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Stumbaugh Sets Mark, In Second After Day 1

Posted: May 16, 2013 at 4 a.m.

Payton Stumbaugh reaches up high during her long jump attempt Wednesday at the Ramay Junior High School track and field complex in Fayetteville during Day 1 of the decathlon and heptathlon state meets.
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Payton Stumbaugh reaches up high during her long jump attempt Wednesday at the Ramay Junior High School track and field complex in Fayetteville during Day 1 of the decathlon and heptathlon state meets.

Springdale Har-Ber’s Payton Stumbaugh started defense of her Arkansas High School Heptathlon title on the right foot, but she finished the first day sitting in second place.

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