Posted: March 23, 2013 - 9:54pm


On the road again...

Randall senior and Texas signee Logan Brittain won the high jump (6-8) and long jump (21-8ľ) events of the (Amarillo) Relays on Friday afternoon (March 22, 2013).

The two-time defending Class 4A high jump champion — and all-time Texas Panhandle record holder at 7-3 — drove down to the Dallas-area Friday evening and competed in Saturday’s prestigious Jesuit-Sheaner Relays.

Brittain won the high jump Saturday with a leap of 6-10 breaking the previous record set in 1994.


Jesuit Sheaner Relays - Warriors Make a -Statement
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The Warriors put on a show at the Sheaner Relays placing 3rd by 1 point to the second place team.

Narrow losses were the order of the day as no Warriors placed first but this speaks to the level of competition and should serve as an excellent preparation for the upcoming big meets including next week at the Texas Relays.

The highlights:

bullet4×400 Team finished a close second despite taking a monumental 3 seconds off their previous best time.
bulletCameron placed second in 1600M despite going below 4:20.
bulletThe 4×100 Relay Team was one of eight teams turning in a 42 second result.  They placed 6th overall but every half second counts in this race.
bullet Styron placed 2nd in the 200M.


Salado Thrower Wins Twice in 5A meet

Posted: Monday, March 25, 2013 4:30 am

DALLAS — Despite entering just five competitors and going against Class 5A competition as a 2A program, Salado walked away with plenty of hardware this weekend at the 49th annual Jesuit Sheaner Relays in Dallas

Salado junior thrower Ryan Simmons finished as the top individual point-getter in the 5A division after winning both the shot put (55 feet, 11 inches) and discus (164-10). But Simmons wasn’t alone. Senior Bryce Martin took home bronze in the 5A pole vault with a height of 13-6, missing out on second based on amount of jumps. Senior Alex Cooke finished third in the 1,600 meter run with a time of 4:18.69, 0.39 seconds behind second place. Robert Pereira took fifth in the 800 at 1:59.01.

Between the five competitors, the Eagles racked up 34 points to tie for ninth place in the 5A division.


Track & Field: Dragons Finish 2nd At Jesuit Relays
Monday, March 25, 2013

The Carroll Dragon track and field team finished second overall at the Dallas Jesuit Sheaner Relays last weekend at Jesuit.


Brown, distance medley medal at Jesuit Sheaner Relays

Published on Sunday, 24 March 2013 21:13

DALLAS – Medals were hard to come by for Poteet at the Dallas Jesuit Sheaner Relays on Saturday with Malvon Brown’s third-place finish in the discus throw and a second-place showing in the distance medley the only top-three finishes for the Pirates. Poteet finished fifth in the Class 4A team standings with 31 points. Lancaster took home team bragging rights with 134 points, far ahead of runner-up Dallas Carter’s 46.

The Pirates added a handful of top-10 finishes. A.J. Derry was fourth and Sammy Griffin fifth in the triple jump, Steeven Martinez placed fifth in the 800-meter run, Walter Dawn was sixth in the 100-meter dash and Prosper Biyeh was 10th in the 1600-meter run. Poteet also placed eighth on the 4x100-meter relay, ninth in the 4x200-meter relay and 10th in the 4x400-meter relay.


Rockwall Herald Banner: RHS met with stiff competition at local meets

Rockwall and Rockwall-Heath track teams faced strong competition last weekend, with Heath competing at the Tracy Wills Invitational in Highland Park and Rockwall splitting runners and field event athletes between the Allen Eagles Relays and the talent-laden Jesuit-Sheaner Relays.

At the 49th annual Jesuit-Sheaner Relays on Saturday, athletes had to overcome a rain delay, but got in all the events. State champions Desoto and Lancaster posted outstanding performances as expected, along with Colleyville Heritage and top point medalist Brett Bofinger.

Leading athletes and teams annually prep for this weekend’s Texas Relays at Jesuit-Sheaner, making it one of the most competitive meets in the Southwest.

Rockwall’s Jonny Lee captured the gold medal in the Pole Vault with a vault of 14-0 in windy weather conditions, Gaines Kinsey finished second in the 800 with his time of 1:56.30 and the 4X400 Relay team of Fair, Montanez, Wright and Kinsey ran 3:29.18 for ninth place.

Desoto won the Class 5A team title with 80 points over second-place Southlake Carroll (56) and third-place Arlington Martin (55), and Lancaster (134) easily won the Class 4A championship over second-place Dallas Carter (46) and third-place Bishop Dunne (44).