Mission excels at Divisionals

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Mission High School jumper Flint McPherson finished fifth with a distance in the long jump of 19-04.

McPherson finished third in the triple jump with distances totaling 38-11.50, setting a personal record.

Bulldogs’ Charlie Adams finished in ninth place with a total of 35-09.25.

Brander dominates jumping events

Mission’s jumper Sydney Brander set a personal record and also captured first place in the triple jump, recording a jump of 34-09.00. Brander’s sister, Afton Brander, finished in third with a leap of 33-08.00.

Hunter Eichert also finished cleared a distance with an eighth-place finish of 29-05.00.

The Brander sisters continued their success in the long jump.

Afton Brander finished second with a cumulative distance of 15-08.25, and Sydney finished eighth with a length of 14-01.75.

Afton also finished third in the high jump clearing a height of 4-08.00.

Eichert places second in jav

Mission competitor Hunter Eichert finished second with a distance of 95-04.

Addison Arlint finished eighth in javelin recording a distance of 75-11.

Arlint, Adams finish in top-10 in discus

Mission’s Addison Arlint finished fifth in the discus with a distance of 91-03.50. Her teammate, Tristen Adams, also finished ninth with a range of 79-07.50.

Arlint and Adams placed in the top-10 in shot put. Arlint recorded a sixth place distance of 31-00.75, and Adams finished ninth with a length of 28-11.

Lady Bulldogs distance shines

The 4X100 relay team consisting of Afton Brander, Hunter Eichert, Karolyna Buck and Sydney Brander finished third recording a time of 53.76.

The 4X400 relay team consisting of Brander, Eichert, Sydney Brander and Karolyna Buck placed fifth recording a time of 4:39.83.

Buck dominates distance events

Mission runner Karolyna Buck set a new personal record in the 800 finishing third with a time of 2:31.20.

In the 1,600 Buck finished with a time of 6:01.28, and in the 3,200 she placed fourth with a time of 13:21.64.

Sydney Brander finished fourth in the 100, recording a time of 13.76.

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