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Wolverines qualify record number for state indoor track meet

Polk County’s indoor track and field team will take a record number of qualifiers to Saturday’s state 2A/1A indoor championships in Winston-Salem

Polk County’s indoor track and field team will take a record number of qualifiers to Saturday’s state 2A/1A indoor championships in Winston-Salem.

The Wolverines qualified entries in 22 events, their largest contingent ever, for Saturday’s meet, which begins at 9 a.m. at JDL Fast Track in Winston-Salem.

Here is a list of qualifiers along with their seeding, based on top performances during the current season, in each event:

Girls High Jump
12. Marissa Longshore, 4-6

Girls Long Jump
16. Emma Wagoner, 15-1.5

Girls Triple Jump
11. Emma Wagoner, 32-3.5

Girls Shot Put
7. Micheala Nelon, 33-7.75; 9. Tameeia Brown, 33-1

Girls Pole Vault
2. Anamarie Gundersen, 9-0; 4. India Branham, 8-0

Boys Pole Vault
4. Troy Lieberman, 11-6

Girls 4×800-Meter Relay
2. Polk County, 10:39.82

Boys 4×800-Meter Relay
1. Polk County, 8:28.08

Girls 1600-Meter Run
7. India Godlock, 5:32.66

Boys 1600-Meter Run
1. Sean Doyle, 4:28.07

Girls 500-Meter Run
22. Savannah Robbins, 1:29.10

Boys 500-Meter Run
14. Nate Smart, 1:10.97

Girls 1000-Meter Run
11. India Godlock, 3:24.47

Boys 1000-Meter Run
1. Sean Doyle, 2:35.35; 6. Jacob Wolfe, 2:44.60; 12. Mitchell Brown, 2:47.07

Boys 3200-Meter Run
9. Mitchell Brown, 10:19.62

Girls 4×400-Meter Relay
8. Polk County, 4:29.00

Boys 4×400-Meter Relay
8. Polk County, 3:41.30

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