Durango has record-breaking 4x800 relay at first day of state track and field

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Durango has record-breaking 4x800 relay at first day of state track and field

Demons, Wolverines each get state champions
Durango’s Aidan Fitzgerald anchored the Demons’ 4x800 relay team to a CHSAA Class 4A State Track and Field Championships record finish, as he teamed Noah Bodewes, Marcus Flint and Luke Tichi to win the state title.
Durango junior Madeleine Burns got the CHSAA Class 4A State Track and Field Championships meet going in style with a narrow win in the girls 3,200-meter run.
Bayfield’s Jordan Lanning cleared the 100-meter hurdles in first place after preliminaries Thursday at the CHSAA Class 3A State Track and Field Championships at Jeffco Stadium. She also won the high jump state title for a second consecutive year.
Bayfield senior David Hawkins ended his high school athletic career with a state title in the shot put Thursday at the CHSAA Class 3A State Track and Field Championships at Jeffco Stadium.
Bayfield senior Jordan Lanning qualified as the top seed in the 100-meter hurdles during preliminaries Thursday at the CHSAA Class 3A State Track and Field Championships at Jeffco Stadium. She also won the high jump title for a second consecutive year.
Durango High School’s Anna Pylar hands the baton off to Emma Fitzgerald during the preliminaries of the girls 4x200-meter race on Thursday at the CHSAA Class 4A State Track and Field Championships at Jeffco Stadium.
Durango High School’s Aidan Fitzgerald leans over as he crosses the finish line in the final leg of the boys 4x800-meter relay race on Thursday at the CHSAA Class 4A State Track and Field Championships at Jeffco Stadium. The Demons set a school record in 7:48.55.
Durango High School’s Noah Bodewes runs the second leg of the boys 4x800-meter relay on Thursday at the CHSAA Class 4A State Track and Field Championships at Jeffco Stadium. He ran a personal best 1:57.98-second split and helped set a new 4A state meet record.

Durango has record-breaking 4x800 relay at first day of state track and field

Durango’s Aidan Fitzgerald anchored the Demons’ 4x800 relay team to a CHSAA Class 4A State Track and Field Championships record finish, as he teamed Noah Bodewes, Marcus Flint and Luke Tichi to win the state title.
Durango junior Madeleine Burns got the CHSAA Class 4A State Track and Field Championships meet going in style with a narrow win in the girls 3,200-meter run.
Bayfield’s Jordan Lanning cleared the 100-meter hurdles in first place after preliminaries Thursday at the CHSAA Class 3A State Track and Field Championships at Jeffco Stadium. She also won the high jump state title for a second consecutive year.
Bayfield senior David Hawkins ended his high school athletic career with a state title in the shot put Thursday at the CHSAA Class 3A State Track and Field Championships at Jeffco Stadium.
Bayfield senior Jordan Lanning qualified as the top seed in the 100-meter hurdles during preliminaries Thursday at the CHSAA Class 3A State Track and Field Championships at Jeffco Stadium. She also won the high jump title for a second consecutive year.
Durango High School’s Anna Pylar hands the baton off to Emma Fitzgerald during the preliminaries of the girls 4x200-meter race on Thursday at the CHSAA Class 4A State Track and Field Championships at Jeffco Stadium.
Durango High School’s Aidan Fitzgerald leans over as he crosses the finish line in the final leg of the boys 4x800-meter relay race on Thursday at the CHSAA Class 4A State Track and Field Championships at Jeffco Stadium. The Demons set a school record in 7:48.55.
Durango High School’s Noah Bodewes runs the second leg of the boys 4x800-meter relay on Thursday at the CHSAA Class 4A State Track and Field Championships at Jeffco Stadium. He ran a personal best 1:57.98-second split and helped set a new 4A state meet record.
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