Seward High School All-Time Record List

All-Time Boys:

Rank Name                             
Height     
Year    
Awards
1 Chase Berry 15'02" 2017 State Champion, 2 Time State Medalist
2 Nick Bogenreif 15'01" 2008 State Champion, 3 Time State Medalist
3 Jim Soukup 14'07" 1997 State Champion, 3 Time State Qualifier
4 Jeremy Coffey 14'06" 1993 State Champion, 2 Time State Qualifier 
5 Logan Craig 14'04" 2016  State Medalist 
6t  Kalvin Lankford  14'02"  2014  State Medalist, 2 Time State Qualifier 
6t Brian Sanley 14'02" 1999 State Champion, 2 Time State Qualifier 
8 Ray Baumbach 14'01" 1993 2 Time State Qualifier 
9t Bryan Soukup 14'00" 1995 2 Time State Qualifier 
9t Travis Soukup 14'00" 1991 State Champion, 2 Time State Qualifier 
11t Dalton Berry 13'10" 2017 State Medalist 
11t Travis Wagenkneght
13'10" 2003 State Qualifier
13
M. Jenson 13'09" 1987 State Qualifier 
14 Shane Thorell 13'07" 1980 State Qualifier 
15t Caleb Meyer 13'06" 2005  
15t D. Vobicka 13'06" 1992 State Qualifier 

Relay Record Boys:

 
# Name Height Year  
1 Ray Baumbach 36'6 1992  

Jeremy Coffey

 

D Vobicka

 

 

All-Time Girls:

Rank Name                             
Height     
Year    
Awards 
1 Sarah Bollwitt 11'08" 2001 State Champion, 3 Time State Medalist
Anna Baack  11'00"  2016  State Medalist, 2 Time State Qualifier 
3 Selena Sermeno
10'07"  2012  2 Time State Medalist 
4 Jackie Brooks 10'06" 2006 State Medalist
5 Keri Volnek 10'00" 2008 State Medalist 
6 Amanda Fosler 9'08" 2005 State Qualifier 
7t Krystin Oborney
9'06" 2016   
7t Shelby Yelden 9'06" 2010
9t Allison Brooks 9'00" 2015  
9t Jamie Fritz 9'00" 2003  
11 Shelby Todd  8'07"  2016  
12t Laural Wagner 
8'06" 2009  
12t Emily Cady 8'06" 2008  
12t Sara Potter 8'06" 2002  
15 Anna Sommerer 8'05" 2017  

Relay Record Girls:

 
# Name Height Year  
1 Amanda Fosler 26'00" 2005  

Jackie Brooks

 

Keri Volnek

 

Seward High School

Seward High School, home of the Blue Jays, has carried a strong tradition of pole vaulting. Jason Berry took over coaching the vault in 2001-2002 and has helped continue to grow that event.

 

Seward, Nebraska is located geographically almost right in the middle of the continental United States. Only 25 miles west of the state capitol, Lincoln. The town of approximately 7,000 people support a high school of about 500 students and is classified as a Class B school athletically.