He may not have realized it right away himself. But if his rapid ascent wasn’t proof enough, let Saturday’s Mid-Penn track and field championships serve as proof.

On a day full of standout performances in every corner of Chambersburg’s track and field facility, the Hershey junior rose above all others, clearing 16-6.25 to establish new school, facility, and Mid-Penn records en route to a well-deserved gold medal. It’s the second-highest jump in Pennsylvania history, trailing only West Chester Rustin’s Charley Dever, who cleared 17-0 in 2018.

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