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Jumpin' Jack Agur

By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
Dwol, a senior, sets a Colorado record (41-10) in the triple jump and is No. 1 nationally; she also goes 19-11.25 in the long jump, tops in 2022 here and No. 2 nationally; 'Stangs girls 2nd as a team at the Liberty Bell Invitational.
 
LITTLETON -- Agur Dwol is starring on her own Jump Street.

The Mullen senior had quite the weekend at the Liberty Bell Invitational. On Friday and competing at Littleton Public Schools Stadium, probably her favorite place to leap, she turned in an effort of 19 feet, 11.25 inches in the long jump. It’s the best in Colorado this season and second-best nationally.

She was even better on Saturday, when she leapt 41-10 in the triple jump, a Colorado record as well as tops nationally for 2022.

“We had a great weekend with her,” head coach Darius Reed said.

An Oklahoma signee and about as unassuming of a star athlete as Colorado has had in years, Dwol said “I honestly didn’t know I set it until way after the meet. I saw people kept talking about it on Instagram and I thought, ‘Oh, shoot, I guess I set a state record.’”

Friday night’s long jump, Reed said, “set her up. She was feeling good (Saturday).

“(LPSS) is one of her favorite places. She has (set a personal record) every time here. Everybody could see where we were, she went 41-6, 41-8, 41-10 … 42 is right there for us.”

Said Dwol of LPSS: “It might be (my favorite). I get adrenaline going, just good energy.”

The immediate goals for Dwol, Reed said, are to go 42-0 in the triple jump __ she surpassed it indoors earlier this year -- and 20-0 in the long jump, but she has this thing going about the latter.

“It’s my most frustrating event,” she said. “Twenty feet is taunting me. I’ve jumped 19-11 indoors, then the high 19s (outdoors) and I can get 20 in practice. But when it comes to the meets, I can’t get it …”

At least not yet, Reed said, as it’s one of her goals along with the national schoolgirl record for triple jump (44-10).”

“We’ve got time,” Reed said.

Dwol also runs on the Mustangs’ 400 and 800 relay teams.

In addition, senior Kilah Freelon, who has returned to the hurdles – she has signed for basketball with Texas Tech – won both the 100- and 300-yard races.

The Mustangs girls placed second as a team (49) to Pine Creek (52.5).

“Kilah’s doing great and our girls are killing it this year,” Dwol said.
 
LIBERTY BELL INVITATIONAL

At Littleton Public Schools Stadium

MULLEN'S TOP FINISHERS

GIRLS

Team scores – 1. Pine Creek, 52.5; 2. Mullen 49.

100 meters – 16. Paige Lousberg, 13.36 seconds.

200 – 20. Lydia Gammon, 27.77.

400 – 24. Julia Brown, 1:05.99.

800 – 20. Kira Van Der Steen, 2:31.35.

1,600 – 17. Amy O’Connell, 5:30.80.

3,200 – 9. Amy O’Connell, 11:34.34.

100 hurdles – 1. Kilah Freelon, 14.84.

300 hurdles – 1. Kilah Freelon, 43.90.

400 relay – 1. 48.97.

800 sprint-medley relay – 8. 1:54.87.

1,600 relay – 12. 4:42.98.

3,200 relay – 18. 12:04.83.

Long jump – 1. Agur Dwol, 19 feet, 11.25 inches.

Triple jump – 1. Agur Dwol, 41-10.

Pole vault – 14. Ammory McDowell, 8-0.
 
BOYS

Team scores – 1. Durango 52; Mullen no score.
 
100 – 29. Kyle Krebs, 11.65.

200 – 82. Juan Bertaud, 25.26.

400 – 21. Micah Kress, 53.76.

800 – 57. Owen McCarter, 2:13.93.

1,600 – 30. Jacob Sushinsky, 4:45.92.

3,200 – 13. Jacob Sushinsky, 9:58.83.

400 relay – 20. 45.18.

800 relay – 22. 1:36.39.

3,200 relay – 20. 9:49.76.

Long jump – 15. Kyle Krebs, 20-5.25.

Triple jump – 34. Jackson Alexander, 37-2.

Pole vault – 12. Luke DeNezza, 10-0.

Shot put – 84. Carson Duke, 26-9.
  
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