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Team CCWLLC track and field 4x100m relay finished 5th @ Historical Penn Relays 2008. The team of Darwin Davis, Kenny Washington, Josh Abrams, Jeremy Bascom ran 41.66.

121 ODM 4x100 Friday, 1:15 pm
 
Final on Time
Place ID School/Affiliation Mark Runners SEC
1 AB The Executives Track Club A 39.82 Kendel Stevens, Phillippe DeRosier, Lee Prowell, Julian Dunkley 1
2 AE U.S. Elite A 40.30 Rondrick Parker, Tanko Braimah, DeRico Tilley, Byron Gibson 1
3 BA The Executives Track Club B 40.49 1
4 AL New Horizon TC A 40.81 1
5 AO CCWLLC 41.66 1
6 AM Shore AC/National 42.10 1

US Elite excels @ Penn Relays

 

Team US Elite continued their wonderful progress toward becoming the number one USATF track and field club and solidify their hold as the number two sprint club by collecting three silver medals and a bronze at the historical Penn Relays. 

The men’s 4x100m relay team set a team record in taking the silver in an impressive mark of 40.30. The team of Rondrick Parker (Savannah, GA - USA), Tanko Braimah (Raleigh, NCGhana), DeRico Tilley (Mobile, ALUSA) and Bryon Gibson (Atlanta, GAUSA) was forced into 2nd by a championship record run of 39.82.

The woman’s 4x100m relay team was just as impressive considering that it’s the first time the team was running together. The team of LaTisha Moulds (Baltimore, MDUSA), Nico White (Bowie, MDUSA), Keishia Thorpe-Randolph (Atlanta, GA – USA/JAM) and Ayanna Alexander (Baton Rouge, LA – Trinidad) collected their silver medal with a 46.47 mark.

The women’s 4x400m relay also set a team record in picking up the silver medal in the event. The team of Keishia Thorpe-Randolph, Ayanna Alexander (first time running the 400m in about 5 years), Treisha Thorpe-Dulgarian (Largo, MD – USA/JAM) and LaTricia Dendy (New York, NYUSA) set the mark of 3:47.22.

The men’s 4x400m team has their trials leading up the race (including losing a leg 15 minutes before the start) but still performance to expectations. The team of Keith McMillian (Boulder, COUSA), Justin Bryon (Baltimore, MDUSA), Kemar Brown (Langley Park, MD – JAM) and Andrew Paresta (Hampton, VAUSA) placed 3rd with a mark of 3:15.45.

The team will next compete at the University of Delaware on May 3rd, 2008.

CCWLLC & US Elite Men's - 4x100m Video @ Penn Relays

US Elite Women's 4x400m Relay Video

US Elite Men's 4x400 Relay Team Video

Odell Brown recieved Cutters - Catch of the Game:
 
Daytona Beach, FL.
 
Rookie Offensive Lineman and Tight End Odell Brown catch the first touchdown pass ever for the Daytona Beach ThunderBirds at home and recieved the Cutters Catch of the Game verus the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Pioneers. Odell #76 is playing his first season in the AFL 2 League is already making an impact.
 
See complete article below.
 

Beaulah complete successful first season on championship team.
 
Warren Beaulah completed his first season as a member of the runner up BL champions - Arkansas Impact.  Werren scored 17 points in the championship game against the home team Rochester Razorsharks.
 
Beaulah came on start toward the end of the season and was a key contributor in the team's run to the championships.
 
In the last six regular season games, he scored - 12, 12, 14, 18, 31 and 38 and was the first player off the bench. He scored 7 in the first playoff game before sitting out the next two with a sore ankle but came back to score 17 in the finals.
 
Championship - Box Score
 

Warren's 2008 Season Stats

Ola Adams attend local showcase workout for Redskins scouts and team management.
 
NFL Hopefuls Get a Look At Redskins Park
By Gary Fitzgerald
Redskins.com
April 4, 2008

A year ago, Alex Buzbee, Sam Hollenbach and Marcus Mason arrived at Redskins Park hoping to fulfill an NFL dream.

First they had to stand out from the crowd of about 70 local college players working out for coaches and scouts.

Buzbee, Hollenbach and Mason did enough to warrant an invite to training camp. From there, they earned a place on the Redskins' roster and practice squad last season.

On Friday, the next batch of NFL hopefuls--69 in all--arrived at Redskins Park.

The workout was a chance for local college players to be evaluated by the Redskins' coaches and scouts in an NFL surrounding.

To attend, the player had to be draft eligible and either played college or high school football in the Washington, D.C. region.

The bulk of players came from local colleges, such as Maryland, Howard, Bowie State and Georgetown. Players from Syracuse, Boston College, Delaware, North Carolina and Virginia Tech were also on hand.

Perhaps the top prospect in attendance was Maryland linebacker Erin Henderson, the brother of Minnesota Vikings linebacker E.J. Henderson (also a Maryland grad).

Henderson is expected to be a second- or third-round pick in the April 26-27 NFL Draft.

He completed his junior season at Maryland last year and recorded 133 tackles, 11 tackles for a loss, one sack, one interception and four fumble recoveries.

Another top college prospect on hand was West Virginia's Owen Schmitt, a top-rated fullback. Schmitt, a 6-3, 250-pounder, is expected to be a third- or fourth-round selection in the draft.

Maryland running back Keon Lattimore and Richmond wide receiver Arman Shields were also in attendance. Lattimore has been projected as a fifth-round draft pick, while Shields is thought to be a sixth-rounder.

The following local players attended the workout at Redskins Park:

REDSKINS WORKOUTS, APRIL 4
Position Player College
DB Ola Adams Concord College
OL Marshall Ausberry Liberty
P Johnny Ayers Boston College
RB Lance Ball Maryland
QB Matt Bassuener Georgetown
RB Frank Berchie Howard
K Eric Bjonerud Georgetown
WR Will Blanden Howard
LB Brian Bradford Towson
DB Julius Brown E. Michigan
DL Larry Brown Kent State
DL Jarrett Burgess Howard
DL Cornelius Campbell Syracuse
RB Phillip Carter Bridgewater
DB Kevin Cherepski Georgetown
WR Mike Clarke Wesley College
DB Markus Cortez (No School)
WR Brent Craft Georgetown
RB Omar Cuff Delaware
WR Larry Duncan Howard
RB Barrington Edwards North Carolina
OL Justin Faust Howard
DL Carlos Feliciano Maryland
P Patrick Fisher LSU
RB Richard Fitzhugh Tuskegee
DB Isaah Gardner Maryland
QB Chris Gibson Prairie View A&M
TE Jason Goode Maryland
RB Larry Graham St. Paul's College
DL Alex Hall St. Augustine
DL Rudolph Hardie Howard
OL Travis Harmon Howard
TE Joey Haynos Maryland
LB Erin Henderson Maryland
WR Bruce Hocker Duquesne
LB Joseph Hooks Shepherd
WR Fred Howze Frostburg State
DB Rickey Jackson Howard
OL Jerrick Jeffreys Bowie State
LB Chris Johnson Bowie State
QB Brian Johnson Howard
DB J.J. Justice Maryland
OL Torrain Kelly Bowie State
OL James Key Morgan State
RB Keon Lattimore Maryland
LB Jermaine Lemons Maryland
TE Ernie Lomax Hampton
DB Reggie McCoy Delaware State
LS Bren McDermond Maryland
DB Randall Means Howard
DB Roland Minor Virginia Tech
WR Rice Moss Syracuse
DB Paul Mulbah Duquesne
DB Colin Nelson Maryland
LB Kofi Nkrumah Morgan State
DB Anthony Olumba Norfolk State
WR Paul Perry Towson
FB Ian Pleasant Oklahoma
FB Owen Schmitt West Virginia
WR Arman Shields Richmond
OL John Sutherland Towson
DB Steven Tate Hofstra
LB Derron Thomas Duquesne
RB Brandon Toles S. Connecticut State
WR Jeremy Trimble Army
DB Christian Varner Maryland
WR Demarcus White Iona
WR Jarahn Williams Howard
DL Bryan Wilson Morgan State

 
 
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Warren Beaulah #6 from the 706 (in blue, red and white) rising to the top as Arkansas Impact team makes championship final.
 
 

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Maryland Club sees early season success.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

 

On the road to the 2008 Olympics, local US Elite track and field club started it journey with some impressive early season performances. Two athletes have qualified for the US Indoor National championship, local high school and Garfield alum Kira Sims will be making her third consecutive trip in the women’s pole vault. Sims booked her trip with a three feet winning performance this past weekend at the Doug Raymond Invitational @ Kent State, Ohio.

            Kira Sims success has to be greatly contributed to a return to her glory days with college coach Dennis Mitchell. Sims made the move back to Ohio to try and secure a spot on the 2008 Beijing Olympic team. Thus far the moves seem to have paid off with two performances over 13 feet in two meets this season.  Kira will be returning to home to compete in the Maryland Invitational schedule for Saturday, January 19th, 2008.

            New comer and Baltimore native Rondrick Parker competing with the club for the first time won the Gulden Relays @ Bucknell University 60m dash title with a US National qualifying mark. Parker was also the 2nd leg on the winning 4x200m relay team. UMBC Alum Adam Grossman finished 2nd behind Parker for a second week in a row but this time it was on the 60m dash unlike the pervious week in the 200m dash. Grossman was the lead off leg on the winning 4x200m which included Godson Akinnawo and Forestville High Alum Clifford Wong on the anchor leg.

            Also at the Gulden Relays, team president Treisha Thorpe-Dulgarian won the 500m dash to drop her seasonal best by three seconds. Central High School Alum LeKisha Barnaby placed 2nd in the 60m hurdles in her first meet of the season.

            Club vice-president Keishia Thorpe-Randolph now residing in Atlanta, GA won the UMES Season opener 400m (Dec. 4th) in 58.04 and lower her season best in the event in placing 3rd at the Ed S. Temple Classic.

 

US ELITE Track and field Performance List

 

Mark

Rnd

Name

Date

Meet

Notes

Women  60m Dash

 

1

8.13

 

P

Morton, Latoya

1/12/2008

Gulden Relays

 

2

8.19

 

F

Morton, Latoya

1/12/2008

Gulden Relays

 

3

9.02

 

P

Blake, Denise

1/12/2008

Gulden Relays

 

Women  200m Dash

 

1

25.97

 

F

Thorpe-Randolph, Keishia

1/5/2008

Ed S. Temple Classic

 

Women  400m Dash

 

1

57.65

 

F

Thorpe-Randolph, Keishia

1/5/2008

Ed S. Temple Classic

 

2

58.04

 

F

Thorpe-Randolph, Keishia

12/8/2007

UMES Lid Lifter Collegiate Invitational

 

Women  500m Dash

 

1

1:17.30

 

F

Thorpe-Dulgarian, Treisha

1/12/2008

Gulden Relays

 

2

1:20.49

 

F

Thorpe-Dulgarian, Treisha

12/8/2007

UMES Lid Lifter Collegiate Invitational

 

Women  1 Mile Run

 

1

6:44.39

 

F

Green, Deborah

1/12/2008

Gulden Relays

 

Women  60m Hurdles

 

1

9.11

 

F

Barnaby, LeKeisha

1/12/2008

Gulden Relays

 

Women   Pole Vault

 

1

13-07.25

4.14m

F

Sims, Kira

1/12/2008

Doug Raymond Invitational

US National Qualifier

2

13-05.25

4.10m

F

Sims, Kira

1/5/2008

Pole Vault Summit

 

Men  60m Dash

 

1

6.74

 

F

Parker, Rondrick

1/12/2008

Gulden Relays

US National Qualifier

2

6.83

 

P

Parker, Rondrick

1/12/2008

Gulden Relays

 

3

6.94

 

F

Grossman, Adam

1/12/2008

Gulden Relays

 

3

6.94

 

F

Grossman, Adam

1/4/2008

UMES Coach O Collegiate Invitational

 

5

6.99

 

P

Grossman, Adam

1/12/2008

Gulden Relays

 

6

7.30

 

P

Akinnawo, Godson

1/12/2008

Gulden Relays

 

7

7.36

 

F

Akinnawo, Godson

1/12/2008

Gulden Relays

 

8

7.51

 

P

Wong, Clifford C

1/12/2008

Gulden Relays

 

Men  200m Dash

 

1

22.49

 

F

Tilley, DeRico

1/5/2008

Ed S. Temple Classic

 

2

22.53

 

F

Grossman, Adam

1/4/2008

UMES Coach O Collegiate Invitational

 

Men  400m Dash

 

1

52.64

 

F

Tilley, DeRico

1/5/2008

Ed S. Temple Classic

 

Men   Long Jump

 

1

6.74m

22-01.50

F

Akinnawo, Godson

12/8/2007

UMES Lid Lifter Collegiate Invitational

 

2

6.49m

21-03.50

F

Akinnawo, Godson

1/12/2008

Gulden Relays

 

3

6.28m

20-07.25

F

Strong, Arias

12/8/2007

UMES Lid Lifter Collegiate Invitational

 

Men   Triple Jump

 

1

11.32m

37-01.75

F

Strong, Arias

12/8/2007

UMES Lid Lifter Collegiate Invitational

 

 

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Arkansas Impact sets Final Roster


Jamaal Brown....................................Cal State Fullerton

Marco Cole........................................LA. Tech

Jeremy Bell.......................................Williams Baptist

Ryan Holmes.....................................Philander Smith College

Nick Tuggle.......................................E. Tenn State

Brain Bunche.....................................SEMO

Tarik Wallace....................................University of Arkansas

Gabe Feagin......................................University of Mobile

Warren Beaulah.................................Brewton Parker College

Kenny Langhorn.................................Columbus

Beaulah makes Arkansas Impact team.
 
Shooting guard Warren Beaulah of Columbus, GA made history by securing his place on the the Arkansas Impact's first ever season in the newly formed Premier Basketball League.
 
Beaulah had to endure four days of workouts and tryouts to be one of the 10 members still standing to open the season for the Impact.
 
The Impact season starts Jan. 6th, 2007 @ Chicago.
 
Arkanas Impact schedule below.
 

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Walker - ran 4.31 in Tampa.
 
WR - Christopher Walker excel at Tampa Storm AFL tryout on December 15th, 2007.
 
Walker wearing #45 ran one of the fastest time at the tryout in the 40 yards - 4.31 - he hopes to get an invitation to camp. This the second time Walker had ran a sub 4.4 in a tryout. Earlier this summer, he ran 4.33 at the Columbus Destoyer's summer tryout.
 
Off his strong performance Walker was invited to the Daytona Beach Thunderbird AFL2  tryouts schedule for Jan. 5th, 2007.
 
Walker's results #45
 

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++Warren Beaulah invited to camp in December with the Arkansas Impact of the new formed Premier Basketball league (PBL).
 

The Arkansas Impact has invited the following players to the Inaugural Training camp

 from December 17th – 22nd.  The Impact will begin play in January at Barton Coliseum participating in the Premier Basketball League.  18 total players will be invited to training camp with the final roster of 12 being determined on December 23rd .

 

1.             Jeffery Collins                      6’4                     University of Alabama Birmingham

2.             Dwight Page                          6’4                        Cowley College (Camden FV, HS)

3.             Gabe Fagen                          6’3                          University of Mobile

4.             Tarik Wallace                       6’2                          University of Arkansas

5.             Keith Hampton               6’8                              Florida State University

6.             Jamaal Brown                      6’7                          Cal State Fullerton

7.             Daniel Watson                     6’5                          Arkansas Tech University

8.             Bobby Johnson                6’5                         Belhaven College (Camden FV, H.S.)

9.             Albert Weber                        6’3                          University of Alabama

10.          Ryan Holmes                       6’6                          Philander Smith College

11.          Warren Beaulah                6’5                            Brewton Parker College (GA)

12.          Tyler Chaney                       6’5                          Missouri State

13.          Brandon Kimbrough          6’2                          Drury College, MO

14.          Brian Bunche                       6’8                         SE Missouri St. (LR Central H.S.)

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*****Aaron Morris invited and took part in the All American Football League invitation only combine in Detriot, MI.

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**Warren excel at Long Beach Summer Pro League as Member of Slam Magazine team from July 9th - July 14th, 2007.
 
++Team and game's leading scorer versus Jamba Juice in game 4 with 19 points on July 11th, 2007.
 
++Team and game's leading scorer versus Ciplex.com's team of former NBA star Samaki Walker, pre-tournment headliner Ivory Clark and Emmitt Thomas including hitting the winning free throws for the team's only win of the tournment.

 

Minutes

Points

Assist

O-Rebound

Total Reb

Steals

Blocks

Game 1

11:00

7

0

0

3

1

1

Game 2

17:54

10

0

2

3

1

0

Game 3

20:37

19

2

2

5

1

0

Game 4

21:34

17

0

0

1

1

0

Game 5

18:30

11

1

2

4

1

0

 

17.71

12.80

0.60

1.20

3.20

1.00

0.20

 
****Warren Beaulah will be attending the 12th Annual International Basketball Review in Greensboro, NC from June 13th to June 15th, 2007.
 
          ++Member of the All-Star team selected by European Scouts
          ++averaged double figures in points
 

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US Elite track club wins and set meet record in 3 events.
 
USATF National Championship, Icahn stadium, July 13-14, 2007

Two years ago hungry for a good club to compete with and tired of the politics of the old boy's network, twins Central Missouri State All-American Treisha Thorpe-Dulgarian and former Howard University standout Keisha Thorpe started the U.S. Elite International Track and Field Club.  Primarily a women's club the first year (2005) – this year saw a huge increase in male membership. On Saturday, July 14th, 2007 – the twin's dreams came full circle as their club won three National club crowns including both men and women sprint medley relays and the women's 800m run, all in a national club championship record time. Most of the  athletes are from Maryland, but includes elite athletes from Texas, New York, Alabama and Louisiana. 


The winning started on day one as former LSU All-American and Grenadian national champion Neisha Bernard-Thomas won the 800m run in the new meet record (2:03.94). Former Maryland State Champion and Maryland Eastern Shore standout Ronnie Beard (14.45) and former Maryland State champion and Crimson Tide standout Byron Gibson (14.45) qualified for the 110m hurdle finals and former Texas Tech. All American and Bahamas National 200m Champion Michael Mathieu qualified for the finals (20.84). Co-founder Keishia fighting through pain and suffering, achieved a personal best (56.84) and (25.2) in the 400m and 200m dash respectively, and just missed a point in one of the events. 

On day two, former Howard standout Tilita Lutterloh collected a bronze medal in the triple jump which bettered the previous meet record. Gibson (14.34) and Beard (14.39) placed 5th and 6th respectively in the men's 110m hurdles final. Mathieu collected a silver medal in the 200m dash final in 20.99.
   
The relays showed the Elite's true strength – the team. The men's 4x100m team comprised of South Alabama 100m and 200m school record holder DeRico Tilley, former Long Island University champion Jeremy Bascom, Northeast Conference and UMBC champion Adam Grossman and Bryon Gibson.  They lost at the line to the pre-favorite Executive Track Club (40.57 to 40.61). It's the closest anyone have come to defeating the sprint powerhouse in recent years whose team included the 1st and 2nd place winners in the 100m dash finals.
   
The sprint medley (200 – 100 – 100 – 400) was not even close as U.S. Elites dominated both the men and women's race. First the women's team of Keishia Thorpe, Latisha Moulds, Treisha Thorpe-Dulgarian and Neisha Bernard-Thomas left the competition in the dust create from Harlem River breeze to win by over three second (1:44.53).  On the men's side, the race was over at the gun as Michael Mathieu fresh off his silver medal performance in the 200m dash put the team in the lead for good and DeRico Tilley and Adam Grossman extended the lead to give Andrew Peresta a smooth and efficient run to the gold medal taking down teams -  runner-up champion Shore AC and the Executive Track Club. K. Thorpe finished 5th in the 400m hurdles (1:02.14).
   
Overall the women's team with five (5) athletes finished 8th with 30 points and the men's team with 10 athletes finished 7th with 39 points.

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*****Steven Cole invited and took part in the 1st All American Football League invitation only combine in Orlando, FL.

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****Tenetra Barrett will be attending the 2nd Annual Women's Basketball Showcase in Greensboro, NC from June 15th to June 17th, 2007.
 
      ++Selected as a member of the All-Star team
      ++Invited to be a member of the touring team

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