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Bienz qualifies for state High Jump

May 29, 2014

HIGHER THAN THE REST— Bellmont’s Cam Bienz was the lone Adams County representative at Wayne’s regional track meet to advance to the state finals with a second place finish in the High Jump where he managed a 6’4.75” leap. (Photo by Paul Yoder)

    FORT WAYNE— Cameron Bienz will be the only Adams County boys track star to represent at Indiana University next week after placing second in the High Jump at Wayne High School on Thursday night.
    Bishop Dwenger took top team points honors netting a total of 59.50, while Carroll managed 54 for second place. After that it was Lakeland with 46, Homestead and Marion tied with 39, and Northrop with 32.
    The top team in Adams County was Bellmont in 26th out of 38 teams who scored points as they mustered eight points, all from Bienz' performance with a 6'4.75" best leap in the High Jump. South Adams finished with six points in 27th and Adams Central's entrants did not score.
    Marion's Jordan Feuerstein also managed that height but won the tie-breaker. Wayne's Tyrese Easton was third with the same height as well as the trio managed the exact height for the state standard.

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