High School Track & Field – Yes, There Phenom Khasya Jordan, This is the best vacation on Preps

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It & # 39; s good to be Jordan Jose Mission Prep in San Luis Obispo (CA). She captured the heart of America and # 39; s working community, competing as a junior in the US Olympic trials last year, not qualifying for the team of Beijing Olympic Games in 2008, but set a national age group and high school overclocking record 4 14:50 1,500-meter semifinal heat.

Hasay this phenomenon, but there are other incredibly talented high school track star who experience their talent and skills in the competition this spring. Here are some of the best remaining:

Laura Roesler from Fargo South High School in Fargo (North Dakota). Khasya Jordan was not only a high schooler in the US Olympic trials. Roesler (pronounced «Race-ler"), a sophomore, was there. She clocked 2: 3:08 in the 800-meter semifinal heat.

Hasay of California on the west coast, the nation and # 39; s largest state with a population of 35 million,% 2B. Rösler from North Dakota in the Midwest state with not even a million people (641,000% 2B in the last resort). Roesler with & # 39 Phenom is also; it just does not get much press. In his freshman and sophomore years Roesler won state titles in the 100, 200, 400 and 800, not bad for a day and # 39; s work.

Chalonda Goodman from Newnan (GA) secondary school. Goodman in rapid way to success, being torn through 100-meter shooting at 11:31, and 200-m at 23:22. She & # 39 is a 3-time protection of the state champion in the 100 and 200, and is looking to capture the headlines again during her senior year.

Donique Flemings from Saginaw High School in Fort Worth (Texas). Donique walk in style after her junior year, setting the car & # 39; EASURES best brands of 13.60 in the 100 Bar & # 39; Jeremiah 40.96 300 Bar & # 39; EASURES and 58.66 in the 400 Bar & # 39; Jeremiah . Its time to set the record 300 Texas high schools. Flemings in the summer and it will be difficult to catch.

Top 5 fastest times 400-meter runners include two runners with Poly High School in Long Beach (CA), Jasmine Joseph (53.15) and Akawkaw Ndipagbor (53.35) and three runners from Florida, Robin Reynolds in Miami Beach (53.10 ), Ebony Eutsey Miami (53.23) and Lanny Whittaker Miami (53.25). How about any of these 4 girls in the 4×400 relay team?

Looking at the stick-outs in the field events? Look no further, try these young female athletes:

Shanay Brisk with Cypress Christian High School in X & # 39; Euston (Texas), in the high jump, she went 6-1.25 as a sophomore when placing 10th in the world Juniors Meet in Poland last year. Shade Weygandt Mansfield (Texas) High School Pole claimed 13-10. Anna Dzhelmini to Shafter (CA) High School thread throwing 183-11. Lauren Chamber Kelly High School in Marietta (GA), season with hammer 184-9. Hannah Carson Dobson High School in Mesa (Arizona), season gavelin 173-7.

Elijah Greer Lake Oswego (OR) High School is shining brightly. Greer ran 1: 47.68 as a junior last year at the World Juniors in Poland. He won the 1500 Oregon title in 3: 57.76, both on the second year and 800 titles in 1: 50.60 as a junior before leaving for the World Cup. Zachary Melon Buffalo (MN) High School ran 1: 48.64. If you do not track down where these guys run, you can not appreciate how quickly they move to 800 meters.

Rynell Parson from Stevens High School in San Antonio (TX) ran 10:23 in the 100 meters. Randall Carroll of Cathedral High School in Los Angeles (CA), covered 200 meters in 20.91 in the past year. Tavares Tate to Starkville (MS) High School toured the 400 meters in 46.39.

Wayne Davis of Southeast High School in Raleigh (North Carolina), ran 13.65 in the 110 hurdles and Reggie Wyatt of La Sierra High School in Riverside (California), with a frequency of 35.71 in the 300 Bar & # 39; EASURES and 50.10 in the 400 Bar & # 39; Jeremiah.

Connor McCullough of Chaminade High School in West Hills (California) dead sur & # 39; ozna refers to the hammer throw; you know, because it scrolls on 260-0 throw last year to set a national record.

Mason Finley with Buena Vista (CO) High School 68-0 shot put and thread salaries 222-1. Marquis Goodwin Rowlett (TX) High School 25-4.75 jumped in the long jump. Bryce Lamb of Chandler (AZ) High School jumped 52-2 in the triple jump. Jack Whitt North High School in Norman (OK) pole vaulted 17-0.

Erik Kynard from Rogers High School in Toledo (Ohio), high jumped 7-3.75 and Ricky Robertson Hernando (MS) High School cleaned 7-3. Justin Shirk Harrisburg (PA) tuck gavelin 221-3 and Johann Swanepoel from Shawnee Mission (KS) records 221-2 throw.

These are just some of the outstanding athletes preparatory to the United States. Each of these in this article, was last year's All-American high school and have to go back to the competition this year.

Copyright © 2009 Ed Bagley

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