Star freshman jumping her way into first in state

Via Beaverton Hummer online:

Beaverton Hummer

By Noe Lambert noe.png

The Top Line

On Friday, April 6, during the Chehalem Field and Track Classic, Beaverton freshman Lily Reynolds broke the school record for high jump and moved herself to first in the state. She hit a height of 5 feet and 6 inches, an entire inch higher than Beaverton’s previous record from 1992. This puts Reynolds as our newest record holder and the top performer in the state of Oregon for high jump. Reynolds also participates in the 100 meter, long jump, and 4×100 meter relay.

The Game

This specific meet was an invitational, which means the best players from 16 schools were competing in the meet. Reynolds competed in three other events, even setting a personal record in the 100 meter at a time of 13.52 seconds. As for the high jump, she also set her personal record of 5 feet and 6 inches. If you look…

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