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Kimball boys finish second, girls take fourth at own track meet


John Verser

The outdoor track season kicked off with a breezy and warm Saturday at the Kimball Invite. Seven teams participated in the meet. Pictured above, from left, Banner County's Emily Singleton, Kimball's Madison Biesecker and Potter-Dix's Hope Shepard head down the stretch in the 100 meter dash.

Mitchell took home top team honors in both the girls and boys divisions of the 2015 Kimball High Track Invitational on Saturday. In the boys division the Tigers piled up 137.33 points with Kimball a distant runner up with 85.33. In the girls division the Lady Tigers amassed 153 points with Potter-Dix finishing second with 121.

Two new meet records were set Saturday in the girls division and one tied in the boys division. Aspen Reifschneider of Mitchell, who was a four event gold medal winner on the day, set a new triple jump record of 33'9" bettering the old mark of 33'4.5" set by Kaitlyn...

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