Houston area athletes shine at Adidas Boost Boston Games

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Just a month removed from winning the Class 6A 100-meter State Championship, Summer Creek graduate Tianna Randle was back on the track in Boston.

At the 2019 Adidas Boost Boston Games, Randle - a UNLV-signee - brought home the title belt as the fastest woman in the country at the event. Randle won the 100-meter race with a time of 11.72, which was .05 seconds faster than Kennedi Sanders, who took second.

"It was a great experience," Randle told VYPE. "I loved it. It feels really good following my dreams and making them come true."

La Porte's Ryan Schoppe brought home another title after winning two silvers and a gold this past cross country and track season. Schoppe posted a time of 4:09.2 to win the high school boys' dream mile race. Katy Tompkins' Cole Lindhorst took sixth in the same race, while Kingwood's Carter Storm finished eighth.

Cinco Ranch's Heidi Nielson took the belt in the high school girls' dream mile race. Nielson posted a time of 4:46.4 to win the race, which was a new personal record.


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