Hacker lands in eighth in 4A long jump

By Zach Duncan | Published Friday, May 11, 2018
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Decatur’s Isaac Hacker ended his high school athletic career Friday with

Isaac Hacker of Decatur takes the leap during the 4A boys long jump Friday afternoon at the UIL Track and Field State Championships being held at the University of Texas Mike Myers Stadium.

an eight-place finish in the Class 4A long jump at the UIL track and field championships.
Hacker’s best jump was a 21-9.25 that occurred on his first attempt. The senior, who surpassed 23 feet at regionals, had his next-best jumps come on his final two tries – a 21-7.25 and a 21-6.
Houston North Forest sophomore Demond Demas won with a 23-8.5 on his final attempt, moving from seventh into first. Sealy’s Tyrek McNeese came in second (23-0 .25) while Bullard’s Will McCowin took third (23-0.75).

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