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Shane Streich, left, and Keeghan Hurley ran to a photo finish in the state 1,600m final. Robert Williams/FOCUS

Perham's Hurley takes second place in 1,600 meters at state meet

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ST. PAUL – It was fitting that the first thing Perham senior Keeghan Hurley did after finishing second in the 1,600-meter run at Saturday’s Minnesota Class 1A state track and field meet was put on his Southern Utah University hat.

His time running at Perham had come to an end and in seven days his training begins to fulfill his dream to become an All-American and eventually an olympian.

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Chris Murphy
Chris Murphy is the Minnesota preps and Fargo Force beat reporter for the Forum. He's covered high school sports in Chicago, North Dakota and Minnesota for the last five years and, for some reason, has been given awards for doing so. If reading him in the paper and online isn't enough, you can read more of him at the Forum Preps Blog: http://forumpreps.areavoices.com/  
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