LUBBOCK, Texas – The reigning WAC indoor 60-meter champion Justin Raines wasted no time turning heads in Lubbock on day one of many Texas Tech Open.
Raines, a sophomore out of Copperas Cove, broke the varsity document within the 60m sprint with a run of 6.70 that received him his warmth and superior him to the following part. He additionally received his warmth within the 60m hurdles, operating a time of 8.11 to advance.
Justin Raines overtakes his earlier better of 6.71 within the 60m sprint with this SCHOOL RECORD run of 6.70 to win his warmth and advance 🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/CgAS1Aas9x
— Tarleton Cross Nation & Observe and Discipline (@TarletonXCTrack) January 27, 2023
One other college document toppled as true freshman Sage Barmettler cleared 3.73m within the pole vault. This consequence got here after Barmettler beforehand set the varsity document on the Crimson and Gold Traditional in December, clearing 3.53m.
Freshman Sage Barmettler breaks her personal college document not as soon as, however twice, and will get a lifetime PR to prime it off!! pic.twitter.com/gJSoqDjqOf
— Coach Alex Wills (@atgwills17) January 28, 2023
Brandon McKissick, a graduate pupil out of Liberty Hill, impressed within the 400m sprint as he positioned third in his warmth operating 48.41. The run slotted him in third place all-time in Tarleton historical past, only a hundredth of a second behind his personal time (48.40) from the 2020 season. Freshman Canyun Staton ran a 49.37 within the 400m sprint, good for the twenty seventh finest time on the Tech Open.
Brandon McKissick makes a late push within the 400m run and finishes with a time of 48.41 good for fifteenth general out of 51! pic.twitter.com/ypvECUm3nl
— Tarleton Cross Nation & Observe and Discipline (@TarletonXCTrack) January 28, 2023
The highest girls’s performer within the 60m sprint for the Texans was junior Hanna Dudley. Dudley ran a 7.69 which positioned her in twenty first of 63 student-athletes.
Within the males’s lengthy bounce, graduate pupil Alan Palmer jumped 6.48m.
Junior Brady Sisneroz was the second highest males’s finisher for the Texans within the 60m hurdles, operating 8.61 seconds.
The Texans shall be again in motion tomorrow with occasions starting at 10 a.m. CT. The meet shall be streamed on ESPN+.