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Lincoln Southwest sophomore Kate Dilsaver won’t be moving into the girls 200-meter all-time charts, at least not this week.

The Nebraska Track & Field Festival meet officials reviewed the 200 race on Thursday night after the event at Papillion-La Vista South and released revised results on Friday. Dilsaver won the race in 25.02 seconds, not the :24.42 that the results showed immediately after the race.

The :24.42 would’ve put Dilsaver seventh on the all-time charts and would’ve been the third-fastest electronic time in state history. Second-place Tate Norblade of Papillion-La Vista South is now credited with a :25.23 instead of :24.65 and third-place Lauren Houston of Omaha Marian is at :25.39 instead of :24.82.

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Ron Powell is a longtime prep writer for the Journal Star. He covers high school football, boys basketball and track as well as state college football and Husker and professional tennis.

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