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Long jump title highlights Schwartzman's impressive senior season

12:06 AM, Jul. 1, 2013
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Tyler Schwartzman nearly quit competing in the long jump two years ago as a sophomore out of frustration at his performances in the event.

"I hit a low point and was jumping like 14 feet, and I just told my coach that I didn't want to do it anymore," the Tri-County senior said. "But he wasn't go to let me quit, and I'm glad he didn't."

Schwartzman continued working at the event, and results followed. He finished third among Division 3 competitors in the WIAA state track meet as a junior, and this year he capped his career with a state championship with a leap of 20 feet, 11.75 inches. ...

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