Friday Sprint Flush With Saguaro Sabercats

Kelee Ringo (Jr.) is the top cornerback in the country and the no. 1 sprinter in Arizona for the second year in a row. Ringo showed up on the scene last year when he clinched victories in the 100-meter and the 200-meter dash at the Chandler Rotary Invitational. He continued to dominate and cliched two individual State-Titles in the D3 Boys 100m and the 200m, and was the reliable anchor for the Sabercats 4x100m relay which won back-to-back State Titles.

This year, he repeatedly dominated his races while balancing workouts and meets with spring football. This season, he ran a US No. 19 time of 10.43 in the Elite Boys' 100m at the Chandler Rotary Invitational. At the Scottsdale City Championships the Sabercats 400m Relay team clocked 40.85, ranked as the 16th fastest time in the nation.

In addition to Ringo, the Sabercats had Mason Davies place 5th in the 200m Final and Matthew Polk take 7th in the 100m Final for the Division 3 Boys competition at the AIA Track and Field State Championships.
4 x form starts
1 x 40m
1 x 60m
1 x 40m
1 x 60m
1 x 150m
Walking recovery in-between
(Relay exchanges for some)
Ringo has narrowed down his top five schools to Alabama, Georgia, Ohio State, Oregon, and University of Texas - Austin. No matter where he chooses to continue his education and athletic career, we'll be rooting for him to run fast.