NRHEG’s Carlie Wagner sets high jump school recordPublished 3:43am Friday, May 2, 2014
The high jump was a strong event for the NRHEG track and field team Thursday at the Blooming Prairie true team meet.
Carlie Wagner set a school record by jumping 5-9, and T.J. Schiltz set a personal best with a leap of 6 feet.
“Carlie was unbelievable,” said NRHEG coach Duey Ferber. “That’s that fifth-best jump in Minnesota history.”
Wagner and Schiltz also won one other event. Wagner took first place in the 100-meter dash with a time of 13.39, and Schiltz won the 3,200-meter run with a time of 10 minutes, 20.80 seconds.
As a team, the NRHEG girls finished second with 321 points, four points behind Blooming Prairie. The NRHEG boys took second place out of four teams with 307 points.
Statistics are in the Scoreboard: May 1 post.