• Two School Records Fall for Cougars at KU Relays

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  • Dewald aims for Olympic Trials Marathon Qualifying Time in 2014

    BY CHRIS RILEY P&D Correspondent Now that the calendar has reached mid-April, one quarter of 2014 is gone, just like many of the resolutions and goals set months ago for the New Year. But for o... (via P & D Staff Blog)

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  • Hauge and Carda hit first career qualifying times on day one of the Kansas Relays

    LAWRENCE, Kan. - Nathan Hauge and Keegan Carda both hit provisional qualifying times as Augustana had 13 athletes compete on the first day of the 87th Kansas Relays. (via Augustana College)

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  • Steeplechasers highlight Mt. SAC Relays for SDSU

    Two South Dakota State steeplechasers posted top-10 finishes at the Mt. SAC Relays Thursday. Drew Kraft and Megan West both finished in the top-10 of their respective steeplechase sections. (via GoJacks.com)

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  • Track: DV Boys Win At Homer

    HOMER, Neb. — The distance runners for the Dakota Valley boys’ track team had a strong day at the Homer Invitational on Thursday in Homer, Neb. (via Yankton Press & Dakotan)

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  • Lancers Win Three Events, Score 20 Top-Eight Marks At Red Raider Open

    ORANGE CITY, Iowa — The Mount Marty College women took home 14 top-eight finishes, including three victories, at the Red Raider Open track and field meet, hosted by Northwestern College on Thursday. (via Yankton Press & Dakotan)

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  • Eichkorn breaks USD record at Mt. SAC Relays

    WALNUT, Calif. - South Dakota distance runner Amber Eichkorn set a new school record while finishing second in the women's 10,000-meter Open during day one of the Mt. SAC Relays in Walnut, Calif., while freshmen Dustin Valind and Tyler Frank tallied second-place finishes at the Cal State Los Angeles Twilight Open on Thursday night. (via www.goyotes.com)

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  • Stanley County off to fast start in track and field

    In this file photo, Stanley County sophomore Kelsey Van Den Hemel competes at last year’s state track and field meet. Van Den Hemel and the Lady Buffs began their season Thursday with a sixth-place finish in Mobridge. (Wade LaRoche/Capital Journal) (via Capital Journal)

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  • Lady Govs continue fast start

    Pierre freshman Peyton Pietz competes in the long jump during Tuesday's meet in Pierre. (Wade LaRoche/Capital Journal) (via Capital Journal)

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  • Central track ahead of schedule with Corn Palace Relays

    Despite running two days ahead of schedule with the annual Corn Palace Relays, the Aberdeen Central track and field squads came away satisfied with their performances on a blustery day in Mitchell. The Golden Eagles braved cool and windy conditions t (via AberdeenNews.com)

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  • Wieczorek, Gannon lead Cats at;Watertown-Brookings dual

    WATERTOWN � The Bobcat boys won four individual events and the Bobcat girls took three as Todd Wieczorek and Alexis Gannon each won twice at the Watertown-Brookings dual on Tuesday. Wieczorek won the 110-meter hurdles in 18.03 seconds and the 300 hurdles in 47.19 while Gannon went 18 feet, 6 inches to win the long jump and 38-9 for the top (via www.brookingsregister.com)

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  • Centerville Boys, I-W Girls Claim Rotary Relays Titles

    CENTERVILLE — Despite four titles from Irene-Wakonda senior Garrett Anderson, the Centerville boys won five titles to claim the team track championship at Tuesday’s Centerville Rotary Relays. Irene-Wakonda won eight events in the girls’ division to take first place. (via Yankton Press & Dakotan)

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