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Ealey takes bronze in shot put at Pan Am Junior Games
Former Los Alamos Hilltopper track and field standout Chase Ealey earned a third-place medal at the Pan American Junior Championships.
Ealey, who now competes for the Oklahoma State University women’s track and field team and will be a sophomore for the Cowboys this season, picked up her medal in the shot put. Her best throw at the competition, held in Medellin, Columbia, in late August, was 48 feet, 9-3/4 inches (14.88 meters).
“This was a great finish to a long year of competition for Chase,” OSU throws coach John Baumann said. “She accomplished a lot this year and this finish makes for great momentum going forward.”
Ealey’s throw was about half a meter shorter than Stamatia Scarvellis, another Team USA member and the women’s shot put gold medalist.
Ealey’s career best throw in college, 52-6 1/2, was recorded at the 2013 Big 12 Outdoor Championships.
At Los Alamos, Ealey was a two-time Class 4A shot put champ, as well as a four-time 100 meter champion.
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