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Athletes aim to summit peak at state meet

By DAVID LA VAQUE, Star Tribune , 06/05/24, 9:30AM CDT

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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).


Juriad Hughes Jr., who has signed with Arkansas, is a sprinter and long jumper for Irondale. (Brennan Schachtner, Special to the Star Tribune)

The state championships will go on Thursday through Saturday at St. Michael-Albertville.

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