On Monday Shelby Collier established a new Continental High Girls Pole Vault record at the Crestview quad meet. The new standard for Girls Pole Vault is 10′ 4.5″. Collier broke her own record. Competing against Antwerp, Hickville, and host Crestview the Pirates earned 5 first places. For the Girls, Collier won the Pole Vault while Bryn Tegenkamp took the 800. On the boys side Hunter Tegenkamp was the top finisher in the 1600 while Curtis Mansfield won the Discus and Isaac Gibbs the Shot Put. Bryn Tegenkamp placed in 4 events for the Girls while Shelby Collier placed in 3 events. On the boys side, Wyatt Davis and Isaac Gibbs placed in 3 events.
Continental finished 4th in both team standings. Continental scored 30.75, while Antwerp scored 88.75 on the Girls side. On the Boys side the Pirates scored 42 points while winner Hicksville scored 72.
Continental will next compete in the Diller Invitational at Ayersville on Saturday.
Girls points earned:
Shelby Collier Pole Vault 1st, 100 2nd,4×100 2nd
Bryn Tegenkamp 800 1st, 400 3rd, High Jump 3rd, 4×100 2nd
Peyton Stauffer 300 Hunrdles 5th
Jensen Prowant 200 5th, 4×100 2nd
Rhaegan Marchall Long Jump 2nd
Trinty Prowant 4×100 2nd
Boys points earned:
Konner Knipp-Williams 300 Hurdles 2n, 110 Hurdles 5th
Hunter Tegenkamp 1600 1st, 4×400 2nd
Elijah Mayes 800 3rd, 4×400 2nd
Wyatt Davis 200 3rd, 4×400 2nd, Wyatt 4th
David Speiser 4×400 2nd, Long Jump 3rd
Curtis Mansfield Discus 1st
Isaac Gibbs Shot Put 1st, Discus 4th, Pole Vault 4th
Jonathan Etter Pole Vault 5th
— Mike Jones, Sportswriter