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State meets feature record-setters Hayden Bills, Jordyn Borsch and Juriad Hughes Jr.

By DAVID LA VAQUE, Star Tribune , 06/07/23, 8:15AM CDT

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Each broke an all-time mark this season, Bills in the shot put, Borsch in the 400, Hughes in the long jump. (Star Tribune photos)


Maple Grove’s Jordyn Borsch, shown winning the 400 at least year’s state meet, and Hayden Bills, steeling himself at the Hamline Elite Meet, are two of the three athletes who broke all-time state records this season.

The state meets begin Thursday at St. Michael-Albertville High School. 

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