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Hiers, Wheeler excel for Indian track and field

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By Claude Lewis

The athletic field at Chiefland Elementary was alive with many athletic events last Thursday, March 20, as Chiefland High was host to an invitational track and field meet.

Six schools competed in the girls competition, while there were five in the boys.

Cedar Key High won the girls meet with 139 team points. Bell was secon at 119, Trenton third at 86, Williston fourth at 50, Chiefland fifth at 49 and Dixie County sixth at 47.


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