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Law breaks national record to highlight Day 5 USA Youth Outdoor Championships

ARLINGTON, Texas--  A record breaking performance by Kendrick Law, establishing a new Sub-Bantam boys national record in the 200m highlighted day five of the USA Youth Track & Field Championships at Maverick stadium at The University of Texas-Arlington.

Law (Spar Track Club) battled it out with Kamran McIntosh-Ross (Metro Atlanta Spirit) in the 200m final of the Sub-Bantam boys division. Law edged out McIntosh-Ross and came away with the national record. Both McIntosh Ross (28.96) and Law (28.90) bettered the previous record set in 2011 by Zion Russell.

The 200m was not the first time the pair have faced-off this competition. Both competed in the long jump, where Law finished second and McIntosh-Ross took third. The duo will meet again in tomorrow’s 100m final. McIntosh-Ross goes into the final with the top seed of 14.64, while Law is listed as the second seed in 14.73.

The 3,000m Youth Boys race warmed the track up when Jacob Ogden and Phillip Rocha chased each other for the national record. Rocha (So Cal Roadrunners) led for most of the race with Ogden (South Orange County Wildcats) trailing right behind him. Rocha, who was the anchor leg of the winning 4x800m Relay, could not hold off Ogden in the end. Sprinting down the final straightaway, Ogden leaned at the line to finish in 9:04.41 with Rocha a nose behind in 9:04.45. Both were within half a second of the national record of 9:04.06.

Though Ogden and Rocha are competitors, they both hail from Southern California and reguarly push each other in competition.

“I like racing with [Phillip] because we always push each other,” Ogden said. “We always get a great time when we are with each other.”

“I’m happy for Jacob,” Rocha said. “He helps me push the race. I’m proud of him.”

Rocha and Ogden will meet up again in the Youth Boys 1500m final tomorrow. Rocha has the top seed at 4:20.46 while Ogden has the second fastest seed at 4:21.33.

The Bantam Boys high jump national record holder, Sean Lee, added another national championship title to his resume. Lee (USA High Jump Club) took home first place in the Midget Boys high jump competition, beating out his nearest competitor by 10 inches.

Winners from today’s events include:
Young Women Long Jump: Anna Robinson (5.76m/18-10.75)
Young Men Long Jump: Cameron Burrell (7.29m/23-11)
Intermediate Boys High Jump: Matthew Martinson (1.85m/6-0.75)
Sub-Bantam Girls Shot Put: Reghan Hunter (6.29m/20-7.75)
Midget Boys Discus Throw: Cole Van Vuren (31.99m/104-11)
Youth Girls Javelin Throw: Katelyn Gochenour (38.77m/127-2)
Intermediate Boys Pole Vault: Hunter Carlton (4.15m/13-7.25)
Midget Girls 3000m: Chanel Parkin (10:52.98)
Midget Boys 3000m: Jericho Cleveland (10:19.86)
Youth Girls 3000m: Julia Heymach (10:23.00)
Youth Boys 3000m: Jacob Ogden (9:04.41)
Bantam Boys Shot Put: Teagun Glenn (8.56m/28-1)
Midget Girls Discus Throw: Maya Stanley (27.37m/89-9)
Young Boys Javelin Throw: William Petersson (46.09m/151-2)
Intermediate Girls 3000m: Rebekah Topham (10:19.94)
Young Women 3000m: Nicole Mello (10:12.21)
Sub-Bantam Boys Long Jump: Landyn Dupper (3.95m/12-11.5)
Intermediate Girls Long Jump: Samiyah Samuels (5.68m/18-7.75)
Midget Boys High Jump: Sean Lee (1.70m/5-7)
Sub-Bantam Girls 200m: Azjah Reeves (30.88)
Sub-Bantam Boys 200m: Kendrick Law (28.90)
Bantam Girls 200m: Denaye Thomas (27.64)
Bantam Boys 200m: James Smith (26.34)
Midget Girls 200m: Aphiniti Crupper (25.97)
Midget Boys 200m: Jaiden Woodbey (25.85)
Youth Girls 200m: Lynna Irby (23.88)
Youth Boys 200m: JaQuintmin Taylor (22.75)
Intermediate Girls 200m: Aleia Hobbs (24.19)
Intermediate Boys 200m: Mark Barre' (21.74)
Young Women 200m: Marcquita Stalbert (23.47)
Young Men 200m: Thaddeus Coleman (21.63)
Youth Boys Shot Put: Cliffton Coffey (17.04m/55-11)
Young Men Javelin Throw: Morgan Tanasijevich (52.92m/173-7)
Sub-Bantam Girls 800m: Drew Hines (2:55.91)
Sub-Bantam Boys 800m: Shane Greene (2:44.65)
Bantam Girls 800m: Destini Jeter (2:34.01)
Bantam Boys 800m: Stanley St-Fleur (2:20.85)
Midget Girls 800m: Macie Kolb (2:20.02)
Midget Boys 800m: Eddy Yescas (2:15.42)
Youth Girls 800m: Sydney Gandy (2:20.74)
Youth Boys 800m: Cade Burks (2:01.97)
Intermediate Girls 800m: Onaye Parker (2:13.54)
Intermediate Boys 800m: Terrell Green (1:59.18)
Young Women 800m: Clara Nichols (2:15.87)
Young Men 800m: Taylor Click (1:55.46)
Sub-Bantam Girls 4x100m Relay: The Wings Track Club (1:02.62)
Sub-Bantam Boys 4x100m Relay: Los Angeles Jets Track Club (59.85)
Bantam Girls 4x100m Relay: Track Houston Youth Track Club (55.32)
Bantam Boys 4x100m Relay: Track Houston Youth Track Club (52.56)
Midget Girls 4x100m Relay: Arizona Cheetahs Track Club (51.03)
Midget Boys 4x100m Relay: Hallmark Track Club (49.90)
Youth Girls 4x100m Relay: Cedar Hill Blaze Track Club (47.72)
Youth Boys 4x100m Relay: Track Houston Youth Track Club (44.82)
Intermediate Girls 4x100m Relay: Track Houston Youth Track Club (46.45)
Intermediate Boys 4x100m Relay: Desoto Nitro (42.12)
Young Women 4x100m Relay: Track Dynamite (45.48)
Young Men 4x100m Relay: Desoto Nitro (40.05)

Late additions to yesterday’s results:
Midget Boys Long Jump: Martell Irby (5.02m/16-5.75)
Youth Girls Triple Jump: Kayla Champion (9.88m/32-5)

The last day of competition will resume tomorrow, July 1st at 9:00 am EST with the the Young Girls long jump.

Complete results and live updates can be found here

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