List of United States high school national records in track and field - Wikipedia
High School: 55H - , 60H - (HS), H - (HS) / (39") (SOPHOMORE): Represented Trinidad & Tobago in the London Olympics, Placed second in five home meets - Reveille Invitational (), Texas A&M. Wayne Invitational HS. Tuesday, April 4, Wayne High Jump Varsity · Pole Vault Varsity Dr. Ralph Mann - The Breakthrough Concept - Trials Su. Track and Field Roster Hometown: Fort Wayne, IN vaulting to a sixth place finish (m) in the pole vault at the Blue and Gold Invitational. from Bishop Dwenger High School in the spring of lettered three times in track.
Won eight conference track and four conference cross country meets. Founded and managed the Oakwood Relays. Coached two college All -Americans.
Barb has over four decades of service and dedication coupled with a desire to see our sports continually grow for the betterment of athletes in our charge. Her roles as coach, registered official, and meet administrator have been models for young people entering our sport.
The athletes of Kettering Fairmont High School were the beneficiaries of her coaching expertise where she served as the distance coach from The rest of the state has been the beneficiary of her officiating expertise, especially in the high jump where she is recognized and appreciated by athletes from all around Ohio.
She has officiated every age group from junior high dual meets to high school invitationals and up to and including numerous roles at the OHSAA State Championships. She is respected by everyone with whom she comes in contact and is truly and ambassador of track and field in the State of Ohio. Therefore, because of her many efforts on behalf of our sports, the athletes and coaches, and her community, we are proud to recognize Barb Charske as the Ed Barker Award winner.
Coached girls cross country at these schools since Coached track at East from through Won eight boys and three girls league cross country meets. Won one boys and two girls district cross country meets. Coached one individual state cross country champion. Founded and managed the East Cross Country Invitational. Founded and managed the Mideast Cross Country Championships in through the present. He continued to coach for the next 42 years.
He has also been an official since Neal is a proud member of 4 Halls of Fame for both coaching and officiating. During his career, Neal has worked in many capacities. He is past and present meet director for the Dayton District in Cross Country. He has worked at many USA track meets, both National and local.
Inhe was chosen to clerk at the Atlanta Olympics. At the State level in Ohio, Neal has served as clerk and starter for the State meet in track and clerk for cross country. Neal is especially proud that he developed the Mid -East Cross Country Championships, an all-star meet for the top senior runners from 4 states.
On a State Association level, Mr. Locally, he is the driving force behind the Southwest Dayton Officiating group. Founder, editor, and publisher of "Ohio Indoor Report" for eight years from through Dedicated to the promotion of high school track and cross country. For many years his newspaper was the major source of statewide track and field and cross country information. Promoted track and field throughout Ohio.
Was major source ofcommunication of the sport. Carson has been involved in track and field since He served Minster School as an elementary teacher, guidance counselor, district special education representative and athletic director. He started the junior high track program and was boys varsity coach for fifteen years. During that time his team qualified for the State Meet in every event and finished third in The program always had thirty-five to forty-eight boys participating.
He also coached high school athletes internationally at meets in seven countries. As athletic director for sixteen years, he was a founding member of the Midwest Athletic Conference. In he implemented the girl's athletic program at Minster. He was a recruiting source for coaches coast to coast and a contributing information source for local, state, and national publications. Carson is also an Army combat veteran of Vietnam, having served with the 82nd Airborne and 1st Infantry Divisions.
Because of his many efforts on behalf of our sports, the athletes and coaches, and his community, we are proud to recognize Carson Cheek as the Ed Barker Award winner. Under his guidance, his CC teams have had 47 invitational wins and 46 invitational runner-ups. His boys teams have qualified for the State meet 7 times and his girls teams four times.
Willie Wiley in and Kim Malarkey in were State runner-ups. The girls placed second in and third in Coach Clark has also had 51 State CC qualifiers. He has had 52 individual State track qualifiers. Besides his coaching, Clark has helped the sport in other ways. He proposed the State CC poll in and has coordinated it ever since. In and this deserving man organized an unofficial girls State meet to promote girls cross country. A 30 year coach, his last 23 at Zanesville High School, Wayne enjoyed an enviable record of success.
Under his guidance, Zanesville won 22 League and District titles in track and a n- other 16 League and District titles in cross country. His teams also went on to win Regional Runner -up and Regional Championship trophies. Whether as a decorated Army veteran of the Vietnam War, or as a official at the Atlanta Olympiad, Wayne Clark continues to represent Ohio on a national level that makes all of us who know him, proud to call him friend. Clark served as manager for the Ohio team at both meets.
Won two state meet titles and was runnerup three times. Coached 13 individual state meet winners. Has coached cross country at Alliance since Won the state high school track meet in and tied for first in Has won four league track and three league cross country meets in four years of league participation.
Has coached six individuals who have won state high school track meet events, and one individual who won the state high school cross country meet. Bob was a District representative, served on the coaching staff for the Ohio Team at the Midwest Meet of Champions for six years.
Also he was the head coach for one year, Her was the Association President for Won one boys state cross country championship. Won one district and conference track meets. Coached one individual state cross country champions.
Was the three time state meet champion in the pole vault in, and Finished second in National Junior Olympics. Lincoln Cobb They say that when Albert Einstein died, he was still trying to figure out gravity. Despite this lack of facilities, Lincoln won the State Champion title in the long jump as a sophomore and then came back to repeat as State Champion as a junior.
Also in his junior year, Lincoln qualified to the State Meet in the M and M events where he qualified to the finals and finished third in both events earning Pettisville a 3rd place team finish and just missing the podium. Not bad for a kid with no track.
What if he had the advantage that so many others take for granted? At the end of the day, Lincoln had won the long jump for a third time, added another state title in the M, taken second in the M, scored 28 points, and won the State Championship team trophy for Pettisville.
Lincoln now lives in Mason, Ohio. Won two district and nine league championships. Coached two individual State High School track Meet winners. In the M, Maureen ran 5: It was in college where Maureen set records of which most people can only dream.
Following college, Maureen continued her running career competing at the national class level for the Bob Schul Racing Team from Set the national high school record in the in the state high school track meet. Also won two other events in that meet.
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Ran on the second place 4 X meter relay team in the Olympics. Won one big ten conference title. Scored in one national AAU An outstanding runner in high school and college, Julie brought her expertise to Berkshire and created a running environment that epitomizes success and annually turns out champions at all levels.
The Badgers have qualified to the Regional Meet 51 times with four of those winning Regional Championships and twelve winning Runner-up titles. There have been 47 individual state qualifiers, 16 of whom have earned All-Ohio honors.
In track, the success has been the same. Twenty-six league championships have been followed up by 14 District Championships and 13 District Runner-up titles.
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The Badgers have won one Regional Meet and they have been Runners-up on five other occasions. Individually, 90 individuals have qualified to the State Meet and Berkshire relays have qualified 42 times. Three State Champion relays and four State Runner-up relays round out an impressive resume of State Championship performances. She continues to coach at Berkshire and lives in Chardon, Ohio. Coverage will begin as soon as possible with the Field Events taking place first.
Haugh Track and Field Complex, and just like every other year, it should not disappoint. The meet will get underway at approximately 3: There were a lot of races that went exactly as expected and some that completely blindsided everyone. Below, you will find the top 10 boys Sectional performances in each event.
All 32 Girls Sectional will take place this Tuesday!
Make sure you check Indiana Runner early and often for the quickest results. The three-day meet begins Friday at 11 a. As we enter the post-season with Girls Sectionals on Tuesday, May 20th and boys the following Thursday, the top 25 performance lists are beginning to reflect those who will be competing in Bloomington just about 3 weeks from now. Looking down the lists, many performances stick out as especially impressive.
The Franklin Central Showcase Miracle Mile entries have been finalized and the heat sheets are out!
14th Annual Wayne Invitational
Boys Fast Heat 9: Can be found here: We will run as close as possible, but the event may run ahead or behind schedule. It is the athletes job to pay attention so they do not miss their check in and races 3: On Friday, the group will sponsor a banquet for all members in Indianapolis.
Instructions for mailed entries can be found in the link below: The winner of the contest was set up to win some free IR gear for themselves and friends. We received lots of creative and unique design submissions. So many, […] November 30th, — Punching Their Tickets!
On a beautiful day in Kenosha, Wisconsin, hundreds of athletes took to the famous UW-Parkside Cross Country Course with the goal of earning a top 10 position and the opportunity for a trip to San Diego, California on Dec. Indiana Runner is excited to announce the meet information for the Indiana Runner Distance Showcase. This will be the second time the meet will be held on a Saturday.
The race was highlighted not only by the performances of the favorites coming into Saturday, but also by those who stepped up and surprised us all with their […] November 1st, — IR Boys State Meet Preview By: On the boys side, we will focus on the following: Why waste time with anymore of a preface than that?
After months of summer conditioning, intense workouts, and racing, we finally know which 24 boys and girls teams will challenge for the IHSAA State Cross Country Championship! The argument comes up every year as frustrated small schools […] October 24th, — Full Semi-State Previews by the IR Staff Just two days before the biggest weekend of action this cross country season, our staff semi-state specialists have each compiled a preview and predictions for each of the 8 semi-state races.Coalinga High School Track Meet 2012 Varsity Girls 4x100 Meter Relay
Check the images and links below to view each preview! She has only lost a few times this season, and those losses were to the absolute best in the state. Sean Eberly Teams The Favorites: Northridge Raiders In case you were wondering, the last team to be crowned as State Champions from the northeast were the Raiders in This team has the capability to run well and come out with the gold.
Teams will gather at four sites regionally located across the state, and will go to battle for a state meet berth. It has seen the rise and fall of so many teams and individuals throughout the season. Colin Altevogt Girls coordinator Schools participating: It has already become a mainstay in the Indiana cross country community.