Another day, another school record

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Another day, another school record

Durango girls advance in the fast Class 4A state 4x400 field

Another day, another school record

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Durango High School senior Karli Foreman and her teammates set their second school record in as many days at the CHSAA Class 4A Track and Field State Championships on Friday at Jeffco Stadium in Lakewood. The Demons qualified for the 4x400 relay finals with a school mark of 4:00.86.
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Freshman Shannon Maloney ran the anchor leg for the Demons in the 4x400 relay Friday afternoon at Jeffco Stadium in Lakewood. She and her teammates combined to set a DHS record in the event.
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Hannah Hwang of the Demons started the 4x400 relay and then handed to Karli Foreman, who ran the third leg. The team will race in the 4x400 finals Saturday.
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Durango’s McKenna Franzen qualified for the Class 4A shot put at the Class 4A state championships, but the DHS junior missed advancing to the state finals.
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Shane Bisogno of the Demons took the baton from Jared Blake in the boys 4x400 relay Friday afternoon. Bisogno and Blake both ran personal bests for their splits, but the Demons didn’t advance to the finals.
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Durango junior Joe Maloney had to scramble back in the 800-meter run after a first-lap collision nearly sent him to the track. “I was really worried that I would go down,” Maloney said.
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Joe Maloney of the Demons started fast on his leg of the 4x400 relay, but he fell in a tangled confusion of runners less than 75 meters into his race.
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Durango’s Devin Lewis gets a pat on the back from teammate Joe Maloney at the state track meet Friday afternoon in Lakewood. Maloney will run in the 1,600 on Saturday.
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