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2005 Track

Discussion in 'College Football' started by bucknut11, Mar 20, 2005.

  1. bucknut11

    bucknut11 Defense still wins Championships

    Since we all like to hear how fast the recruits are, I thought I'd start up this thread. I follow all the track stuff pretty closely, so I can post updated results as they happen...

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    Yesterday was the unofficial indoor track state championships. It wasn't sanctioned by OHSAA, but they did it by invitation only to the top 16 performers in each event during the indoor season. Several OSU prospects (and commits) were in attendance and did very well. As should be expected, Glenville took home the team title.

    Jamario and Freddie Lenix ran in the 55meter dash. Jamario got 2nd overall, running 6.47 and Freddie was just a step behind him for 3rd place in 6.51. If my calculations are correct, that works out to be a legit 4.3 40yard dash for both of them! Freddie later won the 200m dash in 22.54 seconds and then the two of them led the 4*400m relay team to a first place finish.

    Brian Hartline, apparently better from his leg injury, finished 3rd in the 55m hurdles (7.60 seconds).

    Younger brother, Mike Hartline finished 2nd in the high jump, clearing 6'6". Mike also ran in the hurdles, but didn't make the finals.

    Glenville's Curtis Smith and Ray Fisher also placed in the meet.
     
  2. B2B2

    B2B2 Newbie

    Thanks much for the info. I'd be a little careful about extrapolating 40 times however. Will you continue to post Ohio Prep track results throughout the spring? I hope so, I live out of state and so see little information about future Bucks.


    Thanks again!
     
  3. bucknut11

    bucknut11 Defense still wins Championships

    Yeah, I'll keep posting the results throughout the season, no problem.

    I know about the 40 times that it's not exact, but it does give you an idea of how quick these Glenville guys are. Where's that Florida speed now? It's in Cleveland and Columbus. :biggrin:
     
  4. ol104

    ol104 RIP Neutron Man

    Do you know who happended to place first in the 55 M dash?
     
  5. bucknut11

    bucknut11 Defense still wins Championships

    Sophomore Brandon Saine from Piqua in 6.39 seconds
     
  6. BGriffBuckeye

    BGriffBuckeye Haaaang on Sloopy, Sloopy Hang on!! O.. H.. I.. O.

    A bit OT: Piqua's football website is pretty sweet... and there is a photo of Saine as well as Pitcock's younger brother.

    From Bucknuts:
    [​IMG] Brandon Saine
    [​IMG] Jafe Pitcock

    http://www.piquafootball.com/index.php
     
    Last edited: Mar 20, 2005
  7. jwinslow

    jwinslow A MAN OF BETRAYED JUSTICE Staff Member Tourney Pick'em Champ

    Sorry to hijack the convo, but does anyone know what teddy's 55m times were? I realize its not his strong suit, but did he run it in HS?
     
  8. HilmerJ

    HilmerJ Junior

    Doesnt Chris Wells run track?

    will you be seeing him in these meets
     
  9. You can't simply convert meters into yds in this case to calculate the 40 times without taking into how much runners accelerate. Runners speed up, which means that they run faster in the last few yds.
     
  10. Buckeye Nut

    Buckeye Nut Junior

    Very true, the first 40 yards are going to be slower than the last 40 because you have to accelerate at the beginning.
     
  11. bucknut11

    bucknut11 Defense still wins Championships

    Yes guys, I know that. It was just a way to say, "wow, these guys are fast!"
     
  12. bucknut11

    bucknut11 Defense still wins Championships

    GlenOak standouts Brian and Mike Hartline competed in the Ward Invitational at East Palestine today and did very well. Brian won the 300m hurdles in 40.4 and Mike was a few steps behind him in 41.8 seconds. They were also on the first place 4*400m relay team (3:36). Mike won the high jump at 6' even. Brian was also on the winning 4*100m relay team. I believe Glenville had their first big meet today, so I should have some information on them soon.

    ***

    Ross Homan currently has a season-best 100m time of 11.68. Not bad for a 220+ pound linebacker! We really need a fast LB... haha
     
    Last edited: Apr 2, 2005
  13. bucknut11

    bucknut11 Defense still wins Championships

    Glenville ran at the Eastmoor Academy Invitational on Saturday...

    Freddie Lenix ran an electronically-timed 10.64 in the 100m!!! He beat Minny-bound LB Alex Daniels by over .7 seconds. After winning the 100, Freddie went on and won the 200m in 21.80 seconds. This effort in the 200m broke the meet record set by some guy named Ted Ginn by over .25 seconds!

    Glenville's sprinting crew also won all 3 sprint relays (not sure who was on them).

    06 OL recruit Bryant Browning won the shot-put (47 feet) and was 5th in the discus.

    Kudos to Freddie for his efforts!
     
  14. BB73

    BB73 Loves Buckeye History Staff Member Bookie '16 & '17 Upset Contest Winner

    An electronic 10.64 is some serious speed.

    Has anybody heard of that Ginn guy that had the 200 meet record? Is he fast?
     
  15. CleveBucks

    CleveBucks Serenity now

    If I read the results right, Lenix also broke Zach Logan's meet record in the 100m (10.94 to 10.64). holy shit.
     

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