There are a handful of underclassman boys who left their mark in track and field this season.
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We took a look at some of the top freshmen and sophomore boys who are already starting to shine across the nation.
It's time to take a closer look at the top freshman and sophomore boy sprinters in the nation this indoor season.
Previewing the DC area's top private school girls conference championships for a potential 2020-21 cross country season.
Previewing the DC area's top private school boys conference championships for a potential 2020-21 cross country season.
We talked with one of the fastest rising sophomores in the country and his high school coach.
Check out the top 25 boys indoor performances from the past decade in D.C.
Check out the current top 50 boys indoor state rankings in the District of Columbia as of December 30th.
Archbishop Carroll's Kendel Hammock has had an incredible season in the hurdles including a 14.04 victory at Texas Relays this spring and this past Saturday swept the hurdles at Mullins Russell Invite including a new 300H PR.
At the 2016 Ice Breaker Invitational the guys from Archbishop Carroll High School ran one of the fastest times in the nation in the 4x200m.
Check out the top 50 girls indoor performances in the District of Columbia as of January 1st.
We've combined our evaluations for the top athletes in the top 10 least populated states in the country.
Austin Kratz put himself into the all-time rankings this weekend at the SPIRE Scholastic Showcase.
Check out the current top 50 state indoor track & field event rankings in the District of Columbia as of January 2nd.
Baylor true freshman and Archbishop Carroll (DC) High graduate Maxwell Willis executed on a 10.03 100m during the prelims of the Big 12 Championships
The Bojangles Track and Field Classic in Columbia, South Carolina, will bring in teams from a handful of states along the east coast, so check out these 11 events
We've just begun April, but already we've seen an improvement in the nation's best 4x400 performance compared to a season ago.
MileSplit takes a look at who has the best 400m team depth in the country.
One of the bigger stories out of the first day of competition was Maxwell Willis of Archbishop Carroll (former state champion at Bowie High School in Maryland) being disqualified for a false start in the 100 prelims after he was clearly induced by a flinch from another runner in the field.
More race videos being uploaded from the Bullis Bulldog Invitational late Saturday night.
A multiple state champion last year in Maryland at Bowie High School, Maxwell Willis is approaching a sub 21 second time indoors in the 200 meter dash this winter at his new school of Archbishop Carroll in DC.
Milesplit Scholastic Showcase @ Spire - Two US #1's, Three US #2's and More!
Watch Archbishop Carroll run one of the fastest 4x200s in history! Photo credit AlabamaRunners.
Watch all the impressive races that reset the rankings this weekend!
With temperatures dropping it is time to head indoors. After a distance dominated fall, it is time for track & field athletes to return to the oval. We begin previewing the 2016 indoor track season with the top returners in the sprints and hurdles.
Check out all the awesome video coverage of the 2015 Real Deal Track Classic here!
Alexis Franklin finished fifth in the 400-meter hurdles at the Penn Relays two years ago and took second last spring. But the Old Mill senior took it to another level Thursday in Philadelphia. (via )
COLUMBIA -- Kiah Seymour, a senior from Archbishop Carroll High School in Washington, D.C., set a new U.S. no. 1 mark in the high school girl’s 400-meter hurdles Saturday, crossing the finish line in 1:01.95 and beating the previous mark of Jennifer Cannon of Tennessee High School of 1:02.60, which she ran last weekend at the Beach Run Invitational in Myrtle Beach.
The 11th Annual Friends of Indoor Track Invitational appears to have brought together, once again, many of the top athletes from around the area as they continue their hoped for improvement heading into the new year. The meet was held for quite a few years as a relay only meet at George Mason University with very good success; but has now evolved into a regular track and field championship event format at the extremely nice venue at the Prince George\'s Sports and Learning Complex in Landover, Maryland with the same continued success. Approximately 1,150 athletes representing forty six high schools will partake on the 200 meter unbanked six lane track in the hopes of eliciting some post Christmas cheer as they try to build up some momentum before heading into the brunt of the indoor schedule.