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A Strong End to Bryant’s Pole Vaulting Career

Savannah Wandzel


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Isaiah Bryant is a senior pole vaulter at Francis Howell North high school. Bryant has been pole vaulting since his freshman year at North. His personal record is a height of 13 feet. Since the filming, Bryant made the decision to quit the team, as it has no contribution to his future. His school of choice, Mizzou, has no pole vault program.

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