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400 METERS

CALI THE MOST DOMINATE WITH 4 ALL-TIME.   FL and TX 1 Each.

44.69 Darrell Robinson (Wilson, Tacoma, Washington) 1982
44.84(A) *Justin Robinson (West, Hazelwood, Missouri) 2019
44.91 ————J. Robinson 2020
44.99 *Jamal Walton’ (Miramar, Florida) 2017
45.01 Jerome Young (Prince Tech, Hartford, Connecticut) 1995
45.04(A) ————*J. Robinson 2019
45.05 ————*Walton’ 2017
45.07 ————*J. Robinson 2019
45.09 Henry Thomas (Hawthorne, California) 1985
45.14 **Obea Moore (Muir, Pasadena, California) 1995
**10 performances by 6 performers**
45.17 *William Reed (Central, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 1987
45.19 Aldrich Bailey (Timberview, Arlington, Texas) 2012
45.19 *Michael Norman (Vista Murrieta, Murrieta, California) 2015
45.20 Zach Shinnick (Damien, La Verne, California)
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HS 110 HURDLES (39″)

Cali with 3.  NC well represented in the sprints 

13.08 Wayne Davis (Southeast, Raleigh, North Carolina) 2009
13.19 ————Davis 2009
13.22 *Jamar Marshall (St. Mary’s, Stockton, California) 2019
13.25 Marcus Krah (Hillside, Durham, North Carolina) 2016
13.25 ————Krah 2016
13.26+ Arthur Blake (Haines City, Florida) 1984
13.27 Kurt Powdar (Smith, Chesapeake, Virginia) 2019
13.30 Chris Nelloms (Dunbar, Dayton, Ohio) 1990
13.31 ————Davis 2009
13.32 Ricardo Moody (Harrison, Colorado Springs, Colorado) 1999
13.32 ————Krah 2016
13.32 *Eric Edwards (Langham Creek, Houston, Texas) 2017
**12 performances by 8 performers**
13.33 Joseph Anderson (Upland, California) 2017
13.34 *Terrence Trammell (Southwest DeKalb, Decatur, Georgia) 1996
Hand timing:
12.9y Renaldo Nehemiah (Scotch Plains-Fanwood, Scotch Plains, New Jersey) 1977
13.0y ————Nehemiah 1977
ALL-CONDITIONS
13.08 Wayne Davis (Southeast, Raleigh, North Carolina) 2009
13.15w Brendan Ames (Central, Cheyenne, Wyoming) 2007
13.16w ————Davis 2009
13.18w Arthur Blake (Haines City, Florida) 1984
13.19 ————Davis 2009
13.19w Chad Zallow (Kennedy, Warren, Ohio) 2015
13.22 *Jamar Marshall (St. Mary’s Stockton, California) 2019
13.25 Marcus Krah (Hillside, Durham, North Carolina) 2016
13.25 ————Krah 2016
13.26+ ————Blake 1984
13.26w Ted Ginn (Glenville, Cleveland, Ohio) 2004
**11 performances by 7 performers**
13.27w Johnathan Cabral (Agoura, Agoura Hills, California) 2011
13.27 Kurt Powdar (Smith, Chesapeake, Virginia) 2019
13.28w Thomas Wilcher (Central, Detroit, Michigan)
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INTERNATIONAL 110 HURDLES (42″)
13.74 *Kevin Craddock (Logan, Union City, California) 2004
13.76 Jason Richardson (Cedar Hill, Texas) 2004
13.77 ————*Craddock 2004
13.82 ————*Craddock 2004
13.83 Glenn Terry (Sycamore, Cincinnati, Ohio) 1989
13.83 ————*Craddock 2004
13.84 Arthur Blake (Haines City, Florida) 1984
13.85 Kenneth Ferguson (Mumford, Detroit, Michigan) 2002
13.87 Terrence Trammell (Southwest DeKalb, Decatur, Georgia) 1997
13.87 Ricardo Moody (Harrison, Colorado Springs, Colorado) 1999
**10 performances by 7 performers**
13.89 Renaldo Nehemiah (Scotch Plains-Fanwood, Scotch Plains, New Jersey) 1977
13.91 *Phillip Riley (Jones, Orlando, Florida) 1990
13.91 JoVesa Naivalu’ (Fremont, Sunnyvale, California) 1996
13.91 Booker Nunley (Garner, North Carolina) 2008
Hand timed:
13.5 Nehemiah 1977
ALL-CONDITIONS
13.73w(A) Milan Stewart (West Covina, California) 1978
13.74 *Kevin Craddock (Logan, Union City, California) 2004
13.75w Todd Matthews (Notre Dame, Lawrenceville, New Jersey) 1998
13.76w Ricardo Moody (Harrison, Colorado Springs, Colorado) 1999
13.76 Jason Richardson (Cedar Hill, Texas) 2004
13.77 ————*Craddock 2004
13.82w *Phillip Riley (Jones, Orlando, Florida) 1990
18.82w Michael Thomas (Kimball, Dallas, Texas) 2000
13.82 ————*Craddock 2004
13.83 Glenn Terry (Sycamore, Cincinnati, Ohio) 1989
13.83 ————*Craddock 2004
**11 performances by 8 performers**
13.84 Arthur Blake (Haines City, Florida) 1984
13.85 Kenneth Ferguson (Mumford, Detroit, Michigan) 2002
Hand timed:
13.5 Renaldo Nehemiah (Scotch Plains-Fanwood, Scotch Plains, New Jersey) 1977
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300 HURDLES
35.02 Reggie Wyatt (La Sierra, Riverside, California) 2009
35.25(A) *Thomas Burns (Northwestern, Miami, Florida) 2017
35.28 Jeshua Anderson (Taft, Woodland Hills, California) 2007
35.32 George Porter (Cabrillo, Lompoc, California) 1985
35.33 *Robert Griffin (Copperas Cove, Texas) 2007
35.34 ————Anderson 2007
35.39 Bershawn Jackson (Central, Miami, Florida) 2002
35.42 Kerron Clement (La Porte, Texas) 2003
35.45 David Klech (California, San Ramon, California) 2006
35.47 ————Clement 2003
35.47(A) ————*Griffin 2007
35.47(A) ————Burns 2018
**12 performances by 8 performers**
35.51 Bennie Brazell (Westbury, Houston, Texas) 2001
35.52(A) Marion Humphrey (Hoover, Alabama) 2018
Hand Timed:
35.3 Arthur Blake (Haines City, Florida) 1984
400 HURDLES
49.38 Kenneth Ferguson (Mumford, Detroit, Michigan) 2002
49.56 *Robert Griffin (Copperas Cove, Texas) 2007
49.70 *William Wynne (McEachern, Powder Springs, Georgia) 2007
49.77 *Kerron Clement (La Porte, Texas) 2002
49.78 Reggie Wyatt (La Sierra, Riverside, California) 2009
49.79 Jason Richardson (Cedar Hill, Texas) 2004
49.83 ————Ferguson 2002
49.84 ————Wynne 2008
49.88 Cory Poole (East Orange, New Jersey) 2017
49.8(A) Bob Bornkessel (Shawnee Mission North, Mission, Kansas) 1968
**10 performances by 8 performers**
49.97 Rai Benjamin’ (Mt. Vernon, New York) 2015
50.00 Bershawn Jackson (Central, Miami, Florida) 2002
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4 x 100  

The Texas Show The only HS State to run sub 40 with 5 different schools accomplishing it 9 times.

39.76 Wyatt, Ft. Worth, Texas 1998
39.80 ————Wyatt 1998
39.80 Memorial, Port Arthur, Texas 2017
39.80 Seven Lakes, Katy, Texas 2018
39.82 ————Wyatt 1998
39.92 ————Wyatt 1998
39.95 Forest Brook, Houston, Texas 2001
39.98 The Woodlands, Texas 2018
39.99 ————Wyatt 1998
40.00 Marshall, Missouri City, Texas 2019
**10 performances by 6 schools**
40.05 Eisenhower, Houston, Texas 2006
40.06 Bowie, Arlington, Texas 2003
40.08 Manvel, Texas 2017
40.08 Cedar Hill, Texas
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4 x 200
1:23.25 The Woodlands, Texas 2018
1:23.31 Wyatt, Ft. Worth, Texas 1998
1:23.38 Marshall, Missouri City, Texas 2019
1:23.42 Seven Lakes, Katy, Texas 2018
1:23.52 Memorial, Port Arthur, Texas 2017
1:23:58 Judson, Converse, Texas 2018
1:23.67 ————Wyatt 1998
1:23.78 Glenville, Cleveland, Ohio 2004
1:23.81 ————The Woodlands 2017
1:23.84

————Memorial

**10 performances by 7 schools**
1:23.92 Hightower, Missouri City, Texas 2007
1:23.99 Cedar Hill, Texas 2021
1:23.9 Forest Brook, Houston, Texas
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4 x 400

Gotta Give up that Cali love.  That 1985 record was

recorded at the Texas Relays vs. the Tx best

Everyone was hyped with them going up against Roy 

Martin and Dallas Roosevelt.  An Epic HS matchup 

and Hawthorne went to another level

The year before Roosevelt had the 2nd best record with a 3:09:00 flat. 

There will never be another 2 HS bring that type of talent to the 

4x400.  

3:07.40 Hawthorne, California 1985
3:08.05 New Bern, North Carolina 2009
3:08.42 Serra, Gardena, California 2010
3:08.55 West Brook, Beaumont, Texas 1994
3:08.66 Muir, Pasadena, California 1996
3:08.72 ————Muir 1997
3:08.72 ————Serra 2010
3:08.75 ————Muir 1996
3:08.92 ————Muir 1996
3:08.94 Berkeley, California 1981
**10 performances by 6 schools**
3:09.00 Roosevelt, Dallas, Texas 1984
3:09.40+ Johnson, Austin, Texas 1991
3:09.59 Dominguez, Compton, California 2008
3:09.64 Forest Brook, Houston, Texas 1983
3:09.64+ Longview, Texas
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A Look back at the talent in that 1985 TX Relays 100m Dash recognize those names.  Old LA times article

AUSTIN, Tex. — 

Dallas Roosevelt’s Roy Martin, rated the nation’s top schoolboy athlete by Track & Field News, blazed to a Texas Relays record and second best all-time U.S. high school 100-meter mark of 10.18 seconds Friday night.

Martin’s time on a windless night at Memorial Stadium was just .02 of a second off the all-time best by Houston McTear of Baker (Fla.) in 1976.

Joe DeLoach of Bay City, Tex., finished second in 10.26, the fourth best all-time mark. The third best of 10.23 is held by Johnny Jones of Lampasas, Tex., now a wide receiver for the New York Jets.

Martin, who said he plans to attend Southern Methodist, was behind coming out of the blocks but caught and passed DeLoach in the last 30 yards.

Californian Henry Thomas of Hawthorne High School was disqualified for a false start in the prelimaries.
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HAWTHORNE and F.W WYATT'S 4x400 and 4x100 times may never be eclipsed.  Most ridiculous times for HS teams. 

Great article and Hawthorne got a special exemption just to bring those guys to face the Texas guys.  That was one helluva meet with Texas and Cali going at it in the Sprints and Relays.  

https://www.dailybreeze.com/2010/05/29/hawthornes-25-year-old-national-mark-in-4x400-relay-stands-test-of-time/

“I remember the Texas fans were incredibly interested – better words would be wild and unruly,” Marsh said with a laugh. “They were completely enchanted with Roy Martin and held him in incredibly high regard. I don’t think they were familiar with our team and grossly underestimated the talent we brought to the table.”

They found out when Graham took the baton with a 5-meter lead.

Halfway through, he was caught – but not passed.

“I remember watching down the backstretch like it was yesterday,” Thomas said. “I believe one of the guys from Decatur High in Texas ran up on Michael Graham at the 200-meter mark. I think they might have had a few elbows.

“Going into the second 200, Michael was just too strong and that’s when he extended the lead.”

Graham ran a 47.7, Kelly went 47.1, and Thomas had a huge lead and could have coasted to victory. But Martin was going to be on his team’s anchor leg, too.

“I knew I had to do my part,” Thomas said. “I know I was running hard because I knew what I had to do. Sometimes you get in that zone and can feel it.

“I don’t know what the split was in the first 200, but when you’re running fast you can feel it in your arms, legs, breathing. It was like a good controlled sprint for 400 meters and I didn’t get tired.”

Thomas crossed the line after an incredible lap of 44.5 seconds. The team time was 3:07.40

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Dang you.  How can I sleep without replying.  :)   Track (in Homer Simpson voice).  My sister went with friends to the Montreal Games.  
 

I think I was sprinting my 3rd year in ‘76.   Lam Jones and Harvey Glance (Houston McTear too but he didn’t compete) were my idols.  Don’t recall the year, but Dad took me to hear Marty Glickman speak as well.  I was hooked.  Dad was literally in tears shaking his hand.  They chatted for a good 10 min.  I was in awe of him.  Dad told me so much about him.  I wanted to be the fastest kid on the block.  
 

Name the sport lol.  Would be a fun thread to have.  Who was your idol.  We’ll know ages pretty quick lol.  
One choice: 

Seaver, Glance, Barry Beck, Dave Jennings,  Jimmy Connors, Marshal Holman, Jack, Pele (Cosmos) and Robert (Bob) McAdoo for me.  :) 
 

GN brethren.  
 

 

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10 minutes ago, golfaddict1 said:

Dang you.  How can I sleep without replying.  :)   Track (in Homer Simpson voice).  My sister went with friends to the Montreal Games.  
 

I think I was sprinting my 3rd year in ‘76.   Lam Jones and Harvey Glance (Houston McTear too but he didn’t compete) were my idols.  Don’t recall the year, but Dad took me to hear Marty Glickman speak as well.  I was hooked.  Dad was literally in tears shaking his hand.  They chatted for a good 10 min.  I was in awe of him.  Dad told me so much about him.  I wanted to be the fastest kid on the block.  
 

Name the sport lol.  Would be a fun thread to have.  Who was your idol.  We’ll know ages pretty quick lol.  
One choice: 

Seaver, Glance, Barry Beck, Dave Jennings,  Jimmy Connors, Marshal Holman, Jack, Pele (Cosmos) and Robert (Bob) McAdoo for me.  :) 
 

GN brethren.  
 

 

Look what I uncovered.  Not the greatest footage.  But you can look that 1985 Texas Relays and understand why Texans were in awe of Martin.  The 1st race is him smoking the anchor in the 4x100.  Go to 11:40 mark that 4x400 is in this video.   Martin ran a 44.8 anchor for Roosevelt and Henry Thomas ran a 44.5 anchor for Hawthorne. 

Historic Race by Two Storied HS Track and Field Programs. California's Hawthorne HS and Roosevelt from Dallas, Texas. On Anchor Leg two of High School Track and Fields Greatest: Henry "HEAT" Thomas (44.5) & Roy "ROBOT" Martin (44.8) Resulting in a 3:07.40 still standing Boys USA 

 

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9 hours ago, DevilDog said:

Look what I uncovered.  Not the greatest footage.  But you can look that 1985 Texas Relays and understand why Texans were in awe of Martin.  The 1st race is him smoking the anchor in the 4x100.  Go to 11:40 mark that 4x400 is in this video.   Martin ran a 44.8 anchor for Roosevelt and Henry Thomas ran a 44.5 anchor for Hawthorne. 

Historic Race by Two Storied HS Track and Field Programs. California's Hawthorne HS and Roosevelt from Dallas, Texas. On Anchor Leg two of High School Track and Fields Greatest: Henry "HEAT" Thomas (44.5) & Roy "ROBOT" Martin (44.8) Resulting in a 3:07.40 still standing Boys USA 

 

Very cool DD.  Great share.  Martin was moving on the anchor.  In that race I heard the announcer mention football star, so naturally I had to google to learn.  :)   Speed and build, no wonder he reached the NFL.  
4x400 excellence!  @Wooderson

 

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@DevilDogand track aficionados… 

Here’s a vintage 220 yard dash finish in a NJ meet.  
 

1. Skeets Nehemiah 

2 Frank Kelly (RB on ‘77 title team) 

3 Harold (Butch) Woolfolk (RB on ‘77 title team) 


Frank Kelly was actually faster than Butch in the indoor sprint and the 100 yard outdoors.  WTF is Frank Kelly? 
I have no idea lol, but he was an asset to have on the gridiron and track team in 1977 with Westfield.  Both guys ripped low 9’s in the 100 yd.  
 

Butch got faster and I think may still hold a record or two for UM T&F 

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1 hour ago, Wooderson said:

The 3200 is far and away my least favorite event on the track. With that said, 4:16.5 pace is insane and the kid is headed to Flagstaff:

 

Thx for the share wow.  The pace setter was not doing much pacing the last lap and was definitely being pushed by Colin as if he’s telling the guy speed it up pal :)  Once the setter left the stage it was over.  Slow lead and then adios folks.  👍🏻

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https://nsga.com/track-field/
 

@DevilDog@Wooderson

What’s today, Friday?  Let me see now… January, December, 2021, 2020, 2000, 1990  :) 

Its been about 43 years now lol.  2 months time isn’t enough for even a 50 meter dash.  But tell you what… deadline is March 1 as I see it online.  I’m not even sure if I can enter.  But if I can.  
 

50M dash (100M is really gunna cost you lol) 
 

Who’d like to sponsor me :)   
I’ll write  a thread about it.  
 Someone call me unathletic and send me payment any way you wish.  Forum donation one dollar each.  I don’t care.  I’ll enter.  Again.  Deadline March 1 and if I can even enter.  
 

Upon payment received I’ll try to enter.  If I can’t I’ll of course  return all funds.  Have @HawgGoneItcollect.  :)  

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14 hours ago, golfaddict1 said:

@Wooderson Tom Lemming Twitter feed I recommend seeing if he visited AZ yet.  I think any HS recruitnik should follow Tom Lemming as he tours the country and has nicely worded reviews of many recruits.  
 

King Mack has a trio of nice times thus far.  

 

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Kid stronger over 2nd 100m.   Explains his elite 400m time.  

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14 minutes ago, DevilDog said:

Kid stronger over 2nd 100m.   Explains his elite 400m time.  

-2.0 m/s is a deterrent for sure.  His next 100 with a wind gauge and more favorable direction, he’ll be sub 11 I would think.  Switch the - to + and he likely could have run 10.70-10.75 my guesstimate.  

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On 2/27/2022 at 3:42 PM, golfaddict1 said:

 

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@Wooderson@DevilDog what a track name… Lane 4,

Smoke Monday    :) 

I just saw Chase Lucas' name on here and wanted to see if he had any track footage out there from when he was at Chandler; he didn't but there was some evidence of his reign as Arizona's fastest eighth grader.

 

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15 hours ago, Wooderson said:

I just saw Chase Lucas' name on here and wanted to see if he had any track footage out there from when he was at Chandler; he didn't but there was some evidence of his reign as Arizona's fastest eighth grader.

 

Wow, he dusted the field.  Nice add.  I dig the 200.  Such a cool race.   Wonder how James Cook will fare as a pro and will he have a successful NFL career like Dalvin.  Talk about a history of talented RB’s in HS… Miami Central.  


 

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4 hours ago, golfaddict1 said:

Wow, he dusted the field.  Nice add.  I dig the 200.  Such a cool race.   Wonder how James Cook will fare as a pro and will he have a successful NFL career like Dalvin.  Talk about a history of talented RB’s in HS… Miami Central.  


 

I was in attendance for his first varsity game at Chandler back before they were a football power. He was a skinny sophomore for a program that had a reputation as being an elite track team that was moonlighting as a Charmin-soft football team. Skinny or not my Coyotes struggled to catch the kid all night, and before the year was out Chandler would notch a number of notable firsts. The next season they'd win their first football state title.

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