Langston Jackon's PR came at the 2018 Bryan Station Woodall Invitational in 10.49 when he absolutely demolished the field!
As we embark on the outdoor track and field season, we are going to break down all 14 individual events for the boys and girls across the state. Not only will you find the overall rankings, but also who leads each of the three classifications (A, AA, & AAA) but also who are the top athletes in each graduating class (2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022). Can you believe it? Outdoor season is coming soon!
The 100m dash has been one of the hottest races at the state meet for the past couple years with epic duals: Langston Jackson vs. JP Vaught (2017) , Max Bearden vs Dillon Wheatley (2016), and William Allen vs. Kasaun James (2016). Coming into the 2019 season, Jackson has the clear lead on the state field. The University of Kentucky commit has already run a US #2 60m time and is not showing any signs on slowing down. A slip out of the blocks at the regional meet in 2018 prevented a rematch of Langston and JP at the state meet as we had in 2017. Now they are seniors, what can we expect on June 1?
Class of 2019
Class of 2020
Class of 2021
Class of 2022
**Class of 2022 times only include marks that were run at a high school