It was a great day at Nashville Scapper Stadium when Haze Farmer of Lake Hamilton made a 17'01" jump - setting a Coca-Cola Relay meet record (MR). It was not Farmer's best-ever showing, but the Lake Hamilton pole vaulting phenom made the jump look easy (see video below). Unfortunately for Arkansas, Farmer plans to attend the University of Georgia, but we wish him well (except against any University of Arkansas team member).

Pole vaulting has become increasingly popular in the state of Arkansas, the Coca-Cola Relays at Nashville Scrapper Stadium showcased good attendance for all events. You can find full boys and girls results below.

Of 18 events scored for the men, Magnolia came out on top overall with Prescott in second place, Texarkana in third, fourth was Lake Hamilton and fifth was Nashville.

 Men - Team Rankings - 18 Events Scored 
1) Magnolia High School 119 2) Prescott High School 87 3) Arkansas High School 79 4) Lake Hamilton High School 77 5) Nashville High School 70 6) Genoa Central High School 69 7) DeQueen High School 61 8) Idabel High School 45 9) Broken Bow High School 30 10) El Dorado High School 20 11) Ashdown High School 19 12) Nashville High School B 10 13) Gurdon HS 7

For the women, in 18 events scored, Texarkana, Arkansas came in first, followed by Magnolia in second and Broken Bow in third. Lake Hamilton was fourth and De Queen was fifth for the women.

 Women - Team Rankings - 18 Events Scored
1) Arkansas High School 114 2) Magnolia High School 89.50 3) Broken Bow High School 85 4) Lake Hamilton High School 78 5) DeQueen High School 73 6) El Dorado High School 62 7) Ashdown High School 43 8) Genoa Central High School 37 9) Idabel High School 36 10) Nashville High School 31 11) Prescott High School 30 12) Gurdon High School 13.50