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By Andrew Christiansen

Battles shaping up in SCAC between and within teams


Andrew Christiansen

NEARLY A DEAD HEAT: Jordan Brokaw (right) edged Brian Golding (left) and John Stephens in the 110 meter hurdles.

The showdown between the top two sprinters in the SCAC, Riley Olney, of Zillah and Goldendale's Briley Cameron was a highlight of the first track meet of the year in Goldendale, last week. It was the first of three meets in the week for the Timberwolves who got busy in a hurry after spring break.

Cameron set personal records (PR) in the 100 and 200 meter races in Goldendale, but was trailing Olney, who also ran his best in both races. Olney's 11.0 seconds in the 100 meters tied him for the State lead in 1A. He is second in the 200 and Cameron is fourth in the State in both sprints.

Rachel Disch won the 100 in Goldendale in 13.45, but it was later in the week that she would set records in...

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