These are the Tennessee natives who will compete at the NCAA Indoor Meet in New Mexico this weekend.
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State D2-AA Decathlon Recap
Previewing this weekend's Houston Track Classic in Memphis, Tennessee!
Previewing the Boys team race in the Division II Large Schools league this outdoor season.
Previewing this weekend's Frank Horton Invite in Memphis.
Cherokee Classic and Trinity/Valkyrie are two of the flattest and fastest courses that Tennessee teams run.They didn't disappoint last weekend.
Not joking...top-5000 boys and girls in the 800m so far this season!
Desoto (TX) boys are the top ranked track & field team in the country with two very swift relays in the 4x100 & 4x200 along with one of the best hurdlers in Chevis Armstead in both the 110 and 300 hurdles.
The teammates rank US #1 1:50.9, US #2 1:51.1 in the 800m & US #1 7:45.21 in the 4x800m
Memphis, TN teammates scorched the Allstate Sugar Bowl Meet Record one day after US #1 7:45 4x800m
Memphis University School recent graduate Harrison Williams (TN) got off to a strong start in the 100 meter dash this morning (10.75) to start off the decathlon, but had to work himself back into the top 10 overall standings at the end of day one with a 48.21 performance in the 400. In the field events making up the middle portion of his busy day, Williams leaped 6.80m in the long jump, threw 13.53m in the shot put, and cleared 1.94m in the high jump.
Tennessee’s Harrison Williams considers his mental approach to the decathlon his strength. The recent Memphis University School graduate demonstrated his ability to remain focused to the task at hand during last week’s USATF Junior National Championships (June 27-29) in Sacramento, Calif., held separately from this weekend’s meet in Eugene, Ore.
Featured Athlete: Harrison Williams, Memphis University School Senior
2014 Division II Statewide Track & Field Preview
MUS pole vaulter - Harrison WIlliams vaulted 16-8 at the reno pole vault summit.
Featured Athletes: Pierce Rose and Carlton Orange
The inaugural CBHS Invitational was held April 27th and 28th starting with a long Friday night of field events and finishing with a beautiful sunny day and many outstanding performances. The field events were held on Friday afternoon and stretch a bit long into the evening, but overall the meet was well run, good job at the finish line, and the caliber of athletes attending was superb.
The teams in this rankings were voted on by coaches from all over the state. We had some major changes from last week.
The teams in this rankings were voted on by several coaches from all over the state. These rankings (Coaches\' Poll) will be done every two weeks. In the other weeks we will post a computer generated rankings based solely on elite performances.