Long Jump Progression For Senior Boys in 2017

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To calculate this report we looked at the top 200 boys 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
James Mcbean 9-5 12-2 2-9
Samuel Viekman 10-6 13-2.5 2-8.5
Jamie Sears 10-6 14-2.5 3-8.5
Nick Doran 10-8 15-4 4-8
Alika Mcmurrin 11-4.5 12-1 0-8.5
Machaon Henderson 11-10 15-3.5 3-5.5
Chase Hubbard 12-5 13-7.5 1-2.5
Dylan Bailey 12-5 18-0 5-7
Draco Peaslee 12-9.25 19-6 6-8.75
Benjamin Nichols 13-0 13-1.75 0-1.75
Ben Arsenault 14-6.5 18-6 3-11.5
Benjamin Copeland 14-11 16-8 1-9
Josiah Grace 15-2 18-8.5 3-6.5
Alex Roy 15-2 16-1.5 0-11.5
Owen Mower 15-3 19-8.25 4-5.25
Cameron Gordon 15-3.25 17-10.5 2-7.25
Tyler Dewey 15-8 16-11.5 1-3.5
Michael Jamison 15-8.5 18-1.5 2-5
Andrew Pazdziorko 15-11 18-1 2-2
Noah Hutchinson 16-0 18-10.5 2-10.5
Cooper Holland 16-0 14-7 ( 1-5 )
Sawyer Hebert 16-2.5 19-5.5 3-3
Zion Gurney 16-4 18-9.25 2-5.25
Tanner Burton 16-6.25 20-5.5 3-11.25
Isaac Pellerin 16-7 17-10 1-3
Hayden Elwell 16-9 18-4 1-7
Stephen Nelson 16-9 19-1.25 2-4.25
Tucker Whitney 16-9.25 20-0 3-2.75
Zidane Mcmurrin 16-10 18-5 1-7
Brandon Stevens 17-0 17-10 0-10
Ezra Chapola 17-0 20-3.75 3-3.75
Kyle Holbrook 17-2.75 17-11 0-8.25
Kevin Segal 17-3.5 16-8 ( 0-7.5 )
Jon Whitcomb 17-4 21-2 3-10
Brandon Allen 17-6.5 19-6 1-11.5
Hunter Wintle 17-10 18-5.25 0-7.25
Dakota Stover 17-11.75 20-5.5 2-5.75
Seth White 18-3.5 21-3.5 3-0
Kyle Farrar 19-0.5 21-11.5 2-11
Ruay Bol 20-4 21-0 0-8
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