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Ashland sweeps relocated Kraemer

 

April 28, 2018

Jason Juno/Daily Globe

Hurley's Isaac DeCarlo, left, and Bessemer's Brayden Tomes race to the finish line in the 200-meter dash at Friday's Kraemer Invitational at Ashland. DeCarlo edged Tomes for the win.

ASHLAND, Wis. - While Ironwood's signature track-and-field meet had an Ashland feel, from the location to the team champions, the Red Devils still put their mark on Friday's Jack Kraemer Invitaitonal.

Ironwood's Nick Niemi won the 800 and 1,600 meter runs against some of the best competition he will face this year, leading the boys team to a third-place finish.

The 39th annual Kraemer will go down in history as the first Kraemer to be held outside of Ironwood, thanks to a late snowmelt. In the past, the event has been canceled altogether when winter overstays its welcome, but with Ashland'...



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