Cards qualify dozen for Bi-District track
Medical Lake came away from the district track meet last Saturday at Newport and will be well represented at Bi-Districts featuring competition from the Caribou Trail League this Saturday at Riverside High School.
“We qualified 12 athletes to Bi-Districts next week,” co-head coach Gene Blankenship said. The boys’ team finished fourth, two points out of third while the girls were sixth.
The performance of the day went to Tellas Johnson who broke the school record in the 100 meters with a hand timed 10.6-second time and automatic time of 10.82. Johnson also anchored the winning 4x100,...
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