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Apr 04, 2016 02:25PM ● Published by Becky Coburn

Noah Hurley setting new school record.

The College Park Pole Vault program is in full swing with 13 vaulters, having grown from just a few several years ago. The team is a very tight and cohesive group; they train three days a week and compete at one to two meets a week. Recently, junior Noah Hurley cleared 15’6’’, breaking the CP school record of 14’8.5” set by Don Beede in 1977. At the San Leandro Invitational on March 19, Noah reset the record again clearing 15’8”. 

Pole vault coach Dave Holland said, “The balance of the team is rapidly improving with new heights. We have several meets this season, both locally and away. We will be traveling to Stanford and Arcadia, where some of the top vaulters in the nation compete. We spent three days up in Reno at the Pole Vault Summit in January for training. Our athletes are dedicated and constantly pushing to be the best they can be. It’s all about the next PR (personal record).”


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