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The Week in Preps

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About six weeks prior to Spring Fling, Allison Newman was struggling instead of peaking.

Newman, a senior who is headed to Missouri, wasn’t faring well against the better local competition and was frustrated to the point of possibly pulling the plug on her fine prep career. But a combo business-pleasure trip to Florida prior to regionals got her back on track.

And ended her career in style too, winning the state championship at Spring Fling in her speciality, the 1,600 meters.

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The senior overcame physical issues, mental doubts to reach state meet.

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Tennis competition also gets underway Thursday, while large public school track and field titles will also be decided.

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CBHS keeper Chris Krahn saved two penalties in the shootout to give the Brothers Wednesday’s Division 2-AA soccer semifinal win over McCallie and send them into Thursday’s championship game.

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Harding piles up the points in field events.

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Hudson Brown homers once in each game to pace Trojans.

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Rebels open Spring Fling with a victory over the team that defeated them in the 2018 championships game.

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Dorien Johnson outduels Melrose’s Montavious Cooper in a tightly contested 110-meter hurdles race.

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After opening defeats on Tuesday, teams will have to battle back from the losers bracket.

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Multi-sport standouts set other interests aside as Brothers prepare for Division 2-AA championship track meet.

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Freshman holds off UCLA challenger by one stroke to make Stanford history.

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