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  • Track Star Kent Herkenrath Succumbs To Cancer

    For Texas.

    Track Star Kent Herkenrath Succumbs To Cancer
    Kent Herkenrath, one of the most versatile sprinters during the early days of San Jose State’s “Speed City” dominance in track and field who later went on ...

  • #2
    Can't get the page to fully open in any browser, so don't know what it says. Kent was great guy, used to have beers with him after 49er games at the local watering hole. Ran a huge memorabilia shop, that included great collection of Olympic pins.

    I think he'd be embarrased to be called "star"; he was good, but best credential a 4th in the '58 NCAA 220 hurdles.

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    • #3
      Bad link. Try this one:

      http://www.sjsuspartans.com/ViewArticle ... PSID=29473

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      • #4
        The sub-40 relay team citation requires clarification; that was a 39.7 around one turn (acceptable at the time) behind WR 39.6 for Texas at the '59 California Relays. Around two curves, not a sub-40 in all likelihood.

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