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Sunday, June 16, 2013
Blacksburg was sixth in the girls 4-mile relay at the New Balance Outdoor Nationals track championships Sunday in Greensboro.
The team of Bonnie Angermeier, Jenn Fleming, Claire Ewing-Nelson and Emily Beatty finished in 20:55.51.
The winning team, from Michigan, ran 20:30.32.
Also on Sunday, Bruin Kenneth Hagen was 14th in the 800 with a time of 1:53.27, about five seconds behind winner John Crossley of Atlantic Beach, N.C.
Hidden Valley's Carolyn Bethel was 19th in the girls 800 in 2:11.68. Winner Sabrina Southerland of New York won in 2:06.26.
The Northside quartet of Aleah Keaton, Tierra Saunder, and Annie and Bonnie McGowen were 16th in the championship class of the 800 relay in 1:43.44. The team, Group AA champions this spring, were second in the Emerging Elite class of the 1,600 relay in 3:56.19.
Hidden Valley sophomore Breontae Crump was sixth in the Emerging Elite shot put with a throw of 39-11.25.
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