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By Stephen McKay
Sports Writer 

CLASS D GIRLS' STATE TRACK & FIELD MEET: Rozelle brings home 5th place in discus for top girls' finish

Leyton's Berner, CV's Straber also collect state medals


Kevin Meyers / For The Sun-Telegraph

Leyton High School's Shaela Jenkins qualified for the state meet in the 100 hurdles for the third consecutive season.

OMAHA, Neb. – With a mixture of outgoing state veterans and upcoming underclassmen, each of the local Class D high schools were represented by strong performers at the NSAA Girls' State Championships.

None of the squads had enough firepower to compete for a team title though.

Giltner won the state championship with 38 points to edge out runners-up Wynot and Axtell, which each scored 36. The top eight teams were separated by just eight points.

Potter-Dix ended the meet with five points, Leyton with four and Creek Valley one.

Though she wasn't very pleased with her performance, Potter-Dix s...

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