October 25, 2014

Fifth Annual Summer Vault a success

More than 50 participants entered the fifth Annual Gardner street pole vault competition on Aug. 2.  Many pole vaulters, including several from Gardner, showcased their talents at Gardner Elementary. Submitted photo

More than 50 participants entered the fifth Annual Gardner street pole vault competition on Aug. 2.  Many pole vaulters, including several from Gardner, showcased their talents at Gardner Elementary. Submitted photo

The fifth annual Gardner Summer vault was a big success, according to event organizer Thane Nonamaker.
Nonamaker said 52 participated in the event at Gardner Elementary. The competitors valued in three different groups.
Gardner youth competing in the event were Morgan McIntire, who valued 6-feet, 6-inches; Liam Sutton, who vaulated 8-feet; Sidney Wetherington,who vaulted 8-feet; Becca Mitchell vaulting 8-feet, 6-inches; Trenton Bilhimer, who pole vaulted 8-feet, 6-inches; Tom Fabing, who vaulted 9-feet; Abby Buie, with a 9-foot vault; Karli Smith, who conquered 9-feet, 6-inches; Davis Tropansky, who vaulted 12-feet, 6-inches; Tim Visos-Ely, with a pole vault of 13-feet; Kyle Stubler with a vault of 13-feet, 6-inches; and Conner McGuire.
The best vault by a female competitor was Brittany Kallenberger at 13-feet and the best height by a male competitor was Jordan Scott at 18-feet, 5-inches.

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