Michael Wray, Central (left) in the 55 Dash, nearly stride-for-stride with Jason Richardson of Texas, who won in a US #1 time of 7.45. Photo by Dyestat.
John Jay Fishkill NY sr Hakon Devries burned the last quarter in 61.1 to take the Millrose Games qualifier spot in 4:14.36. Cardinal O'Hara's Steve Hallinan was a strong 2nd in 4:16.60.
West Catholic's Latavia Thomas posted the top US time in the 800, going 2:10.35, a meet record. Teammate Nicole Leach was 2nd in the 400 in 54.35.
Angela Wells, of Simon Gratz, also set a meet record, long-jumping 19', 2nd in the US this season. She also help teammates Sabrina Shaw, Lacole Fields and Jabria Wallace run a wire-to-wire win in the 4x200 in 1:43.66. Wells was names the meets Outstanding Female Field Athlete.
And after the near miss at William Reed's US Indoor 400 record last year, Newburgh NY sr Elzie Coleman trounced a crack field to break the legendary Reed's 1986 record of 46.84, going 46.58.