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Kewaunee boys win Packerland title

Algoma claims third consecutive girls championship

12:15 PM, May 16, 2013
Running anchor, Caleb Johnson of Kewaunee is all smiles after finishing first in the 400-meter relays during the Packerland Conference Meet on Monday, May 13, 2013, in Algoma. Johnson teamed with Brandon Squires, Austin Richard and Ben Miller. Tina M. Gohr/Gannett Wisconsin Media
Running anchor, Caleb Johnson of Kewaunee is all smiles after finishing first in the 400-meter relays during the Packerland Conference Meet on Monday, May 13, 2013, in Algoma. Johnson teamed with Brandon Squires, Austin Richard and Ben Miller. Tina M. Gohr/Gannett Wisconsin Media
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The Kewaunee boys track and field team has captured its first Packerland Conference title since 1996. The Storm's team score of 187.5 gave them a 42.5-point victory May 13 over Southern Door (145) in the Packerland Outdoor Championships at Algoma High School.

Sturgeon Bay took third place (127.5) and Algoma grabbed fourth (114.5). Gibraltar (79.5), Oconto (22), and Sevastopol (14) rounded out the field.

Kewaunee's relay teams buoyed the Storm's championship performance, by taking first place in three events. ...

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