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2012 Morehouse Relays

Track and Field athletes from middle school to Olympic Development competed in the 41st Morehouse Relays from Thursday through Saturday at the Edwin Moses Track inside B.T. Harvey Stadium.

Florida A&Ms quartet of Lewis, Phillips, Richey, and Tillman rolled to the 12th fastest 4x100 relay time (40.55 sec). Benson, Leverett, Reynolds and Thompson led Albany State to the second fastest time (40.86 sec) in the event which was good enough for the 2nd best in Division II thus far this season. Stillman finished third with the 5th best D2 time at 41.02 secs. Both Albany State and Stillman notched D2 provisional qualifier status for their performance.

Albany State's Jordan Thompson finished ahead of all competitors in the men's 400 m hurdles. His time of 52.55 secs stands as the fourth best D2 time to date.

Isaiah Leggette jumped 14.91 m (48 ft, 11 in) to earn a provisional qualifier distinction for the D2 Championships.

Kentucky State's Deven 'Tattoo' Boxx bested the field in the shot put competition with a heave of 13.84 m (45 ft, 5 in).

In women's competition, Columbus State's Shelisia Crawford bested a deep field to win the women's 200 meter with a provisional qualifying time of 24.52 secs. The senior helped the 4 x 100 m relay team to a second place finish with a provisional qualifying time of 46.95 secs.

Albany State thrower Cree Ann Perkins topped all collegiate participants with a toss of 43.57m (142 ft, 11 in) in the women's discus throw.

Southwest Dekalb's girls team dominated the high school relays competition winning the 4x200 meters, 1600 Sprint Medley and Distance Medley. Shiloh high school boys finished in the top five in every relay including wins in the 4x100 m, 1600 Sprint Medley and Distance Medley

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