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By Candie Fix
Managing Editor 

Haxtun tracksters take top honors at State despite weather delays

 

(Courtesy photo from Alicia Schram)

HAXTUN RUNNER Kyle Fryrear hands the baton to Isaac Andersen in the four-by-200 meter relay at the Colorado State Track Meet. The relay team finished in fourth place with a time of 1:35.00.

Three days of State Track turned into a whirlwind of action and emotions thanks to mother nature. Temperatures in the Denver area reached the high 80s on Thursday but Friday was much, much different as snow began to fall causing delays in the Colorado State Track Meet schedule.

Snow and cold weather completely cancelled Friday's action, pushing State Track into Saturday and Sunday, forcing many Haxtun seniors to decide between graduation and relays and other individual events in Lakewood at Jeffco Stadium.

Several seniors competed in events that didn't interfere with graduation on Sun...



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