Jeffries Wins Pole Vault Title
Feb. 4, 2017

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NAMPA, Idaho – Allison Jeffries guided the Broncos in day one of the Jacksons Invitational at the Ford Idaho Center on Friday, winning the pole vault title after clearing a season-best height of 12-11.25 (3.95m). The first-place finish is the second victory on the year for the senior from Eagle, Idaho who holds the indoor (13-2.25) and outdoor (13-7) pole vault school records.

The men’s distance medley relay team of Ty Jordan, Cameron Wrout, Matt McDonald and Noah Horsburgh clocked a time of 10:19.76 to earn second place.

Bryce Kirby and Alexandru Terpezan both did well in the sprint prelimaries and qualified to tomorrow’s final in the 60m and 200m. Kirby ran a career-best 9.85 in the 60m and a 21.78 in the 200m while Terpezan recorded a 6.98 and a season-best 21.68 in the 200m.

Maddie Hall took seventh in the 3,000m and ran a huge PR after crossing the line in 10:32.75. Taj Dorsett ran a 26.04 in the women’s 200m, but did not qualify to the final.

Kevin Ketterling (50-0 / 15.24m) took sixth in the men’s weight throw while Drew Lindsley (48-10 / 14.89m) was close behind in ninth. On the women’s side, Kendra Noneman (18th) was the top finisher thanks to a mark of 46-4 (14.14m).

Four other women’s pole vaulters also competed and tied for eighth place as Ashley Caffrey, Amber Mallet, Alyssa Adams and Destiny Begin all took eighth place. The four freshmen cleared heights of 10.0 (3.05m).

Action will resume tomorrow morning back at the Jacksons Indoor Track with the master’s mile at 9 a.m.

 

WOMEN
200m
| 10. Taj Dorsett – 26.04
3,000m | 7. Maddie Hall – 10:32.75 and 18. Emma Hyyppa – 11:04.50
Pole Vault | 1. Allison Jeffries – 12-11.5 (3.95m), 8. Destiny Begin – 10.0 (3.05m), 8. Ashley Caffrey – 10.0 (3.05m), 8. Amber Mallet – 10.0 (3.05m) and 8. Alyssa Adams – 10.0 (3.05m)
Weight Throw | 18. Kendra Noneman – 46-4 (14.14m) and 32. Paige Shepherd – 35-5 (10.81m)

MEN
60m
| 1. Bryce Kirby – 6.85, 6. Alexandru Terpezan – 6.98 and 33. Kofi Ansah – 7.41
200m | 2. Alexandru Terpezan – 21.68 and 3. Bryce Kirby – 21.78
Distance Medley Relay | 2. Ty Jordan, Cameron Wrout, Matt McDonald and Noah Horsburgh – 10:19.76
Weight Throw | 6. Kevin Ketterling – 50-0 (15.24m) and 9. Drew Lindsley – 48-10 (14.89m)


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