3A/4A Regionals - Track

May 18, 2013 3:36 p.m.  •  0 comments

Here is a gallery of photos from the 3A/4A Regional track meet held Friday and Saturday, May 17 and 18 at Spokane Falls Community College. Top runners, jumps and throwers earned a berth to the state tournament.

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Mead’s Blase Neumann slips over a 14‘6” bar in the pole vault.

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Gonzaga Prep’s Jack Bamis soars from the line 22‘4” on one of his long jumps in the 4A/3A track regionals.

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Central Valley’s Mariah Cunningham, left, celebrates her 5‘4” height in the 4A high jump with teammate Keann White. Cunningham’s height was good enough for second and a trip to state.

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Mead’s Andrew Gardner, left, pours on the speed in the home stretch to win the 4A boys 1600m run.

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Mead’s Davian Barlow celebrates as his name appears on the scoreboard as winner of the 4A 100m dash Saturday, May 18, 2013 at the 3A/4A Regionals in track at Spokane Falls Community College.

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Mead’s Davian Barlow, center, leans at the tape for a photo-finish win over Alex Tullos, left, of Ferris and Walla Walla competitors at right in the 4A 100m dash.

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University High School’s Eddie Gonzalez clears 6 feet 7 inches in the 3A high jump to win the event and qualify for state, along with Rogers’ Carson Murray and Shadle’s Cole Jensen.

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North Central’s Sabrina Keys lets loose in the 3A shot put, an event she won at the 4A/3A track regionals.

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Central Valley’s Parker Bowden, left, inches ahead of Mead’s Sam Johnson, right, in the 4A 110m hurdles. Both will go to state.

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North Central’s Katie Knight, right, is paced by Kamiakin’s Megan Beauchene, left, on the third lap of the 3A girls 1600m run.

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North Central’s Katie Knight, left, one of the top runners in the state of Washington, opens a wide lead over Megan Beauchene, right, of Kamiakin in the home stretch to win the 3A girls 1600m run.

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Central Valley’s Parker Bowden, right, hugs second-place finisher Mead’s Sam Johnson, front, at the finish line after Bowden won the 110m hurdles.

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Ferris’ Damon Unland goes into his spin in the 4A discus and bested the field by throwing more than 176 feet.

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