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TRACK AND FIELD: Jacks top 6 events at Sabre Quad meet

The Bemidji High School track team recorded a pair of last-place finishes at the Sabre Quad meet held in Sartell on Thursday, but BHS managed to snag several individual wins.

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SARTELL – The Bemidji High School track team recorded a pair of last-place finishes at the Sabre Quad meet held in Sartell on Thursday, but BHS managed to snag several individual wins.

The Lumberjacks racked up 181 points in the girls team results and 179 points on the boys side.

On the girls side, Mady Schmidt finished first in the 100-meter hurdles at 16.74. Regan DeWitt also topped the 1600-meter run in 5:26.28, while Lauren Berg won the 300 hurdles with a time of 46.35.

For the boys, Bryce Kondos, Ashton Niemi, Isaak McDonald and Will Termont topped the 4x800 relay at 8:24.24. Jacob Kelly won the 110 hurdles in 15.32, and McDonald crested the 400 meters at 53.55.

Brainerd claimed top honors on the girls side with 344.5 points, while Alexandria took the boys crown with 372.5 points.

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Bemidji is back in action at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, April 26, with an invite in Brainerd.

Boys Team Results

1-Alexandria 372.5; 2-Brainerd 359; 3-Sartell-St. Stephen 213.5; 4-Bemidji 179.

Girls Team Results

1-Brainerd 344.5; 2-Alexandria 334; 3-Sartell-St. Stephen 275.5; 4-Bemidji 181.

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