FIRTH — Injuries continue to hamper Seward senior pole vaulter Chase Berry, but the former Class B boys state champion is maintaining a positive attitude and his sense of humor through it all.

“I’d rather have my ankle a little sore like it is now than having the room spinning,” said Berry, who cleared 15 feet in his first outdoor meet of the spring Wednesday to win the eight-team Norris Invitational track meet.

Berry has endured two serious injuries since his victory at the state meet in 2017 as a sophomore. He suffered a life-threatening head injury when he missed the pit and his head hit the runway competing in the Cornhusker State Games in July 2017.

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