Steven Williams June 9, 2012 @
hey i was looking at your boys 4×200 record and i have to say is o.d.wyatt has the nation record in the 4×200. you posted 200: FORT BEND HIGHTOWER, TX (Isaiah Sweeny, Cleon Davis, Ugonna Amarikwa, Clyde Lee) —1:23.92 (2007). but 4x200R 1:23.31 NR Milton Wesley Montie Clopton Michael Franklin DeMario Wesley Fort Worth O. D. Wyatt 1998
Will Cummings June 9, 2012 @
Steve: Thanks for the message. It sounds like one of those disputed records because according to the National Federation of State High School Associations ‘record book they have Fort Bend Hightower listed with the No. 1 4X200 time (1:23.92).
Here is the link tohe 4X200R top times: http://www.nfhs.org/recordbook/Records.aspx?CategoryId=1399
You might want to email the NFSHSA with your information.
Ernest McBride Jr June 24, 2012 @
3200 Relay- Long Beach Poly High, CA posted a 7:28.75: Chris Hall, Aaron Harris, Christian Penn, Myles Andrews at Penn State Relays 2011
richard priest April 1, 2014 @
The 7:28.75 3200 meter relay mark set by the 2011 Long Beach Poly foursome was set in the SUMMER of 2011, some weeks AFTER that season’s CIF State Track and Field meet. The mark WAS NOT set DURING the 2011 California Interscholastic FEDERATION season, so this mark cannot be considered a National high school mark. Would you believe that only Myles Andrews, currently a junior attending the University of Southern California, is the only runner from this relay to break 1:50.00 in college. Also, the Mt. SAC Relays event information of the U.S. Prep Federation-National Scholastic record in the girls 3200 meter relay is 8:58.43, set by Upper Dublin High School, of New York state, in 1982.
Vaughn holmes May 28, 2014 @
I would like to inform you that Carl Lewis jumped a distance of 26′ 8″ in 1979 making him the high school record holder still please correct thank you
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