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JUST IN- Lindsy Siegel of Ansley-Litchfield ties state high jump record

May 24, 2014

Ansley-Litchfield coach Pat Hoblyn greets Lindsy Siegel after she just won the State High School Class D High Jump competition.

Ansley-Litchfield's Lindsy Siegel brings home gold after the morning's Class D High Jump competition. Clearing 5'7" to win the meet, she pushed on and tied the Class D record with a 5'8" jump and a personal best. Lindsy's name goes into the books beside a jump made by Amanda Owens of Harvard set in 2003.

Also competing in Class and giving the competition a serious workout were Addy Vinton of Mullen, Shayla Dockweiler of South Loup and Brienna James of SEM.

Congratulation girls and thank you for all of your hard work!

Be sure and check out this week's Custer County Chief for complete coverage of the 2014 State High School Track Meet from Omaha Burke.

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