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Special to the Miami Herald To watch Alysha Newman vault nearly 15 feet in the air, she seems like a natural. After all, the 19-year-old University of Miami sophomore is one of the world's best pole-vaulters in her age group and has a strong chance
At Blue Valley District Activity Center; distances in meters Team scores: 1...Jerry Crews Invitational Note : Distances in meters Team scores: 1...Jaguar Invitational At Mill Valley HS Note : Distances in meters Team scores: 1.
Too many coaches can lead to confusion, but for Augusta Thomason it has led to heights she's never reached before. The Rancho Bernardo High senior pole vaulter has worked with several instructors over the years, taking bits and pieces of information
Hernandez of Thousand Oaks is one of the fastest 400-meter runners in the Marmonte League. Rachel Craft and Stephen Hernandez are reaching new heights for the Thousand Oaks High track and field team. Craft is circling the Lancer record book, like
Bureau Valley opened the 2014 outdoor season with sweep success Monday. The BV boys won 16 events to top the four-team field with 108 points, nearly 80 points better than Henry/Midland and Fieldcrest. The BV girls won their meet, defeating Henry/
No one, ever, in the history of Washington state girls' track and field pole vaulting has accomplished what Squalicum junior Kirsten Webber did during a rainy Saturday, April 5, at the annual Birger Solberg Invite in Bellingham's Civic Stadium.
BV (Retz 3, Zimmerman, Palacio, Olson, Fine, Hess, Hagel, Howard; shutout by Pace)...Softball Olathe East 15-16, SM North 0-0 Boys tennis Wednesday's result Excelsior Springs 5, Blue Springs 4...Track and field Baldwin Invitational At Baker
Arlington Leatherman has placed at state in all three previous years of her high-school career. At last year's track state championships she placed third in javelin, shot put and discus respectively. This year as a senior, Leatherman's goal is to win
For Archbishop Murphy's Rory and Reilly Krueger sports are a family event just not the ones most parents are accustomed to seeing their kids take on. Where some play football, basketball, baseball or soccer, junior Rory and his sophomore sister
With a small squad in numbers, the Regents are forced to compete like decathletes. Each student-athlete signs up for multiple events every meet...Most of us are doing three to four events, said senior Anna Gober, a 400-meter and 200 specialist...La