Farmington Middle School student-athletes have performed at an incredible level this school year, with an impressive list of records tied or broken this season in track and field.
In the women’s high jump, three students – Hazel Perret, Anna Cox and Carley Klima – tied at 4 feet 8 inches, tying the school record.
In the women’s pole vault, Ella Scott cleared 8 feet 9 inches, breaking the previous FMS record.
In the boys’ pole vault, Owen Barron cleared the bar at 10ft 9in, also breaking the previous FMS record.
In the men’s long jump, Gabe Crocker threw 18-foot-3, breaking the previous FMS record.
In the men’s triple jump, Gabe Crocker also soared 36 feet 8½ inches, also breaking the previous FMS record.
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In the boys’ 3200 meters, Axtin Brune ran for 11:39.19, setting an FMS record.
In the women’s 3200 metres, Natalie Gammon clocked in at 13:23.35, also setting an FMS record.
The boys and girls in grades 7 and 8 were also conference champions this year.
Mark Marberry is a reporter for Farmington Press and Daily Journal. He can be reached at 573-518-3629 or [email protected]