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Hot Link: Prep Track and Field Below is a link to a nice Omaha World-Herald article written by Kevin White featuring the publication’s annual comparison of top state meet championship times and distances from Iowa and Nebraska. In the article White comment s that he would “pay to see” Cedar Falls senior James Harrington, Iowa’s […]
The 2012 Kansas Relays—established in 1923—will kick off this Wednesday (April 18) at the University of Kansas Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, Kansas. Every year this event draws some of the nation’s top college and professional track and field athletes as well as some the region’s top high school performers. Moreover—with this being an Olympic […]
On Thursday, Papillion-La Vista’s Kenzo Cotton rode the wind to a 10.40 seconds time in the 100 meter, landing a 4th place spot on the Nebraska track & field all-time best chart. Cotton, like practically all the other 100m all-time chart members before him, benefited from a hand-held time and a stiff breeze to his […]
Fans in attendance at the Millard South Invite, on Thursday, were treated to witnessing Fremont sophomore Danny Aldaba run the 3rd fastest 1600m (4:12.24) in Nebraska High school history. His time was less than 2 seconds shy of the all-time best mark of 4:10.44 ran in 2004 by Kearney’s Colby Wissel. Aldba first caught […]
Freshman Brings Top District Sprint Times to Burke— is Jake Paulsen for Real? The 2011 State Track and Field Meet has the potential to produce one of several combinations of historic feats that will all hinge on the outcomes of the boys 100m and 200m finals. Remarkably, all of the possible lofty scenarios at stake […]