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Track and Field set for Indoor Championships

Brentwood High shines at indoor track and field state championships Track and Field set for Indoor Championships
Kristopher Love | 10 March, 2018, 22:10

She missed a year of running with pneumonia and pleurisy just a year after winning a national championship.

She held her third place standing with a leap of 19-8 (5.99) in the long jump, however, the final event saw her drop five spots with a time of 2:35.05 in the 800m. In dojng so, he became the first Syracuse University athlete in 37 years to win multiple individual national titles and fifth overall. This will be the OU senior's third consecutive season to claim indoor first-team All-America honors and her best finish in the event of her three appearances at the NCAA Indoor Championships.

"It's always hard for a freshman (especially looking at my freshman year) to come out and to perform so well, especially at a championship meet. I was definitely feeling really good today..." "We are not going to look at Marco as a freshman, but the fact he knows now that I am good enough, I can take control of the race, and run a strong place and that can make sure I am in the finals".

"It definitely means a lot", said Foster.

Jahisha Thomas won both the triple jump and long jump at the Big Tens, becoming the first-ever Iowa champion in the long jump. "This is the biggest meet of the year during the indoor season and we get to host it in College Station. I've been continuously getting better every year". "I'm not going to worry about things", Smith said to K-State sports. NCAA record? Maybe more than one. She registered a first place finish in the weight throw (17.49m) at the Maine State Open on February 24.

"I'm very confident in my foot speed", Knight said to Cuse.com.

Mia Bennett cemented her status as one of the all-time greats in the history of the Carthage women's track and field program Friday. "I wish I would have ended better with my 800m, but that's just something I need to work on".

Cohen followed up her stellar cross country season with an even more impressive indoor track & field campaign.

Virginia Tech is in first place on the men's side with 16 points and Georgia has run away with the meet on the women's side with 33 points.

"It's the second-best competition I've had this year", said Foster.

"Everyone performed really well during the SEC meet and I think they'll continue rolling off that momentum".

First-Team: Rickie Harvie, Fr., Mile; Geoffrey Kipchumba, Sr., 300 meter, Distance medley relay; Owen Hind, Sr., 5,000 meters; Jacob Suchors, Jr., Distance medley relay; Brandon Rivera, Jr., Distance medley relay; Tobia Lahbi, Jr., Distance medley relay.

Sophomore and distance runner Collin Dylla earned 10 points for PCC after winning the 1,000-meter race with a time of 2 minutes, 30.18 seconds.