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By Andrew Christiansen

Cameron finally breaks Olney's hold on sprints at sub-district


Andrew Christiansen

MAIN COMPETITION: Brian Golding passes the baton to Goldendale's Kenner Milliren as the Timberwolf 4x100 relay team tries to catch the Zillah Leopards, at right. Zillah has the top performance in 16 of the 35 events for boys and girls in the SCAC, including boys 4x100.

People around the league have been keeping an eye on the main event in SCAC track this year, the battle between Goldendale sprinter, Briley Cameron and Zillah speedster, Riley Olney. The two have squared off six times in the 100 meters and five times in the 200 meters this year. Until last Friday, Olney placed first and Cameron was second in each of those events. Cameron has kept the pressure on the Zillah runner, particularly in the 100 meters where he has lost by less than a tenth of a second, four times.

It looked like another round was going to Olney at last Friday's sub-district meet in Goldendale. Olney again won the 100 meters by the slimmest of margins, 11.06 seconds to Cameron's...

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Maryjean writes:

Billie Jo Risheim WON the 300 hurdles and was third in 100 hurdles to qualify in both.


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