Kendra Wait of Pioneer Ridge cleared 10′ to win the Frontier league pole vault at the GEHS sports complex last week .The mark establishes a new league and school record. The record was held by her sister Cassie Wait. Submitted photo


Pioneer Ridge seventh grader Kendra Wait reset her own pole vault record at 10’0” leading the lady Jags to a third place team finish at the Frontier league meet at GEHS last week.
“What a great performance,” said Coach Amy Regier. “The team worked hard and Kendra broke her own school and league record in the vault.”
Baldwin took the title by a slim 105-104 margin over Baldwin. Pioneer had 72 points.
The other golds came from Kylie Moorehouse who won the 400 in 1:04.48.
Silvers medals went to Saige Lickteig (pole vault, 7’0 inches), Wait (100 meters, 13.4 seconds), Moorehouse (200, 28.93 seconds) and the 400 relay of Lindsay Bolen, Chloe Hardeman, Moorehouse and Wait in 54.63.
Moorehouse added third place points in the 100 meters in 13.58, and Wait took fourth in the 200 meters in 29.6 seconds.