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Track and field battles bad weather in Juneau

 


Thirteen track and field athletes competed at a Thunder Mountain High School meet in Juneau last weekend, and a couple accomplished new personal and school records despite bad weather.

“It was miserable,” says head coach Brad Taylor. “It was rainy, windy, yeah, it was not very nice.”

Taylor says the team took a small crew to the meet because the majority of the athletes stayed home for AP and SAT exams. The girls still managed to take fourth place and the boys tied for sixth place with Thorne Bay High School.

The girls would have been in the running for third place, but Izabelle I...



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