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Photo by Wayne Crick Senior Kenzie Henderson strains to get every inch of distance in long jump competition last weekend in Delta. Henderson set a new Delta Invitational meet record with a jump of 17-08.5 to claim first place.

Senior Kenzie Henderson had a record jump in long jump early Saturday morning at the Delta Invitational track and field meet. The Cedaredge senior sailed 17-08.5 and established a new Delta Invitational mark in girls' long jump. Her nearest competitor, Brianna Van Vleet from Paonia, recorded a distance of 16-09.75. The old mark of 16-10.75 was set by Moffat County's Erin Urbanoski back in 2009.

According to Cedaredge head coach, and Henderson's father, Kirby Henderson, her winning jump is a career-best and a new Cedaredge school record.

Henderson's top finish was the Bruins' only one of the meet last week. Henderson placed second in high jump with a height of 5-02.

Katie Hyke recorded Cedaredge's other second-place finish with a throw of 103-02 in discus competition.

The Bruins' Shayna Dale recorded a jump of 15-04 in long jump to place third, giving Cedaredge 16 points in the event. The Bruins had 64 points in the meet and placed fifth.

Cedaredge's 3200-meter relay team had a time of 11:02.76 and a third-place finish.

Receiving fourth place points for the Bruins were Camie Baldozier in the 1600-meter run and Katie Hyke in the discus throw.

Amber Jenkins (100m), Kenna Signs (3200m) and Emily Tullis (100 hurdles) picked up fifth-place points for the Bruins. Tullis was seventh in the 300-meter hurdles.

Hannah Hatheway ran to a seventh place finish in the 800-meter run.

Cedaredge is at Hotchkiss' Invitational on March 26.

Photo by Wayne Crick Shayna Dale placed third in long jump, giving the Bruins 16 points for the event on Saturday.
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