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Kitchen wins pole vault at NTL Championships.

By: Chris Manning | | May 14, 2022 | Photo courtesy Chris Manning

Kitchen wins pole vault at NTL Championships.

Canton's Kendall Kitchen was her team's lone individual champion of the NTL Track and Field Championships.

The freshman won the pole vault at 9-feet, while also teaming with the 4x400 relay - along with Laci Niemczyk, Kali Wesneski, and Camille McRoberts - to win in 4:25.83.

McRoberts (2:29.45) was third in the 800, and fourth in the 1600 in 5:43.69. Wesneski (2:42.96) came in eighth in the 800, with the 4x100 relay team finishing seventh in 59.19.

As a team Canton was eighth with 39 points.

On the boys' side Isaiah Niemczyk had a strong day, as he got PRs in three of his four events. He was fourth in the long jump at 19-feet, 8-inches, third in the 400 in 54.27, fifth in the triple jump at 40-feet, 2-inches, and seventh in the 200 in 24.49.

Kyle Kapichok (133-feet, 6-inches) was second in the discus, and eighth in the javelin at 127-feet, 7-inches.

Caiden Williams took fourth in the shot put at 42-feet, was sixth in the discus at 115-feet, and finished seventh in the long jump in 19-feet, 6 1/2-inches.

Williamson Colton (40-feet, 2 1/2-inches) was fifth in the shot put to score some points for the Warriors.

Canton ended up ninth with 42 points.

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