Running strong at Redmond Relays

  • Tuesday, March 20, 2018 2:50pm
  • Sports

Landon Johnson, 3, runs the obstacle course at Saturday’s Redmond Relays on the high school track. The fundraising and exhibition event featured Redmond High athletes, with races and field events for the entire community. Proceeds from the event — which also featured a silent auction — will support out-of-town travel expenses, team T-shirts and equipment needs for 175 co-ed track and field athletes. Redmond Super Jock ‘n Jill, Redmond Trader Joes and Plateau Runners supported the event. Photo courtesy of Stuart Lui

Redmond High’s Nicole Pangborn and Amelia Muscott run in the 4×400-meter relay on Saturday. More than 250 people — athletes, community participants and supporters — attended the event. “It was a great inaugural event. A lot of credit belongs to our booster club and coach Pete Whitmore for conceptualizing, organizing and bringing the event to fruition. But ultimately, it’s the community that supports the Redmond High School track program, athletes and coaches who made the Redmond Relays a success,” said coach Stuart Lui. Photo courtesy of Stuart Lui

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