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Jerry Leighton's performances warrant special
mention. Leighton, a senior, captured the 100 and 220
yard dashes for the third straight year. His times were
10. 2 and 23 flat seconds respectively. He won the broad
jump with a leap of 21 feet and 6 inches.
The sprint relay team, anchored by Leighton, cov-
ered the 440 yard track in 46. 4 seconds, three-tenths of
a second under the existing record of the regional. Be-
sides Leighton, the team was comprised of Robert
Cleland, George Johnston, Willie Arnold, and alternate
In the regional meet at San Marcos Leighton won the
100 yard dash to qualify himself for the state meet. He
failed to place in the broad jump after scratching sev-
eral times. He did not run the 220 yard dash. Consol-
idated's sprint team came in second to Fort Hook, and
since only a first place realy team qualifies for the
state meet, Leighton turned out to be Consolidated's
lone state track representative. Leighton was beaten
in both the 100 and 2.20 yard dash preliminaries at the
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