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For the second straight year, the high school state track and field meet will be four days
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For the second straight year, the high school state track and field meet will be four days

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State track and field, 5.22

Freeman's Holden Ruse (right) won the boys 800-meter run at the Class C state track and field meet on May 22 at Burke Stadium. 

For the second consecutive year, the high school state track and field meet will be held over four days at Burke Stadium in Omaha.

The NSAA board of directors approved the change by an 8-0 vote Thursday.

This year's meet begins with Classes A and B on Wednesday, May 18. Those two classes will finish the following day, and Classes C and D compete Friday and Saturday, May 20-21.

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* Unified bowling, which has grown to 67 schools, will add a second class. Girls wrestling is expected to have about 110 teams in its first season as a sanctioned sport.

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