SATURDAY: IMPRESSIVE DOUBLES FOR HICKS, HARTLE
** - G-SHR: 57.91 for Traci Hicks and the Long Beach Poly CA girls, improving their #2 all-time performance from Arcadia. Only J.W. North CA 57.49 from 2003 stands ahead of them.
** - G-100H: A 13.22w scorcher for Poly's Traci Hicks, with a 2.1 wind barely over the allowable. That makes her #12 all-time, all-conditions. Sasha Wallace (13.43) and Jordie Munford (13.64) followed in a great field.
** - B-DMR US#1 10:05.84 for Nick Hartle and Centennial NV, topping Great Oak CA US#3 10:09.50 and Loyola CA 10:10.76, and moving up from their US#2 Arcadia mark.
** - G-TJ: US#1 42-4.75 (+1.9w) for Sasha Wallace CA.
** - B-LJ: US#2 24-4.5 (-2.7w) for Walter Jones CA.
** - G-DMR: US#3 11:59.68 for Simi Valley and Sarah Baxter.
** - G-LJ: US#4 19-9.75 (-0.5w) for Alexis Faulknor CA.
** - B-SMR: US#4 3:26.37 for Great Oak CA.
** - G-300H: US#5 42.14 for Jade Miller CA.
** - G-800: US#5 2:09.16 for Kayla Edwards CO.
** - B-100/200: Khalfani Muhammad CA starts with a 10.55 win (just off his US#7 10.54), then follows with a US#7 21.32 victory.
** - G-SMR: US#7 4:04.41 for Littleton CO.
** - B-300H: Jarrett Gonzales CA improves his US#8 mark by .02 to 37.31.
** - B-4x200/4x400: 1:26.34/3:16.42 double for Rio Mesa.
** - B-800: Already US#2 at 1:50.35, Nick Hartle NV wins with 1:51.06.
FRIDAY: REDONDO RULES THE NIGHT
** - G-4x1,600: US#1 20:01.38 for Redondo Union CA, which is the fastest-ever for the actual distance and #4 all-time on the combined 4x16/4x1 Mile list. They also took away the state record set by Saugus in this meet last year.
** - B-1,600: US#1 4:07.72 for Bernie Montoya AZ, as uses ferocious last lap kick to pull away from super soph Blake Haney CA (US#4 4:10.48).
** - B-4x800: US#2 7:44.35 for Loyola CA, just missing the national leader.
** - G-4x800: Another US#2 -- 9:08.69 for Harvard-Westlake CA.
** - G-1,600: US#9 4:51.98 by Mariel Mendoza CA, just edging Megan Huebner CA US#10 4:52.37.
** - B-4x1,600: US#3 17:17.99 and meet record for Rancho Cucamonga CA.
** - B-3,200: Meet record 9:02.20 for Danny Martinez CA.
Great weekend of action ahead: Ariana Washington, Traci Hicks, Cami Chapus, Amy Weissenbach, Nia Britt, Khalfani Muhammad, Nick Hartle, Blake Haney, Bernie Montoya and Ethan Cochran, plus scores of outstanding relays, scheduled to compete.