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Rifle team sets national record

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The Spokane Junior Rifle Team’s Gold team set a NRA Junior Team national record in winning the championship at the 2015 Washington State Indoor Smallbore Championship shot at the Spokane Rifle Club last month.The quartet of Randi Loudin, 18, Post Falls; Aidan Maddox, 15, Riverpoint Academy; Cassidy Wilson, 14, home-schooled; and Maliya Hillman, 16, Lewis and Clark, combined for a 4,450 score out of a possible 4,800 in the 3-position, .22-caliber rifle event.Loudin was high junior in the 3-position individual competition with an 1,131 out of 1,200; Maddox was first expert (1,125); and Wilson (1,101) was third expert. Other top-five SJRT 3-position placers: Mary Maystrovich, 15, Northwest Christian High School, 4th A Class; Mason Maystrovich, 13, NWC Middle School, 5th A Class; Justin Caviness, 15, Mead, 4th D Class. In the prone event, Michelle Maystrovich, 11, NWC Elementary, was first with 511 out of 600 and Ben Tafoya, 11, St. Aloysius, was second with 440.

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Hailey Johnson, a Washington State sophomore from Genesee, Idaho, was named to the Pac-12 Conference All-Academic first-team in swimming in her first year of eligibility. Johnson has a 3.86 grade-point average in biology.

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