This year's installment of the Bullis Bulldog Invitational is growing as good as the Bullis team itself. This meet simply is the biggest and best meet in the entire nation this year. You know it is a big deal when over 80 teams signup to compete from numerous states the day before Easter. Simply put, you cannot miss this meet.
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Most importantly from a coverage standpoint things are going to be 100%. MileSplit MD will have both photographers and a videographer capturing all the action this weekend from Potomac MD.
Though talented fields pack nearly every event, the big hits will be the sprints, jumps, and hurdles this weekend. Expect the relays to be a hit as well with Bullis, St. Johns, Paul Robeson, Western Branch, and Nansemond River all taking to the track in the short relays.
In the girls' main event things are going to be as tough as nationals. The girls 100 field is led by Daija Lampkin (DE) and features a staggering eight girls sub-12. The 100H field is almost as impressive with three sub-14 runners as well.
On the boys' side of things should be just as exciting. Eric Harrison Jr. (St. Johns - DC) will lead things in the sprints and his MD counterpart, Dalton Hengst (McDonogh School), will lead things in the distance events.
Finally in the field events the event to watch will be the boys' long jump featuring a star-studded showdown between Baltimore Poly's William Henderson, Western Branch's Jahkwan Blackley, and Suitland's Isa Bynum.
Regardless of the event, expect some huge performances and awesome coverage from the Bullis Bulldog Invitational this weekend.