All-Time Lists Update - UPDATED 4 November - Boys' 4x1,2,4,8 added

Is Todd Black from NW Ohio or just coach there?

I remember Hallbrin upsetting Zishka in the mile in '80, Haley from Lancaster winning in '81 in 4:11-4:12 but didn't Monske (DeVilbiss?) win in '82? If my memory is correct, he is a Toledo city guy addition.
BGSU HOF profile says Kenton which is technically NW but certainly closer to Columbus than Toledo.
 
Files have been updated. Keep additions/corrections coming if you spot them. Thanks again!

Here are clarified cut-offs:

Top 50 cut-off marks:
1600m - Performers - 4:11.1 MT (Updated) / Performances - 4:09.98 or better (converted marks included, but not ranked)
3200m - Performers - 9:07.54 (was 9:08.53) / Performances - 9:03.07 or better (converted marks included, but not ranked).
Hunter Moore ran a 9:02.51 at regional (to finish 2nd to Matt Scrape) in 2017.
 
The all-time top-50 boys' 4x100m / 4x200m / 4x400m / 4x800m relays have now been finished.

Top 50 cut-off marks:
4x100m - Teams - 41.74 sec. / Performances - 41.57 sec. or better (hand-timed marks of 41.4 mT included, but not ranked)
4x200m - Teams - 1:26.65 / Performances - 1:26.43 or better (hand-timed marks included & ranked. Events above 400m do not differentiate FAT vs. MT in terms of validty)
4x400m - Teams - 3:15.92 / Performances - 3:15.36 or better
4x800m - Teams - 7:45.34 / Performances - 7:44.46 or better
 

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With my posting tonight, I'm taking a short break from my efforts over the last 4 months to complete the developmen of these initial top-50 lists. Will resume in a week on the girls' top-50 lists, as well as confirming indoor/outdoor records pages I have and publishing those.

As always, I welcome any corrections or missing marks to these lists. There's no such thing as a 100% complete list.
 
It is minor but I am guessing you are a perfectionist so would want to fix it especially considering it is the state record. Based on your other grades listed I believe it was Lenix 11th grade year on 19 Apr 2004. Well done these are very impressive lists.
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The all-time top-50 boys' 4x100m / 4x200m / 4x400m / 4x800m relays have now been finished.

Top 50 cut-off marks:
4x100m - Teams - 41.74 sec. / Performances - 41.57 sec. or better (hand-timed marks of 41.4 mT included, but not ranked)
4x200m - Teams - 1:26.65 / Performances - 1:26.43 or better (hand-timed marks included & ranked. Events above 400m do not differentiate FAT vs. MT in terms of validty)
4x400m - Teams - 3:15.92 / Performances - 3:15.36 or better
4x800m - Teams - 7:45.34 / Performances - 7:44.46 or better
The date you have for Glenville's 1:23.78 appears to be from Penn Relays, not AOC. I know they dropped some ridiculous times at both.
 
The date you have for Glenville's 1:23.78 appears to be from Penn Relays, not AOC. I know they dropped some ridiculous times at both.
Thank you. That was a typo on my part for the month. Their 1:23.78 was at the AOC on 19 JUNE, not 19 April. That has been corrected.
 
Boys' All-Time 1600m/Mile & 3200m/2-Miles - Top 50

Top 50 cut-off marks:
1600m - Performers - 4:11.1 MT (Updated) / Performances - 4:09.98 or better (converted marks included, but not ranked)
3200m - Performers - 9:07.54 (was 9:08.53) / Performances - 9:03.07 or better (converted marks included, but not ranked).

As always, community input is welcomed!

Every year I am in awe of your research and dedication. I salute you good sir.
 
Every year I am in awe of your research and dedication. I salute you good sir.

Thank you for those very kind words. They are much appreciated. I am happy to know that what little I've contributed is helpful to others in the community. Thank you, again.
 
Always awesome to look at the data, thank you for your service! Now if you really want to punish yourself, what about field event relays?
 
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