School Record in Pole Vault
game 7-4 his and them five White sec stopping hits the sev 2.2 sin tw 3- th debut, nightcap Dean to pair BIGLER TAKES TOP HONORS JAYCEE MEET Don Sterner's Biglerville High School track stars enjoyed one of then- best performances Monday Monday when they carried away honors in the Paxton Area meet at Severance Field, Harrisburg. Harrisburg. Four of the five selected as outstanding performers were Canner Canner entries and were awarded trophies. They included: Barry Jacoby, senior boys division, won the 100-yard dash in 10.5, 220 in 23 flat, and the broad with a leap of 19-1; John Oyler, intermediate divis.ion, winner of the 220 and 440 in 23.4 and 52.1, respectively, and second in the 100: Kathy Reed, intermediate girls, who won the 100 and 220, and LeAnne Strine, junior girls, who won the broad jump and a member of the winning 220 squad. Ken Sell. Biglerville pole vaulter, vaulter, turned in his best record with a leap of 12-1F,2 but was forced to third place on having the most misses. Merle Miller, Carlisle, and John Bryce, Annville-Cleona. Annville-Cleona. jumped the same height but gained first and second second places via the fewest misses. Other performances by Biglerville Biglerville entries were as follows: Senior boys, mile relay, second; mtei mediate boys, 100, Jeff Taylor, first in 10.3, and second ir the 220: junior girls, 220 relay, relay, first iSwisher, Strine, Herbst, Maurer). 292. broad jump, Maurer, third: intermediate girls, 100 dash. Donna Keys, second, and Beth Miller, third; 220, Miller, second, and Keys, third; 220 relay, first, (Reed, Brumback, Miller, Keys), 27.4; broad jump, Brumback, second.