State 100-meter dash runners go low in trials

St. Louis' Roman Wilson beat out teamate Keola Yada and Punahou's Vincent Terrell in the 100-meter dash at the ILH track and field championships. All three finished the 100 in less than 11 seconds in qualifying at the state track and field championships on Friday. Photo by Dennis Oda/Star-Advertiser.

Six runners went lower than 11 seconds in the 100-meter dash trials at the Island Movers/HHSAA Track and Field State Championships on Friday at War Memorial Stadium in Wailuku, Maui.

The half-dozen speedsters were led by Saint Louis’ Roman Wilson, who ran a personal-best 10.70 seconds.

That time tied for the best in Hawaii so far this season with Seabury Hall’s Noah Payne.


Wilson’s Crusaders teammate Keola Yadao was two hundredths of a second behind in 10.72, and he was followed by Payne (10.76), Punahou’s Vincent Terrell (10.85), Hilo’s Riley Patterson (10.91) and Moanalua’s Rashod Tanner (10.93).


It sets up for a thrilling final on Saturday at 4:40 p.m.

Note: All field and running event finals scheduled for Saturday have been moved one hour up from the originally planned times.

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