Looks like a pretty decent competition.

    1 Morrison, Michael 10.65 7.41m 12.40m 1.99m 49.84 14.72 39.11m
    California w: 4.4 w: 2.9 40-08.25 6-06.25 w: 2.1 128-04
    SR 5630 (940) (913) (631) (794) (822) 4100 (884) (646)
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    2 Martin, Romain 10.86 7.10m 13.02m 2.05m 49.94 14.51 38.10m
    UT-Arlington w: 3.6 w: 3.9 42-08.75 6-08.75 w: 1.2 125-00
    FR 5601 (892) (838) (668) (850) (817) 4065 (910) (626)
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    3 Johnson, Matthew 10.58 7.41m 12.32m 1.87m 51.14 15.10 45.77m
    Sam Houston St. w: 4.4 w: 5.4 40-05 6-01.5 w: 1.9 150-02
    JR 5565 (956) (913) (626) (687) (763) 3945 (837) (783)
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    4 Murphy, Isaac 10.47 7.07m 12.16m 1.81m 49.38 14.90 44.92m
    Texas w: 3.6 w: 3.5 39-10.75 5-11.25 w: 1.9 147-04
    SR 5534 (982) (830) (616) (636) (843) 3907 (862) (765)

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    • #17
      Re: Texas Relays

      PRs seemed to be a guide for the JT, with CC hiting only 102-6/31.24m (PR 103?) and RK picking up 144 points with 127-04/38.81, so a 206 gap for the 800, with a good JT (135-05/41.27) moving Fitzpatrick up close to RK; she has had 3 PRs and two close to PRs but sports a 2:25 800m so she will not over take the others and will be lucky to be third, as Alcide has a 2:20 and made a 8m PR in the JT to keep close enough.

      1 Carrier, Chelsea 13.04 1.73m 11.75m 23.64 6.22m 31.24m
      West Virginia w: 5.4 5-08 38-06.75 w: 4.0 w: 1.8 102-06
      JR 5088 (1118) (891) (645) (1016) 3670 (918) (500) (0)
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      2 Krais, Ryann 13.67 1.70m 12.14m 24.85 5.79m 38.81m
      Kansas State w: 4.0 5-07 39-10 w: 4.0 w: 1.8 127-04
      JR 4882 (1026) (855) (670) (901) 3452 (786) (644) (0)
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      3 Fitzpatrick, Daphne 14.22 1.73m 11.82m 24.19 5.48m 41.27m
      Texas A&M w: 5.3 5-08 38-09.5 w: 4.7 w: 1.3 135-05
      SR 4836 (947) (891) (649) (963) 3450 (694) (692) (0)
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      4 Alcide, Makeba 14.05 1.73m 11.88m 25.12 5.47m 37.06m
      Arkansas w: 3.6 5-08 38-11.75 w: 2.7 w: 1.7 121-07
      SO 4693 (971) (891) (653) (876) 3391 (691) (611) (0)
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      5 Lofton, Sherrina 14.18 1.67m 11.20m 24.20 5.24m 34.96m
      Cal St. Northridge w: 5.3 5-05.75 36-09 w: 4.0 w: 1.6 114-08
      SR 4538 (953) (818) (608) (962) 3341 (626) (571) (0)

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      • #18
        Re: Texas Relays

        Krais would be quite a heptathlete if she could hit the marks she did in the 10th grade in the LJ and the 200m. She loses a foot a year in the LJ.

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        • #19
          Re: Texas Relays

          Well, Carrier continued her PR 'weekend' and went from a little over 5000 to a little under 6000. If she can improve those last two events she still has up-side (although she will not always get 5.4, 4.0 and 1.8 winds.

          1 Carrier, Chelsea 13.04 1.73m 11.75m 23.64 6.22m 31.24m 2:18.88
          West Virginia w: 5.4 5-08 38-06.75 w: 4.0 w: 1.8 102-06
          JR 5927 (1118) (891) (645) (1016) 3670 (918) (500) (839)
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          2 Krais, Ryann 13.67 1.70m 12.14m 24.85 5.79m 38.81m 2:09.90
          Kansas State w: 4.0 5-07 39-10 w: 4.0 w: 1.8 127-04
          JR 5848 (1026) (855) (670) (901) 3452 (786) (644) (966)
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          3 Fitzpatrick, Daphne 14.22 1.73m 11.82m 24.19 5.48m 41.27m 2:21.60
          Texas A&M w: 5.3 5-08 38-09.5 w: 4.7 w: 1.3 135-05
          SR 5638 (947) (891) (649) (963) 3450 (694) (692) (802)
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          4 Alcide, Makeba 14.05 1.73m 11.88m 25.12 5.47m 37.06m 2:18.03
          Arkansas w: 3.6 5-08 38-11.75 w: 2.7 w: 1.7 121-07
          SO 5543 (971) (891) (653) (876) 3391 (691) (611) (850)
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          5 Nowak, Olimpia 13.68 1.64m 11.76m 25.19 5.52m 31.12m 2:17.58
          Northern Iowa w: 5.3 5-04.5 38-07 w: 3.8 w: 1.3 102-01
          JR 5382 (1024) (783) (645) (869) 3321 (706) (498) (857)
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          6 Lofton, Sherrina 14.18 1.67m 11.20m 24.20 5.24m 34.96m 2:19.69
          Cal St. Northridge w: 5.3 5-05.75 36-09 w: 4.0 w: 1.6 114-08
          SR 5366 (953) (818) (608) (962) 3341 (626) (571) (828)
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          7 Gonder, Desirae 14.43 1.76m 9.39m 24.69 5.72m 28.64m 2:19.75
          Cal St. Northridge w: 4.0 5-09.25 30-09.75 w: 2.7 w: 1.1 93-11
          SR 5294 (918) (928) (490) (915) 3251 (765) (451) (827)

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          • #20
            Re: Texas Relays

            They announced today that the Relays will be the last weekend in March for the next 5 years.

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            • #21
              Re: Texas Relays

              Not the best weather in late March. Maybe they'll get lucky with the weather.

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              • #22
                Re: Texas Relays

                The reason for the change in the schedule has nothing to do with the weather. If you take a look at the high school section..especially division II..you will quickly notice that majority or just about all of Texas best high school teams didn't come down to participate in the relays. The reason the top high schools made that decision is because their district meet falls the following weekend.

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                • #23
                  Re: Texas Relays

                  Some nice times in the womens 100 prelims (although a bit windy)
                  1 Duncan, Dominique JR Texas A&M 11.05q 3.1 3
                  2 Townsend, Tiffany SR Baylor 11.09q 3.1 3
                  3 Levy, Jura FR South Plains 11.12q 3.1 2

                  Wind or not that seems to be a break out performance for Dominique Duncan

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                  • #24
                    Re: Texas Relays

                    What event is Sanya RR doing?

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                    • #25
                      Re: Texas Relays

                      Originally posted by donley2
                      Some nice times in the womens 100 prelims (although a bit windy)
                      1 Duncan, Dominique JR Texas A&M 11.05q 3.1 3
                      2 Townsend, Tiffany SR Baylor 11.09q 3.1 3
                      3 Levy, Jura FR South Plains 11.12q 3.1 2

                      Wind or not that seems to be a break out performance for Dominique Duncan
                      Yeah that wind makes it worth only 11.22, but even looks like it would be a couple of 10ths improvement.

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                      • #26
                        Beamonesque or typo (8.09 not 8.90 a typo)

                        Just saw this

                        1 Echard, Melvin SR Texas A&M 8.09m 2.3 29-02.50
                        7.71m(3.9) 7.84m(4.6) FOUL(4.3) 7.86m(3.4) 7.87m(2.7) 8.90m(2.3)
                        2 Makusha, Ngonidzashe JR Florida State 8.40m 4.0 27-06.75
                        7.93m(1.7) 7.93m(1.0) 8.18m(5.0) 8.00m(4.6) 8.40m(4.0) 8.17m(2.9)
                        3 Goodwin, Marquise JR Texas 8.07m 2.9 26-05.75
                        7.94m(1.3) 8.07m(2.9) PASS(2.0) FOUL 7.86m(2.7) FOUL(2.7)

                        The women's results are these, which might imply that these are semi-automated (note that it was not a tie for second because the one jumper had a better second jump) but they list them both as 2 for place. I doubt any long jump official good enough to do the Texas relays would be ignorant of the implications of a 8.90, and the other jumps are consistently a meter less.

                        1 Williams, Monique SO South Florida 5.99m 2.8 19-08.00
                        FOUL(2.6) FOUL(2.1) 5.82m(1.5) 5.80m(2.3) 5.92m(2.2) 5.99m(2.8)
                        2 Boyd, Alitta SO USC 5.97m 1.9 19-07.00
                        FOUL 5.93m(1.2) 5.97m(1.9) PASS FOUL FOUL
                        2 Thompson, Shantel SR Arkansas 5.97m 4.7 19-07.00
                        4.80m(2.2) 5.81m(2.1) 5.97m(4.7) 5.64m(3.7) FOUL(2.7) FOUL(4.3)
                        4 Walker, Crystal SO Stephen F. Austin 5.77m 4.6 18-11.25
                        FOUL 5.77m(4.6) 5.74m(2.6) FOUL(2.0) PASS(2.4) FOUL(3.1)

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                        • #27
                          Re: Beamonesque or typo (8.90) [likely a typo]

                          Originally posted by 26mi235
                          Just saw this

                          1 Echard, Melvin SR Texas A&M 8.90m 2.3 29-02.50
                          7.71m(3.9) 7.84m(4.6) FOUL(4.3) 7.86m(3.4) 7.87m(2.7) 8.90m(2.3)
                          2 Makusha, Ngonidzashe JR Florida State 8.40m 4.0 27-06.75
                          7.93m(1.7) 7.93m(1.0) 8.18m(5.0) 8.00m(4.6) 8.40m(4.0) 8.17m(2.9)
                          3 Goodwin, Marquise JR Texas 8.07m 2.9 26-05.75
                          7.94m(1.3) 8.07m(2.9) PASS(2.0) FOUL 7.86m(2.7) FOUL(2.7)
                          Echard's final jump has been corrected in the results already... to 8.09. So it was a typo, and only Beamonesque in it's tailwind 8-)

                          Nice series from Makusha

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                          • #28
                            Re: Texas Relays

                            Originally posted by lonewolf
                            Originally posted by TxHottrack
                            Originally posted by lonewolf
                            I will be attending and working Texas Relays, the 59th anniversary of my first Texas Relay.
                            Missed a few while I was off living life but have been there for about 40 of them.
                            Texas Relays seem to have some of the best officials in the state. How do you get into becoming an official? I think I can fit that into my already busy schedule. I work & taking some classes, so why not add more to my schedule.
                            Cooter pretty well covered the basics.. also recommendation by a couple of members familiar with your qualifications helps..
                            Cooter's & Lonewolf's explanations about cover it...accessing the following website will provide additional information:

                            http://uttfoa.org/

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                            • #29
                              Re: Texas Relays

                              Charles Austin's son jumped 6'8" to take 2nd in the HJ. Charles stated that he first attempted the HJ a month ago. He's a junior at San Marcos HS.

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                              • #30
                                Re: Texas Relays

                                Originally posted by Cooter Brown
                                Charles Austin's son jumped 6'8" to take 2nd in the HJ. Charles stated that he first attempted the HJ a month ago. He's a junior at San Marcos HS.
                                And now I officially feel very old.

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