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    Gardiner graduate Nate Sergent set the state record in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 38.28 during the 1998 season. After 22 years, the record still stands.

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    Gardiner graduate Nate Sergent nabbed four individual Class A titles in 1998, holding on to two state records for more than 20 years. His mark in the 300-meter hurdles still stands to this day.

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    Gardiner's Nate Sergent pushes ahead of Sanford's Charlie Tarbox and Cheverus' Alvin Weisberg to win the 110-meter dash at the 1997 Class A track championships.

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    Gardiner graduate Nate Sergent stands on top of the podium after a race. Sergent would go on to hold two state records for more than 20 years, one of which still stands today.

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    The track wasn't the only sport in which Gardiner graduate Nate Sergent dominated. Sergent was the winner of the 1997 Fitzpatrick Trophy, given to the state's top senior high school football player. Here, Sergent, right, avoids a tackle from Cony's Mike Smith during a 1997 game.

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    Gardiner graduate Nate Sergent held two state outdoor track and field records for more than 20 years, one of which still stands to this day.

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