Blackhawk girls looking for big things in big meets


Sanne Holland

As much as Cheney girls’ track head coach Tom Stralser is uncertain about his team’s chances at winning a sixth consecutive Great Northern League and District 7 championship, he does feel pretty good about some of the Blackhawks winning something a tad bigger – a state title.

Stralser thinks the Blackhawks have a chance to produce four, five or six 2A state champions at the Memorial Day meet at Mt. Tahoma High School in Tacoma. Cheney returns five All-GNL first team members, one of whom did win a state title last year in the 3,200 meters – Colorado State University bound runner, sen...

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