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Keeghan Hurley joined teammates Jayden Cullen and Billy Beseman on the podium at St. Olaf as top 10 finishers winning the Class A state championship. Robert Williams/FOCUS

Hurley, Yellowjackets back up season success with two titles

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NORTHFIELD — In late August, Keeghan Hurley made a bold claim that he was going out to win every race and the state title this year.


Aside from the Griak Invitational, which was won by Class 2A state champion Ali Obsa, Hurley did just that and in convincing fashion Saturday afternoon.

“It was such a special moment for the team to repeat; it’s just a perfect day,” Hurley said. “It was so much fun to end it that way.”

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Robert Williams
Robert is the Sports Editor of Detroit Lakes Newspapers. Williams worked prior in Perham for the Focus, a Forum Communications newspaper, from 2010-14. 
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