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2011 Nebraska HS Boys and Girls Track & Field Leaders

2011 Nebraska HS Boys and Girls Track & Field Leaders
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2011 Final
Nebraska HS Boys & Girls
Track & Field Leaders
Boys Girls
Sprints Sprints
100m: Levi Gipson, JR, Lincoln Christian — 10.50. Best electronic time:  Ted Lampkin,  SR, Omaha Central — 10.69.
100m: Breunna McCarty, SR, Omaha North —11.90 ( All-Class State Record among the fastest electronic times ever recorded—need verification).
200m: Cody Rush,  JR, Grand Island Northwest; Jake Paulsen, FR, Cozad — 21.50. Best electronic time: Kenzo Cotton, FR, Papillion-La Vista — 21.77.
200m: Clara Nichols, JR, Millard South — 24.80.
400m: Cody Rush, JR, Grand Island Northwest —48.38.
400m: Clara Nichols, JR, Millard South — 55.05  (No.1 All-Time Chart Best and All-Class State Record).
Distance Runs Distance Runs
800m: Mach Dojiok, JR, Omaha Benson — 1:53.81.800m: Kristie Mullen, SR, Roncalli Cath. —2:15.34.
1600m: Jacob Olsen, JR, Kearney — 4:18.17.1600m: Aubree Worden, SR, Scottsbluff — 4:50.06 (2nd all-time chart best and Class B State Record).
3200m: Danny Aldaba, SO, Fremont — 9:29.30.3200m: Aubree Worden, SR, Scottsbluff —10:27.33 (3rd all-time chart best and Class B State Record).
HurdlesHurdles
110HH: Nehemiah Wilkins, SR, Boys Town — 14.30. Best electronic time: Sean Pille, JR, Oakland-Craig — 14.39.100HH: LaQue Moen-Davis, SR, Omaha North —13.87 (No.1 All-Time Chart Best and All-Class State Record).
300IM: Nehemiah Wilkins, SR, Boys Town — 37.90 (9th all-time chart best).300LH: Kalyn Brannagan, SO, Shelton — 44.79.
RelaysRelays
400m: Omaha Central (Devin Barfield, Dennis Barfield, JeVaun Brown, Ted Lampkin) — 41.97  (5th all-time chart best).400m: Omaha North (Breunna McCarty, Alexa Whitehall, Nakita Brewer, Brianna McGhee) — 47.11 (2nd all-time chart best).
1600m: Omaha Central
(Devin Barfield, Josuf Robinson, Tre’Sean Harris-Ruff, Dennis Barfield) — 3:20.03
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1600m: Millard South (Ashley Kildow, Macy Woitzel, Morgan Woitzel, Clara Nichols) — 3:58.28.
3200m: Fremont (Britt Jensen, Arturo Garcia, Blake Peterson and Tyler Soderberg) — 7:58.43.3200m: Seward (Marti Vlasin, Kelsey Christensen, Taylor Seaman, Hannah Tvrdy) — 9:29.02.
Field EventsField Events
Shot Put: Mike Shoff,  JR , Cambridge – 58′-11″.Shot Put: Jessica Payne, SR, Hershey — 45′-31/2.
Discus: Brady Rutt, SR, Hastings — 187′-02″.
Discus: Michelle Wallerstedt, JR, Omaha Burke—153′ 2″.
High Jump: Jer’ rell Moore, SR, Benson — 6′-09″.High Jump: Katie Smith, SR, Kearney — 5′-08″.
Pole Vault:  Craig Driver, SR, Lincoln Southwest —16′-00 (5th all-time chart best).
Pole Vault: Tess Merrill, JR, GI Northwest — 11′-08″ (9th all-time chart best).
Long Jump: Ted Lampkin, SR, Omaha Central — 24-00 1/2″ (already holds all-time chart best 5th spot (24-4 3/4), but this distance would rank as 10th best distance ever).
Long Jump: LaQue Moen-Davis, SR, Omaha North—19′- 10 1/2″ (already holds No. 1 All-Time Chart Best and All-Class State Record (20-2 3/4) ,  but this would rank as 2nd best distance ever).
Triple Jump: Ted Lampkin, SR, Omaha Central — 47′-071/4″
Triple Jump: LaQue Moen-Davis, SR, Omaha North — 41′ 091/2″ (already holds No. 1 All-Time Chart Best and All-Class State Record (42-4) but this would rank as 2nd best distance ever).
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Link: Omaha World-Herald 2011 Season’s Final HS Boys Track & Field Leaders May 23, 2011.
Link: Omaha World-Herald 2011 Season’s Final HS Girls Track & Field Leaders May 23, 2011.
Link: Nebraska All-Time Track & Field Leaders.

3 Comments

  1. Sarah
    April 10, 2011 @ 7:21 pm

    What about the Sr. @ Adams Central running the 300IM with a time of 40.1 or the Sr @ Wood River with a time of 14.8 for 110HH

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  2. Anonymous
    May 22, 2011 @ 12:45 am

    I just checked NSAA, and Sarah Lyons ran an 11.6 in 2006 obviously wind-aided, but still electronic, so the North girls time wouldn’t be the fastest ever. I think sometimes too many people get too caught up in the now and forgot some great athletes in the past.

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    • Will Cummings
      May 22, 2011 @ 1:47 am

      Anonymous: Thanks for the info. Sarah Lyons was a great one and she did very well her first couple of years at Rice. Right now in my book Sarah Lyons is the greatest Nebraska HS girl sprinter of all time (100, 200 and 400). I haven’t forgot about her!. But Nichols is closing in— she just became the greatest 400m sprinter. If she stays focused and healthy she could become the best 200m too. The 100 is still very questionable—an 11.60
      may be

      out of her range right now in HS but I can see her getting there in college. Nonetheless, it’s important that she keeps trying to get faster in the 100 and 200 because it will help to lower her times in the 400—that’s her race. Records are made to be broken, Like Angee’s records, Nichols’ will fall someday too.

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