Paul W. Bryant Stampede sets track records
Wed. February 05, 2014 at 1:13 a.m. | By Staff Report
At the Alabama High School Athletic Association state track and field championships on Tuesday, Harrison Dudley of Paul W. Bryant High School won the Class 5A 400-meter dash in 48.68 seconds. His time set a new state record, bettering Hunter Hawkins of Walker’s 2012 record time of 49.97.
Dudley set a Class 5A 60-meter dash record in the preliminary race on Monday, tying his career-best of 6.99 seconds to beat the old mark of 7.00 set by Kyler Towner of St. Paul’s Episcopal in 2012.
The Stampede’s 4x400 relay team also set a 5A state record with its winning time of 3:25.71.