Even when Caleb Hamp-Sill mounted the winner’s platform after capturing his second state title, the Two Harbors senior barely was taller than runner-up C.J. Jackson flat-footed.
But the 5-foot-6 Two Harbors senior showed other factors such as heart and determination mattered more by winning the Class A boys long jump Saturday at the Minnesota track and field state meet at Hamline University. Hamp-Sill’s leap of 21 feet, 10¼ inches was more than half a foot better than Jackson of Thief River Falls and gave him a golden double after winning the triple jump Friday night.
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