Rockets revved and read to run

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Shipley, Barry, lots of veterans lead teams

By Josh Cook

The Shelby County track & field teams return one state champion as well as an ample amount of athletes from squads that finished in the top five in the region.

The boys, led by eventual 300-meter hurdle state champ Zach Shipley, placed fourth at the Class AA, Region 3 meet last year.

“We’re looking pretty decent on the track, but in the field we’re kind of young,” Rockets Coach Nick Edwards said.

The Shelby girls finished fifth at the region last season, and Edwards said, they could contend for a spot in the top three this spring.

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