North Branch track and field
Steele takes second in hurdles, Johnson earns third in pole vault The North Branch track and field athletes’ heyday came at the state track and field meet at Hamline University over the weekend. On the boys side, junior Arik Steele returned to the elite meet to earn himself two podium spots. The h...Read More
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North Branch freshman Mikayla Johnson took seventh place to earn a spot on the podium at the State Track and Field Championships at Hamline University last week. Johnson made it over the bar at 11 feet to earn her medal while facing tough competition in the pole vault, where a new state Class AA rec...Read More
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North Branch track teams have much to celebrate after Arik Steele, Gina Amundson, Mikayla Johnson, Rhianna Rinke, Sherahlynn Linkert and the girls 4x200m relay team all qualified for State by finishing in the top two places at the Section 7AA Championships at the University of Minnesota Duluth last ...Read More
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The Viking girls track and field team is going to the Section True Team State Meet after taking the Section Championship last week. The team racked up 416 points to place ahead of Hermantown (393), Chisago Lakes (382.5), Cloquet (377), Grand Rapids (363), Hibbing (278), Mora (256.5), Proctor (218.5)...Read More
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Outdoor spring sports finally took off when the North Branch track and field teams competed at Cambridge in the Norm Ayen Invitational last Thursday. Both the boys and the girls teams came in second to the Cambridge-Isanti teams. The boys totaled 123.25 points to place ahead of Cloquet (101), Duluth...Read More
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On March 25 the North Branch boys and girls track teams competed in an informal indoor track and field meet. “Due to the lingering snow cover, we were happy to be able to participate at the indoor meet at the University of St. Thomas,” said coach Norm Nagel. “The meet was the first of the [......Read More
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