Artie Burns runs No. 6 all-time 13.35!


"Bullet" Bob Hayes would have been proud.

There was speed everywhere on Saturday at the Bob Hayes Invitational in Jacksonville, Fla., but nothing surpassed Artie Burns of Miami Northwestern, who ran 13.35 into a 1.4 meters-per-second headwind in the 110 hurdles. That's .01 seconds faster than 2011 national leader Jonathan Cabral and No. 6 all-time.

Burns also won the 300 hurdles in 36.14 seconds.

Robin Reynolds of Miami Jackson ran 53.28 to win the 400 meters and also won the 200 (24.16) and long jump (19-7.50). She ran 24.02 in the prelims of the 200 before the wind picked up.

Arman Hall (St. Thomas Aquinas) doubled 46.66/21.12 in winning the 400 and 200.

Kendal Williams (Stanton) ran 10.55 into a 1.5 meter headwind to win the 100 and also finished second to Hall in the 200.

Landon Jenkins (Westlake) won the triple jump at 49-8.

Tristie Johnson (Ed White) won the 100 meters in 11.79 seconds.

Seventh grader Daesha Rogers won the 800 meters in 2:12.86.

One of the most competitive events of the meet was the girls 4x100 relay. St. Thomas Aquinas ran 47.49 for the win, edging Miami Northwestern (47.60) and Miami Southridge (47.89).