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Area Track and Field: Pillager girls win Park Region

PILLAGER--Pillager's Julia Johnson paced the Huskies girls to a first-place finish with four individual wins at the Park Region Conference meet Thursday.

PILLAGER-Pillager's Julia Johnson paced the Huskies girls to a first-place finish with four individual wins at the Park Region Conference meet Thursday.

Johnson won the 100-meter hurdles, high jump, pole vault and long jump. Bethany Gielow won the 400 dash and triple jump.

Wadena-Deer Creek's Ellie Miron won the 200 dash, shot put and discus. Her teammate Mikaela Malone was a winner in the 100 dash.

The Pine River-Backus relay team won the 4x100 and Sidney Lodge finished first in the 3200 run.

Konnor Stueve and Josh Daigneault each won two events to lead Wadena-Deer Creek to a second place team finish behind Ottertail-Central.

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Stueve captured the 100 and 200 dashes and Daigneault claimed the 400 dash and 800 run.

Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale's Samuel Moore won the shot put and discus and teammate Taylor Willis won the 300 meter hurdles.

Little Falls competes

ALBANY-Nick Maslowski swept the throwing events to lead the Little Falls Flyers boys to sixth place in Tuesday's Granite Ridge Conference championship.

Mitchell Schirmers won the 110-meter hurdles in 16.31 and Tyler Moore captured the 3200 in 9:58.58, more than a minute faster than the second-place finisher. Maslowski threw the discus a first-place distance of 143-feet-10. His shot put traveled 49-6.75.

The Little Falls girls finished third. Sophia Sowada jumped 5-1 to win the high jump. Amari Riley won the shot put with a heave of 35-7.75. She was second in the discus.

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