Staff Reporter 

Cardinal runners return to state

Medical Lake boys top Bi-Districts, girls finish third at Plantes Ferry


Paul Delaney

Medical Lake's Tim Chernishoff and Riverside's Brandon Hartill battle it out as they head to the finish line last Saturday in the 1A Bi-District cross country race at Plantes Ferry Park in Spokane Valley. Hartill won in a photo finish by 16/100s of a second in the race for 10th place. Omak's Samuel Goble trailed by .48 seconds. All three will head to state in Pasco.

The Medical Lake Cardinals will return en force to the state cross country championships this Saturday at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco, this time with a legitimate chance at taking home the school's first title in the sport.

Following a predictable finish in last Saturday's Bi-District championships at windy Plantes Ferry Park with a team and individual win in 1A boys, the Cardinals head to Pasco as one of the teams to beat.

With junior Micah Dingfield leading the way in the boys' competition with a time of 16 minutes, 38.89 seconds and taking the individual championship, the Cardinals...

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