Year-Over-Year Improvements: 2016 To 2017 Deltas In The Boys' Jumps

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How much did the top jumpers in the state improve or regress since last season? We calculated the deltas from 2016 to 2017 for most of the state's male jumpers.

Many jumpers had big 2016 seasons with major improvements, like Jonathan Squadrito of LaSalle, who improved four inches in the high jump to take the upset win in AAA at the PIAA State Champs. Have a look at the top improvers in the long jump, triple jump, high jump, and pole vault:


Long Jump | Triple Jump | High Jump | Pole Vault


Note: List uses performances in the MileSplit database. To be included, athletes must have both 2016 and 2017 performances in the database. Under 'difference', regression is indicated in parentheses and progression is indicated without parentheses.


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