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Area Track and Field: Pillager boys rack up another win


ONAMIA — Wesley DeLong’s three individual firsts helped the Pillager boys to first in Tuesday’s Onamia Invite.

The Huskies also claimed three of the four relays with the 4x800 relay going to the Crosby-Ironton boys, which finished second as a team.

Cory Vanhal captured the 100 dash and the pole vault and Adam Bandemer swept the hurdles for the Huskies

Aitkin’s Emily Lundgren swept all three dashes helping the Gobblers to fourth.

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