There was something magical about the pole vault at the MSHSAA Track & Field Championships this year.
Grandview has grown accustomed to be one of the last teams to leave Dwight T. Reed Stadium.
The Berkeley boys returned to top of Class 3 at the MSHSAA Track & Field Championships after a six year hiatus.
Blue Springs Wildcats seemed to be everywhere at the state track meet, almost like they had set up camp on the awards podium.
Hannah Long has been lighting up Missouri tracks and cross country courses for four years, and she had one final jaw-dropping performance to treat the crowd to on Saturday.
Christopher Nilsen was the picture of elation and disbelief at the same time.
Ste. Genevieve’s Taylor Werner has returned to form.
Lafayette junior Alex Haines could not have picked a better time to win his first 1,600.
Hannah Long doesn't want to be a spectator watching the adidas Dream Mile from home on June 13th. The 4th place finisher from last year's race wants to be there and show why she is one of nation's best!
A remarkable improvement for junior Chris Nilsen to go from 16 foot personal best to a new Missouri state record clearance of 17 feet in the pole vault. More highlights from Missouri Class 3-5 State Meet!