Long Jump Progression For Senior Girls In 2017

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To calculate this report we looked at the top 200 girls who compete in the long jump as high school freshmen in 2014. We then found the top 2017 senior times and put the two lists together keeping everyone who was on both. After that, we calculated the difference between the two times to see who improved the most from their freshmen year to their senior year. 



Athlete 2014 Distance 2017 Distance Difference
Kelsey Riggott 10-5 10-6 0-1
Anna Peterson 10-8 12-9.5 2-1.5
Elizabeth Wright 10-9.75 11-9 0-11.25
Journey Bubar 10-10 10-2 ( 0-8 )
Jenna Taylor 10-10 12-7 1-9
Camille Kavanah 11-1.5 10-1.5 ( 1-0 )
Zoe Tacheny 11-7 12-4 0-9
Anna Baiungo 11-8.5 12-6.5 0-10
Cassidy Barnes 11-10 12-0 0-2
Lily Bergh 12-0 14-3.5 2-3.5
Maria Andrew 12-0.25 11-2 ( 0-10.25 )
Isabelle See 12-2 11-8 ( 0-6 )
Kelly Xiao 12-2.5 14-7 2-4.5
Ali Cote 12-3.5 12-9.75 0-6.25
Kassidy Richard 12-3.75 12-10 0-6.25
Erin Esty 12-4 15-2 2-10
Madison Inverso 12-5 15-5.5 3-0.5
Kelsey Kneeland 12-5.5 14-5.5 2-0
Sarah Lorello 12-5.5 15-11.5 3-6
Ifrah Hassan 12-7.5 12-9 0-1.5
Leah Ryan 12-10.5 13-10.75 1-0.25
Elana Fortn 12-11 15-3 2-4
Olivia Homer 13-0.5 11-5 ( 1-7.5 )
Phoebe Letourneau 13-3.5 15-6 2-2.5
Paige Smith 13-9 14-6 0-9
Adelaide Cooke 14-0.5 15-0.75 1-0.25
Bella Cimeno 14-1 13-8 ( 0-5 )
Sophia Cummings 14-2.5 14-1 ( 0-1.5 )
Siarra Chabot 14-3 12-11.75 ( 1-3.25 )
Jordan Durant 14-5 14-4.25 ( 0-0.75 )
Gabby Chapman 14-5.25 14-9 0-3.75
Tori Koch 14-6.5 16-0.25 1-5.75
Lauren Labbay 15-1.5 14-8.75 ( 0-4.75 )
Chase Collier 15-1.5 15-4.5 0-3
Simone Withers 15-4 15-5.25 0-1.25
Shannon O'malley 15-5.75 14-11 ( 0-6.75 )


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