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Baldwin High girls at state track

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The Baldwin High School girls' track and field team won the Class 4A state championship Saturday night in Wichita. It was the first-ever state title in track for BHS girls' coach Ted Zuzzio, seated far right.

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State track champions

Baldwin High girls, Zuzzio win first-ever title

WICHITA — Ted Zuzzio has been coaching Baldwin High School track and field twice as many years as many of his athletes have been alive. To be exact, Zuzzio just completed his 34th year at the helm. It was arguably his most accomplished season as the Bulldogs’ coach, as his girls’ team brought home the first-ever Class 4A girls’ state championship Saturday.

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State track blog: Day 2 — BHS girls take state

WICHITA — Baldwin High School girls’ track and field team won the Class 4A state championship by a nose — or 0.03 seconds to be precise. In the final race of the night, the BHS girls’ 1,600-meter relay edged out a victory over Colby.

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