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Sooooooooooooo

 

looks like the great 8 is going to be extremely competitive starting in the 800 and going up

 

idk about anything shorter than that

 

maybe the fastest year in a while

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Sooooooooooooo

 

looks like the great 8 is going to be extremely competitive starting in the 800 and going up

 

idk about anything shorter than that

 

maybe the fastest year in a while

 

 

Yes I will have to agree, by just looking at the comp from the austin peay meet you know great eight is going to be fierce this year. (even though i fluked in that race /dry.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=" ) And the mile times are quite impressive easily the best Ive seen in my career on average.

 

P.S. who saw the epic dual in the mile between mahaney and rainey? It was pretty beast

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lets see some predictions for state

 

2 mile- mahaney and musick are gonna be fighting it out

1 mile- mahaney

800- mahaney, or mayyyybe big maybe the dl kid if hes fresh

 

thats about all the distance races and all i got

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3200: Mahaney. He'll sit around for a while and then let loose late. Musick and Cole should be relatively close, I'd imagine all 3 go under 9:47, but not like 9:30.

1600: Mahaney. The kid's a 4:22 guy, seriously.

800: I don't know how I can go against the kid. Mahaney one more time.

 

My state status hinges on running about 3:30 in the 4x4 at sectionals. Count on it not.

I do get one last race though, on my home track so what a way to go.

 

Good luck to all of you guys. I will most likely be in Orlando at the time but will probably be constantly checking in with Mark Voyles to see how everyone does.

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3200: Mahaney. He'll sit around for a while and then let loose late. Musick and Cole should be relatively close, I'd imagine all 3 go under 9:47, but not like 9:30.

1600: Mahaney. The kid's a 4:22 guy, seriously.

800: I don't know how I can go against the kid. Mahaney one more time.

 

My state status hinges on running about 3:30 in the 4x4 at sectionals. Count on it not.

I do get one last race though, on my home track so what a way to go.

 

Good luck to all of you guys. I will most likely be in Orlando at the time but will probably be constantly checking in with Mark Voyles to see how everyone does.

 

I'm still of the opinion that a 1:59/2:00 really has no business winning state =), but judging from the fact that no one else has stepped up from across the state then I have to agree. Because this will be Mahaney's third race, he should be prime for beating, but I think even a fatigued Mahaney will run no worse than a 2:00. Judging from the other times from across the state, I think that he will win.

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We all got used to GJ running about 1:54 like it was his job, solo.

 

Very true. I just think it would be nice if A/AA could get to the point where the state champion in the 800 could year in and year out run more in the 1:56 -1:58 range instead of the 1:59-2:00 range. Compared to the rest of the state, alot of times our 800 times aren't that respectable. Especially considering how many teams put emphasis on the 4x800. I know in middle Tennessee, station camp, DL, MLK, FRA, always put a pretty big emphasis on 4x800's

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East

3200 boys

1. Alden Collins (USJC) - 10:20

2. Trevor Ausburger (USJC)

 

3200 girls

1. Megan Ferowich (KC) - 11:15

2. Alex Mullin (ND)

3. Diana Eddington (MC) *at large*

4. Joanna Thompson (KC) *at large*

 

4x8 boys

1. USJC - 8:40

2. Notre Dame

 

4x8 girls

1. Knoxville Catholic - 10:10

2. Anderson County

3. CAK *at large*

4. Notre Dame *at large*

 

1600 boys

1. David Smith (USJC) - 4:42

2. Dylan Harper (SC)

 

1600 girls

1. Megan Ferowich (KC) - 5:15

2. Diana Eddington (MC)

3. Joanna Thompson (KC) *at large*

4. Jessica Duble (CCS) *at large*

 

800 boys

1. David Smith (USJC) - 2:03

2. Andrew Snider (ND)

 

800 girls

1. Alex Mullin (ND) - 2:18

2. Mary Thompson (CAK)

3. Megan Ferowich (KC) *at large*

4. Leah Nelson (USJC) *at large*

 

Middle

3200 boys

1. Brandon Mahaney (Macon) - 9:50

2. Jeff Musick (DL)

3. Steven Snyder (Macon) *at large*

 

3200 girls

1. Barbara Lee Ball (DL) - 11:43

2. Nicole Rammer (MLK)

 

4x8 boys

1. Station Camp - 8:20

2. MLK

3. David Lipscomb *at large*

4. Macon County *at large*

 

4x8 girls

1. David Lipscomb - 9:55

2. MLK

 

1600 boys

1. Brandon Mahaney (Macon) - 4:25

2. Jeff Musick (DL)

3. Micah Wasserman (MLK) *at large*

4. Steven Snyder (Macon) *at large*

 

1600 girls

1. Nicole Rammer (MLK) - 5:32

2. Miranda Klein

 

800 boys

1. Brandon Mahaney (Macon) - 2:01

2. Micah Wasserman (MLK)

3. Hunter Amonett (DL) *at large*

4. Michael Murray (PC) *at large*

 

800 girls

1. Nicole Rammer (MLK) - 2:26

2. Kayla Slatterly (SC)

 

West

3200 boys

1. Mark Cole (McK) - 9:55

2. Loren Newsom (Dyer)

3. Tallon Scott (Dyer) *at large*

 

3200 girls

1. Shelby Jordan (USJ) - 11:36

2. Audrey Hazelhurst (USJ)

 

4x8 boys

1. Dyersburg - 8:42**

2. Jackson Christian

 

4x8 girls

1. USJ - 10:20

2. Jackson Christian

 

1600 boys

1. Mark Cole (McK) - 4:34

2. Loren Newsom (Dyer)

 

1600 girls

1. Audrey Hazelhurst (USJ) - 5:36

2. Shelby Jordan (USJ)

 

800 boys

1. Scott Kahler (JCS) - 2:04

2. Tallon Scott (Dyer)

 

800 girls

1. Audrey Hazelhurst (USJ) - 2:28

2. Jessica Knowles (Mitchell)

 

**I edited this because I was informed that Dyersburg's 4x8 boys squad was screwing around at regionals.

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