Tates Creek’s Kyle Sprague, who finished third, leads eventual winner and teammate Alex Mortimer and Lafayette’s Caleb Joy, who was second, in the boys’ 1600 meters during the city track meet at Henry Clay on Tuesday.
Tates Creek’s Kyle Sprague, who finished third, leads eventual winner and teammate Alex Mortimer and Lafayette’s Caleb Joy, who was second, in the boys’ 1600 meters during the city track meet at Henry Clay on Tuesday. Matt Goins
Tates Creek’s Kyle Sprague, who finished third, leads eventual winner and teammate Alex Mortimer and Lafayette’s Caleb Joy, who was second, in the boys’ 1600 meters during the city track meet at Henry Clay on Tuesday. Matt Goins

Tates Creek earns its first sweep of Fayette County Championships

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