Photos from Day 2 of the Class AA meet - cold and rainy so mostly pics on the medal stand.
After going neck-and-neck in the Class A 300-meter hurdles Saturday at the state high school track and field meet, St. Croix Lutheran's Jon Tollefson and Minnehaha Academy's Samuel Lundquist stood side by side next to the track, drinking water. (via TwinCities.com)
ST. PAUL — Kasson-Mantorville junior Taylor Wiebke is all smiles after winning the Class AA state high jump title Friday at Hamline University. (via PostBulletin.com)
Cretin-Derham Hall sophomore Brieasha Hunter was poised to assume the role of fastest girl in the state Saturday at the Minnesota Class 2A high school track and field meet at Hamline University. (via TwinCities.com)
ST. PAUL — Sometimes even your best isn’t quite good enough to put you on the top of the victory stand, but it’s important to maintain a proper perspective. The Luverne High School girls 4x800-meter relay team had that lesson firmly learned Saturday at the Minnesota state Class A meet. (via Daily Globe)
Eli Krahn 1,600 (via stillwatergazette.com)
ST. PAUL — Taylor Wiebke cleared 5-9 to win the Class AA state title Friday. (via PostBulletin.com)
ST. PAUL, MINN. — Jaustin Culbert of Chisholm captured the state championship in the high jump by clearing 6-feet, 8-inches. (via Hibbing Daily Tribune)
ST. PAUL – Coming into Friday’s Minnesota Class 1A state track and field meet, none of the 34 medals in swimming, cross country and track that Perham’s Keeghan Hurley owned said anything about being a state champion in track. He had a second-place medal and a third-place medal and had taken those... (via INFORUM)
ST. PAUL The plan, at least in their minds, is to take first and second in the 300-meter low hurdles Saturday, then get ready to go to Australia. (via www.sctimes.com)
ST. PAUL Nick Golebiowski knew he needed to run a championship style race, much like he hopes to be doing the next four years in college. (via www.sctimes.com)
Tess Misgen won her heat at the Class 2A state track meet on Friday morning (via Shakopee Valley News)
Rosemount senior Payton Otterdahl still recalls the first time he picked up a shot six years ago. "I didn't think anything of it," he said. "I was in sixth grade and didn't know what I was doing." (via TwinCities.com)
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