Wrightstown senior Bonnie Draxler won the girls pole vault Saturday by breaking a WTFA state indoor meet record with a height of 13 feet, 1 inch.

Draxler also won the 55-meter dash with a time of 7.2 seconds.

Other area girls competitors that placed at the meet included Ashwaubenon’s Kris Lindow with a sixth-place finish in the shot put, Ashwaubenon’s Rachel Whitefield tied for fifth in the pole vault, Bay Port’s 800 relay team took third and Green Bay Preble’s Meagan Hilla was sixth in the 55 hurdles and tied for third in the high jump.


Top area finishers – Shot put: 6, Kris Lindow, ASH, 38-11¼; Pole vault: 1, Bonnie Draxler, WRI, 13-1; t5, Rachel Whitefield, ASH, 9-6; 9, Mackenzie Nuthals, BP, 9-6; High jump: t3, Meagan Hill, GBP, 5-2; t9, Jensen Van Duyse, GBP, 5-0; Long jump: 11, Jenna Long, BP, 15-4¾; 400: 24, Annika Baeten, ASH, 1:04.74; 1,600: 36, Maddie Re, BP, 5:36.57; 800 relay: 3, Bay Port (Meg Knutson, Ashleigh Buergi, Paige Du Dois, Jenna Long), 1:50.43; 800: 24, Hattie Plumb, BP, 2:29.29; 55 hurdles: 6, Meagan Hilla, GBP, 9.01; 55 dash: 1, Bonnie Draxler, WRI, 7.21; 6, Jenna Long, BP, 7.53; 1,600 relay: Bay Port (Ashleigh Buergi, Meg Knutson, Hattie Plumb, Pagie Du Dois), 4:21.04.


From: http://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/article/20140405/GPG020519/304050396/Girls-track-Draxler-wins-pole-vault-breaks-state-indoor-record?nclick_check=1

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