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Colt Relay Teams Hope To Make Finals

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 6/3/2014

The Clear Fork girls track team qualified for Division II state competition in two events. The 4x200 and 4x100 meter relays. The Colts won the 4x200 Division II regional at 1:44.1 and finished second to Galion in the 4x100 meter relay in a time of 49.6 to the Tigers 49.2.

Both relay teams are made up of pretty much the same crew with the exception of one person. The CF 4x200 is Deijah Swihart, Brittney Hart, Sam Basham and Jordyne Helinski. The only change in the 4x100 is the second leg run by Elizabeth Staab in place of Brittney Hart. The team alternate is Madelin McDonald.

The Colts will look to qualify to Saturday's finals on Friday afternoon running the 4x200 at 2:30pm, then the 4x100 twenty minutes later at 2:50pm. The girls Division II finals in both races will be run Saturday at 1:15pm in the 4x200 and 1:50pm in the 4x100.

   
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