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Hard work translates into wins for Sweet Home track athletes at Junction City


April 18, 2017

NOAH DINSFRIEND leads the pack in the 300 hurdles in a recent race. Dinsfriend set a personal best in the event last week.

Personal bests kept coming for Sweet Home track and field athletes Thursday, April 13, at Junction City, though the boys’ team win over the Tigers and Sutherlin was a little misleading, Coach Dakotah Keys said.

“It was a good meet, but it was actually really small,” Keys said. “Most of Junction City’s team was gone.”

Individual winners for the Huskies were Justin Carpenter in the 100 (12:11), Nathan Hager in the 400 (53.90), Tanner Sayers in the 3000 (10:35.56), Noah Dinsfriend in a personal-best 43.80 in the 300 hurdles, Eric Blanchard in a personal-best 12 feet in the pole v...

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