Lewiston's Isaiah Harris goes for the U.S.Track & Field Championship title in the 800m event Sunday afternoon in Sacramento, California. At stake, not just the national title but a chance to compete in the IAAF World Championships in London, England in August.

Harris was NCAA national runnerup in the 800m competing for Penn State. He ran track and played football and basketball at Lewiston High School.

In Friday night's semi-final at the USATF, Harris ran a 1:45.77 and that was the third fastest time.

Other Mainers at the U.S. Track & Field Championships...

- North Yarmouth's Ben True finished 4th in the 5,000m with a time of 13:17.94

- Bangor's Riley Masters was 9th in the 5,000m event, 13:40.40

- Madison's Matt McClintock finished 10th in the 10,000m, 29:22.83

- Washburn's Carsyn Koch logged a 25th place in the first round of the 1,500m event and a DNS in the 800m

- Casco's Kate Hall had a DNS in the Long Jump

- Jr USATF: Orono's Jake Koffman 4th in the Discus, 56.75