Welcome to Track Chats 2012! We continue with javelin superstar Haley Crouser from Gresham HS in Oregon. Haley has big expectations for the 2012 outdoor season, especially with the Olympic Trials coming this summer. Few could predict, however, that she would come out in her first meet, the Aloha Relays, and launch a HS record toss of 181-02!
Cayla Hatton went US#7 AT in the 5000m in 16:14.99 while Ajee Wilson won the 800m with a time of 2:05.28. (Photo by Charles Stone)
Alexa Efraimson Tatum Taylor ran 10.65 and Justin Brown jumped 23-08 to lead the guys. Hannah Cunliffe ran 11.77, while Alexa Efraimson topped Paige Rice in an exciting 1500.
South Eugene's Ivy League bound seniors Brian Eimstad and Paige Kouba talk about their magical senior year.
Hannah Cunliffe competed in the open 100 and 200 impressing the college women.
Haley Crouser had a successful 2 days competing in the open 100 Hurdles, Javelin, and High Jump.
Brenna Peloquin was the runner-up to Sara Tsai in the Freshman Girls 3000.
Runner-up Cody Danielson of Newberg and winner Sean Keller of Heritage talk about the javelin competition.
Matthew Maton competed in the exciting freshman boys 3000 race and won with a fine finishing kick.
English Gardner, NCAA champion and winner of the women's open 100, had a few words about 3rd place finisher Hannah Cunliffe.
Ashante Horsley of McMinnville won the girls 400 and chatted about running at Hayward Field.
Oshay Dunmore of Newport gives his perspective of competing as a high school student in the open field and his plans for state and the decathlon.
Will Drinkwater was part of Gig Harbor's successful weekend at the Oregon Relays. Will was the runner-up in the 1500 as well as the 800.
Alexa Efraimson of Camas and Paige Rice of St. Mary's Academy finished 1st and 2nd in the girls 1500.
Tristan Peloquin of Gig Harbor waged a tight battle in the Freshman boys 3000.
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