Track and Field: It looks like 100 will be a (quick) three-man race
For the second time in two weeks, the unofficial title of Pacific high school’s fastest human has changed hands.
Chris Watson, Nile C. Kinnick’s sophomore sprinter, recorded the Pacific’s fastest 100-meter time on Saturday, clocking 11.15 seconds in the Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools finals at Yokota.
And he seemed surprised to learn that he took over the regional lead from Humphreys’ Tevijon Williams by .03 seconds; Williams hit 11.18 on May 3 in Korea’s Last Chance Invitational.
“I did not realize that,” Watson said when told of his feat.
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