Loyola boys take 4x1600, Xavier Prep girls win 4x800, US#1 4x2 for LBP girls. Gunnar Nixon (Santa Fe, OK) returned to Arcadia for his second win in the Decathlon with a record setting 7577.
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Medgar Evers led a handful of New York teams away from the cold weather to take advantage of the warmth in South Carolina at the Taco Bell Classic.
COLUMBIA -- When Brett Squibbs cleared 16 feet, for the first time in his life, Saturday, he became the perfect protagonist in the type of storybook tale that only sports can produce.
We're baaaaaaack!! And after looking at the changes to the stadium, better than ever. It has been a long two years but worth the wait. We all have heard the statement, "show me the money", look around and you will see it. Richland District Two has made Harry Parone Stadium nicer than most small college stadiums.
Taco Bell Classic director John Jones talks about the meet after taking a year off due to stadium renovations.
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- If you listen to Medgar Evers coach Shaun Dietz, he made it sound like a glorified practice session. He ran his girls ragged and they looked like it.
Dreher coach Daniel Brooks has been coaching track and field athletes for 30 years and helped dozens sign college scholarships, so when he says senior Christal Green ranks, "right there at the top," that is quite an accomplishment.
COLUMBIA, S.C. – Sancho Barrett said he is not completely healthy yet. But if he isn’t 100 percent yet, whenever he is, Barrett could be scary good.
COLUMBIA -- O'Neal Wanliss showed up late to the track meet. He was late to award podium after his race.
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- When Taina LaPorte finally pulled her arms away from her face she revealed a smile.
Justin Osking of John Caroll headed up to South Carolina this weekend to compete at the Taco Bell Classic. The senior swept both throws events, getting a second best throw for a Floridian this season in the shot put (57-8), while extending his lead in the discus (190-10).
All this weekends action from around the state and beyond! Don Boyer, Woodward, Arcadia, Taco Bell, Holton-Arms, Charas Heurich, Northern Virginia, Waldorf Classic, Miramar!
KYtrackXC.com will be Live at the Invitational of the South. I will also be posting updates from other meets around the state.
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- O'Neal Wanliss showed up late to the track meet. He was late to award podium after his race.
Meet concludes, day one and two results posted from meet at Spring Valley in Columbia.
Daniel senior C.J. Davidson sealed a win in the Florida Relays triple jump, leaping 48 feet, 9.5 inches. The mark is currently seventh in the nation. Editor's note: Updated with quotes from Davidson.
South Pointe junior pole vaulter Brett Squibbs talks with Chris Hunt about winning the Taco Bell Classic pole vault and the impact his dad has on his life.
COLUMBIA -- When Taina LaPorte finally pulled her arms away from her face she revealed a smile.
Mauldin's Shai Carpenter talks about winning the triple jump at the Taco Bell Classic.
Fort Mill's Meredith Kilburn talks about winning the Taco Bell Classic 3200-meter run.
COLUMBIA -- If you listen to Medgar Evers coach Shaun Dietz, he made it sound like a glorified practice session. He ran his girls ragged and they looked like it.
Seneca's D'yandra Morris talks about setting a new shot put school record and first female Bobcat to throw over 40 feet. Morris also talks about the season, shot put and other sports she is involved with.
Holy Innocence (Ga.) mid-distance runner O'Neal Wanliss talks about winning the 400-meter dash and 800-meter run at Taco Bell Classic.
Justin Osking (Fla.) talks about breaking the discus record and winning two events at the Taco Bell Classic.
Hillcrest junior high jumper Wesley Edwards talks about the event after winning the Taco Bell Classic.
Crest (N.C.) 4x100-meter relay runners talk about the 41.61 winning time.
Taco Bell Classic 2011
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