Class 1's Long Jumpers to Watch in 2019

There are twelve girls returning in the Class 1 Girls Long Jump who qualified for State last year, including the top 5 finishers from last year. 

Defending Champion Anna Gladstone of Worth County enters the season as the person to beat, and comes in with a solid jump of 17-1.5 from last year. She faces some stiff competition though. Danielle Wilson of Greenwood place 5th at State last year, but holds a PR of 17-4.5 and also has a 17-2.5 jump to her name. Then there's Molly Miller who tied Gladstone with a 16-10 jump at State but lost the tiebreaker. Below you can find my subjective rankings and honorable mentions in the Class 1 Girls Long Jump.

1. Anna Gladstone - Worth County

2. Danielle Wilson - Greenwood

3. Molly Miller - Lutheran (Kansas City)

4. Andrea Yount - Bakersfield

5. Marissa Jensen - Stanberry

6. Alyssa Yung - Glasgow

7. Rachel Lacey - Wheaton

8. Savanna Scarborough - Wellington-Napoleon

Honorable Mentions: Paige West (Northeast Nodaway), Malia Collins (Jefferson-Conception Jct), Jordan Plassmeyer (St. Elizabeth)