In other field events for classes 4A-6A Friday:
* Shawnee Heights' Michael Hoffer got the Cessna Stadium crowd on its collective feet when he cleared 6-10 to win the class 5A boys' high jump. Hoffer, who has cleared 7-0.25 this season, made three attempts at 7-2.25 (a quarter inch over the class 5A state record), but couldn't quite get over the bar.
* Hoffer added a second state title about two hours later when he won the class 5A boys triple jump with a leap of 46-9.25. Hoffer entered this year's state meet with class 5A's top marks in the high jump, triple jump and long jump -- which takes place on Saturday. Jack Ebright of Bishop Carroll placed second at 44-4, and Dawson Morstorf of Seaman was third with a jump of 44-3.75.
* Federico Harvey of Campus flew 46-6.75 to win the class 6A triple jump. Chanler Taylor of Shawnee Mission Northwest was second (45-9) and Malik Bauer of Blue Valley North was third (45-2.5).
* Samuel Macklin of Shawnee Mission South won the class 6A long jump with a mark of 22-9.25. Campus' Federico Harvey (21-9) and Cameron Harvey (21-6.5) placed second and third, respectively.
* Nicholas Orr of Blue Valley North won the class 6A boys discus with a throw of 166-1, edging Hunter Degarmo of Hutchinson, who tossed the discus 164-11. Manhattan's James Higgs finished third at 161-0.
* The class 5A girls high jump was a nailbiter. Emma Wondra of Kapaun Mt. Carmel cleared 5-4 on her second attempt to win the state title, and beat out seven others who had cleared 5-2. Olivia Young of Emporia and Paris Bond of St. Thomas Aquinas were awarded second place based on fewer misses.
* Jackson Durst of Shawnee Mission West won the class 6A boys high jump, clearing 6-8 on his final attempt. Dayton Williams of Gardner-Edgerton was second at 6-6, missing three times at 6-8. Marcus Davis of Olathe North was third at 6-4.
* Bishop Carroll pole vaulters Ethan Hull and Augustine McCormick posted a 1-2 finish, putting their team into a lead that they're not likely to surrender the rest of the weekend. Hull won the event with a mark of 15-1 while McCormick was second at 13-6. Braxton Schooler of Great Bend was third at 13-0.
* The 5A girls pole vault crown went to another Bishop Carroll vaulter -- Taylor Linn, who cleared 10-6 and won on fewer misses over Ryleigh Jackson of Goddard Eisenhower. Victoria Maxton and Georgia Bell of Salina South tied for third with a vault of 10-0.
* The class 6A girls pole vault went to pre-meet favorite Abigail Kelly-Salo of Shawnee Mission Northwest, who cleared 12-0 for the win. Kelly-Salo has previously cleared 13-3 for the No. 12 mark in the United States this year. Josie Hickerson of Lawrence and Kendra Wait of Gardner-Edgerton were second and third, respectively, both clearing 11-6.
* Jacob Schmitz of Kapaun Mt. Carmel won the state title in the class 5A boys discus with a throw of 165-9. Myles Livingston of Emporia was second at 159-4 and Mitchell Miller of Seaman was third at 159-2.
* Faith Turner of Pittsburg put her team into the early lead with a win in the class 5A girls long jump. Turner, who placed third in this event last year, won with a jump of 17-4.75. Maggie Remsberg of Newton was second at 17-4, and Shelby Butterfeld of Shawnee Heights was third at 16-10.25. Remsberg had a busy morning as she qualified for the finals of the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles, and ran a leg on Newton's 4 X 100 meter relay that also qualified for the finals.
* Travis Morrison of Shawnee Mission Northwest scored a big win for his team, tossing the shot put 54-4.5 for the class 6A state title. Joshua Carter of Wichita Northwest was second at 52-5.75 and Tucker Richey of Topeka was third at 51-11.25.
* The class 5A girls shot put went about as expected as top-seeded Markita Swanagan of Leavenworth won the state title with a throw of 40-8. Goddard sophomore Kade Hackerott was the runner-up with a mark of 39-7.25 and Emily Fuhr of DeSoto was third at 38-6.5.
* Libby Schurle of Valley Center won the state title in the class 5A girls javelin with a toss of 137-6. Briana Lowe of Blue Valley Southwest was second at 130-2, and Adelle Warford of Mill Valley placed third at 127-1.
* Maddie Rivers of Spring Hill won the state title in the class 4A girls high jump in a tightly contested match that had four jumpers clear 5-4. Rivers and Wichita-Trinity's Megan Elliott both cleared 5-4 on their second jump, and were clean on all jumps before that. But Rivers won the title because Elliott had passed earlier at 4-8 while Rivers had cleared that height on her first jump. It's a season- and career-best for Rivers. Jessica Williams of Concordia placed third in the competition.
* The class 4A girls title in the discus went to Alyssa Garza of Jefferson West, who won by more than 11 feet with her throw of 134-2. Jacy Anderson of Andale was second at 124-11, and Halie Brown of Arkansas City was third at 123-0.
* Abbee Rhodes of Augusta claimed the state title in the class 4A girls shot put with a throw of 42-6.75. She beat the pre-meet favorite, Katy Commons of Andale, who was second at 39-5, and Camy Williams of Spring Hill (37-6.25).