Omega Pinnix, swimming for the Greensboro YMCA team, sets a new meet record of 29.67 seconds at the 67th Annual Greensboro Swim Association City Championships.
Third-year WSSU coach Cornell Maynor could lead his team to a third straight CIAA championship this season.
Isis Grant (left) of the Cougar Track Club finished second in
the Girls 7-8 800m with a time of 2:42.15 to winner Mackenzie
Browne of the Lions TC timed in 2:40,70.
Amir Rasul of the South Dade Track Club bolted to a record
time in the boys’ 200m (15-16 year-olds) with a record time of
21.28 seconds. Rasul is on the far right.
Amere Lattin of Club Athletes captured the boys’ 15-16 110m
hurdles with a time of 14.25 seconds.
Greensboro Day graduate Clayton Wilson raises his arms in
trumph as he crosses the finish line in victory in the 2,000m
steeplechase on Thursday, July 25 at A&T’s Irwin Belk Track.
Wilson finished with a time of 6 minutes and 6 seconds.
The Baker sisters, running unattached, finished third and
fourth respectively in the women’s 1500m finals Sunday. Naskia
(#7909) had a time of 4:46.48 and Malika’s time was 4:46.78.
Western Guilford alumna Bre’anna Warren finshed fifth in the
shot put throwing 42-feet-09 inches and third in the discus
with a toss of 143-feet-09 inches. Warren with attend Elon
University this fall.
Caleb Bertrand of the New Heigh Track Club won the pole vault
with a vault of 16-feet-4.75inches.
Western Guilford alumna Dejah Hayes was named an All-American
in the girls’ triple jump leaping 39-feet-1.75 inches for
fifth place at the USATF Junior Olympics National Track &
Field Championships at A&T’s Irwin Belk Track on Friday, July
26. Hayes will be a member of the UNC Charlotte track team