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Bode Gilkerson Raised The Bar In The Indoor High Jump

While the indoor season has pretty much wrapped up across the U.S., Indiana had one of their final indoor meets this weekend inside the Gladstein Fieldhouse. 

In the boys high jump, Bode Gilkerson of Plainfield (IN) defended his large school Hoosier State Relays Finals title with a 7-0 jump. 

Gilkerson became the only boy nationally this indoor season to clear this height. He surpassed both his indoor and outdoor personal bests, while he moved up to Indiana No. 7 all-time. 

1	Bode Gilkerson	12	Plainfield High School	7-00.00	1
2	Jordan Randall	9	Warsaw Community High School	6-07.00	1
3	Ethan Widenhoefer	11	Homestead High School	6-07.00	1
4	Tristan-Gunner Kovach	12	Richmond High School	6-06.00	1
5	Elliot Ryba	11	Greenfield Central High School	6-05.00	1
6	Aydrian Caldwell	12	Carmel High School	6-03.00	1
7	Luke Robertson	11	Crown Point High School	6-01.00	1
8	Jay Hmurovich	10	Brebeuf Jesuit Prep School	6-01.00	1
9	Caden York		Center Grove High School	6-01.00	1
10	Hogan Nichols	12	Plainfield High School	6-01.00	1

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