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  • Teams exchange the baton during the boys 4x400 relay at Saturday’s SpecTRACKular in Fredericktown. In front, from left, are Clear Fork’s Zanyon Papst, Highland’s Garrett Mentzer, Mount Vernon’s Rain Wiggand and Danville’s Ben Stutz. In back are Clear Fork’s Nate Tipul, Highland’s Kevin Jones, Mount Vernon’s Austin Hulse and Danville’s Thomas Hawk. style=

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    Teams exchange the baton during the boys 4x400 relay at Saturday’s SpecTRACKular in Fredericktown. In front, from left, are Clear Fork’s Zanyon Papst, Highland’s Garrett Mentzer, Mount Vernon’s Rain Wiggand and Danville’s Ben Stutz. In back are Clear Fork’s Nate Tipul, Highland’s Kevin Jones, Mount Vernon’s Austin Hulse and Danville’s Thomas Hawk. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Danville’s Kimmy Hansen throws the discus during Saturday’s Mount Vernon News SpecTRACKular, held at Fredericktown High School. Hansen finished fifth with a distance of 86-3. style=

    SpecTRACKular

    Danville’s Kimmy Hansen throws the discus during Saturday’s Mount Vernon News SpecTRACKular, held at Fredericktown High School. Hansen finished fifth with a distance of 86-3. (Photo by William Hartman)

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  • Utica’s Trent Baldwin, left, won the boys’ Most Valuable Competitor award at the 34th annual SpecTRACKular, held Saturday at Fredericktown High School. Highland’s Amanda Mosier, center, and Mount Vernon’s Katelyn Henthorn shared the girls’ award. style=

    SpecTRACKular

    Utica’s Trent Baldwin, left, won the boys’ Most Valuable Competitor award at the 34th annual SpecTRACKular, held Saturday at Fredericktown High School. Highland’s Amanda Mosier, center, and Mount Vernon’s Katelyn Henthorn shared the girls’ award. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Fredericktown’s Logan Smith throws the discus during Saturday’s SpecTRACKular at Fredericktown High School. Smith finished fifth with a distance of 123-11. style=

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    Fredericktown’s Logan Smith throws the discus during Saturday’s SpecTRACKular at Fredericktown High School. Smith finished fifth with a distance of 123-11. (Photo by William Hartman)

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  • From left, Fredericktown’s Sarah Fowler takes the lead over teammate Rebekah Haip, Clear Fork’s Mackenzie Arnold, Utica’s Makayla McComb and Centerburg’s Torrie Purdy on the first lap of the girls 3200-meter run during SpecTRACKular in Fredericktown. Fowler broke the meet record with a time of 11:04.82. style=

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    From left, Fredericktown’s Sarah Fowler takes the lead over teammate Rebekah Haip, Clear Fork’s Mackenzie Arnold, Utica’s Makayla McComb and Centerburg’s Torrie Purdy on the first lap of the girls 3200-meter run during SpecTRACKular in Fredericktown. Fowler broke the meet record with a time of 11:04.82. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Utica’s Travis Baldwin, right, takes the lead over Mount Vernon’s Logan Rhea, center, and Fredericktown’s Seth Bennett in the boys 100-meter dash at Saturday’s SpecTRACKular. Baldwin won with a time of 11.22. style=

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    Utica’s Travis Baldwin, right, takes the lead over Mount Vernon’s Logan Rhea, center, and Fredericktown’s Seth Bennett in the boys 100-meter dash at Saturday’s SpecTRACKular. Baldwin won with a time of 11.22. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • The Mount Vernon boys volleyball team was recently honored with Ohio Capital Conference year-end awards. Pictured at a recent practice are, from left, Jake Scott, Honorable Mention; Alex Robinson, Special Mention; Matt McManaway, Second Team; Aaron Nixon, Second Team and OCC Scholar Athlete; Levi Rhoades, First Team; Dan Tharp, First Team; and head coach Alan Cassell, OCC Coach of the Year. style=

    Mount Vernon Volleyball Team honored

    The Mount Vernon boys volleyball team was recently honored with Ohio Capital Conference year-end awards. Pictured at a recent practice are, from left, Jake Scott, Honorable Mention; Alex Robinson, Special Mention; Matt McManaway, Second Team; Aaron Nixon, Second Team and OCC Scholar Athlete; Levi Rhoades, First Team; Dan Tharp, First Team; and head coach Alan Cassell, OCC Coach of the Year. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • MVNU President Dr. Henry Spaulding, at left, presented the Excellence In Teaching Award to Dr. Bevin Shiverdecker during Saturday’s commencement exercises at Mount Vernon Nazarene University. style=

    MVNU awards degrees at spring commencement

    MVNU President Dr. Henry Spaulding, at left, presented the Excellence In Teaching Award to Dr. Bevin Shiverdecker during Saturday’s commencement exercises at Mount Vernon Nazarene University. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Fredericktown youngsters were at the Fredericktown Police Department, Saturday morning, for a bike rodeo. In this skill exercise, riders rode around inside a small square. Emilio Rozas, 7, Fredericktown, peddled under the watchful eye of Knox County Sheriff’s Deputy Dan Shelby. Cold weather kept the turnout small, but the Fredericktown EMS and police departments are planning another session in the fall. style=

    Bike rodeo a hit

    Fredericktown youngsters were at the Fredericktown Police Department, Saturday morning, for a bike rodeo. In this skill exercise, riders rode around inside a small square. Emilio Rozas, 7, Fredericktown, peddled under the watchful eye of Knox County Sheriff’s Deputy Dan Shelby. Cold weather kept the turnout small, but the Fredericktown EMS and police departments are planning another session in the fall. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Sandy McCann of the Lucy Knox Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, is the Ohio State Regent Elect. style=

    McCann elected to state DAR office

    Sandy McCann of the Lucy Knox Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, is the Ohio State Regent Elect. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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