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Munday Repeats As State Champs!

Class A Boys

Team Champions - Munday Moguls - 94 pts
(2. Stamford - 37 pts, 3. Shiner - 26 pts)

Dee Paul - 300m Hurdles - Gold
Tyrone Neskorik - Shot Put - Gold
1600m Relay - Gold
Trey Stinnett - Triple Jump - Silver
400m Relay - Silver
Blanford Paul - Shot Put - 4th (reports say he won Bronze, but there was a scoring error)
800m Relay - 5th

Gary Farquhar - Throckmorton
-110m Hurdles - 4th
-300m Hurdles - 4th               

Class A Girls

Jasmine Sillemon - Crowell
-100m Dash - Gold
-200m Dash - Gold
-Triple Jump - Bronze
Crowell - 400m Relay - 9th

Makebra Collier - Munday - 200m Dash - 5th

Seymour - 800m Relay - 7th
Rachel Peters - Seymour - 100m Hurdles - 8th

Class 3A Boys

Hirschi 800m Relay - 5th
Hirschi 1600m Relay - 5th

Kevin Dunn - Bowie - 5th

Barrett Davidson - Graham - Discus - 7th

Brandon Urquizo - Vernon - 400m Run - 7th

*Adrian Colbert Jr. - Mineral Wells (Wichita Falls native)
-200m Dash - Gold
-400m Run - 8th
-400m Relay - Bronze

Class 3A Girls

Burkburnett 1600m Relay - 8th

Anastaeshia Lee - Hirschi - 400m Run - 9th

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