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Maple Grove's Jordyn Borsch, the Metro Girls Track and Field Athlete of the Year

By DAVID LA VAQUE, Star Tribune, 06/22/23, 5:30PM CDT


Borsch didn't lose a sprint all season, landing three Class 3A championships and one state record.


Maple Grove senior Jordyn Borsch is the Star Tribune Metro Girls Track and Field Athlete of the Year.

Competing with a mix of confidence in her ability and just enough nervousness to keep her hungry, Borsch did not lose in any of her three sprints all spring.

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