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Putnam County Track and Field Championship: Cresce...
As the only lights on an otherwise dark Palatka High School track were beamed from the adjacent ...
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Putnam County Boys Weightlifting Tournament: Rams ...
Little guys gave a big lift to the Interlachen High School weightlifting team on Thursday. The R...
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