Another big invitational, another big performance for West Mifflin standout Micah Watts.
Watts won the 100 and placed in the top three in three other events at last Friday's Butler Invitational. No other athlete had as much success in that many events.
A senior, Watts ran an 11.08 in the 100. Runner-up Alex Trower of Penn Hills finished in 11.30. Watts placed second in the 200 with a time of 22.46 (Central Catholic's Ron George won the title), finished second in the 400 with a mark of 50.66 (Penn Hills' Brennon Hill claimed the title) and came in third in the long jump with a leap of 21-8 ½ (Erie McDowell's Matt Kelly was the winner).
One week earlier, Watts won the 100 and 200 and finished second in the long jump at the Tri-State Track Coaches Association Championships. He captured the long jump title at the PTFCA Indoor State Championships earlier this year.