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www.LovellChronicle.com May 27, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 9 Flying like the wind Lovell High School track teams finish first and second at the 2010 Wyoming 2A State Trace Meet LoveI! senior Katie Walker reaches for extra distance in the triple jump competition Saturday morning at the state track meet. Always a successful triple jumper, Walker wrapped up her career with a strong second-place finish in the event, leaping 34-9. Lovell junior Karen Koritnik looks totally focused as she powers over a hurdle during the preliminaries of the 300-meter low hurdles Friday morning in Casper, Koritnik won the event with a time of 46.66 on Saturday, one of four first-place medals she earned at the state track meet. Lovell High School throwing coach Chad Lindsay, right, embraces his protgd and brother-in-law Tyler Anderson after Anderson's final throw of his high school career in the shot put competition Friday Lovell senior Stephanie Green reaches for a landing during the triple jump competition Saturday morning at the state track meet. Green finished her career with a personal-best jump of 32-8. Sophomore Colin May glides around the corner during the 1,600 meters Saturday afternoon at the state track meet, with fellow sophomore Collin McArthur not far behind. May and McArthur eventually placed third and fourth, respectively, in the metric mile. PHOTOS BY DAVID PECK Lovell freshman Cody Savage looks like he's performing a gravity- defying move from the movie "The Matrix  as he eyes a landing during the triple jump competition Friday morning in Casper. Savage won the event with a leap of 41-18A. Lovell senior Keesha Savage flings the discus during state track meet competition Friday morning in Casper. She threw a personal-record 93-5 in the event.