Matthew Boling, a high school senior from Houston Strake Jesuit (TX), ran a 9.98 (+4.2) 100m on Saturday at the UIL Region 3-6A meet in Webster, Texas, the fastest all-conditions 100m time in high school history. The Georgia signee's 9.98 surpasses Trayvon Bromell's 9.99 from 2013 and is just the second sub-10 ever by a prep athlete.
Boling's previous best wind-aided mark was the 10.11 he ran last week on the very same track at the district meet.
9.98 (+4.2) 😭 Matt Boling posts the fastest all conditions 100m in HS history!pic.twitter.com/dJODbUnfYR— FloTrack (@FloTrack) April 27, 2019
Updated Top-5 All-Time 100m (All-Conditions)
|1||9.98||4.2 m/s||Matthew Boling (Houston Strake Jesuit, TX)||2019|
|2||9.99||4.0 m/s||Trayvon Bromell (Gibbs, FL)||2013|
|3||10.00||1.6 m/s||Trentavis Friday (Cherryville, NC)||2014|
|4||10.01||1.6 m/s||Jeff Demps (South Lake, FL)||2008|
|5||10.02||no wind reading||Edorian McCullough (North Garland, TX)||2002|