That long jump is the longest US HS mark in nearly a decade. From Dyestat:
Matthew Boling of Houston's Strake Jesuit continued his incredible month with a big wind-legal jump of 26 feet, 3.50 inches (8.01m) on Friday at the 92nd Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays.
Boling, who also advanced to the finals of the 100 meters and owns the US#1 with 10.22, produced the big jump on his second attempt. It is the farthest boys long jump mark in nine years, since Marquise Goodwin broke the national record with 26-10. It also moves him to No. 7 all-time.
He jumped 25-7.50 (+2.4 wind) on his first attempt. The second attempt had a +1.8 wind reading. He passed his final four attempts.