Holly Springs' Lamar Nobles easily clears 6' 0" in the high jump on his way to winning the event with a jump of 6' 6" during the SWAC conference championship at Athens Drive on Thursday, May 1, 2014. Nobles also won the triple jump, the long jump and anchored Holly Springs' winning 800m relay team, and was named field MVP.
Holly Springs' Lamar Nobles easily clears 6' 0" in the high jump on his way to winning the event with a jump of 6' 6" during the SWAC conference championship at Athens Drive on Thursday, May 1, 2014. Nobles also won the triple jump, the long jump and anchored Holly Springs' winning 800m relay team, and was named field MVP. RAY BLACK III
Holly Springs' Lamar Nobles easily clears 6' 0" in the high jump on his way to winning the event with a jump of 6' 6" during the SWAC conference championship at Athens Drive on Thursday, May 1, 2014. Nobles also won the triple jump, the long jump and anchored Holly Springs' winning 800m relay team, and was named field MVP. RAY BLACK III

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