It is a non-standard event, and most High School kids can't prepare for a deca until after the season. Brigham's mark however, is the mark every High School decathlete considers the record. It has stood forever it seems, with rare challenges. And Kilmartin is no cinch to get it. He did 7,100+ last year with international implements, and 7,400+ with junior implements. Senior implements generally subtract 250-300 points from the score (depending on what type of hurdles were run). The key to Kilmartin getting the record is not his prodigious Jumps, but what he can do with the heavier implements.