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    Trembly Sweeps State Hurdles

    Wyatt Trembly completed an outstanding high school athletic career with a pair of wins in the hurdle events at the state track meet in Casper last week along with a second place in the 200-meter dash and runner-up relay finish in the 4×100-meter race.

    The Rams were fifth place with 58 points in head coach David Trembly’s final appearance at the helm.

    Ava Jory to Jemma Wadge – h/t Randy Tucker

    The Lady Rams finished seventh.

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    Joining Trembly in the 4×100 were fellow seniors Kaleb Gleim and Jonah Oard. Freshman Cooper Kintzler ran the other leg.

    Naomi Johnson on the anchor – h/t Randy Tucker

    Kintzler had a great meet as a freshman picking up medals in the 100-meter dash, the long jump, and the triple jump.

    Siler Hess cleared 5-6 for fourth in the high jump and added a fifth in the windy triple jump with a leap of 40-7.

    Cooper Kintzler in the 100 finals – h/t Randy Tucker

    Ariana Foster was third in the 100-meter dash and Ava Jory fourth in the 400. Foster added a sixth in the triple jump.

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    All three Dubois relays placed for the girls.

    Ariana Foster third in the 100 – h/t Randy Tucker

    In the 4×100 the team of Jory, Foster, Jemma Wadge, and Naomi Johnson was second in 52.42.

    The identical group of girls was third in the 4×400 in 4:25.73.

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    Wyatt Trembly is a two-time state champion in the 110 hurdles – h/t Randy Tucker

    The 4×800 meter team was third with freshmen Briauna Grove and Daisy Burnett and sophomores Sami Becker and Kenzi Day.

    The sprint medley team of Wadge, Burnett, Day, and Becker was sixth.

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