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Irondale athlete prevails in both track and field

By CASSIDY HETTESHEIMER and DAVID LA VAQUE, Star Tribune, 06/08/24, 9:45AM CDT

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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.


Irondale's Juriad Hughes Jr. wins the 100-meter dash, among his three victories Saturday. (Shari L. Gross, Star Tribune)

After a windy start, Days 2 and 3 of the meet have been run in calmer conditions and under blue skies.

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