Wright jumps to second

Omar Wright continued Cayman’s collegiate medal-winning performances to take second place in the men’s high jump at the Conference USA indoor championships. The Rice University senior cleared 2.04 metres (6’8 1/4″).
Carl and Carlos Morgan are scheduled to compete at Iowa State on Saturday in the men’s long jump.
The identical twins have identical best marks this season of 7.57m (24’10”), which they hope to improve, as they have provisionally qualified in the event for the NCAA Division I indoor championships at the University of Arkansas the weekend after.
Ronald Forbes of Florida International University is still tied for the runner-up spot in NCAA Division I 60m hurdles with his 7.68 second time. Forbes has automatically qualified to compete at Arkansas.
King College sprinters Tyrell Cuffy and Kemar Hyman are on tap for action at the NAIA National indoor championships this weekend at Johnson City, Tennessee.
Tyrell is ranked fifth in the 60m sprint at 6.87secs,with Kemar in 19th spot off a 6.96 secs clocking.
Cuffy’s 21.94secs for the indoor 200m has him in fourth overall.

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