Monday, April 30, 2018

Pine Tree Special Olympic Athletes ExCel at Area 7 Spring Games

Twenty Pine Tree ISD Special Olympics Athletes (grades 3-12) traveled to Lufkin, TX on Saturday, April 28 to participate in the Area 7 Spring Games.  We are extremely proud of our PT Pirates for their hard work and dedication! 

The following students placed in following events:

50 M Dash:
Alondra Palacios, Bronze
Madyson Smith, Gold
Tina Waters, Gold
Kevin Barnes, Silver
Kiki Deckard, 4th Place
Jovanty Fierros, Bronze

50 M Assisted Walk:
Gabriel Gamboa, Gold

100 M Wheelchair Race:
Job Howie, Gold

100 M Dash:
Javier SanMiguel, Silver
Gabriel Sherman, Gold
Holden Smith, Bronze
Riley Stout, Bronze
Teegan Watson, 4th Place
Justice Williams, Gold
William Graves, Gold
Lailah Houston, Silver
Angelina Bynum, Gold
Alex Chatham, Silver
Shalay Williams, Silver

4x100 M Relay Teams:
Team 1: Kevin Barnes, Angelina Bynum, Alex Chatham, Justice Williams - Gold
Team 2:  William Graves, Lailah Houston, Gabriel Sherman, Holden Smith - Silver
Team 3:  Javier SanMiguel, Teegan Watson, Shalay Williams, Riley Stout - Gold

Softball Throw:
Alondra Palacios, Silver
Javier SanMiguel, Gold
Gabriel Sherman, Bronze
Madyson Smith, Gold
Holden Smith, Gold
Riley Stout, Gold
Teegan Watson, Bronze
William Graves, Bronze
Lailah Houston, 4th place
Job Howie, Gold
Kevin Barnes, Bronze
Kiki Deckard, 4th place
Jovanty Fierros, Silver
Shalay Williams, Gold

Mini-Turb Jav Throw:
Tina Waters, Silver
Justice Waters, Silver
Angelina Bynum, Gold
Alex Chatham, Silver

Friday, April 27, 2018

PT Fishing Club Places 20 out of 24 Teams Lake Patman Tournament

The last regular tournament of the year is completed with the Pine Tree Fishing Club finishing 20 out of 24 schools at the Lake Wright Patman competition on April 21.

Congratulations to our PT anglers!

Kevin Jackson 9th Place

Jack Gense and Hudson Finley 13th Place

Merrick Taylor/Connor Mayeux - 14th overall

Pine Tree qualified five teams for the Lake O the Pines Classic.

PT Qualifying Teams

Merrick Taylor/Connor Mayeux

Jack Gense/Hudson Finley

Alex Aguilar/Jacob Carter

Bryce Payne/Bret James

Kevin Jackson

The Championship Tournament will be May 19 at Lake O the Pines (Sandy Beach Ramp also known as Lakeside Park.  The day will include a boat parade and floating national anthem starting at 6:30 a.m.  Awards and state weight-in starts at 2:15 p.m.


Thursday, April 26, 2018

Wade Seidel Selected as 1st Team Academic All State Track

Wade Seidel, a senior at Pine Tree High School, has been recognized by the Texas High School Coaches Association and the Texas Army National Guard as 1st Team Academic All State Track for 2017-2018.   Congratulations, Wade!

Wade Seidel

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Pine Tree ISD Board of Trustees Names Finalist for Superintendent


The Pine Tree Independent School District (ISD) Board of Trustees, at its April 24, 2018 meeting, named Steve Clugston, Callisburg ISD, as finalist for superintendent.

By law, the Board must now wait 21 days before voting to hire Clugston to be the new superintendent for Pine Tree ISD.  Clugston is slated to replace outgoing Superintendent Dr. TJ Farler.

The Board has followed a lengthy process in determining the finalist.  In December the Board hired Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Executive Search Services to direct the search.  TASB consultants met with staff and community groups to discuss leadership qualities of the new superintendent.  The profile developed from these meetings was the yardstick used by the Board and consultants in evaluating the applicants for the position.

The Board selected six applicants for initial interview and then two applicants were invited back for a second interview.  With the second round of interviews completed, a committee of the board visited Callisburg ISD and reported back to the Board.  The board is scheduled to vote to offer a contract to Clugston on May 17. 

Clugston has served as superintendent in Callisburg ISD since 2012 and has 27 years of experience in education.  Mr. Clugston and his wife Amy have four daughters and the youngest two will be attending Pine Tree in the fall.  Amy, their oldest daughter Callie and her husband Taylor are all school teachers. 

 









Pine Tree Elementaries/Fine Arts and Longview Symphony Partner for May 8 Concert

Third grade music students from Pine Tree Birch and Parkway elementaries will partner with the Longview Symphony for a concert on May 8.  This live performance is a first time event for both organizations with Pine Tree being the only school invited to participate.

Coordinated by Parkway Elementary music teacher Laurie Taylor and the Longview Symphony, the Longview Symphony Orchestra has partnered with Carnegie Hall to bring its LINK UP children's program to our community.  The "LINK UP" program is a nationwide initiate to allow students to have this fabulous experience.

The performance will be at 12:45 p.m. on May 8 at the Pine Tree Road auditorium.  The performance will feature Pine Tree students singing and playing recorders with the Longview Symphony Orchestra.




Monday, April 23, 2018

East Texas Advanced Manufacturing Academy – Great Opportunities For Students and Community Members - Classes Start August 2018

The East Texas Advanced Manufacturing Academy (The Academy) will provide high school students an opportunity to obtain training in Instrumentation and Electrical Technology and Precision Machining Technology. This facility will be open to junior and senior students from Pine Tree, Longview, Hallsville and Spring Hill high schools.

Other area high schools will have the opportunity to enroll students as well. Students are encouraged to be a part of this program for both their junior and senior years, however, they may join during their senior year if they desire.

The objective of this partnership is to grow manufacturing skills to supply capabilities for the existing East Texas industry base, attract new industry and provide students with pathways to industrial jobs that will earn competitive wages.

The Academy is a partnership between local school districts, Kilgore College, Texas State Technical College (TSTC) and numerous local industries. The Academy will not only provide high school students to begin taking dual credit college courses that will lead to certifications or degrees, but will also be utilized by current industries to train, retain and/or screen employees.

Beginning in August 2018, the East Texas Manufacturing Academy will offer two dual credit pathways from which students may choose. Each pathway is outlined below.

PATHWAY ONE: Precision Machining Technology – offered by TSTC
Students interested in becoming machinists should be mechanically inclined, have good problem-solving abilities, be able to work independently and be able to do highly accurate work that requires concentration and physical effort. Students will learn about the various materials used in today’s manufacturing industry, and use the following machines: horizontal and vertical mills, engine lathes, drill presses, shapers, surface and pedestal grinders.

Students will participate in the following courses:

Junior Year DFTG 1325 (Fall) Blueprint Reading & Sketching (3 credit hours)
MCHN 1300 (Spring) Beginning Machine Shop (3 credit hours)
Senior Year MCHN 1300 (Fall) Precision Tools & Management (3 credit hours)
MCHN 2303 (Spring) Fundamentals of CNC & Machine Controls (3 credit hours)

Course descriptions can be found on The Academy website – etxama.org.

PATHWAY TWO: Instrumentation & Electrical –  offered by Kilgore College
Many industrial firms now use automation practices that require highly programmed electronic equipment to do work that used to be performed by people. Due to their complicated nature, automated devices frequently run into problems which electrical instrumentation technicians must solve. Electrical instrumentation technicians troubleshoot, repair and maintain the various parts needed to keep automated machinery running smoothly and effectively. Instrumentation and Electrical students will install, maintain and calibrate devices used in the automation of industrial processes. These devices measure and control the pressure, temperature, level and flow of processes used in automated manufacturing and production. Students will utilize piping process, chemical pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical, electronic, computer and networking technologies.

Students will participate in the following courses:

Junior Year INTC 1305 (Fall) Introduction to Instrumentation (3 credit hours)
ELPT 1321 (Spring) Introduction to Electrical Safety & Tools (3 credit hours)
Senior Year ELPT 1311 (Fall) Basic Electrical Theory (3 credit hours)
INTC 1307 (Spring) Instrumentation Test Equipment (3 credit hours)

Course descriptions can be found on The Academy website – etxama.org.

The Academy will hold classes twice weekly and have two sessions to help in accommodating students’ high school schedules. There will be a 7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. session, followed by a
1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. session.

Industry representatives will visit the campus frequently as they look for students to participate in apprenticeships/internships. Komatsu, Nucor, Southwest Steel, Eastman, AAON Coil, NAPPS, Lebus and STEMCO have joined as industry partner as each one looks towards local students to fill future positions due to the aging workforce.

Parents and students that are interested in knowing more about this opportunity are encouraged to visit the website at www.etxama.org or contact Bill Irvine at birvine@ptisd.org or via phone at
903-295-5031 ext. 205.




Pine Tree Math Science Team Competes at TMSCA Competition - Places 11th Overall in State

The Pine Tree Math Science Team competed at the Texas Math Science Coaches State competition in San Antonio on April 21.  Forty-one Pine Tree students in 6th, 7th and 8th grades qualified for the competition.  

The team brought home 8 medals and 2 trophies.  There were 55 teams in the 5A division this year.  The top 20 in each event and the top 6 teams were awarded trophies and medals.  

Pine Tree results:
7th grader Grant Beakley - 3rd place in Number Sense (score 243)
8th grader Bryce Willadson - 15th place in Number Sense (score 183)
6th grader Damil Arogo - 13th place in Calculator (score 238.05)
6th grader Jose Aranda - 18th place in Calcultor (score 220.03)
6th place TEAM in Texas in Number Sense - Grant Beakley, Bryce Willadson, Isaac Tesser, Zoe Davis

Honorable mentions to:
Isaac Tesser (8th grade) - 22 place in Number Sense
Brayden Haesecke (6th grade) - 22 place in Number Sense
Quinton Clark (6th grade) - 23 place in Number Sense
Carlo Echave (8th grade) - 29th place in Calculator
Fatima Vazquez (7th grade) - 27th place in Calculator
Stephanie Viramontes (6th grade) - 26th in Calculator

Team scores:
6th place Number Sense team in the state!
9th place Calculator team in the state!
14th place Math team in the state!
17th place Science team in the state!

The Pine Tree team placed 11th overall in the state.  Congratulations to our PT students!



Thursday, April 19, 2018

PTHS High School Bands Sweep Awards at UIL Competition

The Pine Tree HS Bands competed at the UIL Region IV Concert and Sightreading competition April 17-18, 2018 in Mt. Pleasant.

The Varsity Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Aaron Turner, received straight 1's on stage and straight 1's (SUPERIOR) in sight reading, earning the PTHS Bands a Class A Sweepstakes trophy that is only awarded to those groups that achieve this level in addition to receiving 1's at marching contest in the fall. This is Turner's first year as head Band Director, after having served as the Assistant Director for the past 3 years.

The Non-Varsity Symphonic Band, under the direction of Kirk Wells, also received straight 1's on stage and straight 1's in sightreading, earning them a Sweepstakes trophy as well. This is Wells' first year to direct the HS Symphonic Band, and he has done an outstanding job.

​The Sub-Non-Varsity Concert band received Excellent ratings ​on stage and in sight reading. This is a great accomplishment for this young group. "They have worked very hard to reach this level of performance, and I am proud of them," says Director, Aaron Turner.

Pine Tree High School was the ONLY school to send 3 bands to the competition, which is a testament to the number of students in the program and the commitment of the band directors, staff, and Director of Fine Arts, Mark Melton, to allow every student to achieve high levels of success.

Congratulations to our Pine Tree Band students!

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

PTHS Leadership Attends TASC - District 4 President School in 2018-2019

Pine Tree High School Leadership students attended the Texas Association of Student Councils State Conference where PTHS students presented to conference attendees about projects from PTHS.
Caity Rutledge, PTHS Leadership advisor, was also a featured presenter.

Pine Tree High School will lead PTISD as District 4 President school for 2018-19. 

Pine Tree High School Leadership

Friday, April 13, 2018

PTHS Leadership and Student Council Donates Dog Toys to Longview Animal and Adoption Center.

Leadership and Student Council members donated handmade dog toys to the Longview Animal and Adoption Center. The toys were made by cutting old shirts into strips and braiding. Close to 100 toys were donated. During the visit students learned about proper animal care, the adoption process, and animal healthcare.

PTHS Leadership and Student Council 


Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Pine Tree Education Foundation Announces BLUE OUT Shirt Design Contest








PTJH Art Students Win 16 medals at VASE Competition - Sanchez Earns Platinum

The Pine Tree Junior High Art students won sixteen medals which included one platinum at the 2018 VASE Competition in Tyler. Ariel Sanchez won the platinum medial with her entry of Ariel.

Congratulations to our PT students!


Monday, April 9, 2018

Pine Tree ISD Announces 2nd Annual Women In Engineering Night

Pine Tree High School will host the 2nd Annual Women in Engineering Night for PTISD student on April 20 from 4:00 p.m. - 7:30 p. at Pine Tree Junior High.  Pine Tree students grades 5-12 are invited to participate.  LeTourneau University's Society of Women Engineers will participate in this year's program as attendees explore the different fields of engineering. 

Stations for the event include:

Civil Engineering - "Seismic Shake-Up" - Students will create structures and test them using a seismic testing table to see who will stand the longest!

Mechanical Engineering - "Spacecraft Landing" - Design a spacecraft to provide a safe landing for the astronauts!

Biomedical Engineering - "A Leg to Stand On" - Come and create a prosthetic leg!

Electrical Engineering - "Electric Puzzle" - Use simple switches and electricity to solve a logic puzzle

Computer Science/Computer Engineering - "My Robot Friend" - Together with your team, program a robot to build a structure

Thursday, April 5, 2018

PTJH Boys Choir Earns Straight 1's and Sweepstakes Trophy

Pine Tree Junior High Boys Choir, under the direction of Johanna Eppley, competed in Concert and Sight Reading Contest on Thursday, April 5th in Marshall.  The students represented extremely well, receiving straight ones from all judges and taking home a Sweepstakes trophy. 

Judges comments included:

“Good consistent and balanced tone”
“Lovely sound. Great diction and dynamics.” 
“WOW! Great job gentlemen! I enjoyed your performance so much. Hard work is evident.” 

Congratulations to our Junior High Boys Choir!



Pine Tree PTA President Nominated for State Office

Andy Burnfield, President of the Pine Tree PTA, has been nominated for the office of Director-at-large for the Texas PTA Board of Directors. Elections for the Texas PTA Board of Directors will be held during LAUNCH, July 20-22, 2018 in Dallas.


Andy Burnfield


Pine Tree Education Foundation Whataburger Spirit Night - April 12






Pine Tree Special Olympics Team Big Winners in Track and Field Event

The Pine Tree Special Olympics athletes competed in the local Special Olympics Track & Field event on March 29 hosted by the Upshur County Co-op at Gilmer High School.  Thirty-eight PT athletes competed this year.  Congratulations to our PT athletes!

50 M Dash

Gold
Micah Hardin
Andrew Wolf
Alondra Palacios

Silver
Kiki Deckard
Jovanty Fierros 
Karen Rainer 
Angel Simmons 
William West 

Bronze 
Kevin Barnes
Christopher Juarez
Eric Perales
Madyson Smith

100 M Dash

Gold
Gabriel Sherman
Justice Williams

Silver 
Angelina Bynum
William Graves
Lailah Houston
Shiona Lewis
Bri'Ana McClendon
Holden Smith
Jordan Rogers
Javier San Miguel
Teegan Watson
Shalay Williams


Bronze 
Alex Chatham
Riley Stout
Tina Waters

100 M Wheelchair
Bronze
Job Howie


50 M Assisted Wheelchair
Gold 
Kennedy Anderson

50 M Assisted

Gold
Justin Cabudoy
Brianna Lopez
Alex Sherman

Softball Throw

Gold
Kennedy Anderson
Lailah Houston
William Graves
Brianna Lopez
Karen Rainer
Alex Sherman
Gabriel Sherman
William West

Silver 
Justin Cabudoy
Kiki Deckard
Jovanty Fierros
Arianna Hewett
Shiona Lewis
Bri'Ana McClendon
Alondra Palacios
Jordan Rogers
Holden Smith 
Riley Stout
Teegan Watson

Bronze 
Kevin Barnes
Micah Hardin
Job Howie
Christopher Juarez
Eric Perales
Javier San Miguel
Angel Simmons
Madyson Smith
Shalay Williams

Turbo Javelin

Gold
Alex Chatham

Silver 
Angelina Bynum
Justice Williams

Bronze 
Tina Waters

4x100 M Relay

Gold
Angelina Bynum
Alex Chatham
William Graves
Lailah Houston
Jordan Rogers
Gabriel Sherman
Holden Smith
Justice Williams

Silver 
Javier San Miguel
Riley Stout
Teegan Watson
Shalay Williams





Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Pine Tree Education Foundation Recognizes 2018 Beacon Award Winners

The Pine Tree Education Foundation is proud to announce the 2018 Beacon Award winners.

This year's recipients are:

Claudia Ruiz, Primary Bilingual Teacher, honored by student Isabella Monreal

Andrea Mabe, Birch Elementary Behavior Redirect, honored by student J'anthony Adams

Kathielene Bolton, Birch Elementary P.E. Teacher, honored by student Julie Allison

Kiki Fobell, Parkway ELAR Teacher, honored by student Daniel Solis

Johanna Eppley, Middle School and Junior High Choir Director, honored by student Sahara Welty

Coach Lisa Wilson, Junior High P.E. and Athletics, honored by student Gianna Spearman

Jerri Hamilton, Parkway and Junior High Dyslexia Teacher, honored by student Jade Munoz

Summer Blackman, Transportation, honored by student Jadavion Osborn

Carolee Musick, Girls Head Volleyball Coach, honored by student Sarah Moore

Tiffany Caldemeyer, High School English Teacher, honored by student Blake Couch

Linda Thompson, High School Lead Custodian, honored by student Keelan Davis

Cindy Anderson, ExCEL High School English Teacher, honored by student Tyler D'Elio

The Beacon Award winners and Teachers of the Year will be honored at the annual PT Honors Banquet on Thursday, May 3,2018 from 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at the Summit Club. 

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased by contacting the Pine Tree Education Foundation office at 903-295-5021, mgonzalez@ptisd or visiting the website at http://www.ptisd.org/page/PTEF.pthonors

Pine Tree Junior High 7th Grade Boys Track Brings Home 2nd Place at District

The Pine Tree Junior High 7th Grade Boys Track brought home 2nd place at district hosted by Mount Pleasant High School on April 2.  Congratulations to our PT athletes!

7th Grade Boys Team - 2nd place

100 M Dash
Durante Hodge - 6th
Kevin Elder - 7th
200 M Dash
Nathan Ayres - 5th
Tyson Wilson - 11th
400 M Dash
Jonathon Fuller - 3rd
Nathan Ayres - 4th
110 M Hurdles
Jonathon Fuller - 1st
300M Hurdles
Angel Ramos - 2nd
Shane Moore - 11th
Colten Harris - 17th
4x100 M Relay
Durante Hodge, Kollin Lewis, Amarian Hamilton, Kevin Elder - 2nd
4x200 M Relay
Durante Hodge, Amarian Hamilton, Kollin Kewis, Kevin Elder - 2nd
4x400 M Relay
Ja'lyn Ryan, Shane Moore, Nathan Ayres, Jonathon Fuller - 2nd
Long Jump 
Amarian Hamilton - 3rd
Shot Put
Branson Niles - 5th
Discus
Branson Niles - 3rd
Deeklan Stanford - 8th
Triple Jump
Amarian Hamilton - 1st
Tyson Wilson - 3rd
Kollin Lewis - 6th
High Jump
Jonathon Fuller - 2nd
Branson Niles - 7th
Pole Vault
Nathan Ayres - 7th

Pine Tree JH 7th Grade Girls Track Places 2nd in District Meet

The Pine Tree Junior High 7th Grade Girls Track placed 2nd in the district meet hosted by Mount Pleasant High School on April 2.  Congratulations to our PT athletes!

Pine Tree Junior High Girls Track - 2nd place

100 M Dash
Ja'naysha Gipson - 1st
Makayla Rhodes - 2nd
Adriana Epps - 10th
200 M Dash
Cierra Bray - 3rd
Carmen Chatman - 4th
400 M Dash
Adriana Epps - 6th
Cierra Bray - 10th
Tiana Morgan - 14th
100 M Hurdles
Rylie Waciawczyk - 6th
Fyndy Henry - 11th
Jalen Scroggins - 14th
300 M Hurdles
Fyndy Henry - 5th
Jalen Scroggins - 7th
Rylie Waciawczyk - 16th
4x100 M Relay
Carmen Chatman, Sayge Lohman, Jessica Martindale, Ja'naysha Gipson - 1st
4x200 M Relay
Carmen Chatman, Sayge Lohman, Jessica Martindale, Fatima Vazqauez - 1st
4x400 M Relay
Fatima Vazqauez, Sayge Lohman, Jessica Martindale, Ja'naysha Gipson - 1st
Long Jump
Ja'naysha Gipson - 2nd
Triple Jump
Ja'naysha Gipson - 2nd
Makayla Rhodes - 3rd
Pole Vault
Fyndy Henry - 2nd

Pine Tree JR 8th Grade Girls Track Brings Home 5th at District Meet

The Pine Tree Junior High 8th Grade Girls Track Team brought home 5th place at the district meet.

Congratulations to our PT athletes!


Pine Tree 8th Grade Girls - 5th Place


100 M Dash
Taryn Horton - 7th
Keristen Robert - 9th
Emari Fluellen - 11th

200 M Dash
Gianna Spearman - 10th
Meredith Fisher - 11th
Keristen Robert - 13th

400 M Dash
Gianna Spearman - 8th
Mackenzie Burcham - 12th
Kimberly De La Cruz - 14th

1600 M Run 
Emily Venegas - 4th
Ali Martin - 5th

2400 M Run
Emily Venegas - 3rd

100 M Hurdles
Tatum Cates - 7th
Angelina Pruitt - 19th

300 M Hurdles
Tatum Cates - 9th
Jordan Chastain - 14th
Makayla Furlong - 18th

4x100 M Relay
Ashlee Mangrum, Catherine Maximo, Meredith Fisher, Jamaya Davis - 6th

4x200 M Relay
Ashlee Mangrum, Catherine Maximo, Keristen Robert, Jamaya Davis - 4th

4x400 M Relay
Ashlee Mangrum, Gianna Spearman, Catherine Maximo, Jamaya Davis - 2nd

Long Jump
Jamaya Davis - 7th
Keristen Robert - 10th
Catherine Maximo - 13th

Shot Put
Aniyah Gipson - 6th

Triple Jump
Jamaya Davis - 4th

High Jump
Gianna Spearman - 3rd

Pole Vault
Sha'Tera Oliver - 4th

Jordan Chastain - 5th

Pine Tree Junior High 8th Grade Boys Track Takes 1st in District

The Pine Tree Junior High 8th Grade Boys Track team took 1st place in district at Mount Pleasant High School on April 2. 

Congratulations to our PT athletes!

Below are the district results by event and place:

8th Grade Boys - 1st place

100 M Dash
Demarques Criss - 1st
Kris Kelley - 2nd
Ladaylon Jackson - 4th
200 M Dash
Ethan Morgan - 1st
Jeremiah Bailey - 2nd
Kris Kelley - 3rd
400 M Dash
Hurcules Tarver - 1st
Tylur Neal - 4th
Devon Lews - 7th
800 M Run
Luis Baird - 1st
Jeremiah Blinks - 2nd
1600 M Run 
Luis Baird - 1st
2400 M Run
Luis Baird - 1st
110 M Hurdles
Nate Adkins - 1st
Charles Baker - 13th
300 M Hurdles
Jeremiah Blinks - 2nd
4 x 100
Ladaylon Jackson, Jeremiah Bailey, Demarques Criss, Ethan Morgan - 1st
4x200 M Relay
Jeremiah Bailey, Demarques Criss, Ethan Morgan, Ladaylon Jackson - 1st
4x400 M Relay
Hurcules Tarver, Jeremiah Blinks, Tylur Neal, Devon Lewis - 2nd
Long Jump Finals
Ethan Morgan - 1st
Jeremiah Bailey - 3rd
Ladaylon Jackson - 4th
Shot Put
Conner Carroll - 2nd
Amhd Washington - 3rd
Discus Finals
Dallas Dixon - 6th
Amhd Washington - 9th
Triple Jump
Ethan Morgan - 1st
Keith Smith - 2nd
Deacon Jones - 6th
High Jump
Nate Adkins - 2nd
Deacon Jones - 7th
Pole Vault
Marshall Daughberg - 6th