Farrell Honored At Top Ten
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J. Levi Burnfin / The Courier
Amy Breigenzer stretches for the finish line of the 100-meter dash at the Top Ten meet in Glasgow on May 1.
Hundreds of athletes, coaches, parents and fans traversed the Scottie track on Saturday in the slowest lap in Top Ten history. But It was also one of the most important.
The lap was honoring long-time Scottie track coach Bob Farrell, who died in April. Farrell was the originator of the Top Ten meet format in Glasgow, a format that has been duplicated throughout the state.
This was the first meet without Farrell in attendance in some form.
“The lap meant a lot,” said Head Coach John LaBonty. “I’m hoping that that kind of closes things. It’s just been kind of tough.”
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