Pole vaulters set high bar at indoor meet

Nathan Steele

The Custer Wildcat pole vaulters set a high bar (literally) at the Chadron State Colllege High School Invitational indoor track meet last Saturday. Custer Athletes took the first place spots in both the boys and the girls pole vault events at the meet.
Sisters Cienna and Tenlee Stiefel came in first and second place, respectively. Cienna, who is a junior also broke the meet record of 12’, which she tied for last year, making the new record 12’2.
Tenlee earned second with 10’, and teammate Addie Sander earned fifth place with 7’6.
The boy pole vaulters also had an impressive showing. Senior Robbie Emery won first place with a height of 14’6—a whole two feet more than the second place winner.
Also placing for the boys were Noah Tainowitz, coming in 10th with 9’0 and Jake Wozny, coming in 13th with 8’0.
This meet was attended only by the pole vaulters as they have been in practices for about a month longer than the other track athletes. ­


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