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Sports Tri Cities Track Wrap Up Press Realease, Tri-Cities Her Apr 17, 2008

Latest News on HS Track and Field from Sports Tri Cities Track Prep notebook: Pasco Invite set for Saturday Published Thursday, Apr. 17, 2008 The 47th running of the Pasco Invitational is Saturday, and while fewer schools than in years past will be at Edgar Brown Stadium, more athletes will compete than a year ago.

State cross country race by race w/ results Press Realease, Tri-Cities Her Nov 4, 2006

Boys class 4A This is getting to be an annual occurrence in the Ferris-Mead rivalry -- the Panthers win the regional title and the Saxons get their revenge at state. The scenario played out for the third straight season as Ferris avenged a one-point loss last week in Yakima, blowing away Mead to win the school\'s sixth state title and reassert the Saxons\' claim as the No. 1 team in the nation -- an honor they held until Mead wrested it away. \"We definitely wanted to come back this week and prove we\'re No. 1,\" said race winner Cameron Quackenbush. \"That was our main focus.\" Quackenbush also felt he had something to prove after finishing sixth at regionals. The senior took over the race right before the 2-mile mark and held off Joey Bywater, the Lake Stevens junior who won last spring\'s 3,200-meter state title, by four seconds in 15:44. \"I didn\'t like how I finished at regionals,\" he said. \"I wanted to come in here and redeem myself and show what I\'m capable of.\"

Tri-Cities Prep freshman wins BML district meet Press Realease, Tri-Cities Her Oct 31, 2006

By the Herald staff POMEROY -- Tri-Cities Prep freshman Carina Leon won the Blue Mountain district meet, beating Waitsburg freshman Maya Garcia by 9 seconds to become the first Prep runner to qualify for state. Leon finished the 5-kilometer course in 21 minutes, 56 seconds. Five area runners qualified for next week\'s 2B-1B state meet in Pasco, while Prep freshman Samuel Mota-Martinez narrowly missed a spot in the boys race, finishing 12 seconds back of the final berth in sixth place.

Tri-Cities Prep freshman wins BML district meet Press Realease, Tri-Cities Her Oct 29, 2006

By the Herald staff POMEROY -- Tri-Cities Prep freshman Carina Leon won the Blue Mountain district meet, beating Waitsburg freshman Maya Garcia by 9 seconds to become the first Prep runner to qualify for state. Leon finished the 5-kilometer course in 21 minutes, 56 seconds. Five area runners qualified for next week\'s 2B-1B state meet in Pasco, while Prep freshman Samuel Mota-Martinez narrowly missed a spot in the boys race, finishing 12 seconds back of the final berth in sixth place.

Postseason kicks off with CBL district cross country meets Press Realease, Tri-Cities Her Oct 21, 2006

The prep postseason begins today with the Columbia Basin League district cross country championships at Walla Walla Point Park in Wenatchee and the Blue Mountain League meet in Waitsburg. The CBL meet begins at 3 p.m. with the 3A girls race, following by the 4A girls, 3A boys and 4A boys. Unlike the past two years, the race will not serve as a regional qualifier; all teams will participate a week from Saturday at the Eastern Regionals at Franklin Park in Yakima. Most teams like having the district meet at Walla Walla Point Park, a relatively flat course that provides a nice warmup for next week\'s more demanding setup.

Roundup: Kamiakin boys win without Scott Press Realease, Tri-Cities Her Oct 14, 2006

he Kamiakin boys won the CBL 3A dual-meet title by defeating Southridge at a seven-team meet in Sunnyside. The Braves won despite being without the injured Derek Scott, led by third-place finisher Brad Young. The Walla Walla girls won the CBL 4A title, edging Richland 29-30 at a meet in Yakima. Wa-Hi had its top three runners, led by Denali Molitor in fourth, ahead of Richland\'s No. 1.