Jordan Stoddard of Southeast Shines at Cheyenne Track Meet
One of the state's finest all-around athletes is Jordan Stoddard from Southeast. Even though her knee has been bothering her, she still won the high jump at the Okie Blanchard meet in Cheyenne on Friday, clearing 5-4. She took 2nd in the long jump with a leap of 18 feet 6 and a half inches and placed 2nd in the 200-meter dash in 26.25. Stoddard currently has the best mark in the state in the high jump at 5-6
She is the currently 1A state champion and 1A state record holder in the outdoor long-jump going 19 feet 4 and quarter inches. Stoddard is also the defending 1A state champion in the outdoor high jump at 5-4. In addition to those two events, Stoddard placed 2nd at the 1A State Outdoor Meet in the 100 and the 200. If that's not enough, she is a two-time all-state volleyball selection.
We had a chance to talk with Stoddard after her 200-meter race in Cheyenne. She knows there's a long season to go.