Loggers and Trojans compete at Ronan meet

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At Ronan, the Libby Track team came in fourth place behind Eureka, Deer Lodge and Thompson Falls. The Troy Trojans came in 14th place at the same meet.

Libby’s Brian Peck came in second in the 110 hurdles and first in the 300 hurdles.

Libby came in fifth in the 400 relay, and second in the 1600 relay, while Troy didn’t place.

In the 800, Tim Goodman placed first.

Michael Diller placed sixth in the 3200.

Troy’s Hunter Leighty came in first in the 400, outracing both Loggers Logan Nelson and Tanner Wood.

Logger Gavin Storm took sixth in the long jump.

In the tripple jump, Logan Christensen took third.

Allen Rice of Libby took sixth in the pole vault.

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