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Track and Field: Domier places 5th in Elite Meet

The Wolverines next compete Tuesday, May 3, in Sebeka.

A pole vaulter.
The Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines.
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ST. PAUL — Brady Domier and Lyrik Haug traveled to Hamline University on Friday, April 29, for the Hamline Elite Meet.
While Lyrik qualified in high jump, he was unable to compete due to an injury. Domier competed and placed fifth in the pole vault with his 14-foot jump, which tied his school record.
This is the biggest individual qualifier meet in the state. There are no classes, so those who qualify are competing against the best of the best in the state.

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