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Gaskins, who wound up working his final college game with Northcott in the 2002 Orange Bowl to end a 17-year career as a Pac-10 football official, died Thursday at his Pullman home with his wife of 56 years, Felica, two children and five grandchildren by his side.
With the pandemic still shutting down high school sports in the state, it’s good to find a little normalcy.
A world record broken after 16 years. An eighth fastest run all-time in another event. A European record run by a teenager. Several world-leading performances.
Schweyen announced his resignation on Thursday.
In its 35th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, the Gatorade Co. today announced Allie Janke of North Central as its 2019-20 Gatorade Washington Girls Track & Field Athlete of the Year for the second year in a row.
Reigning world champion Christian Coleman insists a simple phone call from drug testers while he was out Christmas shopping could’ve prevented the latest misunderstanding about his whereabouts – one he fears could lead to a suspension.
The days set aside for the state’s track and field championship meets, sometimes referred to as Memorial Day Weekend, came and went, passing with a few melancholy sighs over what might have been. Athletically, at least.
It turns out a canceled national championship didn’t prevent track and field athletes their opportunity to earn All-America recognition.
Barville was primed to be one of the region’s top 800-meter runners this spring, but the coronavirus pandemic canceled his final try at a state medal.
From Gerry Lindgren seeming to float over long distances to the power of Becca Noble blasting down the stretch, Rogers High School has two of the most iconic track and field record holders of any high school, let alone the Greater Spokane League.
This was to be the 25th year the WIAA has had one of its state high school track and field meets on the campus of Eastern Washington University and Roos Field, and before that when it was known as Woodward Field.
I was late leaving the finish line at then-Woodward Field to get to the discus circle inside the opposite corner at the Frontier League track and field meet at Eastern Washington University.
For Central Valley distance runner Tyler Hunter, the “what if” caused by the pandemic might have been a school or league record in the 1,600- or 3,200-meter races.
This is when the cold, windy, wet days of spring are forgotten as coaches prepare to load up their best athletes for state championships.
Missoula Sentinel senior Lauren Heggen won't get the chance to break any more state records this spring before heading off to Seattle to compete as a Washington Husky.
“There’s definitely going to be some goals left unchecked because of the coronavirus,” North Central standout Allie Janke said.
When a distance runner wins four medals at the small school state track championships, it doesn’t make much of a ripple.
The track world championships have been rescheduled for July 15-24, 2022 in Eugene, Oregon.
Taking social distancing to heart, and utilizing his technology skills, a local track and field coach created the 2020 Social Distance Virtual Track Meet.
Like those on college campuses across the country, the Whitworth fields and courts are all but empty these days.