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    McFadden Three Golds for the Tigers

    Reed McFadden paced the Lander Tigers with three gold medals at the Class 3-A state championships last weekend at Kelly Walsh. The Princeton-bound senior cleared 14-4 to win the high jump then swept both hurdle events before finishing third in the 200-meter dash. It was a fitting end to an injury-plagued senior year for the talented athlete.

    Brooks Even approached 12-6 – h/t Randy Tucker

    Freshman Brooks Even was sixth in the pole vault with the best height of his promising career at 12-6.

    Joining McFadden on the awards stand were Tiger juniors Brayden Johnson-Baker and Cade Hallock who finished seventh and eighth in the 400-meter dash.

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    Brayden Johnson-Baker – h/t Randy Tucker

    The Tigers placed in three of the four relays as well.

    The team of Hallock, Johnson-Baker, Cody West, and Graham Robison was fourth in the 4×400 meter relay in 3:35.62.

    Graham Robison to Cody West 4×400 – h/t Randy Tucker

    The 4×800 meter relay team of Robison, Logan Milek, Mack White, and Bennett Hutchison was fifth in 8:53.67 as was the sprint medley relay team of Hallick, Johnson-Baker, Robison, and Ray Gribowskas in 3:46.83.

    Reed McFadden leading the 300 hurdles – h/t Randy Tucker

    Gribowskas was eighth in the triple with a leap of 41-7.

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    Ray Gribowskas triple jumping – h/t Randy Tucker

    The Tigers finished seventh overall with 60 team points.

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