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Caddo Hills thinclads compete in Meet of Champions

web Morry Sanders measures
Pole vault Coach Morry Sanders measures the height of the pole vault standard as Cabot pole vaulter Lexi Weeks prepares to attempt to set the national outdoor high school record. Sanders is the founder of Arkansas Vaulting Club based in Black Springs.

Five different athletes from Caddo Hills competed in the Arkansas High School Meet of Champions Track Meet Sat., May 16 at Russelleville High School.

Larissa Martin finished fifth in the girls high jump with a leap of 5 feet 4 inches. Her jump was third highest with missed attempts placing her in fifth place.web CH Larissa 1

Matthew Standridge’s vault of 15 feet was third best, but missed attempts placed him in fifth place in the boys pole vault.web CH Matt 2

Kayla Torbett competed in the girls pole vault, finishing in ninth place with a vault of 10 feet eight inches.web CH Kayla 2

On the track Christian Duggan finished 12th in the 300M hurdles with a time of :47.27 and Junior Gonzalez finished eighth in the 3200M run with a time of 11:06.53.web CH Christian

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