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Falls City Junior high Beaverettes win track titles

Falls City Junior high Beaverettes win track titles
Members of the Falls City Junior High School seventh- and eighth-grade Beaverette track teams celebrate their district championships. The eighth-grade team finished ahead of second-place Yorktown by 62 points, while the seventh-grade Beaverettes finished 17 points ahead of Kenedy.

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YORKTOWN -- The Falls City Junior High School seventh- and eighth-grade Beaverette track teams competed in the district track meet March 27, and both squads won the district team titles. The seventh-grade girls scored 170 points to take first place, with the second-place team of Kenedy scoring 153 points. The eighth-grade girls scored 191 points, outpacing the host school of Yorktown, which had 129 points. . . .

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