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Highland’s Shawn Beltz, right, runs ahead of Danville’s Ben Stutz in the second heat of the boys 110-meter hurdles at Friday’s Fredericktown Invitational. Beltz won later in the finals with a time of 15.72.
Highland’s Shawn Beltz, right, runs ahead of Danville’s Ben Stutz in the second heat of the boys 110-meter hurdles at Friday’s Fredericktown Invitational. Beltz won later in the finals with a time of 15.72. (Photo by Geoff Cowles) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
May 4, 2013 8:55 am EDT

 

FREDERICKTOWN — The Fredericktown Freddies and a pair of old rivals dominated the 2013 Fredericktown Invitational on Friday.

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In the end, the Clear Fork Colts and the Highland Scots finished ahead of the Freddies in both the boys and girls events.

In the boys team results, the Colts had 168 points, Highland was second (145.5) and Fredericktown was third (124).

The Clear Fork girls also won (175.5) with Highland second (137.5) and Fredericktown third with 136.

 

 

 

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