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By Stephen McKay
Sports Writer 

Local schools brave weather, tough opponents at Bayard meet


Stephen McKay

Potter-Dix's Hope Shepard crosses the finish line first during a 4x400 relay heat race on Thursday at Bayard.

BAYARD, Neb. – Twenty track and field teams from Wyoming and Nebraska braved temperatures that ranged from the upper 30s to the low 50s accompanied by an occasional steady snowfall to compete in the Bayard C-D Invite on Thursday.

Three area high schools schools – Creek Valley, Leyton and Potter-Dix – joined in the competition that was led in most events by the Nebraska Class C schools. Bridgeport took the overall boys title with 73 points with Pine Bluffs, Wyo., (58) second and Hemingford third. With 47 points, Potter-Dix was the highest finishing Class D school, taking fifth overall....

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