The state recordbook is getting rewritten this week in Jefferson City! Check back for resutls, pictures, updates and more!
The time surpassed most guesses, but Cardinal Ritter sophomore Charles Jones Jr. was actually a little disappointed it wasn’t even faster.
The Class 4 boys’ team title was still up for grabs as the final events were unfolding.
Spencer Haik executed his strategy in the Class 4 1,600-meter run exactly how he mapped it. Kolton Sheldon wasn’t as fortunate.
This preview covers all of the sprints/hurdles action on the Class 3 guys side.
Cheyenne Hoerr should be wary of any “Cash For Gold” ads over the next few weeks.
The Class 4 Boys Sprints/Hurdles should be some great races. Check out the preview here.
Despite eclipsing the 100-meter and 200-meter times of former Olympian Muna Lee, Chaney will not sit atop the record book. Hazelwood East senior Tianna Valentine was just a step ahead of Chaney in the two sprints and earned the victory in both to set the new marks for the Class 4 state meet.
Our previews continue, this time with the Class 3 Girls Sprints/Hurdles.
Check back for live updates, pictures, results and full coverage of the Class 3-4 State Meet
Grandview proved just how powerful of a track program it has become.
The final preview covers the Class 4 Girls Sprints/Hurdles action for this weekend.
Both the Class 3 and Class 4 field events are covered in this preview.
The third preview covers both Class 3 and Class 4 Boys field events.
The Class 4 Girls distance races should be some of the closest. Take a look at the preview.
Our 10 part Class 3-4 State Previews begin with none other than the Class 4 Distance races.
Arcadia Valley’s Saga Barzowski seemed to be in prime position to defend her Class 3 1,600-meter title.
University City’s Emmanuel Price is no stranger to the triple jump, but he is definitely just getting started this year.
A 25 year old record in jeopardy, state leaders in the 800m, 1600m, and 3200m; the Class 3 boys distance races will be some great races to watch.
The Class 4 Girls had an exciting day one at the Class 3-4 State Track and Field Meet
One year later and the name on the front of the uniform still speaks volumes.
Platte County senior Naron Rollins was cranking up the heat in the Class 3 sprints on an already scorching day.
Ben interviews Nicole Lee, the Class 3 State Champion in the Girls 3200 Meter Run
The fourth preview covers the Class 3 Girls distance.
The first wave of summer-like temperatures hit Friday afternoon and forced meet officials to delay the 3,200-meter run to the evening of the first day of the Class 4 state track meet.
Brittany Kallenberger already knew what it was like to soar into air reserved for a select few.
Ben interviews Remy Abrought after she wins the Class 4 100 meter hurdles
Ben interviews Dapo after he sets a new state record in the 110 Hurdles
Ben interviews the Class 4 XC Champion Caleb Wifong of Rock Bridge
Ben interviews the Class 4 Girls 400 meter champion, Whitey Adams from Francis Howell
Ben interviews the Class 4 Girls 1600 & 3200 meter champion, Samanatha Nightingale
Amos Bartelsmeyer has been fixated on the Adidas Dream Mile.
Ben interviews the 3 of the 4 top finishers in the Class 3 Boys 100 Meter Dash- all from Grandview!
Ben interviews the Class 3 Girls 800 & 1600 meter champion Saga Barzowski of Acradia Valley
Ben interviews Drew White the winner of the boys 1600 & 3200 meter races in Class 3
Ben interviews the Missouri State Record Holder in the Class 4 Girls 100 & 200 Dash
Ben interviews the Class 3 Girls 4 x100 meter champions from University City
Ben interviews Jehu Chesson of Ladue, winner of the Class 4 Boys 100 meter dash and runner up in the 110 hurdles
Interview with the new state record holder in the girls pole vault Brittany Kallenberger of Lee's Summit West
Ben interviews the new Class 3 Boys 4X400 state record holders from Caridnal Ritter High School
Ben interviews the Spencer Haik after his win in the Class 4 Boys 1600 meter run
Ben interviews the Class 4 Girls 800 meter champion Valeska Halamicek from Francis Howell
Ben interviews the two fastest 100 meter Class 4 Girls in Missouri history
Ben interviews the Class 4 3200 meter champion Noah Kauppila after Saturday's 3200/
Ben interviews Aaron after he wins the Class 4 110 Hurdles
Ben interviews the girls 4 x8 champs
Marquette so Noah Kauppila 9:11 3200 State Champ Class 4 MO State Track
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