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Henderson's winter championships were in the 55 hurdles and high jump. In the spring, Henderson claimed first-place medals in the long jump, 100-meter dash and 100 hurdles -- all while competing with a sprained ankle. Henderson is competing collegiately for Penn State University.
See Also: Poly's Will Henderson Ends Senior Year With Five State Titles In Track
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