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June 11, 2014

Rueda column: There's no slowing down for Waseca's Shane Streich

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"I just have to make sure to keep icing and stretching my legs," Streich said. "And I have to keep rolling those knots out. Overall I feel pretty good."

Streich has not made any college visits yet and said he's in no hurry to make the decision on where he will be running in the fall of 2015.

"I'd like to run at the Division I level somewhere in the Midwest," he said. "But it's probably going to come down to what's the most affordable and where I feel is the best fit."

Jim Rueda is The Free Press sports editor. To contact him, send an email to jrueda@mankatofreepress.com or call 507-388-4355.

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