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Lawrenceburg's Mason Parris parades the American flag around the mat after his first period pin to win the 125 kg class gold medal in Wednesday’s Junior World Wrestling Championships at Tallinn, Estonia. (Daniel Mitchell/United World Wrestling)

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Mason Parris of the USA hits a deep shot on Pasa Ekrem Karabulut of Turkey in Tuesday’s Junior World Wrestling Championships semifinals in the 125 kg class at Tallinn, Estonia. (Daniel Mitchell/United World Wrestling)

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Lawrenceburg’s Mason Parris smiles with his awards following a successful first wrestling season at the University of Michigan, where he led the Wolverines in wins (32) and falls (13) to merit Freshman of the Year honors. (UM Athletics)

PARRIS JUNIOR WORLD WRESTLING CHAMPION

From Univ. of Michigan

Wolverine Athletics

 

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Sunman’s Kathy Kramer smiled her way to a second consecutive 5K Walk SIRC-it series sweep in Saturday’s Bulldog Chase 5K at Batesville.

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Batesville’s Joshua Myers, 17, catches his break after winning the 19th annual Bulldog Chase 5K Run, while teammate Ean Loichinger finishes second.

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Past SIRC-it series women’s champion Lisa Andi, 37, of West Harrison, won again Saturday in Batesville's Bulldog Chase 5K Run.

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Batesville’s 17-year old Adam Hollowell took the 2019 SIRC-it 5K Run ovrall title with a total time of 1:33.38 for the 5-race series, including a fifth-place finish in the concluding Bulldog Chase 5K Run

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Lauren Kelly, 15, a Franklin County High School runner from Brookville, won the 2019 SIRC-it series women’s title with a combined time of 1:43.49 for all five races.

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Cincinnati’s Wayne Doehlman, 74, won the Men’s 70 & Up age group title in 23:48 in Saturday’s Bulldog Chase 5K Run at Batesville, but was the Men’s Real Winner for the 5-race series, registering 73.58% on the WMA age-graded scale.

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Kim Johnston, 48, of College Corner, Ohio, finished sec- ond on the 2019 SIRC-it series women’s leaderboard with a 5-race time of 1:44.16, but was the Women’s Real Winner on the World Masters Athletics age-graded scale, at 77.58%.

HOLLOWELL, KELLY 2019 SIRC-IT CHAMPS

BATESVILLE - Teen runners Adam Hollowell and Lauren Kelly held on to win the men’s and women’s championships as the 2019 Southeast Indiana Racing Circuit series sprinted to the finish line in Satur

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