Athletes showed out at the 2A District 15 meet this weekend. Here are a few storylines from the meet.
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The Cocoa HS girls dominated the 4x400m final at the Florida Relays this weekend.
With the outdoor season starting it's official preseason this weekend, here are the returning top 50 athletes in each hurdle event.
We rank the best girls teams heading into the 2019 track and field season regardless of classification.
We rank the best boys teams heading into the 2019 track and field season regardless of classification.
We rank the best girls 4x400m relay performances in Florida for the 2018 season.
We rank the best girls discus performances in Florida for the 2018 season.
We rank the best girls shot put performances in Florida for the 2018 season.
We rank the 500 best performances in the girls long jump in the state of Florida for 2018.
Today we salute Hallandale senior Josiah Campbell.
Today we salute Hallandale senior Sydney McGinley.
What if we combined the team scoring though and made it one large state meet?
What if we combined the team scoring though and made it one large state meet?
When your district meet consists of American Heritage HS, Hallandale, and Pine Crest HS there is no jogging to advance to Regionals
Watch the Hallandale girls 4x800m relay set a new school record by 15 seconds and US#1 time by nearly ten seconds, with their 9:10.25 performance at the Florida Relays.
We take a look at which girls and boys teams have the best sprint squads.
We take a look at which girls and boys teams have the best hurdle squads.
We look at the deepest distance squads in the 800, 1,600, and 3,200m.
We ran our virtual meet to see which athletes and teams are projected to bring home medals this weekend.
Which girl had the best performance of the week?
Which boy had the best performance of the week? You decide.
Check out our region by region virtual meets.
We take a look at the best girls teams regardless of classification.
We take a look at the best teams regardless of classification.
We take a look at the top returning girls teams in 2A.
We take a look at the top returning boys teams in 2A.
Watch Hallandale's Amari Johnson win the 60mH at the LSU HS Classic in a US#9 time of 8.16s.
Florida was well represented at the LSU High School Classic in Baton Rouge.
Hallandale's Calvin Golson Jr. signs with Florida State University.
Andy Warrener recaps the 2A state championship meet.
Class 2A is loaded from top the sprints to the distance events with not just the best athletes in Florida, but in the entire nation. We preview all the action
The BCAA Championships netted 116 elite performances and we have every race video of one of South Florida's largest conference meet.
Watch the Hallandale boys 4x800m relay team barely miss sub 8:00 and clock a state leading time of 8:00.68 to finish first at the IMG Academy Invitational.
Bolles sophomore Charles Hicks picked up right where he left off after a stellar cross country season where he was 2A runner-up and a Foot Locker National finalist. Hicks opened up his 2017 season at the David Oliver Classic where he ran a state leading 3,200m time of 9:33.21. On the sprint side, no surprise that Tyrese Cooper leads three categories the 55m, 300m, and 500m. We take a look at the boys indoor leaderboard.
The Bolles girls are back to defend their 2016 2A track and field state championship and the Bulldogs don't lack depth in any event. Caitlin Collier swept the distance events last year and returns for her junior year along side her cross country teammates that finished as the 2A runner-up. Combine that with several strong sprinters and hurdler and middle school pole vault state record holder Laine Roberts, they will be hard to stop.
American Heritage won the 2A crown in 2016, but lose hurdler McKinly Brown to graduation. The school has one of the top football programs in the country and will hope to get some of those gridiron standouts onto the track. Anthony Schwartz is the defending 100/200m champion and was a major factor in the team's relays. Six other teams are listed higher on our pre-season rankings making the chance to defend very hard. Satellite High School is the top team with an impressive distance corp and the number one ranked pole vaulter in Noah Mumme.
Check out the top 7 performances from the LSU High School Classic this past weekend in Baton Rouge
Hallandale's Calvin Golson isn't at the number one spot in the 400m dash just yet. Golson opened up at the LSU High School Classic and won in a FL#3 time of 50.06 which is less then one-tenth of a second behind Trevor Wilson and Tariq Evans. Check out the leaders in every event and who is on the verge of topping the list.
Palm Beach Central senior and FSU commit Karimah Davis was the star performer of Florida athletes at the LSU High School Classic.
The Hallandale girls beat Bolles for the 2A state title in 2015. Three weeks into the 2016 season, the Chargers and Bulldogs are the top teams to beat on BOTH the girls and boys sides. Could we see a potential podium sweep? We ranked EVERY team in 2A.
The first three events of the boys indoor leaderboard belong to Miami Gardens XPress freshman Tyrese Cooper. Cooper has the US#8 time in the 55m dash, US#4 time in the 200m, and US#7 mark in the 400m dash. His 200m and 400m dash season bests are also freshman national records. See who the leaders in every event are and click on the link on the far left to see the complete rankings!
The Miami Northwestern girls are looking for their EIGHTH STRAIGHT state title and headline the Super 25 girls team scores which has four South Florida teams in the top four spots. Where does your squad rank?
The Bolles girls are looking for their second 2A state title in three years. The Bulldogs were runner-up in 2015 behind Hallandale and won it all in 2014. No question the strength of Coach Dearing's squad is the distance events. The cross country state champions will be guided by Tony Ryan and rack up a slew of points while Tiera Cleveland is a triple threat in the 100,200, and 400. Defending champion Hallandale's loss of Kimani Rushing to early enrollment at the University of Florida opens up the door for a handful of teams to compete for the runner-up spot. We rank EVERY team.
It's no secret that Chauncey Gardner was a HUGE part of the Cocoa Tigers track and field team. Despite him graduating early and enrolling at the University of Florida, Coach Tyrone Giscombe says they will be just fine with a strong sprint/jumps crew and incoming transfer Jeremy Lawson from Gainesville. West Florida Tech, our second ranked team's success will depend on the health of two-sport standout Valentino Espinoza who didn't compete at the state meet in 2015. We rank every boys team in class 2A!
Any time a high school student takes on the role of being a student athlete, you'll find a person who is dedicated, determined and driven. Those words truly describe Hallandale High School's track and field standout Kimani Rushing. Rushing decided to forego her senior track season for the Chargers when she enrolled at the University of Florida at the beginning of the month.
July 1st marked the initial contact period for the class of 2016 athletes to be recruited. We reached out to some of our top 2015 standouts to get their take on the process and offer advice.
Antwuan Musgrove a Baylor University signee and 2A 110m hurdle state champion will go head to head with fellow South Florida hurdler Damion Thomas as well as some of the nation's best at the 2015 Brooks PR Invitational.
Hallandale senior Antwuan Musgrove capped off his high school career winning both the 110m and 300m hurdles at the 2A State Finals. Prior to the meet, he committed to Baylor University.
Braxton Canady will be a key component if Paxon can win the boys 2A team title. Who will be the stars of this year's meet and what teams will hoist the championship trophy? Ricky Quintana gives us a preview!
Ransom Everglades junior Lauren Archer is one of the front runners for both the 800 and 1,600m titles after finishing third and fourth respectively at the 2014 state championship. Check out the top individuals and tops in class 2A and how the meet is predicted to play out according to our virtual meet!
Coach Battle's Hallandale Chargers attended the 2015 Florida Relays. Get an all access look in the latest Battle Films Production.
The ladies of Miami Northwestern dominated the field at the 2015 Florida Relays setting US#1's in the 4x1, 4x2, 4x4, and 4x800m relay. No other team is even close. STA sits at number two by the narrowest of points over Hallandale. Check out the top 25 teams regardless of class.
Coach Battle gives us on all access look at the Hallandale Chargers trip to Texas Relays. Stay tuned in the coming weeks as we follow Hallandale on their journey to a state title!
From the state capital of Florida, Tallahassee, the host of the FSU Relays to Austin, Texas the site of the Texas Relays, the Sunshine states' best were at it again! Check out all the highlights in our Sprint To The Finish.
After dominating the Bob Hayes Invitational and USF/Steinbrenner Invitational the ladies of Miami Northwestern had the weekend off. Well, sort of. Our top ranked team still practiced during the week to gear up for Florida Relays. See the top 25 teams in the state regardless of class!
Six of the top eight teams in our boys Super 25 team rankings are in 4A. Dr. Phillips leads the way after another team victory at the Seminole Invitational in Clermont.
It is well documented that Hallandale Magnet High School has become one of the nation's premiere programs for producing elite hurdlers. Chanel Freeman has quickly thrust herself at the top of the list for being one of our nations best hurdlers.
The top teams in our girls Super 25 reside in South Florida with Miami Northwestern, Southridge, and Ransom Everglades in Dade County and Hallandale, St. Thomas Aquinas, and Northeast in neighboring Broward. Both counties have their championships this week so we could see some shifting next week. Check out the top 25 girls teams in the state!
The Dr. Phillips boys sit still at number one after winning the Brian Jaeger Elite Classic at Winter Park. The Panthers relays came through posting top ten national times in the 4x800, 4x100, and 4x400m relays. Lyman remains at number two while Seminole HS (Sanford) slips into third. See the top 25 boys teams according to our Super 25 Team Rankings.
Miami Northwestern is the top ranked team according to our girls Super 25 team rankings for the third straight week. The Lady Bulls posted 188 points to win the Hallandale Invitational over the host Chargers and Miami Southridge ranked number two and number four in our Super 25. Check out the complete list and see where your team ranks!
The Dr. Phillips boys remain in the top spot of our Super 25 team rankings. The Panthers won the Lake Brantley Classic with 147 points. Lyman was fourth at the meet, but due to their strength in the distance events, and field events (Sean Clarke in pole vault and Adam Shuler in discus), the Greyhounds jump from number six to number two in our Super 25, the largest jump so far this season. Check out the complete list of 25 teams in our Boys Super 25.
Hallandale junior Kimani Rushing leads the state in the 300m hurdles (42.13), long jump 19'2", and triple jump 41'2. She is also third in the 100m hurdles. See the top twenty-five girls in each event!
When the ladies of Miami Northwestern win a meet, they do it in style. The Lady Bulls didn't even make it close at the Southridge Spartan Invitational. They are the top team once again in our girls Super 25 team rankings. Can anyone catch them? Check out the complete list!
Antwuan Musgrove, Hallandale Magnet High School's Track and Field hurdle superstar is running out front leading the nation with his 37.01 in the 300m hurdles at the 2015 Louie Bing Invitational.
In 2014, Oliver Alexandre was introduced to the sport of track & field after being approached by his head coach John Battle after one of his football games where he had shown impressive speed on the football field running down a quick footed running back from McArthur High School.
The ladies of Miami Northwestern are a South Florida powerhouse and at the 2015 Louie Bing Classic they went head to head with St. Thomas Aquinas, but it was no contest. The Bulls bulldozed the Raiders 182-124.5 in the team standings. They are the top team in our girls Super 25 Power Rankings.
Hallandale senior Oliver Alexandre kicked off the 2015 season with a bang running a personal best, state leading, and US#1 time of 47.55 in the 400m at the Louie Bing Classic. See the top twenty-five performances in every event!
Day one of the Louie Bing Classic showcased the field events, prelims in the sprints/hurdles/relays, and finals in the 1600 and 3200m. Check out over 900 photos from Teri Bernhardt-Rodriguez as well as day one race videos and interviews.
Fast track, fast individuals, fast times. Check. The 2015 Louie Bing Classic at the Ansin Sports Complex in Miramar has the makings to set the standards for the state and national leaderboards! Check out our virtual meet!
The Bolles girls edged out Hallandale by ONE point in 2014 to win the 2A state championship. This year the Lady Bulldogs should have an easier task as they return a majority of that squad. The cross country state champions will use their distance prowess to their advantage in the 4x800m relay, 800, 1,600 and 3,200m events. Miami Jackson, Ransom Everglades, Pine Crest, and Hallandale should all compete for the runner-up spot. See our top 2A girls teams heading into the 2015 season.
West Florida Tech. They are the team to beat in 2015? The Jaguars located in Pensacola, Florida return 2A's top thrower in senior Dane Stolsig, a Rice signee, as well as hurdler Valentinoa Espinosza and the runner-up 4x800m relay from 2014. South Florida powers Booker T. Washington and Hallandale who finished 1-2 last year look to battle it out for the runner-up spot on the podium.
The indoor season has yet to hit Florida, but that isn't stopping Sunshine States athlete from taking their talents elsewhere to compete. Tamani Wilson of Lincoln, running unattached posted a US#1 in the 400m while Kayla Heard, Damion Thomas and a host of athletes from Hallandale High School headed to Baton Rouge for the LSU High School Classic.
2014 has been a dream season for the young star from Hallandale "Hurdle" High School. Kimani Rushing's journey began no different than any other high school student. As a freshman in 2012, Kimani competed as a 100m and 200m sprinter. During that time, track and field was a hobby to her, not a passion. After getting a taste of high school track and field, she considered her freshmen year a disappointment.
This year the Chargers only lost the state title by one point to Bolles High School. Two seniors from this 2A state runner-up team are now going off to college together, to be teammates for the next four years. Edquisha Alvin and Tierra Lacey recently just signed to USF together and will definitely make an impact as freshmen.
In this series we take a look at state championship and runner-up coaches, their outlook on the team, the season, and the future of the program. Coach John Battle has been at Hallandale "Hurdle" Hurdle High School for thirteen years and in that time has racked up five podium finishes including a 2A runner-up trophy for his girls in 2014.
Who are the powerhouse programs and track & field factories of the United States? Which team produces the best milers, quarter milers, half milers, two milers, sprinters, and hurdlers? Well MileSplit has those answers for you as our database can do a lot of things including show the deepest high school teams in each running event by taking the top 5 fastest on each team and scoring like a cross country meet. We can even show the average time and time difference between their top 5 best athletes in an event on their squads. See which Florida squads made the list!
Peter Cabrera headed over to Hallandale High School AKA "Hurdle High" this week as the Chargers prepare for the state meet. Year in and year out Coch Battle's squad is deep in the hurdling department. Check out some of the drills they do and their thoughts as one of the top ranked teams on both the boys and girls side.
For class 3A and 4A it's regional finals time and then the state meet in less than two weeks. We wanted to see how the top team's stacked up in our 4A Super 25 Power Rankings. These rankings were calculated by scoring the rankings as a meet. We scored 25 deep for individuals and 25 deep for relays.For example, for individuals 1st place received 25 points for their team, on down to 1 point for 25th place. (Rankings as of 4/20/2014.)
For class 1A and 2A it's two weeks of grinding and sweat-filled practices with the state meet closing in on Friday May 2, 2014. We wanted to see how the top team's stacked up in our 2A Super 25 Power Rankings. These rankings were calculated by scoring the rankings as a meet. We scored 25 deep for individuals and 25 deep for relays.For example, for individuals 1st place received 25 points for their team, on down to 1 point for 25th place. (Rankings as of 4/19/2014.)
Our newest videographer Peter Cabrera was down in South Florida where the performances sizzled like the temperatures outside. Tons of race videos/interviews of all the action as Booker T Boys and Hallandale girls took home 2A Region 4 trophies. Next time you see him at meets make sure you say hello and give him a warm flrunners welcome!
Two sophomores headline the girl's 2A leaderboard. Pine Crest distance star Julia Montgomery is number one in the 1600 and 3200m, while Hallandale's Kimani Rushing has the hurdles/jumps on lock with the top marks in the 300 hurdles and a nationally ranked triple jump best. On the boy's side Booker T. Washington senior Nigel Bethel is tops in the 100m and 200m and a key part of the Tornadoes nationally ranked 4x1 and 4x4 relays.See where you stack up against the best in your class. Rankings as of 4/9/2014.
These rankings were calculated by scoring the rankings as a meet. We scored 25 deep for individuals and 25 deep for relays.For example, for individuals 1st place received 25 points for their team, on down to 1 point for 25th place.
The drive from West Palm Beach was going to be a long one. So head coach John Battle III decided to bring his team up the night before so they could relax, get a look at the track and be ready for Saturday’s meet. It worked. The Chargers, boys and girls captured team titles at the massive invitational that drew more than 60 schools from all over the state.
We are getting into the heart of the season. The state championship is less than two months away. We wanted to see which teams would have the best shot at podium finishes if we crunched the numbers today. We scored 10 deep for individuals and ten deep for relays with first place receiving ten points for their team on down to one point for tenth place. Rankings as of 3/13/2014.
The class of 2012, held some very talented athletes all around. Two of those athletes Shayla Sanders and Kyri Tabor, were on top of their game in high school leading the competition, but going to college was a whole different ball game. Both suffered freshman season ending injuries that forced them to reevaluate many things.
Hallandale senior Regine Williams and Nease senior Ceolamar Ways are this week's Athletes of the Week. Two weeks after a serious car accident, Williams claimed district titles in the 100 and 200, and finished third in the long jump. She set new personal bests of 11.70 and 23.76 in the 100 and 200. Her 200 mark is the sixth fastest high school time in the U.S. for 2013. Ways has spent 2013 focusing on the shorter sprints and has put up some very impressive times. His 20.93 set at the 3A District 3 Championship was the third fastest time in the nation behind two other Floridians Kendal Williams and Trayvon Bromell. All three will battle it out in the 100 and 200 meter next weekend at the 3A State Finals.
Tabarie Henry's road to London wasn't the smoothest path. Henry started his high school career at Miami Norland and then transferred to Hallandale High School. Due to academic problems, he was unable to run and says the situation was pretty bad.