The state-bound athlete hasn’t been deterred by the seasonlong shutdown of his school’s track. (via The Miami Herald)
Boyd Anderson junior Shayla Sanders anchored the Lady Cobras to victory in the 4x1 and finished second in the 100 and 200.
While Boyd Anderson’s wait for a girls’ state track title continues, a big night from junior star sprinter Shayla Sanders helped the Cobras leave the Class 4A state track finals at Showalter Field on Saturday with some championship hardware. (via The Miami Herald)
The Miami Northwestern senior goes out in style winning the 300 meter hurdles and helping the Lady Bulls to their third consecutive team title.
The Boone junior showed why he is one of the top sprinters in the country by defending his crown in the 100 and 200 meters.
The Osceola senior defended her titles winning both the 100 and 200 state championships.
The Carol City senior honors his late grandma buy winning the gold in the 300 meter hurdles.
State sprint champion and major-college football prospect Marvin Bracy endlessly grouses about the cruel workouts his personal trainer, Ricky Argro, has put him through for over a year now. (via OrlandoSentinel.com)
Montero credits his win in the shot put with being consistent in his throws and using his strength.
The Lady Bulls 4x400 relay team talks about their win and team championship.
In one of the best races of the night the St. Thomas Aquinas cemented their place as team champions with a 3:13 first place finish in the 4x400 relay.
The Dr. Phillips sophomore improved on last years second place finish in the 1600 and 3200 by winning the double in 2011.
It was a tough night for the Miami Northwestern star who finished second in the 100, 400, and 4x400 relay.
Freeman jumped a nationally ranked 20-0.75 to win the long jump at the class 4A state championships.
Armando Del-Valle caps off his senior season with the distance double going sub 4:10 and sub 9:10 in the 1600 and 3200 respectively.
The Clearwater Countryside senior edged out Otneil Teixera of Lake Brantley by one one hundredth of a second to get the win.
Arman Hall improved his #1 national time by posting a time around 46.2 to edge out rival Hugh Graham Jr. of Miami Northwestern.
Ellis, only a freshman, won her first gold medal of her career in the 400.
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