1st: Chance Blankenship, 2nd: Jake Smidler, 3rd: Nevin Miller, 4th: Erik Beckman, 5th: Wes Derflinger
News Tagged ‘Bi-County’
1st: Micha Sabec, 2nd: Alisha Tanner, 3rd: Megan Block, 4th: Amber Fletcher, 5th: Micheala Williams, 6th: Courtney Scott
1st: Jake Minnick, 2nd: Chance Blankenship, 3rd: Brody Tunis, 4th: Spencer Holliday, 5th: Austin Heise, 6th: Alec Tucker
1st: Rachael Franko, 2nd: Marissa Hamilton, 3rd: Emily Paulsen, 4th: Cameron Croyle, 5th: Katie Schwenk, 6th: Hannah Folkers.
Here you can see Marissa clearing 5 feet 4 inches to tie the Bi-County high jump record. Listen closely at the end you can hear Marissa asking what she did wrong, she wasn’t aware that she did not knock the bar off until her next attempt.
On her second attempt, Rachael’s jump was measured at 17 feet 2 1/4 inches, breaking the old record of 16 feet 9 inches. On her final attempt, Rachael landed at 17 feet 5 inches, once again breaking the meet record, but also breaking her school record in the process.
Quentin’s throw of 49 feet 8 1/2 inches earned him 1st place in shot put at the Bi-County track meet.