Top 5 Performers from the USATF MN All-Comers #3 Meet


The USATF Minnesota All-Comers Meet #3 took place over the weekend at the University of Minnesota Fieldhouse where some of the top track and field talent in Minnesota congregated to compete. 

Related: USATF MN All-Comers Meet #3 Photos

Here we look at the top five Minnesota performers from the meet!


Dwyne Smith Jr. (Apple Valley)

The star senior shone once again on the indoor track at the University of Minnesota, where he ran in the 200m and 400m taking wins in both events. In the 400m, he ran a time of 48.73 for a new Minnesota state record, beating out the previous record of 49.20 by Quinn Evans in 2007. In the 200m, he ran a time of 22.59 to run a new #6 indoor time all-time for Minnesota. 

1Quinn Evans22.39
2Michael Nicometo22.45
3Ezekial Clark22.53
4Jake Gourley22.54
5Dwyne Smith Jr.22.59

Claire Vukovics (Lakeville South)

The Lakeville South distance star dominated the competition in the 3000m, running a time of 10:44.76 to win by over 30 seconds. This was her first race and win of the 23-24 indoor season and her time of 10:44.76 was a 7-second PR. Vukovics now ranks #13 for all Minnesota girls in the indoor 3000m race. 

Carter Reckelberg (Becker)

Reckelberg, a standout junior at Becker High School, was the 2023 State Champion for Class AA for the outdoor season but arguably did something even more impressive at this weekends meet. Reckelberg at the meet won the boys long jump title with a jump of 23' 0.75", defeating Juriad Hughes Jr. in the process. This was a new indoor PR for Reckelberg and was Hughes first long jump loss in Minnesota since June of 2019. 

Harlow Tong (St. Paul Central)

Tong became just the 11th Minnesota boy and the second one this season to run the 60m dash in a time under 7 seconds with his time of 6.95 from the All-Comers #3 meet. Tong is currently tied for 6th all-time in Minnesota for the 60m dash. 

Tong also finished 2nd in the 400m dash with a time of 48.86 and became just the second Minnesota boy to run under 49 seconds for an indoor 400m. 

T-1Drew Olson6.88
T-1Beau Bofferding6.88
3Ethan Peal6.90
4Jake Gourley6.93
5Dante White6.94
T-6Richlu Tudee6.95
T-6Harlow Tong6.95

Annaka Forsberg (Blooming Prairie)

Forsberg has continued her momentum from the outdoor season into the 23-24 indoor season and has now won 13 straight high jump titles in-state since January of 2023. She has won two titles this indoor season with jumps of 5' 3" and 5' 5" after winning 8 titles to go undefeated in the 2023 outdoor season and another three straight titles to end the 22-23 indoor season. 

Honorable Mention

Parker Dewey (Eau Claire Memorial)

Crossing just over the border from Wisconsin, Dewey ran a time of 1:53.44 in the 800m to demolish the field by over four seconds. This ranks as teh #2 indoor 800 time nationally this season and is the #4 indoor 8000m time all-time for Wisconsin.