There’s no I in BHS’ ‘team’

There’s no I in BHS’ ‘team’

Bayfield boys, girls dominate their belated Pine River Invitational
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Sprinters break from the starting blocks in the boys 100-meter dash Wednesday at the annual Pine River Invitational in Bayfield. Slator Aplin of Telluride/Norwood won the event with Randy Haley of Montezuma-Cortez second.
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Candace Shaw of Bayfield flipped the discus 111 feet, 3 inches Wednesday, good for second place at the Pine River Invitational. The BHS senior won the javelin throw, finished fourth in the shot put and fourth in the triple jump.
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Steele Allred of the Wolverines cleared 13 feet Wednesday to win the pole vault at Bayfield High School’s home Pine River Invitational. The BHS senior, who was third at the state meet last year, just missed clearing 13-6.
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Durango’s Austin Miles staged a three-man duel with Wolverines’ Michael Hawkins and TJ Pazell in the shot put at the Pine River Invitational. Miles threw 45-10.5 to finish second to Hawkins’ 46-10.5.
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Micaela Knickerbocker of the Wolverines jumped 4-8 to finish tied for third place in the girls high jump Wednesday. Teammate Destini McGhehey finished second (4-10). Taylor Strohecker of Pagosa Springs won at 5-2.
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Teagan Overturf of Ignacio powered his way over the bar at 11-6 to finish third in the pole vault at Wolverine Country Stadium. Ignacio teammate Dusty Mangus finished second (12-0).
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