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|Super 1 Relays loaded with talent|
There will be 23 prep track teams, both girls and boys, running Saturday in the annual Super 1 Relays at Brown Stadium on the University of Louisiana-Monroe campus.
The teams from Ouachita Parish include West Monroe, West Ouachita, Neville, Carroll, Ouachita Christian School, Richwood, St. Frederick and Wossman.
The teams from Arkansas include El Dorado, Monticello, Pine Bluff and Camden Fairview.
Mississippi teams include Clinton and Natchez.
Other teams from Louisiana include Bastrop, Ruston, Rayville, Evangel, Cedar Creek, Choudrant and Calvary Baptist.
St. Frederick is the host school for the day-long event.
The meet will start at 11 a.m. with the field events, and the running events will begin at 1 p.m. The events will operate on a rolling schedule.
Top athletes to watch for from Neville include Sean Lewis in the high jump and Michael Graves in the 100-meter dash.
Graves is also a runner in the 4 x 100-meter relay team.
Tamerron Bolton is on the 4 x 200-meter relay team and in the 200-meter dash.
Ronnie Johnson is also in the 200-meter relay and the 200-meter dash.
Brandon Thomas is also in the 400 meter relay as well as the 400 meter dash.
On the girls side of the ledger, Neville has two sprinters who could provide a spark.
Derdre Dade and Cleotha Thomas both run the sprints and both are on the 4 x 100 relay team.
"We are untested more than anything," said Tigers Head Coach Kathy Rasco. "Of course, this is the first meet, so we'll see what happens."
Neville will also have Jasmine Lee performing in the high jump.
West Ouachita was a surprise last season and several key performers are coming back this season.
Malcolm Carter was a district champion in the 200 meter dash. Ray Moss was a district champion in the 100 meter high hurdles, DeMarcus Brustard in the 300 hurdles, Josh Alleman was a district champion in the javelin, and Tim Lindsey was in the pole vault.
"We surprised every one last season," said West Ouachita Head Coach Don Tumey. "We've had big numbers come out for our team."
West Ouachita's girls team did well. Erica Tumey in the low hurdles, Kaitlen Tilly in the pole vault, and three of the four runners return for the 4 x 400. Ashley Wright, Crystal Albritton, and Taleta Carter.