Coffeyville Men Finish 5th in Hobbs

Coffeyville Men Finish 5th in Hobbs

In Head Coach Craig Perry's final track meet, the team did not disappoint in Hobbs, New Mexico. "I couldn't have been more proud of how our kids competed," said Coach Perry. "I had multiple D1 scouts tell me that this is one of the most competitive track meets they have ever seen at the junior college level." There were 25 All-Americans crowned for Coffeyville's Men's Track Team and Dodley Thermitus was able to set a National NJCAA record for the furthest Long Jump in the history of Junior College with a jump of 8.24m (27 feet 1/2 inches).  Thermitus was able to score a total of 16 national points for the team. Coffeyville finished 5th overall in the final standing with a total of 62 points.

Other highlights for the meet included:

Dodley Thermitus again finished first in the Long Jump, Darius Clark finished 4th, and James Brown finished 6th. These marks in the Long Jump accounted for 18 national points out of the teams 62.

The 4x100 team ran by Trent Harris, Tyrone Thorton, James Brown, and Don'Drea Swint set an all-time record for Coffeyville running 39.69 seconds.

Miles Marhofer finished 3rd in the Hammer throw with a toss of 59.99m.

Mustafa Fall also had a great showing in Hobbs, picking up two All-American honors finishing 4th in the Shot Put (16.89m) and 5th in the Discus Throw (53.89m)

Chris Banks finished 6th in the High Jump with a mark of 2.03m.