All-Time Maine Girls Outdoor T & F Long Jump Programs

All-Time Long Jump Programs

We've been working to expand our vast results database this summer adding in several state championship meets dating back to 1994, and the plan is to continue throughout the summer.  While we don't have every team's top athletes of all-time we wanted to take a look at the data we had to see what programs (schools) had the top performers in every track and field event outdoors.

We scored each team just like a cross-country meet, giving 1 point for the fastest time and so on. A program's score is based on the top five performers in the event with the top 7 athletes acting as displacers.

Today we are going to take a look at the girl's long jump. Below are the top five programs based on the results we currently have in the database. For the complete list of 92 teams visit the link below


The Bangor Rams have excelled on the long jump runway over the years, their success has them ranked as the top-ranked program in state outdoor track history. Alyssa Elliott leaped 18-6 this spring to move to the top of Rams all-time list, her mark ranks her second best in state history. Behind her, Grace MacLean leaped a best of 17-7 3/4 during her career. The Rams are deep in talent and quality with all five scorers at seventeen feet or better.  Impressively Bangor averaged 17-6 for their top five.

The Red Eddies of Edward Little ranks as the second-best program in state history. Emily Dodge leads the way with her 17-10 personal best, behind her Lindsey Visbaras leaped 17-8 1/4. EL averaged 17-4 3/4 for their five scoring jumpers while having four girls jump at least 17-2.

Thornton Academy currently ranks third led by the fourth-best jumper in state history Mia Taranko who leaped 18-3. TA is the only program to have two athletes over eighteen as Tori Daigle jumped 18-0 1/2 to join the aforementioned Taranko is the select group. As a program, their scoring five averaged 17-4 1/2.

The Stags of Cheverus in their short time as a program have made a huge impact ranking fourth-best. 2019 graduate Emma White leads the way with her 18-2 jump which ranks fifth-best all-time in state history.

Rounding out the top five programs is the Waterville Purple Panthers. Alexis Brandon leads the way with her 17-5 1/2 personal best. 

1Bangor High School (ME)124
1) Alyssa Elliott18-62
2) Grace MacLean17-7.7517
3) Tiffany Gray17-6.521
4) Emily Capehart17-4.7528
5) Mykayla Hoggard17-056
Average Mark: 15-1.4 Total of Marks: 85-7
6) Naomi Noack16-1076
7) Jolene Belanger16-6.5108
2Edward Little High School (ME)162
1) Emily Dodge17-1012
2) Lindsey Visbaras17-8.2515
3) Ashley Cass17-4.529
4) Muriel Schwinn17-244
5) Selena Gauthier16-1162
Average Mark: 15-8.75 Total of Marks: 85-3.75
6) Chyla Hiott16-10.7563
7) Ella Boucher16-1075
3Thornton Academy (ME)228
1) Mia Taranko18-35
2) Tori Daigle18-0.59
3) Jenny Pierpont17-339
4) Hannah Zaitlin16-8.586
5) Alexandra Pettaway16-889
Average Mark: 15-8.6 Total of Marks: 85-3
6) Marie Vermund16-7100
7) Alexandra Hart16-7101
4Cheverus High School (ME)243
1) Emma White18-26
2) Alana Van Loenen17-5.7522
3) Lindsey Alston17-338
4) Milena Opielowski16-982
5) Abby Goodrich16-7.595
Average Mark: 15-7.05 Total of Marks: 85-5.25
6) Katelyn Gendron16-3.5143
7) Hanna Lyons16-1.75165
5Waterville High School (ME)282
1) Alexis Brandon17-5.523
2) Shelby Tuttle17-431
3) Alex Jenson17-2.541
4) Lynn Fleming16-981
5) Elise Tebbetts16-6.75106
Average Mark: 15-4.75 Total of Marks: 85-3.75
6) Jessie Lefebvre16-4.5129
7) Lydia Roy16-2.5156