Will Stupalsky has been scoring in a pack of events for awhile now, but he took it to another level Saturday in the 2019 Prep League Indoor Track Championships.
Stupalsky won both the pole vault and triple jump, took third in the high jump and fifth in both the 55-meter hurdles and long jump while giving Fork Union’s indoor track a huge boost en route to a runner-up finish behind Prep League champion St. Christophers. Woodberry took fourth as a team in the meet.
Stupalsky cleared 13-06 in the pole vault and jumped 46-04 in the triple jump, just an inch off the meet record set by Brandon Caleb, who went on to play football for Oklahoma.
Daniel Reynolds also had a strong day for the Blue Devils, winning the 300-meters and the runner-up spot in the 55-meter dash. Harrison Duncan was the runner-up in the 55-meter hurdles, third in the triple jump and sixth in the long jump.
Ryan Hunt took fourth in the high jump and triple jump while grabbing seventh in the 55-meter hurdles while William Lot was seventh in the 300 and 500. Joshua Julien took third in 500 meters, Blaine Marrs took fourth in the 3200, Michael Tidwell took fifth in the 1600, Dominick Walton took fifth in the pole vault, Nick Lampro took fifth in the shot put, Jackson Lloyd took sixth in the 1000 and Jett Montes took seventh in the 3200.
In the relays, Fork Union finished third in the 4×200 and third in the 4×400.
Woodberry Forest finished fourth as a team thanks in part to Henry Singelton’s individual title in the 1600 and his fifth in the 1000. The Tigers also took second in the 4×400. Malik Holley finished third in the 55-meter dash and third in the 300.
George Pettegrew was the runner-up in the 300 while Mathieu Masse-Pelletier took third in the shot put. River Robinson took fifth in the 500, Myles Heiskell took sixth in the 1600, Emmett Aydin took sixth in the shot put, Carter Krusz took seventh in the shot put and Jaxon Hill took eighth in the 55-meters.
Both Woodberry and Fork Union will compete in the VISAA Indoor Track Championships February 16.