Kansas Indoor Meet Calendar
12/8, B&B Race KC Youth/HS Holiday Track Festival, Kansas City, MO. 12/8, Charlie Foster Classic, Kearney, NE. 12/8, Crimson and Gold Invitational, Pittsburg. All-Time Kansas High School Bests . Oliver Bradwell, Junct City (–summer , no school team). METER HIGH HURDLES .. Olathe East (). State Outdoor, and USATF sanctioned national meets, are not accepted. May 24, PM. Olathe East boys and girls dominate regional track at Blue Valley With clear control throughout the Kansas Class 6A regional track meet at Blue Valley on Friday, the Olathe East boys and girls teams both had reason.
Payton Stumbagh of Har-Ber High School in Arkansas was the top performer in the girls hurdles as easily the leading qualifier the meter hurdles Stumbagh will look to see if she can run close to or best her meter hurdles PR of Har-Ber teammate Amanda Dillon was the top performer in the girls meter dash prelims with a It was a runaway win for Francis Howell as the next closest finishing squad was 29 seconds back in the Pine Creek squad 2nd, The meter winner 5 hours earlier, Kristen Adams continued her great day with a 5: Adams was the only leg in the whole race to split under 5: Meanwhile, the boys team proving to have the most distance depth at the Kansas Relays went to the Olathe North boys as they claimed the 4x race in a time of The Olathe North boys out of Kansas were anchored to victory by Nathan Wickeron, who had a lifetime best split of 4: Wickeron and the Olathe North squad were able to hold off a stiff challenge from Nebraska's Omaha Creighton Prep 2nd, In the distance medley relay for the girls, the Lee-Summit West squad from Missouri led from the first handoff after a 3: Nolke had to really run with Bailey Sullivan from Lawrence-Free State KS trying hard to win for her school and the home crowd as she made up 4 seconds in time with a 5: Sullivan has run 5: Kristen Adams hopefully is done for the weekend as after winning the in a After getting second earlier in the day in the 4x by only a few seconds in a 16 lap race, the Omaha Creighton Prep boys of Nebraska were not going to be denied another first place finish in the DMR to end their evening.
He continued to push the issue in the backstretch and only one kid stayed with him as they began to separate themselves from the remainder of the field. Going into the second turn, though, he had some doubt and it messed him up a little.
Before the race I had pointed to the flags and tried to caution him about the wind, and he told me later that this made him nervous. He had great momentum going into the turn, but decided not to keep the lead and instead slowed way down and ducked behind because I had him worried about the wind.
In retrospect I wonder if he had maintained his momentum and aggression if the end result would have been different. It certainly did seem that after the far turn of the third lap he kind of lost his fire.Christian PRT Track Meet 4-20-2017
I think at a minimum he and the kid who was trying to stay with him might have further separated themselves from the field and he might have guaranteed himself a second place finish. The third lap was only an 89, but it was a well run lap, and would certainly have been at least an 84 if Wyatt had maintained the attack. Fighting for 3rd The fourth lap got tougher. In the end he ran an 82 final lap trying really hard to hang on to a podium spot.
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He lost third to another kid from Frontier Trail by only 0. He ran to win.
Then he turned around an hour and a half later and ran the m to the best of his ability with what he had left in a very respectable 2: The winner was around 2: