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Medical Lake track will rely on distance, sprints for success

If field events improve, so will Cardinals, coach says


File photo Medical Lake's Micah Dingfield, a distance ace from the Cardinals' state cross country champs, is trying to work himself back into shape – and put a smile back on his face – after suffering a stress fracture in his foot.

Medical Lake co-head track coach Gene Blankenship has a couple of scenarios he's looking at for the upcoming season that kicked off yesterday (Wednesday, April 16).

If the team performs as it has so far through a handful of invitational events they'll compete amongst the middle of the pack in the Northeast A League.

However, if he and his other co-coach Steven Keith, can coax a little more distance out of field events, they just might challenge the top teams, specifically, Freeman.

The Cardinals will have some kind of idea where they stand after their opener at Newport that includes Kettle...

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