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Jordyn Hutchinson won the hammer toss and shot put as Mead won both team titles at the Mooberry Relays hosted by Rogers High School on Saturday.
Second-year Rogers coach Brent Palmer has had the chore of cultivating interest in a traditionally lean track and field program.
Gerry Lindgren, who ran the fastest 5,000 meters in high school history, almost single-handedly put Spokane running on the national map.
The Central Valley girls team rewrote most of the records and University senior Noah Martin continued his impressive season at Saturday’s 53rd Mooberry Relays.
Appropriately, a team that bases its success on depth, won going away Saturday at the 52nd annual Mooberry Relays at Rogers High School. The Central Valley girls, behind wins in the distance medley, the 4x800 relay and the 1,600 relay, piled up 120 points, winning by 31 points over runner-up Mead.
A lot was learned about how things are stacking up in Greater Spokane League track and field Saturday at the 49th annual Mooberry Relays. The final two weeks of league duals should be nothing short of entertaining.
All records are worth savoring, and some are even sweeter. With Spokane’s rich tradition of success in distance races and cross country, records can be hard to come by. And that’s one of the reasons Shadle Park’s Nathan Weitz and North Central’s Katie Knight were smiling after they shattered records in the Lindgren Mile, named after former Rogers star Gary Lindgren, at the sun-kissed Mooberry Relays Saturday at Whitworth University.