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BTR Track Club Sending Several Off To Regionals

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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The AAU regionals for track and field will be held this weekend at Cincinnati Winton Woods High School this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Locally the Blessed to Run Track Club will be sending right around 40 runners and throwers in age groups ranging from elementary school to high school.

Some of the athletes who will be competing is Alaya Grose in the 14 year old age group competing in the 100 meter dash, the 100 meter hurdles and 200 meter hurdles. Armon Huguely in the 13 year old 100 meters. In field events Sophie Clairmonte in the shot, discus and javelin in the 15-16 division along with Ty'Lheir Grose in the 12 year old division. The top eight in each event qualify for nationals.

   
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