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    Lewistons's Jennifer Martin edges Scarborough's Emily Labbe in the 55-meter hurdles at the Class A indoor track championships at the University of Southern Maine in Gotham on Monday. Martin finished with a time of 8.73, Labbe with 8.79.

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    Scarborough relay team members senior Ellen Shaw and junior Gaby Panagakas celebrate after winning the 4 x 200 relay. Scarborough boys and girls also won the state titles.

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    Thornton Academy long jumper Mia Taranko jumped 17 feet 3 inches to win the event.

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    Scarborough pole vaulter Sam Rusak clears the bar for a state record of 16 feet 3 inches.

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    Westbrook's Dominic Creenan and Messalonskee's Tanner Burton go over the hurdles during the 55-meter finals. Burton edged Gahomera by a quarter-second to take first in the event.

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    Scarborough track team captains Hannah St. Germain, Marissa Carbone, Sydney Rusak and Ellen Shaw celebrate as they rise to receive their state championship trophy.

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    Scarborough relay runner Jarett Flaker takes the baton, for the anchor leg, from teammate Ben Batoosingh during the 4 x 200 relay.

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    Scarborough pole vaulter Sam Rusak is swarmed with congratulations after vaulting 16 feet 3 inches for a state record.

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