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Monroe wins 3,200 relay at Kansas
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Monroe senior Ethan Moehn runs the anchor leg of the 3,200 relay Saturday at the Kansas Relays. (Photo for the Times: Duke Goetz)
LAWRENCE, Kansas - Jake Hirsbrunner and the Monroe boys 3,200-meter relay team left no doubt that they will be a contender for a fourth straight state championship after winning the title at the Kansas Relays Saturday, April 19. Hirsbrunner teamed with senior Noah Tostrud, junior Cody Faust and senior Ethan Moehn to win the 3,200 relay at the 87th annual Kansas Relays for the second straight year, with a time of 8 minutes, 2.94 seconds, about one second ahead of Blue Springs. "Going in we knew it would take a little bit better effort than last year because there were some new and better teams," Hirsbrunner said.