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Schenectady Invy falls victim to dwindling entry list

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One of mid-season highlight events for Section II track and field has been postponed due to a low number of entries. Schenectady Invitational co-director Joe Yamin said the decades-old showcase, which was scheduled for Tuesday and Thursday, was called off after eight boys and 13 girls teams entered. An all-time low 33 teams competed last year inside and around the high school’s Larry Mulvaney Field. “Entries fund the meet. Being down to that number of ...


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