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Chequamegon sweeps T-Bird Track InviteSubmitted: 03/28/2013
Story By Joe Dufek


MINOCQUA - In track and field Thursday night, Lakeland was hosting the 15th annual T-Bird Invite. Rhinelander, Chequamegon, and Phillips among the teams taking part.

Chequamegon would win both the boys and girls team titles. Lakeland finished second, while Rhinelander was third.

Rhinelander's Nick Wright leaped 40' 0" to win the boys triple jump. It was also a person best for Wright. He also won the Pole Vault.

Lakeland's Delaney FitzPatrick broke the meet record she set last year in the girls 1000 meter run. FitzPatrick shaved nearly 3 seconds off the record, finishing in 3 minutes, 11.92 seconds. She also set the school record in the mile, with a time of 5 minutes, 38.45 seconds.


Chequamegon's Cade Strehlow won the boys 600, 1000, and was a member of the 3200 meter relay team.



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