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Final Day of State Track: Suhr Shines for ACGC

Trevin Suhr turned in an outstanding performance in the 800 meters today at the state track meet in Des Moines. Suhr broke the two minute mark in the 800 meters when he ran the event in 1:59.86 which was good for a fourth place finish. The Charger junior led for much of the race but was overcome on the final stretch. He missed out on a third place finish by one one hundredth of a second! It is the first time he has broken the two minute barrier and fell just short of Clay Billheimer's ACGC record of 1:58.19 in 2019.

Less than two hours later Suhr ran in the 1600 meters event. With little recovery time, he still improved his time by ten seconds over what he ran at the state qualifier last week. Today he ran the event in 4:36.72 which placed him fourteenth among the twenty four runners.

Once again, here are the Charger results at the state meet: Thursday: (1) 3000 meter run: Rylee Sloss 12th in 11:13.72. (2) 4X800 relay (Trevin Suhr, Kaden Thompson, Zach Moon, Charlie Crawford) 8th in 8:27.69 Friday: (1) Clayton Wardyn 11th in 110 hurdles in :15.77 (2) Clayton Wardyn 19th in high jump at 5"9" (3) Chloe Largent 4th in high jump at 5"2" Saturday: (1) Trevin Suhr 4th in 800 meter run in 1:59.86 (2) Trevin Suhr 14th in 1600 meter run in 4:36.72

A job well done! Go Chargers!

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