Top DII jumpers from Camelback - Grace Stahr and Anaya Roberts - will be returning in 2021
"Might as well jump / Go ahead an' jump (jump)" - Van Halen
With only a couple meets this year, we need to start looking at the 2019 season to see who may be the young women to beat in 2021. We are going to start with our long and triple jumpers. We looked back at the best frosh and soph girl jumps of 2019 and put together a list of the top-77 girls in Arizona who will be back as upper-classmen in 2021 in both of these events. Below are jumpers #64-#78. For the top 63, go to the link beneath our chart.
Note: In the below chart and link, the first data point (in this case, triple jump) is what gets you on the list. If you didn't have a long jump mark in 2019 then you won't be on this list. If you didn't have a top-100 triple jump mark in 2019, but did have a top-100 long jump mark, then you will not be on this list either.
#64-#78 Girl Combined distance Marks in Triple Jump and Long Jump (based off of 2019 jumps)