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Articles with Palm Beach Central HS
We announce our first round of girls and boys teams in our FLRunners.com Invitational Race of Champions.
Check out the top 7 performances from the LSU High School Classic this past weekend in Baton Rouge
Palm Beach Central senior and FSU commit Karimah Davis was the star performer of Florida athletes at the LSU High School Classic.
Two of Florida's fastest girl quarter-milers were in attendance this weekend at the Hoover Alumni Invitational in Alabama with Danielle Bess and Karimah Davis both winning their respective age groups in US#3 and US#4 times of 57.33 and 57.44.
Palm Beach Central sprinter Karimah Davis chose FSU over finalists, Florida, and Miami. Michelle Howell caught up with her to talk about the decision.
The future of South Florida track and field is looking bright as these freshmen are not afraid of the upper classmen. Freshmen dominating the scene include Symone Mason, Twanisha Terry, Kayla Johnson, De’Andreah Young and of course Daesha Rodgers. Some freshmen coming in were already running fast times in middle school and aren’t scared of any big meets as most of them have performed at the Junior Olympics where over 11,000 athletes compete from all over.
Palm Beach Central freshman Karimah Davis spent the summer running for Fast Lane Track Club. Davis is definitely on the fast lane having posted a freshman US#7 mark of 26.32 at the Indoor Alumni Age Group Invitational in Alabama. In her second indoor meet, the Jimmy Carnes Indoor Meet, she posted another top ten time, a freshman US#8 time of 59.30 for 400 meters. Also making the list is Taylor Logue, who competed unattache at Jimmy Carnes, but attends Pine Crest High School. Logue's pole vault mark of 9-6 ranks her in a five way tie for US#6 among class of 2017 athletes. If your time or marks didn't crack the top ten don't worry. See where you rank against the top track and field athletes in the country in our complete list!
Wellington 's Lauren Castillo started running track in the eighth grade at Polo Park Middle School on a whim. (via South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com)