Maggie Vaults Over the Moon


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Maggie Inspires Costumed Competitors at Heights on Halloween Vault

Front row, from left: Wyatt Fuehrer, David Laperle, Vytas Kriavinuas, Zack Czerwick, Rhyan Anders, Conner Mcgovern, Kyle Mackey, Allison Ward, Cyrena Sharp, Erika Pyle. Back row: Kim Jackson, Sandra Brown, Dallas Miller, Amber Blackmore, Sam Wagner, Brianna Blackmore, Jordan Cullison, Abby Clark. Standing, from left: Coaches Joe Heron and Derek Cullison.

Heights on Halloween vaulters: (Front row, from left:) Wyatt Fuehrer, David Laperle, Vytas Kriavinuas, Zack Czerwick, Rhyan Anders, Conner McGovern, Kyle Mackey, Allison Ward, Cyrena Sharp, and Erika Pyle. (Back row:) Kim Jackson, Sandra Brown, Dallas Miller, Amber Blackmore, Sam Wagner, Brianna Blackmore, Jordan Cullison, and Abby Clark. (Standing, from left:) Coaches Joe Heron and Derek Cullison.

A happy hoard of costumed athletes — including one tiny little dude dressed as Batman — ran down a pumpkin-lined runway and sailed over spider-infested crossbars on Sunday, Oct. 13th, at the mega-awesome Heights on Halloween vault.

The event, co-sponsored by DC Athletics and Elite Pole Vault, was held in Danville, Indiana, about 30 minutes west of Indianapolis.

Logo2After a week’s delay due to poor weather, twenty-two vaulters ranging from tiny-tot to master’s made the best of a beautiful autumn day in Indiana.

It was an unforgettable experience for storybook heroine Maggie Steele, who’d never visited the Hoosier State or experienced a Halloween vault before. The inspirational novel Maggie Vaults Over the Moon was presented to several top finishers at the event.

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Holy Halloween, Batman! Coach Cullison’s nephew Rayden White, equipped with a special bat pole, attempts a huge vault.

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After soaring, Rayden remembers to wave to the crowd, just like Maggie!

Maggie was a huge inspiration to our vaulters during this years spook-tacular event,” said DC Athletics Coach Derek Cullison. Continue reading