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Basehor-Linwood sophomore Dakkota Edmonds charges to the finish line during her preliminary heat of the 100-meter dash at the Bobcat Relays. It took meet records by Danyelle Cole of Piper to beat Edmonds in the 100 and 200. Edmonds also broke the previous meet records in both events while collecting a pair of second-place finishes.


cole525 8 years, 2 months ago

First off Danyelle Cole would have beat Dakkota without breaking records. It was not even close in either race. This is no knock on Dakkota, but to say that it took records to beat her is just not true. If you read the way it's stated you would think she had lost to Dakkota before, which has never happened. They really need to get rid of the hand times at the Bobcat invitational. It's very misleading. That's why when some of these sprinters get to state they get a rude awakening and wonder why they get beat so bad.


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