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Winter Series 5 Recap

Young Success

14 of the athletes competing last night at our penultimate home meet were sophomores and below. Showing some real improvement (but let it be known that there is still plenty of room to grow) was Kings freshman, Shannon Main. Shannon, who claimed our 8th grade club record last year, has her eyes set on breaking our Freshman record this year. She has been putting in the work in recent weeks and the results are beginning to show. Her vault of 10’9” was enough to claim victory on the high school girls side of things. This mark was a 1-inch improvement from her 8th grade record of 10’8”. This win is her second of the year, and undeniably the more impressive of the two. Not far behind her was Maddie Miller of Western Brown who is beginning to look more like the Maddie we saw last spring/ summer. Maddie cleared a new indoor PR of 10’3” which is less than a foot off her all-time PR. Rounding out the PR’s on the girls high school side was Milford Freshman Jesslyn Roberts, who has been claiming PR’s week after week, inch by inch. Last night Jesslyn PR’ed by an inch yet again with her jump of 9’3”. Fun fact about Jesslyn’s freshman campaign, she has either improved or tied her personal best every meet this year. I preach consistency, and this girl had done nothing but!

Sticking with the girls, but dropping down to the middle school level, Emily Deem had a stellar performance last night. Coming off a NH the week before, she came into practice this week determined to get on bigger poles and make them work. We agreed that we would come in at a higher opening height to force her to push herself and it worked out great. Emily jumped a new PR of 8’3”. Emily was up against some tough competition as she went head-to-head with one of the best middle school girls in the country. Kennedy Harlamert, our guest from outside the club, jumped 11’3” which puts her 3rd in the nation for middle schoolers.

Switching over to the boys, Curtis Rempe mirrored Shannon Main from the girls side. Curtis also claimed his second victory by improving upon his PR by an inch. The Junior cleared 14’3”, marking his 3rd meet in a row over his all time best from the previous season. He had chances to clear the next bar but couldn’t quite figure out the timing on the next pole. Fun fact for Curtis, at this time last year, his personal best was only 11’7”! Down the list on the boys side, Kings Sophomore, Howie Stevens found himself over a new best of 11’3”. St. X Freshman Thomas Kornylak jumped in his first meet as a high schooler, so he was able to pick up a free High School PR with his jump of 10’3”. Lastly, speedy recovery to our Freshman Luke Schnieber who likely bruised his heel during one of his attempts last night. I’m sure he’ll bounce back quickly and be ready to tackle Indoor State.


Boys Pole Vault

1 Curtis Rempe 14-03.00

2 Ryder Holtvogt 11-09.00

3 William Stevens 11-03.00

4 Zachary Callahan 11-03.00

5 Thomas Kornylak 10-03.00

DNF Luke Schnieber DNF

NH Troy Thompson NH

MS Boys Pole Vault

1 Carson Holtvogt 9-09.00

2 Eddie Schultz 8-03.00

Girls Pole Vault

1 Shannon Main 10-09.00

2 Addie Kash 10-03.00

3 Madelyn Miller 10-03.00

4 Olivia Andrews 9-09.00

5 Jesslyn Roberts 9-03.00

MS Girls Pole Vault

1 Kennedy Harlamert 11-03.00

2 Emily Deem 8-03.00

NH Kiera Harrod NH

Mens Open Pole Vault

1 KC Halick 13-09.00

Girls Long Jump

1 Kiera Harrod 11-10.88

Boys Long Jump

1 Jason Lewis 16-06.50

2 Alex Holman 14-02.00

Boys Triple Jump

1 Jason Lewis 34-07.75

Boys Shot Put

1 Gabe Sweeney 34-11.00

2 Camden Wiles 29-03.50

3 Tony Turner 28-11.00

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