Indiana Runner Indoor Open Content Hub

Indiana Runner Indoor Open Content Hub

The indoor track at Taylor University was packed on Saturday with athletes, coaches, and fans all geared up for a full day of Track and Field as Indiana Runner put on their first of three indoor meets this season.

A youth meet with over 200 competitors took place in the morning before the high school meet where another 800 or so athletes competed in a flurry of events. That's right, about 1,000 athletes competed this weekend at the Indiana Runner Opener and there were many great performances through out the day.

Field event highlights include Luke Himes of Heritage Christian winning the shot put with a toss of 64'3.75" and Colin Wilson of Hamilton Heights also threw over 60 feet to place second.

Kya Crooke of Heritage Christian was a double event winner winning the 60 meter dash and high jump.

Watch a post meet interview below with Crooke after her big day.

Click below to find more interviews and race videos gathered from the meet!


Highlights from the track include a pair of 1600 meter wins from Noblesville's Caden Click and Grace Bragg of Cathedral. The 3200 meter run also saw dominant wins from Northview's Jcim Grant and Homestead's Addison Knoblauch.

On the sprints side, Noah Jakresky won a close meet in the 60 meter dash with his 7.07 from the first heat holding up against the 7.08 run by Muncie Central's Leo Boyd in the third heat. 

Chloe Senefeld was also a double winner on the day as she came away with wins in the 200 and 400 meter races. 

Check back to MileSplit Indiana for full results from the Indiana Runner Indoor Open!