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Mead doubles wins State 4A title; Track athletes do as well

PREPS • UPDATED: 3:20 P.M.; 4:35; 5:40

The Mead girls' doubles team of Katrina Schwab and Britta Stime defeated Erica Ehlo and Lyndi Seidensticker of Lewis and Clark, 6-7, 6-2, 6-3 to win the State 4A title. Schwab, a junior, and Stime, a sophomore, advanced through the two-day tournament, losing a set in both matches today.

UPDATE: North Central will play for third place in 3A softball after Kelsie Vallies threw a one-hitter to eliminate Bonney Lake 3-0. The Indians (23-5) will meet Sammamish (23-4) for third and fourth. UPDATE: The Indians who finish 23-6, earned fourth, losing 5-1 to Sammamish. It is NC's best softball finish ever. Shadle Park is leading the 4A title game 2-0 in the fifth.

UPDATE: Mead's Nikki Codd ran away with the girls' 4A 800-meter title, winning by more than two seconds. She also finished second in the 1600. Mead's girls also won the 4x400-meter relay en route to a second-place finish. Mt. Spokane's Jordan Roskelley vaulted 12 feet, 3 inches to win the 3A state title in the pole vault. The Wildcats finished third while North Central's boys claimed second, three points behind Everett.

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