Indiana’s Kya Crooke, Addy Wiley win national high school track titles πŸ’₯πŸ‘©πŸ‘©πŸ’₯

Three Indiana girls — Kya Crooke, Addy Wiley and Hadley Lucas — won national titles in high school track and field Sunday.

It was a busy weekend in the sport, featuring meets sponsored by Nike (Eugene, Oregon), New Balance (Philadelphia) and adidas (Greensboro, North Carolina).

Crooke, a Heritage Christian freshman, cleared 5 feet, 10 ΒΎ inches on her final attempt to win the high jump at Greensboro. That height would have won at the two other nationals, as well.

Crooke, second at the state meet, was just off the 39-year-old Indiana freshman record held by Norwell’s Angie Bradburn. Crooke’s previous best was 5-10. She became No. 9 on the all-time state list.

Huntington North's Addy Wiley comes in the Flashes Showcase Miracle Mile, Friday, April 15, 2022, at Franklin Central High School in Indianapolis.

Wiley, a five-time state champion from Huntington North, won the 800 meters in 2:04.64 at Eugene. She ran evenly paced laps of 61.32 and 63.32. She, too, would have won at the two other national meets.

She was just off the state record of 2:04.40 she set last year at Seattle.

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Indiana’s Kya Crooke, Addy Wiley win national high school track titles

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