Northridge Prep high jumper Forest Moses has qualified for the 2014 US Track and Field national finals:
His jump of 1.95m at the Junior Olympic Region 7 finals, July 17-20, in Huntington, Indiana, placed him in the top five, qualifying him for the national finals in Humble, Texas, July 21-28.
This is a repeat performance for the 17-year-old, as he placed 20th at the 2013 USTAF National Chamionship.
Earlier this summer, Forest was awarded the ISL Conference athlete of the year 2014 after qualifying for IHSA state finals in both high jump and 110-high hurdles.
Forest competes in the 17-18-year-old division and will be a senior at Northridge Prep in Niles.
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