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TODD MILLES PASCO – Franklin Pierce’s Max Lutton saw a lot go out the window when he pulled up with a stress-fracture injury early this season. Gone were hopes of defending his Class 3A state 400-meter championship. Best-case scenario, there was an outside chance he could slip into the postseason on a relay team. Well, on the grandest stage Saturday – the final day of Star Track XXVI at Edgar Brown Stadium – a less-than-fully healthy Lutton was in his cardinal-colored uniform. He was warmed up. He was ready if the coach needed him. Ah, that guy – the coach happens to be his father, Howard.
By MICHAEL MCLAUGHLIN P-I REPORTER PASCO -- Moments after Garfield senior Bianca Greene crossed the finish line to give the Bulldogs the 4A 800-meter relay championship, she took off her shoes, grabbed several cups of water and doused her toes. "My feet are burning," Greene said. "It's getting real hot on the track." Actually, it was Greene who was burning up the track on day two of the 3A/4A state track and field championships as she won the Class 4A 100 (12.01), the 200 (24.20) and ran the final leg of the Bulldogs winning 800 relay team (1:41.54). Her time in the 200 was the seventh fastest in state history. Greene's effort helped the Bulldogs score 40 team points, good enough o put them in a tie for third with Hanford.