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  • U.S. Sophomore All Time Mile List

    I have been doing research on this for about a month now and I seem to be coming to a halt becuase of my lack of resources. All times that I am looking for should be under 4:14 for the FULL mile. I will convert times. If you do have a new person and time to add to the list please provide the exact time and any other information you have on that specific performance. Thank you!

    Revised!!! I used your posts and found some more. Thanks. Keep it coming please.

    U.S. Sophomore All Time Mile List:

    4:06.07 – Jeff See (Middletown, OH) 15 June 2003
    4:06.60* – Jeff Warrick (Bayshore, FL) 1978
    4:06.76 – Craig Miller (Lancaster, PA) 19 June 2004
    4:06.94 – Alan Webb (South Lakes, VA) 1999
    4:07.80 – Jim Ryun (Wichita, KS) 1963
    4:08.56 – Bobby Lockhart (Wincherster, VA) 2000
    4:08.80 – Jim Arriola (Gahr, CA) 1 June 1974
    4:08.92* – Mac Fleet (University City, CA) 21 March 2007
    4:09.10 – Eric Hulst (Laguna Beach, CA) 1974
    4:09.29 – Brian Turner (Millard North, NE) 1998
    4:09.82 – Andy Powell (Oliver Ames, MA) 1997
    4:10.02 – Michael Stember (Jesuit, CA) 4 June 1994
    4:10.21 – Todd McCallister (Deerfield, IL) 1976
    4:10.77 – Adam Perkins (Liberty, MO) 2001
    4:10.90 – Laef Barnes (Mead, WA) 15 June 2003
    4:11.19 – Sintayehu Taye (Portland, ME) 4 June 2005
    4:11.50 – Rudy Chapa (Hammond, IN) 1974
    4:12.30 – John Trautmann (Woodbury HS, NY) 1984
    4:12.40 – Jerry Richey (North Allegheny, PA) 1966
    4:12.46 – Duncan Phillips (College State, TX) 14 May 2005
    4:12.49 – Louis Quintana (Arroyo Grande, CA) 1989
    4:12.50 – Rob Carney (Burnsville, MN) 1976
    4:12.60 – Bobby Curtis (Louisville, KY) 16 June 2001
    4:12.70 – Jody Weatherwax (Hartford Public, CT) 1974
    4:12.77 – Craig Forys (Colts Neck, NJ) 2005
    4:12.82 – Leonel Manzano (Marble Falls HS, TX) 2002
    4:12.97 – Walton Kingsberry (Shrewsbury, NJ) 2000
    4:13.07 – Coley Candaele (Carpinteria, CA) 1988
    4:13.20 – Ralph Serna (Anaheim, CA) 1973
    4:13.20 – Doug Smith (Central, Souix City, IA) 1966
    4:13.40 – Robert Gonzalez (Falfurrias, TX) 1965
    4:13.49 – Brian Rhodes – Devey 2005
    4:13.52 – Rob Finnerty (Burnsville, MN) 17 June 2005
    4:13.58 – Ben Aragon (West Hills, CA) 27 May 1999
    4:13.60 – Brendan Fennell (Pearl River, NY) 16 June 2001
    4:13.69 – Josh Spiker (Ventura, CA) 1999
    4:13.74 – Taylor Gilland (Chapel Hill, NC) 2007
    4:13.80 – T.J. Hobart (Baldwin, PA) 4 May 2007
    4:13.81 – A.J. Acosta (El Camino HS, CA) 2004
    4:13.83 – Dan Roberts (Vicksburg, MI) 5 June 2004
    4:13.94 – Cameron Schwehr (Mt. Spokane, WA) 2000

    * = converted from 1500m
    Endurance + Speed = Mile

  • #2
    Coley Candaele / 4:11.57 at 1600 meters / California State Meet 1988

    Maybe Louis Quintana should be added, too, for his 1989 4:12.49, if you use a 1.5 second conversion (?)... I'd suggest scouring CA State Meet results for names that appear 3 times in mile results for starts... then move on to other States' archives.

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    • #3
      the list would be more accessible/useful if it included HS affiliation and state.
      ... nothing really ever changes my friend, new lines for old, new lines for old.

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      • #4
        Jim Arriola (Gahr, Cerritos CA) ran 4:08.8 at Long Beach on 1 June 1974. Michael Stember (Jesuit, Sacramento CA) ran 4:08.52 for 1600 meters on 4 June 1994.

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        • #5
          Is Arriola's 4:08.8 still the age-15 record?

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          • #6
            A quick FYI: Jack Shepard's 50-deep annual high school list didn't extend even to 4:13.0 for the mile in 1977.

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            • #7
              1976 Region 1AA meet in Minnesota, sophomore Rob Carney (Burnsville, MN) finished in 3rd place in 4:12.5.

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              • #8
                Seem to remember hearing Todd McCallister might have run that fast as a soph. He was from Illinois, ?Naperville, ran at U. of North Carolina circa 1978-82.

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                • #9
                  Todd McCallister and his twin brother Mark, who ran for Duke, were from Deerfield, IL.

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                  • #10
                    Deerfield HS's website has a nice list of school records, alltime lists, and freshman and sophomore class records:

                    http://www.d113.lake.k12.il.us/dhs/Spor ... ecords.doc

                    It lists Todd as having run 4:08.5 for 1600 as a soph in 1976:

                    1600 M Todd McCallister 4:08.5 76

                    Don't know if that was converted from a mile or if that was actually his time over a mile.

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                    • #11
                      It is a converted time from 4:10+ run at the IL state meet.
                      Ron Wartgow won in 4:07+ and Todd was 2nd, IIRC.
                      IL HS did not convert to the 1600/3200 until the late '70s.
                      Tom Graves won in '78 and it was still the mile and two mile.

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                      • #12
                        TAFNEWS July 1976, p. 59. Todd McCallister ran 4:10.4 [finished no better than 3rd, behind Wartgow and Bob Hicks (4:09.2)], but Todd moved to 4th all-time on the soph list.

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                        • #13
                          Re: U.S. Sophomore All Time Mile List

                          I ran in the race at Long Beach in the summer that Jim Arriola ran the 4:08.8 as a 15 year old. It was a summer all commers meet. A sophmore race, not the open division. I was 16 and thought I might do OK. I think I was second in 4:43. For me my best at the time for just a kid between feshman and sophmore years. Who would have thought some 15 year old would do that in a summer all comers meet? Funny thing was he never got all that much faster. I believe the track was brand new and maybe he just liked the rubberized track.

                          Another note. The time listed for Eric Hulst as a sophmore 4:09 was at the arcadia invitational where he was only 5th place. He doubled that night and ran an amazing 8:59.8 two mile to win the two mile race over Schankel at 9:04.8
                          1. Clifford - 4:07.1
                          2. Serna - 4:07.6
                          3. John Musich (Burbank)- 4:08.9
                          4. Schankel - 4:09.1
                          5. Hulst - 4:09.1

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                          • #14
                            Re: U.S. Sophomore All Time Mile List

                            Kind of amazing times. I remember Doug Smith's name from the 1960s--I see his 4:13 as a soph and want to say that he did 4:15 as a freshman...maybe?

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                            • #15
                              Re: U.S. Sophomore All Time Mile List

                              Long-lost threads!

                              Jerry Richey was a junior in 1966.

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