Windy City Pole Vault Summit

Carly Schmidt/Rob Hart photo

Carly Schmidt/Rob Hart photo

Windy City Pole Vault Summit – 2013-03-02
Rolling Meadows High School, Rolling Meadows, IL

Varsity Boys Pole Vault
Name                  Yr Team                      Mark
1 Tim Erhardt              Lake Park             15-07.00
2 Tyler Ginger             Olympia               15-01.00
3 Luke Winder              Plainfield Central    14-11.00
4 Derrick Smith            Lake Park             14-07.00
5 Adam Coulon              Tri-Valley            14-07.00
5 Chad Weaver              Providence Catholic   14-07.00
7 Kody Cagwin              Rolling Meadows       13-07.00
7 Shawn John               York                  13-07.00
9 Joe Yonkoff              Maine South           13-07.00
10 Curt Thieme              York                  13-07.00
11 Will Ford                McHenry               13-04.00
12 Reid Smith               York                  12-07.00
13 Tanner Hull              Bloomington Central   12-07.00
14 Griffin Huck             Rolling Meadows       12-07.00

Varsity Girls Pole Vault
Name                  Yr Team                      Mark
1 Carly Schmidt            Lake Forest           12-09.00
2 Sarah Bell               Bloomington Central   12-03.00
3 Taylor Knauf             Aurora Christian      12-00.00
4 Kassadee Ifft            Prairie Central       11-09.00
5 Katie Trupp              Burlington Central    11-06.00
6 Maya Golliday            Lake Park             11-06.00
7 Nicole Jaffke            Libertyville          11-06.00
8 McKenzie Kroeschell      Oak Park-River Fores  11-06.00
9 Mackenzie Gallagher      Normal West           10-06.00
10 Danielle Wojciechowski   Lake Park             10-06.00
10 Morgan Zacharias         Reed-Custer           10-06.00
12 Brooke Catherine         Normal                10-00.00
13 Olivia Maciejewska       Rolling Meadows        9-00.00

2 comments on “Windy City Pole Vault Summit

  1. Very descriptive post, I enjoyed that bit. Will there be a padt 2?

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