Who are the best combined long and triple jumpers in Pennsylvania? By adding up season bests in both events, we can find out which athletes have risen to the top this season.
With personal best of 18-9.75 in the long jump (PA No. 2) and 38-8 in the triple jump (PA No. 1), Tia Taylor (above) of Saint Basil Academy has been the state's best combined jumper this winter. On the boys' side, Upper Dublin's Jaden Price-Whitehead (PA No. 1 in both the long and triple) leads the way.
Check out the top combined jumpers in the links below: