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Prep Boys Track Meet
Merrillville's Austin Jamerson left runs during the 110 high hurdles second preliminary Wednesday night at Valparaiso High School.
Portage freshman Chris Watson completes the boys high jump during Wednesday night's Duneland Athletic Conference track meet at Valparaiso High School.
Chesterton senior Colin Ringas jumps the final hurdle during his winning run in the 300 Intermediate Hurdles heat one Wednesday night at Valparaiso High School.
Crown Point junior Andre Hatami makes a pole vault jump at 11' 6" during Wednesday night's Duneland Athletic Conference boys track meet at Valparaiso High School.
Chesterton junior Archie Sullivan, right, wins the 400 meter dash heat two during Wednesday night's boys track meet at Valparaiso High School.
Merrillville senior Bruce Thomas completes his 2nd of 3 long jumps with a distance of 20' 7" Wednesday night at Valparaiso High School.
Valparaiso junior Andrew Guzek competes in the shot put during Wednesday night's Duneland Athletic Conference boys track meet at Valparaiso High School.
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