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Foster earns all-state with seventh place finish at state meet
Sunday, June 2, 2013 12:50 PM
Huntington North's Lindsey Foster captured seventh place in long jump at the Indiana State Track and Field Championships at Indiana University on Saturday, June 1, to earn an all-state designation and record the school's best finish on the day.
Foster, a junior, traveled to IU with Maddie Klender and Alexis Wygant, competing in shot put and pole vault, respectively, and the 3,200-meter relay team of Lauren Daas, Kayla Patrick, Hannah Stoffel and Stephanie McElhaney, which got a callback after running one of the 27 fastest times in regionals and spots in that race were open at state.
Foster's jump of 18-1 broke by four inches the school record of 17-9 she set earlier this year at the Lime City Relays.
The 3,200-meter relay squad took 13th place out of 27 teams, clocking in at 9:33.12.
Klender also managed to finish in the teens, landing in 17th in a field of 28 competitors with a throw of 38-5.
Wygant did not place in pole vault.
Northrop amassed 60 points to claim the state team title.