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Champs wait, hope for season

Apr 2, 2020 Photo by Randy Tucker

Kaden Dower, second from right, won Class 1-A state championships last season in the 100- and 200-meter dashes for Western Heritage Lutheran Academy in Riverton, and he would be a favorite to defend both titles this year if the season is held. Due to coronavirus concerns, the state activities association has extended its moratorium on high school sports to April 20.

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Kaden Dower, second from right, won Class 1-A state championships last season in the 100- and 200-meter dashes for Western Heritage Lutheran Academy in Riverton, and he would be a favorite to defend both titles this year if the season is held. Due to coronavirus concerns, the state activities association has extended its moratorium on high school sports to April 20.

Kaden Dower, second from right, won Class 1-A state championships last season in the 100- and 200-meter dashes for Western Heritage Lutheran Academy in Riverton, and he would be a favorite to defend both titles this year if the season is held. Due to coronavirus concerns, the state activities association has extended its moratorium on high school sports to April 20.


Kaden Dower, second from right, won Class 1-A state championships last season in the 100- and 200-meter dashes for Western Heritage Lutheran Academy in Riverton, and he would be a favorite to defend both titles this year if the season is held. Due to coronavirus concerns, the state activities association has extended its moratorium on high school sports to April 20.

Kaden Dower, second from right, won Class 1-A state championships last season in the 100- and 200-meter dashes for Western Heritage Lutheran Academy in Riverton, and he would be a favorite to defend both titles this year if the season is held. Due to coronavirus concerns, the state activities association has extended its moratorium on high school sports to April 20.

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