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Track competes at Brewster Relays

 


Raider Track traveled to Bridgeport April 8 to take part in the Brewster Relays.

All events were scored as relays, even the throwing events. As of deadline, Raider Head Coach Lori Adkins had no comment on the meet. On athletic.net neither Coach Adkins or Brewster has uploaded any results for the meet.

Nathan Morrell led the Raiders in the discus with a throw of 83 feet, 10 inches. Paladine Williams threw a personal record in the discus of 82 feet. Now Williams is reaching for the 85-foot throw.

In the shot put, Raider throwers complained of an inordinately slick ring, which resulted in shorter throws than expected. Nathaniel Hall ran his 4x100 relay split in the 11-second range, which gave him great confidence going into yesterday’s meet.

LR Track travelled to Davenport yesterday to take part in a Bi-County League meet. Local competition from Wilbur-Creston, Pateros, Republic, Mansfield, and Davenport were present. Panorama schools filled out the field.

On Saturday LR will travel to Quincy for the 15th Annual CliftonLarsenAllen Invitational.

Field Events will start at 10:30 a.m. with track events beginning at 11:30 a.m. The competition for Saturday is steep with seven of the eight Caribou Trail League schools present. From the Central Washington League, there will be Manson, Oroville, Pateros, and Soap Lake. From the Bi-County: Lind-Ritzville/Sprague, Odessa-Harrington, and Wilbur Creston. Ephrata, Othello, and Toppenish will compete from the 2A Central Washington Athletic Conference.

 

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