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  • #16
    Originally posted by Marquis
    More over 17!

    Ryan Shuler of Granite Bay Ca. is the newest yesterday at 17-4. His teammate Scoth Roth also topped 17-4 at that same meet in Modesto.

    From Last Week in Texas:

    17-0.25 Nick Frawley of Midlothian, TX

    Counting Indoor that is 7 17 footers I think
    also a crap-load over 16', which sometimes puts you in the top ten nationwide, not this year

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    • #17
      Funny thing is, if no one breaks out in the next month or two with a high 17 or an 18 footer, this will all be forgotten.

      Remember, Pole Vault is about height, not depth...

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Marquis
        Ryan Shuler of Granite Bay Ca. is the newest yesterday at 17-4. His teammate Scoth Roth also topped 17-4 at that same meet in Modesto.
        Great breakthrough for Shuler. He won the CA state meet in 2003 as a freshman (!!) and has sort of stalled out since then, being easily eclisped by teammate Roth. Nice to see both over 17'!!

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        • #19
          17-5 for the son of Toby Stephenson's former vault coach at the Junior Olympics on Saturday.

          Juniior Casey Roche of Mountain View St. Francis in California set the new JO record.

          For those of you counting I think that makes 9 over 17 feet for the year. Two return next year McCorkle and Roche.

          However, nobody has cracked the top 10 all-time despite the great depth.

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