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Track and field 2024: Six athletes likely to jump farthest and finish fastest

By DAVID LA VAQUE, Star Tribune , 04/17/24, 9:45AM CDT

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Meet three girls and three boys, most with state titles and five committed to prominent colleges.


Minnetonka has standouts to watch on both of its track and field teams: Claire Kohler (left) and Tobias Williams. (Renee Jones Schneider, Star Tribune)

Everybody is working toward the state meets June 6-8 at St. Michael-Albertville. 

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  • Irondale athlete prevails in both track and field

  • By CASSIDY HETTESHEIMER and DAVID LA VAQUE, Star Tribune 06/08/2024, 9:45am CDT
  • On Day 3 of the state meet, Juriad Hughes Jr. won two sprints against elite fields and took the long jump, too. Earlier, St. Peter's Corbin Herron drew cheers when he won a hurdles race, blew out a hamstring in a relay, then taped up and ran once more for pride.
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  • By CASSIDY HETTESHEIMER, Star Tribune 06/06/2024, 11:00am CDT
  • Maddie Gullickson of Wayzata repeated in the girls 3,200, and Robert Mechura of Roseville arrived first in the boys 3,200. Keep reading for a full account of Day 1.
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  • By DAVID LA VAQUE, Star Tribune 06/05/2024, 9:30am CDT
  • Champions (see Tobias Williams of Minnetonka and Ashley Fisher of Holy Angels) await challengers (such as Dwyne Smith Jr. of Apple Valley and Brooke Hohenecker of Providence Academy).
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