Headley, who hails from Wilbraham, Mass., was outstanding in the meet as he won the 55 meter dash and broke the indoor school record in the 200 meters.
Headley captured the 55 meter dash with a time of 6.34, which currently stands as the second fastest time in the country this year. While tying his season's fastest time, Headley defeated 118 other competitors in the race.
The junior also finished 6th in the 200 with a time of 21.87, setting a new school indoor record in the race. The previous mark was held by Jason Jackson, who ran a 22.16 in 2002.