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The first official track and field meet of the 2024 season is in the books. Thank you to our coaches and volunteers for helping put on the Icebreaker Meet. Our athletes did an amazing job with many setting PRs to start the season. One of our outstanding athletes even broke a school record. Congratulations to Bodey Lutes for setting the new 200 meter school record of 22.09 seconds. The old record, held my Joe Lehman, stood for 31 years.  The stage has been set for a lot of excitement this season. It’s always great to see our team continue the tradition of finishing a meet with singing the Marshfield fight song.   
  
Next meet is the Prefontaine Rotary Invitational on April 6.Photos from Marshfield High School's post
The first official track and field meet of the 2024 season is in the books. Thank you to our coaches and volunteers for helping put on the Icebreaker Meet. Our athletes did an amazing job with many setting PRs to start the season. One of our outstanding athletes even broke a school record. Congratulations to Bodey Lutes for setting the new 200 meter school record of 22.09 seconds. The old record, held my Joe Lehman, stood for 31 years.  The stage has been set for a lot of excitement this season. It’s always great to see our team continue the tradition of finishing a meet with singing the Marshfield fight song.   
  
Next meet is the Prefontaine Rotary Invitational on April 6.Photos from Marshfield High School's post
The first official track and field meet of the 2024 season is in the books. Thank you to our coaches and volunteers for helping put on the Icebreaker Meet. Our athletes did an amazing job with many setting PRs to start the season. One of our outstanding athletes even broke a school record. Congratulations to Bodey Lutes for setting the new 200 meter school record of 22.09 seconds. The old record, held my Joe Lehman, stood for 31 years. The stage has been set for a lot of excitement this season. It’s always great to see our team continue the tradition of finishing a meet with singing the Marshfield fight song. Next meet is the Prefontaine Rotary Invitational on April 6.Photos from Marshfield High School's post

Published on: 03/22/2024

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The first official track and field meet of the 2024 season is in the books. Thank you to our coaches and volunteers for helping put on the Icebreaker Meet. Our athletes did an amazing job with many setting PRs to start the season. One of our outstanding athletes even broke a school record. Congratulations to Bodey Lutes for setting the new 200 meter school record of 22.09 seconds. The old record, held my Joe Lehman, stood for 31 years. The stage has been set for a lot of excitement this season. It’s always great to see our team continue the tradition of finishing a meet with singing the Marshfield fight song.

Next meet is the Prefontaine Rotary Invitational on April 6.

Photos from Marshfield High School's post
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