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Area Track and Field: WDC with a good showing in Bemidji

Area Track and Field from April 5

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BEMIDJI — Wadena-Deer Creek’s Brady Domier won the boys pole vault in 14-0 which broke the school record and finished third in the 60-meter hurdles in 9.45 to help the Wolverine boys finish second Tuesday, April 5, at Bemidji State University.

The Wolverines boys 4x200 relay also won.

WDC’s Amber Collins won the girls 800 run in 2:33.20 and teammate Isabelle Larson won the girls pole vault in 9-0. The Wolverine girls finished in third place.

WDC’s Lyrik Haug won the boys high jump in 6-02.

The Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale boys fourth led by Zach Baumgartner’s win in the triple jump in 39-10.

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Pine River-Backus girls were led by Alaura Dahl who finished second in the long jump in 15-09.25.

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