Max Maher
By Kat Ladwig Three-time state entrant pole vaulter Max Maher wrapped up his high school career with a third-place finish in the state track and field meet a few weeks ago, and he is continuing to excel in the event this summer. The 17-year-old qualified for the regional Junior Olympic Track and Fie...Read More
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Both Rush City track and field representatives, senior Max Maher and freshman Demario Peterkin, earned medals and a place on the podium at the State Track and Field Championships last week at Hamline University. Taking third in the pole vault, Maher cleared the bar at 14 feet, while a new Class A re...Read More
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Demario Peterkin and Max Maher had record breaking performances at last week’s Tigerama meet where the Rush City boys track team took first place. Peterkin broke not only the Tigerama record but also the Rush City school record in the 100m dash by taking first place with a time of 10.97. Maher cro...Read More
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By Victoria Dahlin Rush City athletes Max Maher and Kayla Nelson both took third place at the State High School Track and Field Championships last week at Hamline University. Junior pole vaulter Maher made a jump of 13’9”, which in another year would have been enough to earn the Championship, bu...Read More
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By Victoria Dahlin— Rush City track team members Max Maher and freshman Kayla Nelson qualified for the State Track and Field Championships May 30 at the Section 5A Championship at St. John’s University. Maher, a junior, made a jump of 12’ 6” in the pole vault to earn Section Champion, while ...Read More
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