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District college notes: Green qualifies for nationals

| Tuesday, June 3, 2014, 10:51 p.m.

Hanna Green, a 2013 Latrobe graduate and Virginia Tech freshman, qualified for the NCAA track and field nationals in the women's 800-meter run by running a personal best 2 minutes, 5.36 seconds.

She placed ninth at the Eastern Regionals in Jacksonville, Fla. last week.

Nationals will be held in Eugene, Ore. from June 11-14.

Graytok picks Juniata

Greensburg Central Catholic seniors Brian Graytok of Latrobe and Billy Hipp of Johnstown will play college basketball at Juniata. Teammate Christian Hyland announced that he will play at Pitt-Greensburg.

The trio played a big role in the success of GCC this season. The Centurions lost in the WPIAL Class AA finals and PIAA semifinals to Seton-La Salle.

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