The story of Day 2 seemed to be the big winners from Friday coming back to go two-for-two with a second victory Saturday
Even with some notable withdrawls from the race, it was still a great 1600 meter invitational race that saw 14 go under 4:30! Erick Montoya gave future Gator teammate Matt Mizereck a challenge with Miz winning out 4:16.60 to 4:17.72 the day after their memorable 3200 race yesterday that saw Miz finish in a US#2 9:02.
After his US #3 110 Hurdles victory yesterday, Pablo completed the hurdles sweep by winning the 300H in 37.36, which is the second fastest in Florida this season.
Stephanie's second victory in two days (800, 1600), along with Jana Stolting's 3200 victory yesterday gave Maclay a full house in the girls individual distance races. Today Kurgatt held of Elizabeth Tucker (Bishop Kenny), Sarah Davis (Bishop Kenny) and Courtney Filliben (Lourdes) to win with relative ease in 5:03--five seconds ahead of of the challengers.
Sarah Howard of Trinity Christiain in Dublin, GA absolutely cleaned up in the throws! She won the discus in 127-5 yesterday and the shot today in 47-2. Great job to the Georgian!
Fort Lauderdale Girls Relay
After winning the 4x100 yesterday, the fought off a hard kicking Florida High in a photo finish 3:58.03 to 3:58.08!
Fort Walton Beach Boys Relay
They came back from their state leading sub-8 4x800 victory yesterday to (with two of the same legs) set the new state leading mark in the 4x400. That time of 3:17.15 also places them as the third fastest finish in the nation so far this year!
- Tynia Gaither of Kissimmee Osceola came back from her impressive performances in the Bahams last week to take the 100 meters in 11.88 to keep Kayla Parker, who finished second in 12.11, from being a three-fer after her two victories yesterday. Her time was just off the 11.83 she ran last week at the Carifta Trials in the Bahamas, which is the fourth fastest in Florida this year.
- Ana DeTorres of Florida High won the 300H in 44.76, the sixth fastest in that event in Florida this year.
- William Stargell of Chiles improved upon his season best mark of 53-1 with a 53-10 PR that puts him at fourth in the state.
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