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Deerfield-Windsor boys looking to end track title drought

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ALBANY, GA (WALB) - The Deerfield-Windsor boys track team has their eyes on the AAA team title at the GISA state track meet this weekend.

The Knights haven't won a state track title since 1986.

They roll into the state meet after winning every event in the region meet last week.

Deerfield-Windsor track coach says the speed of Tony Zenon and Andy Clack and the strength of Brad Lanier and Lee Spratling in the field events are the strengths of his team.

Another strength is that most the Knights track team know what is takes to win a state championship.

Head coach Craig Rhodes said. "A lot of these kids played on the football team that won a state championship. Their goal this year was to win the region and win a state title. That has kind of been our number one goal. We have talked it about it all year."

The finals in the field events are Friday.

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