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Potter-Dix girls finish second, boys take third place at Alliance meet


John Verser

Potter-Dix hurdlers Payton Franklin, left, and Payge Hoffman leap over hurdles in Saturday's Alliance meet, hosted at Scottsbluff High School. Hoffman finished second in the 100 meter hurdles and fourth in the 300 meter hurdles, while Franklin finished third in the 100 meter hurdles and fifth in the 300 meter hurdles.

The Potter-Dix girls finished second and the boys took third among Division 2 teams at the Alliance track meet Saturday, hosted in Scottsbluff.

Southeast won the boys event with 108 points, while Lingle-Fort Laramie finished second with 101. The Coyotes took third place with 72 points, followed by Niobrara County with 70 points.

In the girls standings, Crawford took the top spot with 94 points. The Lady Coyotes followed with 77 points to take second place, while Lingle-Fort Laramie finished third with 74 points.

Potter-Dix performed well in both the boys and girls standings without about tw...

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