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Toledo Christian's Krista Wood, front right, takes the baton from Darian Westmeyer during the 3200 relay.

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St. Francis' Daniel Lenart, second from right, avoids a collision after he is passed the baton from Anthony Maraldo during the 3200-meter relay.

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Northview's Abigail Masters, in white, maintains third place in the 3200-meter relay.

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Northview's Alison Work (9) and Mallory Small botch the hand off during the 3200-meter relay.

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Northview's Mallory Small maintains a short-lived lead during the 3200-meter relay.

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Northview's Mallory Small, second from left, takes the handoff from Abigail Masters during the 3200-meter relay.

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Liberty-Benton's Joseph Sherrieb competes in the long jump.

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North Baltimore's Amanda Hotaling clears 11 foot, 4 inches in the pole vault.

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North Baltimore's Amanda Hotaling cries as she hugs her mother and coach, Cindy Hotaling, after she won the pole vault.

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North Baltimore's Amanda Hotaling clears 12 foot, 4 inches to win the pole vault .

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After being ousted from the pole vault event, Arlington's Willow Thompson is comforted by North Baltimore's Amanda Hotaling.

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Liberty-Benton's Alyssa Gary takes first in the discuss.

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Elmwood's Kori Reiser takes second in the discuss.

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Elmwood's Kori Reiser watches as lead discus officer Dee Clay hugs girls discuss winner Alyssa Gary Liberty-Benton.

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Water on the the track is squeegeed off prior to a hurdle race.

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Archbold's 3200-relay team huddles after competing.

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Rossford's Courtney Morris attempts to clear 5 feet, 2 inches during the girls high jump.

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Toledo Christian's Delainey Phelps collapses after winning the 3200-relay.

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Toledo Christian's Delainey Phelps crosses the finish line to win the 3200-meter relay

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Toledo Christian's Delainey Phelps runs with the baton during the 3200-meter relay.

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