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Trojan Boys win Monarch Relays

Dillon Sonntag, Editor

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On Tuesday, the girls’ and boys’ track teams traveled to Denison for the Hawkeye Ten North meet. The boys took first and the girls brought home second place.

There were two records broken during the meet by the boys. The events were the Sprint Medley and the 4×800 m run. Junior Chase Mullenix anchored the 4×800 with a 1:56.9.

Senior Jaxson Eden placed first in the 1600 meter run with a time of 4:42 and Gratt Reed won the 400 hurdles, finishing in 56.78 seconds.

The next meet is Monday, April 2, in Glenwood.

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