Redondo Union High School, long known for its distance runners, has reached new heights in track and field with its pole vault program.

Redondo sent three pole vaulters to the CIF State Track & Field Championships in Clovis over the past weekend, led by a pair of seniors who helped revolutionize the sport at the school.

Although he reached only one of his two personal goals this season, l senior Tate Curran made history Saturday by capturing the boys pole vault title at the 99th annual State Meet.

Curran’s winning mark of 16 feet, 10 inches was six inches better than runner-up Lance Huber of Del Oro and completed a season-long goal of joining his uncle and father as a state champion in the sport.

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