The Arizona Republic
Brophy’s McHenry sets top long jump record
Phoenix Brophy Prep senior Brennen McHenry set a school record in the high jump at 7 feet to open the track and field season at Corona del Sol in the Aztec Inviational.
On Friday, he bettered his school record in the long jump, while also landing the No. 1 mark in the nation this year for a high school athlete, at Brophy's Devon Allen AMDG Invitational.
His jump was 24 feet, 41⁄2 inches. He also won the high jump at 6 feet, 8 inches.
He was named the Male Athelte of the Meet. Gilbert Williams Field senior Saira Prince won the girls 100-meter hurdles in 13.74 seconds and was named the Female Athlete of the Meet. Prince also won the 300 hurdles in 42.74 seconds.
Both received their awards from former Brophy Prep state-record holder hurdler Devon Allen, who sponsored the invational for his alma mater. Allen has competed in two Olympics in the 110 hurdles. He still holds the state high school record in the 110 hurdle. He was part of the Philadelphia Eagles scout team and got to the Super Bowl this year in Glendale.
Brophy Prep's Rylan Humphrey was second in the boys long jump at 22-11⁄2, which is the top mark of the year in the country by a freshman.
Phoenix North Canyon's J'neya Hill turned in a strong performance in the girls 100 dash, winning in 12.12 seconds.
Jasmine Haskell of Glendale Ironwood won the 400 in 55.99 seconds.
Chandler's Kaliyah Holt and Sandra Day O'Connor's Jezelle Santiago both had the best girls long jump at 18-1. Holt had the best triple jump at 37-2.
Surprise Shadow Ridge's Logan Yackley had the best 100 dash at 10.75, edging out Chandler's Andereya Nsubuga, who ran it in 10.76.
Phoenix Mountain Pointe won the boys 4x100 relay with a blistering 41.57 seconds.