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A Full Recap From Day 2 Of The 2024 Adidas Track Nationals In Greensboro

A Full Recap From Day 2 Of The 2024 Adidas Track Nationals In Greensboro

Check in with Day 2 action from adidas Track Nationals on Saturday in Greensboro, North Carolina

Jun 16, 2024 by Cory Mull

A long list of championship finals are on the table on Saturday at adidas Track Nationals. 

We're back for Day 2 of the national high school championship held on the fast track of North Carolina A&T University in Greensboro, North Carolina. 

For recaps of every event and updates on disciplines, check the briefs below. 

Boys 4x100 Championship Prelim

Nine times broke 41 seconds in the first round of action, led by DNA Track Club, which clocked a prelim-leading 41.53 seconds behind the efforts of Areon Young, Rance Grace, Jaiden Cunningham and Kamren Ross. Reagan andthe Carolina Track Hawks weren't far behind in their heats in 41.55 seconds, respectively. 

Girls 4x100 Championship Prelim

Five teams broke 47 seconds and led all qualifiers into the finals, with Track Masterz leading all teams with a top time of 46.59 in the prelims. 

Boys 400m Championship

It was the Nicholas Spikes show here. 

The Paint Branch (MD) senior and University of Florida signee -- making the nearly six-hour commute south from the DMV -- blew through the field on Saturday in the 400 meter final, clocking a new personal best and U.S. No. 9 time of 46.02 seconds.

Spikes' final surge in the straightaway left runner-up Keayari Thompson with a gap too large to make up, and resulted in a comfortable win. 

Thompson was second in an impressive 46.70, while Cashmere James was third in 47.27.

Girls 400m Championship

Panthers Elite's Tianna Spinks made the winning move over the final 50 meters, registering a time of 54.17. 

Malia Campbell was second in 54.63, while Olivia Taylor was third in 54.70 as four girls went under 55 seconds, including fourth-place Marianna Wright, a 400mH who likely will double back in her specialty. 

Boys 110mH Championship

Jabari Dillard, a junior from Clinton High School in South Carolina, clipped seven-hundredths off his personal best to win in 13.92 seconds. 

He led Davian Burke through the line in under 14 seconds, with Burke following in 13.97. Rance Grace was third in 14.09. 

Girls 100mH Championship

Delray Atlantic's (FL) Thalia Waters moved up to U.S. No. 9 with her championship wind-legal performance of 13.51 seconds.

Three girls went under 14 seconds, including Shakayla Lavender's runner-up bid in 13.78 and Katherine Dortmund's finish of 13.98.

Boys 100m Championship

Spartan Chosen Track Club's Niles Briggman had the cleanest race, authoring a winning time of 10.56 seconds. Reagan's Brandon Harris was was second in 10.58, while Roman Spikes was third in 10.68.

Girls 100m Championship 

Three girls were under 11.7, with Taylor Gullatte taking the tape in a winning time of 11.56 seconds. 

Nilijah Darden of Dudley was second in 11.66, which equaled third-place Ewomazino Edet's time of 11.66.

Boys 1-Mile Championship

Chase Parker took things out in 63 seconds, held on through the next two laps and then finished things off with a 60.9-second frame, winning the boys mile in 4:16.83. 

The performance was a new PR for Parker and led two others under 4:20, including runner-up Landen Wise in 4:17.44 and Corban Cazier in 4:19.31.

Girls 1-Mile Championship

Adyson King went toe-to-toe with Eden Alexander over the final lap and scored the faster final circuit, closing in 1:10.1 to win in 5:09.53. Alexander was second in 5:10.47.

Boys Sprint Medley Relay Championship

Purpose Driven Elite scored the win in 3:32.46, holding off Long Island, who finished second in 3:33.80.

Girls Spring Medley Relay Championship

Uniondale scored the win in 4:09.11, while Sapphire-Ruff was second in 4:09.39. TruSpeed was third in 4:10.99.

Boys Distance Medley Relay Championship

It was a runway in the boys DMR, with Holly Springs taking the tape in 10:47.20 behind a final 4:36 anchor from Landon Patterson. South Stanly was second in 11:02.68.

Girls Distance Medley Relay Championship

The girls from Myers Park, North Carolina, scored a dominating win here in 12:29.38, using a 5:08 anchor from Mary Bonner Donner to claim the win. The performance was a top 100 effort nationally. 

Boys 4x200 Championship

The Bulldogs clocked a U.S. No. 30 time with a time of 1:25.41, using efforts from Isaya Blackmon, Wesley Todd, Ryan Samuels and Onyx Cece. The Lake was second in 1:25.66.

Girls 4x200 Championship

NC Flight Club claimed the finish in 1:38.01, followed by TCK Elite Panthers, who was second in 1:38.24.

Boys 4x100 National Elite

It was Flight 919 who took the tape in a time of 42.16, moving away from the field behind the linkes of Christopher Mills, Christian Duhon, Kaden McLean and Nick Gau. Riverdale Baptist was second in 42.88, while Hartley was third in 42.91.


Girls 4x100 National Elite

Run U Xpress, taking the short hour-long commute from Raleigh, won in a time of 46.96 seconds. The girls of Run U were the only program under 47 seconds and were comprised of Taylor McLeod, Aria Alexander, Shari Jackson and Imani Sharp.

Boys 400m National Elite

Brookwood's Garrett Wilkerson clocked the timed finals' fastest time in the 20th frame, hitting 48.01 on the dial to take the win. Maurice Moore was second out of the 18th heat in 48.70, while Matthew Strickland was third in 48.78.

Girls 400m National Elite

Emoni Owens hit 56.32 on the clock to win the division, sidling past runner-up Aaleyah Foster, who ran 56.45. Lilly Gilbertson was third in 56.85.

Boys 110mH National Elite

Coastal Georgia's Timothy Alston Jr. narrowly defeated Delante Senior by just a hundredth-of-a-second, pocketing a time of 14.34. In fact, the first three runners were separated by just two-hundredths of a second. Drekevan Thomas was third in 14.36.

Girls 100mH National Elite

Atkins' Ogechi Ezeigbo was first in 14.45, followed by Laila Hawkins in second in 14.52 and McKenzie Hadfield in 14.64.

Boys 100m National Elite

After securing his ticket to the final on Friday, Quentin Braithwaite claimed the overall win in 10.66 seconds. Marlon Allon followed in second in 10.73, while Anthony Boykin was third in 10.74.

Girls 100m National Elite

Zhoe Holt and Melanie Doggett dropped fast times in the first round on Friday. But it was Doggett, the eighth-grader from Georgia, who won the final in a 11.53 wind-legal seconds. 

Holt was just five-hundredths of a second later in 11.58. Run U Xpress' Imani Sharp was third in 11.84, as all three went under 12. 

Those performances were special in other respects, too. 

Doggett's performance was not only a new U.S. No. 1 time for eighth-graders, but it also surpassed Moforehan Abinusawa's eighth-grade national-class record of 11.59 from 2018.

Holt, meanwhile, claimed a seventh-grade national-class record, too, passing Tamari Davis' former mark of 11.77. 

Boys 1-Mile National Elite

Broadway Track Club's Tristan Yoder picked up the win in a time of 4:20.24, holding off Justin Sahli, who was second in 4:20.47 and Charley Townsend, who was third in 4:20.57. A total of four runners came through the line in 4:20.

Girls 1-Mile National Elite

Fiona Lee was just a shade off of sub-5, winning in 5:01.76. Catherine Parker was second in 5:02.82 while Sienna Bailey was third in 5:03.60.

Boys 4x200 National Elite

Worcester Vocational scored the win in 1:28.69, while Hartley was second in 1:28.82. Mountain Island Charter was third in 1:28.93. 

Girls 4x200 National Elite

Dudley ran away with things here, clocking a winning time of 1:39.08.

Boys 400m Freshmen 

It was 50-point for the freshmen boys, as Brendon Simmons took the tape in a winning time of 50.67 seconds. 

Ayden Davis was second in 50.77, while Shahid Stevens of St. Benedict's Prep was third in 50.96.


Girls 400m Freshmen

Jaiya Patillo continued her sterling freshman season -- one that included a state title in Nebraska -- by adding a national outdoor title to her resume, hitting 55.24 on the clock. Yolanda Calhoun was second in 56.61 and Seraiah Keys was third in 57.33.

Boys 100m Freshmen

Brunswick's Antonio Clark Jr. was one of two boys under 11 seconds, as he won the division in 10.67 seconds.

Nigel Gardner was second in 10.82.

Girls 100m Freshmen

Moriah Campbell clocked the only time under 12 seconds, winning in 11.92 seconds.

Boys 1-Mile Freshmen

In a race that came down to the final seconds, Trevor Becker secured the bag with his time of 4:32.83. 

He held off runner-up Drake Nichols, who followed in 4:33.27. Riley Beebe was third in 4:34.50.

Girls 1-Mile Freshmen

Jillian Bergeron won the girls division in 5:17.95.

Boys 4x100m Middle School

Southeast Guilford scored the win in 46.21 seconds, while Uams was second in 46.37 and Mendenhall Middle was third in 47.21.

Girls 4x100 Middle School

Run U Xpress was the only team to dip under 50 seconds, clocking a winning time of 49.37 seconds. Cannon School was second in 50.21, while Skyscraper Athletics was third in 50.27.

Boys 400m Middle School

Jordan Lee clocked a top time of 52 seconds to push past runner-up Travarous Bain in 52.83 and Kellen Rife in 52.94.

Girls 400m Middle School

West Georgia's Jayden Harris narrowly slipped past Princess Comara -- by two-hundredths of a second -- to win in 55.96. Jordan Conner-McCord was third in 57.22.

Boys 100mH Middle School

Asap Performance Track Club's Kaleb Hester hit the tape in 13.34 seconds, winning over Kamauriyen Bush's time of 13.45.

Girls 100mH Middle School

The Durham Striders' Kaili Payne clocked a winning time of 14.36, holding off Greensboro's India Wilson, who followed in 14.50.

Boys 100m Middle School

Javon Ledgister blew past the field, hitting 10.71 (+1.3) on the clock to win in a wind-legal effort.

Girls 100m Middle School

Jewel Domingue was one of four girls under 12 seconds, winning in 11.82 seconds. Cassidee Fraser was second in 11.90.


Boys 1-Mile Middle School

Jonathan Grimm was MOVING, hitting 4:33.15 on the clock, just a day after he took the 2-mile title on Friday -- and running an opening mile of 4:44.

Girls 1-Mile Middle School

Elle Dawson hit a winning time of 5:08.44 to take the field.


Boys Javelin Championship

Darius Alberty claimed the win with a heave of 57.81 meters, while Jake Gherardi was second with a mark of 56.96m.

Girls Triple Jump Championship

Endia Smith pocketed her winning effort on her fourth attempt in the finals, hitting 12:53m in the pit. Alana Braxton was second overall with a mark of 12.45m. 

Boys Shot Put Championship

Ethan Lyon claimed the victory with a winning heave of 19.14m. Nse Uffort was second in 18.83m.

Girls Javelin Championship

Eliza King popped a winning throw of 43.85 meters, earning a national title to her name.

Boys Decathlon

Day 1 finished on Saturday. Sunday's final events will finish off the table. 

Girls Heptathlon 

Susan E. Wagner's Jaice Dorsey scored a winning mark of 4,509 points, destroying the field as she pocketed impressive performances in the 100mH (14.15), 200m (25.97) and long jump (5.42m). 

Her final point tally was 600 points ahead of the next-best athlete.

Boys High Jump National Elite

Girls Triple Jump National Elite

Madison Greene hit paydirt on her fifth leap, claiming the win in 11.52m. 

Boys Triple Jump National Elite

O'Hara Tommie Jr authored a winning effort of 14.42m, while Nanjo Levec was second in 14.30m. Kenan Andrews was third in 14.28m.

Girls High Jump National Elite

Rachel Key ended things with a winning leap of 1.65m, scoring the victory on attempts over Destini Gatlin and Paige Fessler.

Boys Shot Put National Elite

Ethan Graham scored the victory on his final throw, netting a winning mark of 16.43m. 

Girls Discus National Elite

Ayanna Hunt was consistent through her series, claiming three marks over 40 meters. But her best was her last, and that was a title-winning throw of 43.64m. J'Nia Simpson was second with a throw of 42.76m.

Boys Discus National Elite

Hunter Zettl posted the win with a throw of 49.41m.

Boys Pole Vault National Elite

Lee Ryan of Sky Vault Club was the only man left at 4.73m, which he cleared to take the win. 

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