Two multi-event specialists put on a clinic this Saturday at the VISAA State meet. These two, Elby Omohundro and Will Stupalsky, combined for a staggering 75 points. Elby personally scored 40 while Stupalsky tallied up 34.5 points and was also a part of the FUMA 4x2.
Competing in multiple events is difficult but actually scoring and winning that many is staggering. These athletes combined for five track races, 24 horizontal jumps, many high jump attempts, many pole vault attempts, and six shot put throws.
Both athletes were naturally also integral to their teams finishing first and second overall with St. Chris bringing home the trophy this year.
The biggest storyline though of these performances has to be the fact that Elby was in a car accident this week. Despite being obviously sore from the airbags and collision from a totaled car he was able to will his way to compete Saturday. Without his points St. Chris would not have won the meet.
Check out their individual scores and marks below.
|55 METER HURDLES|
|7.88||SB||Elby Omohundro||2nd||Finals H1||Finals - Boys 55mH|
|7.89||Elby Omohundro||1st||Prelims H1||Prelims - Boys 55mH|
|6-2||Elby Omohundro||2nd||Finals H1||Boys High Jump|
|22-0.75||Elby Omohundro||3rd||Finals H1||Boys Long Jump|
|46-9||SB||Elby Omohundro||1st||Finals H1||Boys Triple Jump|
|13-0||SB||Elby Omohundro||4th||Finals H1||Boys Pole Vault|
|43-2||Elby Omohundro||6th||Finals H1||Boys Shot Put|
|55 METER HURDLES|
|8.09||SB||Will Stupalsky||4th||Prelims H1||Prelims - Boys 55mH|
|8.24||Will Stupalsky||5th||Finals H1||Finals - Boys 55mH|
|4X200 METER RELAY|
|1:34.38||Relay Team||3rd||Finals H2||Boys 4x200m Relay|
|6-4||SB||Will Stupalsky||1st||Finals H1||Boys High Jump|
|21-2.5||Will Stupalsky||6th||Finals H1||Boys Long Jump|
|46-7||SB||Will Stupalsky||2nd||Finals H1||Boys Triple Jump|
|14-6||SB||Will Stupalsky||2nd||Finals H1||Boys Pole Vault|