See all the Muskegon-area boys track and field All-State athletes for the 2022 season

Follow Josh VanDyke on TwitterMona Shores senior Demitri Roberson won the boys long jump with a distance of 23 feet and 6.75 inches during the MHSAA division 1 track and field finals at Rockford High School in Rockford, Michigan on Saturday June 4, 2022. (Joel Bissell | MLive.com)Joel Bissell | MLive.comMUSKEGON – The Michigan high school boys track and field season came to an emphatic conclusion over the weekend as hundreds of athletes competed at the same venue in hopes of capturing individual and team glory. The Muskegon area had a wide range of athletes who put together incredible performances in their respective events, including individual state champions and school-record breakers. Below is a look at all the Muskegon-area boys track and field athletes that finished Top 8 in their respective events and took home All-State honors for their performances. DIVISION 11,600 METERSSeth Norder, Grand Haven (4:07.99; 2nd place)Klay Grant, Reeths-Puffer (4:11.10; 5th place)3,200 METERSNolan Clark, Grand Haven (9:08.74; 4th place)DISCUSAshton Lepo, Grand Haven (159-00; 2nd place)LONG JUMPDemitri Roberson, Mona Shores (23-06.75; State Champion)---DIVISION 2200 METERSCody Nash, Fruitport (22.98; 7th place)400 METERSTrannon Aylor, Whitehall (49.39; 2nd place)800 METERSConor Somers, Fremont (1:57.03; 2nd place)Carter Phillips, Spring Lake (1:58.36; 8th place)1,600 METERSIan Hill, Spring Lake (4:16.99; State Champion)110 HURDLESJaxson Tober, Spring Lake (15.04; 2nd place)400 RELAYFRUITPORT – Sean Gieske, Cody Nash, Paschal Jolman, Camden Farrell (42.67; 2nd place)800 RELAYWHITEHALL – Nate Bolley, Lukas Palmer, Trannon Aylor, Malcolm Earvin (1:29.73; State Champions)1,600 RELAYSPRING LAKE – Jaxson Tober, Ian Hill, Tanner Guczwa, Carter Phillips (3:23.78; State Champions)WHITEHALL – Riley Buys, Malcolm Earvin, Trannon Aylor, Nate Bolley (3:25.13; 2nd place)POLE VAULTDavid Conrad, Whitehall (14-01; 4th place)---DIVISION 3800 METERSThomas Swanson, Kent City (1:59.19; 6th place)Wyatt Dean, Hart (1:59.29; 8th place)3,200 METERSClayton Ackley, Hart (9:33.50; 4th place)Samuel Martini, Kent City (9:42.86; 6th place)3,200 RELAYHART – Clayton Ackley, Seth Ackley, Noah Bosley, Wyatt Dean (8:14.29; 4th place)SHOT PUTAndrew Quinn, Mason County Central (61-01.50; State Champion)Kellen Kimes, Hart (58-08.00; 2nd place)DISCUSKellen Kimes, Hart (165-10; State Champion)HIGH JUMPQuentin Lange, Mason County Central (6-4; 3rd place)Jermiah Patterson, Mason County Central (6-03.00; 6th place)LONG JUMPJermiah Patterson, Mason County Central (21-03.50; 5th place)---DIVISION 4110 HURDLESJames Hunter, Holton (16.90; 8th place)400 RELAYMUSKEGON HEIGHTS – Omarion Mason, Anthony Floyd, Jakari Edwards, Ashton Smith (44.33; 2nd place)800 RELAYMUSKEGON HEIGHTS – Omarion Mason, Anthony Floyd, Jakari Edwards, Ashton Smith (1:32.55; 2nd place)3,200 RELAYMASON COUNTY EASTERN – Alex Tyndall, Eli Shoup, Nathan Wing, Dakota Matzen (8:33.48; 7th place)SHOT PUTJoel Bradley, White Cloud (48-00.00; 4th place)Jace Silverthorn, White Cloud (47-07.00; 5th place)DISCUSJoel Bradley, White Cloud (142-04; 5th place)HIGH JUMPBradley Richards, Fruitport Calvary (6-01.00; 5th place)---MORE MUSKEGON-AREA SPORTS COVERAGEVote for the MLive Muskegon Athlete of the Week for May 30-June 4Underdog Reeths-Puffer baseball team bites back to win second straight district titleAll-for-one approach carrying North Muskegon soccer in quest for D4 repeatMuskegon-area soccer roundup: North Muskegon, Newaygo claim district titlesMuskegon Sports Hall’s 2022 Student-Athlete Award winners displayed four years of dominanceMeah Bajt nets 11 goals in 48 hours to lift Spring Lake soccer to district crownMuskegon-area golf roundup: Evan McDermott shines as Spring Lake clinches regional titleWest Michigan All-Star track and field meet continues to serve as launching padDecorated Reeths-Puffer distance runner preparing for his final lapHow a trio of tragedies turned a Grand Haven softball player into a beacon of hopeMuskegon native Kalil Pimpleton realizes NFL dream with Detroit Lions

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