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Track teams find going rough at talent-filled Lexington meets

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By Mike Aldridge

The Harrison County Track Team participated in two meets in Lexington last week and came home with much work to do.  
The meet at Bryan Station on Wednesday was a nine-team event with all of the Lexington public schools participating making for some outstanding competition.  
The Fillies finished sixth behind the five Lexington schools though they easily defeated Paris, Nicholas County, Bourbon County and Sayre.  
The hurdles and the relays were the Fillies strong suits on Wednesday.  


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