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    Elijah Yeboah, left, and his brother, Isaac, celebrate their team’s victory in the 400 relay. Cheverus’ time of 43.32 broke a 7-year-old Class A record, and the Stags went on to capture their first team championship since 1998.Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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    Isaac Yeboah, right, begins the anchor leg of the 400-meter relay after taking the baton from his twin brother, Elijah. The Stags set a Class A record with a time of 43.32 seconds. The Yeboahs also finished 1-2 in both hurdles races – won by Isaac – and were on the winning 1,600 relay team. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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    Tori Daigle and her Thornton Academy teammates dominated the long jump, taking the top four places to account for almost half of their team’s points on the way to the Class A title. Daigle won the event with a leap of 17 feet, 8 1/2 inches. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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    Thornton Academy’s Ali Pettaway takes the baton from Tori Daigle for the anchor leg of the 400-meter relay at the Class A track and field state championships Saturday at Windham High. The Trojans placed fifth in the event but won the team championship.Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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    Jake Dixon of Cheverus is congratulated by teammate Isaac Yeboah after winning the 400 meters. Dixon finished second in the 200 and helped the Stags win two relays.Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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