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Nevis' Jade Rypkema completes Class 1A sweep of two longest races

By DAVID LA VAQUE, Star Tribune , 06/09/23, 8:30PM CDT

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Rypkema won the 3,200 for the third consecutive year, matching Bria Wetsch in 2004-06.


Nevis’ Jade Rypkema (left) and Hutchinson’s Isabelle Schmitz, shown in previous races, are distance runners making marks at the state meet. (Star Tribune)

Intriguing matchups are ahead in the Class 2A finals Saturday.

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