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The Los Alamos Hilltopper girls and boys track and field teams both kept their undefeated streaks alive at Saturday’s District 2-4A meet.
This year’s meet was hosted by the Santa Fe Demons.
Los Alamos’ girls, who are again the team to beat heading into the state Class 4A meet this weekend, won a comfortable victory, scoring 196 points to defeat runner-up Santa Fe by 72 points in the final standings.
The Hilltopper boys, meanwhile, crushed all comers, outscoring the Nos. 2 and 3 finishers, Capital and Santa Fe, put together. They finished with 192 points.
Los Alamos hasn’t lost — or even been seriously challenged — at the 2-4A meet since the district was formed in 2001.
At the meet, Laura Wendelberger won all four of her individual events, including the high jump, long jump, 100-meter hurdles and 300-meter hurdles.
Hilltopper head coach Paul Anderson, who has never had a team finish worse than third in his 14 years of leading the girls program, said he was glad to see several of his athletes qualify at the district meet — the top two district finishers move on to state regardless of their finishing marks — but knows there are bigger fish to fry this week.
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