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Polar Bears maul Raiders in boys’, girls’ track

Posted 4/15/14

It appeared as though the brutish, obnoxiously everlasting winter had finally disappeared in the rearview mirror for good.Photo by Jodi Ocker - Middletown’s Josh Hurley soars through the air in the long jump.

 

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Polar Bears maul Raiders in boys’, girls’ track

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It appeared as though the brutish, obnoxiously everlasting winter had finally disappeared in the rearview mirror for good.tinyjump4 16 14Photo by Jodi Ocker - Middletown’s Josh Hurley soars through the air in the long jump.

 

Shimmering sapphire skies set to a temperate 70-degree climate provided quintessential conditions for the Middletown track and field team’s meet against Northern York on Thursday, April 10 in Middletown, a chance for the boys’ team to continue their two-meet winning streak.

 

Unfortunately, winter proved to still be in full swing for the Blue Raiders as the Polar Bears unleashed a blizzard-esque fury on the track, walloping the boys’ team, 100-50 and the girls’ team, 117-31.

 

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