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Five track athletes to watch

By Star Tribune, 04/04/12, 10:40PM CDT

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CLASS 2A

 Eric Gebeke, sr., White Bear Lake: Won the 800-meter run and ran a leg of the first-place 4x200 relay.

Tatyana Pashibin, sr., Minneapolis Southwest: Captured girls' high jump title and placed second in triple jump.

Ayuk Tambe, sr., Blaine: Won boys' 100-meter dash and ran legs of two All-State relays.

CLASS 1A

Brandon Clark, sr. Blake: Placed fourth in the 3,200-meter run. One of the state's elite distance runners.

AnnMarie Healy, sr., Providence Academy: Finished second in the 400, eighth in the 200 and helped 4x200 relay team place sixth.

DAVID LA VAQUE

 

 

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