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BRIGHTON – It’s more than just the Kiwanis all-comers track meet that starts at 9 a.m., June 6, at Brighton High School. For some of the 10- to 14-year-olds, it will be …
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BRIGHTON – It’s more than just the Kiwanis all-comers track meet that starts at 9 a.m., June 6, at Brighton High School.
For some of the 10- to 14-year-olds, it will be a chance to continue on the road toward the national Hershey youth track meet in Virginia later this summer.
But first things first. The top three finishers in each event qualify for the Hershey state meet in Fort Collins June 20. Once the state meet wraps up, a panel of judges determines who qualifies for the national meet.
Youngsters in Colorado are competing against similar-aged kids from four other states – Utah, Arizona, Montana and Wyoming – for spots in the national meet. The Hershey Co. pays for the one-week trip to the meet in Virginia.
Read the full story in this week's Commerce City Sentinel Express – www.lcni5.com/cgi-bin/c2circ.cgi
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