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The first three finals of Indoor Heps are in the books and the winners are very familiar. Princeton senior Tory Worthen won the pole vault for the fourth straight time, Columbia senior Uju Ofoche the long jump for the third time and Harvard junior Adabelle Ekechukwu made it two in a row in the weight.

Columbia has taken the early team lead by finishing 1-3-4 in the long jump. With 22 points, the Lions lead with Princeton (19.5), Harvard (19) and Cornell (15) in close pursuit.

Pole vault
1. Tory Worthen, Princeton — 4.00m (13-1 1/2)
2. Sydnie Leroy, Harvard — 3.90m (12-9 1/2)
3. Lindsey Patterson, Cornell — 3.80m (12-5 1/2)
4. Davielle Brown, Penn — 3.80m (12-5 1/2)
5. Lauren Tauscher, Princeton — 3.70m (12-1 1/2)
5. Hannah Wallace, Brown — 3.70m (12-1 1/2)

Long jump
1. Uju Ofoche, Columbia — 6.06m (19-10 3/4)
2. Hillary Holmes, Cornell — 5.71m (18-9)
3. Nadia Eke, Columbia — 5.70m (18-8 1/2)
4. Queen Okeke, Columbia — 5.70m (18-8 1/2)
5. Mollie Gribbin, Dartmouth — 5.63m (18-5 3/4)
6. Anjelique Parnell, Cornell — 5.62m (18-5 1/4)

Weight throw
1. Adabelle Ekechukwu, Harvard — 20.83m (68-4 1/4)
2. Julia Ratcliffe, Princeton — 18.70m (61-4 1/4)
3. Lacey Craker, Brown — 18.13m (59-5 3/4)
4. Josephine Darpolar, Brown — 17.42m (57-2)
5. Nnenna Okwara, Columbia — 16.65m (54-7 1/2)
6. Taylor du Pont, Harvard — 16.57m (54-4 1/2)

By the way, I suspect Mary Boggs is going to break Twitter today. If ever I am in a rapid-fire Twitter war, she is my lottery pick to join me.

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