The Atascocita Boys 4x100m Smashes US High School Record with 38.92

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The Atascocita boys' 4x100m relay team achieved a remarkable feat by setting a new U.S. high school record at the Victor Lopez Classic held in Houston, Texas, on Saturday, March 23. 

Comprising athletes Tory Blaylock, Landon Fontenot, Jordan Parker, and Jelani Watkins, the team hinted at their potential for greatness during Friday's heats, leading the nation with a swift preliminary time of 40.22 seconds. 

In the finals on Saturday, the Atascocita squad stunned spectators by demolishing their competitors with a groundbreaking time of 38.92 seconds, establishing a new U.S. high school record by nearly one second and claiming the fastest time in the world for the year thus far.

Duncanville's team also delivered an impressive performance, breaking the 40-second mark with a time of 39.65 seconds to secure second place.

Highschool 4x100m Boys Final

1Atascocita 38.92 - T. Blaylock, L. Fontenot, J. Parker, J. Watkins
2Duncanville 39.65 -  A. Theus, D. Moore, B. Williams, C. Durham
3Tompkins 40.01 -  B. Hamilton, J. Keys, H. Jensen, J. McMillan
4FB Ridge Point 40.68 -  M. Dossett, A. Bethel-Roman, T. Johnson, B. Webber
5The Woodlands 40.94 -  P. Watkins, P. Stewart, A. Self, T. Honeyman
6Mayde Creek 41.56 - C. Nelson, E. Ferguson, C. Bradford, E. Aponte
7Katy 41.70 - S. Vamvakias, H. Baig, I. McMillian, E. Brooks
8Ft Bend Marshall 45.45 -  M. Ratcliff, D. Wilkerson, W. Mitchell, K. Williams
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