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Heinz, Ipswich Dominate State B Track



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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. --  Ipswitch and 8th grader Macy Heinz dominated the Class B State Track Championships at Howard Wood Field. 

Led by Heinz victories in the 400 & 800 meter dash, 1600 meter run and 4x800 relay, Ipswich scored a record 116 points and coasted to the team championship.

On the boys side, Herreid/Selby (71) topped Viborg-Hurley (63).

Click on the video tab to view highlights from Saturday's final round and hear from Heinz about her team's championship win.
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