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Thursday, March 20, 2003


2003 Jesuit-Sheaner Relays Preview

2002 High Point Individual Jeremy Wariner (Arlington Lamar/Baylor) Photo by Ron Jones/

The 39th Jesuit-Sheaner Relays will be on March 22, 2003.  This meet has a well earned reputation for running strictly on time, allowing fans and athletes to enjoy the best competition in North Texas and be home at a decent hour. All 17 UIL events are contested by many of the area's top athletes.  "Highlight" events will be the 1600m, 800m, Pole Vault, 110m and 300m Hurdles, 4x200 and 4x400 relays. Each of these events will feature some of the best high school athletes from Texas and Oklahoma.  The area's top ranked individual is entered in 10 of 14 individual events.  The Pole Vault is contested at the center of the stadium with the best vaulters competing during the afternoon running events for all the fans to enjoy.  In historical fashion, this year the 1600m will combine the top 4A & 5A division runners into one finals race to promote competition and opportunity for improvement among the area's best distance runners.

  • 96 individuals and relay teams ranked in the Dallas Morning News "Area Leaders List" entered in this year's meet.
  • 11 nationally ranked individuals and relay teams (Track & Field News, 3/03 High School Preview)
  • 10 Pole Vaulters who have cleared 13-0 or better, including 3 over 15'0
  • 8 of the area's top 10 1600m runners, including the 4 of the top 5
  • 46 teams entered, including state meet favorites Cedar Hill (5A), Fort Worth Dunbar (4A), Oklahoma state meet champions - Jenks, Ok. and
    Jesuit - winner of 4 invitational meets in 2003 along with multi-meet winners Plano East, Richardson, Lancaster & Rockwall
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