By Mike Cane Herald Writer PASCO -- Nathan Simunds knows he has more in him. He'll have to prove it somewhere else. Simunds matched his personal record and then nearly went 3 inches higher before settling for second place in the Class 4A boys pole vault competition Friday during the 3A/4A state track and field championships at Edgar Brown Memorial Stadium. Simunds, a Stanwood High School senior, matched his school record by clearing 15 feet. In his first attempt at 15-3 Simunds had plenty of height but knocked the bar off on his way down. He eventually placed second behind Inglemoor's Ian Quinn, the only competitor who vaulted 15-3.
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