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Lincoln High's DeFrand records fastest electronic time in state history in the girls 100
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Lincoln High's DeFrand records fastest electronic time in state history in the girls 100

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Dajaz DeFrand, 4.7

Lincoln High sprinter Dajaz DeFrand ran the fastest electronic time in state history in the girls 100-meter dash Thursday at the Grand Island Invitational.

Lincoln High’s Dajaz DeFrand recorded the fastest electronic time in state high school history in the girls 100-meter dash Thursday, winning the event at the Grand Island Invitational track meet in 11.67 seconds.

That edges out the :11.68 that Brownell Talbot’s Sarah Lyons ran in 2006. DeFrand is now fourth on the state’s all-time charts behind three :11.6 hand times by Omaha Northwest’s Mikaela Perry in 1993, Boys Town’s Cairia Snoddy in 1998 and Mitchell’s Katy Jay in 1999.

DeFrand, a junior, also won the 200 at Grand Island (:25.33) and anchored the Links’ victorious 400 relay (:48.93).

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