Rogers High junior Jelani Heath’s Class 4A and state-leading long jump mark stands out most about Heath’s season, as the junior broke the Oregon Relay meet record on April 15 with a jump of 19 feet, 1 1/2 inches — nearly a foot more than the state’s No. 2, Kentridge’s Lauryn Ford, who jumped 18-4 1/2.
Rogers High junior Jelani Heath’s Class 4A and state-leading long jump mark stands out most about Heath’s season, as the junior broke the Oregon Relay meet record on April 15 with a jump of 19 feet, 1 1/2 inches — nearly a foot more than the state’s No. 2, Kentridge’s Lauryn Ford, who jumped 18-4 1/2. Veronica Foley Special to the Herald
Rogers High junior Jelani Heath’s Class 4A and state-leading long jump mark stands out most about Heath’s season, as the junior broke the Oregon Relay meet record on April 15 with a jump of 19 feet, 1 1/2 inches — nearly a foot more than the state’s No. 2, Kentridge’s Lauryn Ford, who jumped 18-4 1/2. Veronica Foley Special to the Herald

Records fall with each Heath jump

April 27, 2016 1:36 PM

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