CNU Winter Frolic Day 1 - Tyson 7.01 55 & 19+ LJ! Overstreet vaults 12'6! Dec 11, 2010

  All photos by John Herzog After a sub 40 second 300 meter clocking and 5'6" clearance last weekend at Boo Williams Sportsplex to open her senior year of indoor track, Western Branch's Keilah Tyson had a nice tandem of performances in the sprints and jumps again on Friday at CNU. Tyson just missed matching or besting her previous 55 meter dash performance with a US #1 7.01 clocking in the finals and had another early season US leading performance in the long jump with her leap of 19'0.75".   Atlee senior Cameron Overstreet ascended quickly to all-time heights in the pole vault to begin this indoor season with her new personal best and high school facility record clearance of 12'6". Overstreet had cleared over 12 feet four times last year as a junior with one clearance at 12'3" before her performance on Friday night in Newport News.   A great matchup at the CNU Winter Frolic between two of the state's top returning hurdlers in Daniel McFadden of Heritage and Anthony Williams of Potomac Senior. Williams came out strong in the prelims with a 7.44 clocking, but McFadden had the better race in the finals to edge Williams with a 7.45 victory. Williams took second in the finals at 7.49, while his Potomac teammate Devin Brewer placed third.   More to come from CNU including photo gallery of both Friday and Saturday's events by John Herzog.   CNU Winter Frolic - Day 1 Results