After a pair of disappointments, Lynnville-Sully’s Jaron Van Maanen closed out the boys state track meet with a title and a record. Van Maanen opened the meet by false-starting in the 110-hurdles and finishing second in the long jump, events he won last year, but Van Maanen came back to win the high jump with a leap of six feet 10 inches. Van Maanen says it feels really good to get a record he’s been trying to get for three years. “Ive been shooting for that since I was a freshman…It kind of evaded me last year and the year before,” he said. Van Maanen says it’s a nice way to end his high school career. “This is my baby. This is the one that matters to me.”