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By Stephen McKay
Sports Writer 

CLASS D BOYS' STATE TRACK & FIELD MEET: P-D boys shine in Class D meet

Leyton's Dye sets new school mark in 3,200 meters


Kevin Meyers / For The Sun-Telegraph

Leyton High's Rhett Dye established a new school record in the 3,200 meters at the state meet.

OMAHA, Neb. – If the Potter-Dix High boys' track team wasn't having enough success after ending an 11-year gold-medal drought and fighting for first place among the top Class D teams in Nebraska for two days, how about going out with a school record?

Meanwhile, the Leyton Warriors, with just a small contingent on hand to represent the boys, also managed a school record. And both Warrior qualifiers will be back to try again next season.

With 30 points, the Coyotes tied for fourth with Wausa in the Class D NSAA State Track and Field Championships at Burke Stadium in Omaha that concluded on...

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