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Updated: 04/29/2013 08:27:39PM

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Lemon bay's Nicole Mis, (324), right runs in second place in the early stages of the Girls 1600 Meter Run finals nduring the FHSAA Class 2A Track & Field Finals at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida Saturday April 27, 2013.(Kelly Jordan)

Lemon Bay runner Abigayle Weinfeld, (326), runs the during the first leg of the Girls 4 X 800 Meter relay FHSAA Class 2A Track & Field Finals at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida Saturday April 27, 2013.(Kelly Jordan)

Lemon Bay runner Sydni Ogilvie, (325) hands the baton off to her teammate Haley Blem, (322) as they run the Girls 4 X 800 Meter relay final during the FHSAA Class 2A Track & Field Finals at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida Saturday April 27, 2013.(Kelly Jordan)

By Laurie Walmer

Sun Correspondent

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JACKSONVILLE — The Lemon Bay High School girls track team accomplished more than it expected in the Class 2A state finals Saturday at the University of North Florida.

Led by sophomore Nicole Mis and freshman Abby Weinfeld — who both ran in three events — the Manta Rays earned medals in every race they entered and finished sixth in the team standings. Plantation-American Heritage took top honors at the meet, besting the second-place team by 48 points.

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