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Fast lane



Scarborough junior Molly Murnane, above, talks with head girls’ indoor track coach Ron Kelly after winning the 55-meter dash with a time of 7.23 seconds, just shy of the Class A record. Murnane also placed third in the 200-meter dash and third in the 400-meter dash as the Red Storm tied Cheverus for the state indoor championship. At right, Scarborough High School sophomore Jarett Flaker (right) smiles alongside fellow teammate, sophomore Ben Hatch and Cheverus sophomore Sean Tompkins, after winning the Class A boys 55-meter dash in 6.50 seconds, a Class A record. Hatch placed fourth in the race and Scarborough won its third consecutive indoor title. (Michael Kelley photos) Scarborough junior Molly Murnane, above, talks with head girls’ indoor track coach Ron Kelly after winning the 55-meter dash with a time of 7.23 seconds, just shy of the Class A record. Murnane also placed third in the 200-meter dash and third in the 400-meter dash as the Red Storm tied Cheverus for the state indoor championship. At right, Scarborough High School sophomore Jarett Flaker (right) smiles alongside fellow teammate, sophomore Ben Hatch and Cheverus sophomore Sean Tompkins, after winning the Class A boys 55-meter dash in 6.50 seconds, a Class A record. Hatch placed fourth in the race and Scarborough won its third consecutive indoor title. (Michael Kelley photos)

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