Peak Performance Track Club's Kenton Davis earned a national championship on Thursday at the USATF National Junior Olympics in Baltimore.
Competing in the 13-14 year old divsion of the high jump, Davis recorded a 6-0 3/4 jump to take the gold.
"When you get a national champion, that's quite an accomplishment," said Peak Performance coach Dennis Groll. "There are more than 8,000 athletes competing here."
In the same division, Christian Miller took fifth place with a jump of 5-10 3/4. For Miller, it was his third medal in the games, and he has a chance to win two more. The top eight finishers in each event earn medals.
As a whole, Peak Performance has earned five medals, more than they've ever won, according to Groll, and there are three days of competition remaining.