Members of Redmond High School’s 4x400 relay teams pose on the podium after last Friday’s 4A district track and field meet held at the Southwest Athletic Complex in West Seattle. Both teams finished first and will compete in the state meet this coming Thursday-Saturday at Mount Tahoma High in Tacoma. Pictured from left are: front, Anna Petrbokova, Sophie Rouse, Liv Wreggelsworth and Marie Petrbokova (4:04.27), and back, George Cretu, Carson Lui, Asres Morris and Eli Jones (3:25.47). In addition to the 4x400 relay teams, individual events entrants and their qualifying finishes at district include: Marie Petrbokova (200 – first, 26.25), Weston Ford (high jump – first, 6-02), Catalina Montanez (300 hurdles – second), Piper Ferch (long jump – second), Lili Hargreaves (1600 and 3200 – third and second), Lui (400 – third) and Dereje Himbago (3200 – third). Naho Masaki, Joanna Gormley and Jacob Raasch are also eligible to compete as alternates on the relay teams. Photo courtesy of Stuart Lui

Members of Redmond High School’s 4x400 relay teams pose on the podium after last Friday’s 4A district track and field meet held at the Southwest Athletic Complex in West Seattle. Both teams finished first and will compete in the state meet this coming Thursday-Saturday at Mount Tahoma High in Tacoma. Pictured from left are: front, Anna Petrbokova, Sophie Rouse, Liv Wreggelsworth and Marie Petrbokova (4:04.27), and back, George Cretu, Carson Lui, Asres Morris and Eli Jones (3:25.47). In addition to the 4x400 relay teams, individual events entrants and their qualifying finishes at district include: Marie Petrbokova (200 – first, 26.25), Weston Ford (high jump – first, 6-02), Catalina Montanez (300 hurdles – second), Piper Ferch (long jump – second), Lili Hargreaves (1600 and 3200 – third and second), Lui (400 – third) and Dereje Himbago (3200 – third). Naho Masaki, Joanna Gormley and Jacob Raasch are also eligible to compete as alternates on the relay teams. Photo courtesy of Stuart Lui

Stable of Mustangs qualify for state track and field meet

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Members of Redmond High School’s 4×400 relay teams pose on the podium after last Friday’s 4A district track and field meet held at the Southwest Athletic Complex in West Seattle. Both teams finished first and will compete in the state meet this coming Thursday-Saturday at Mount Tahoma High in Tacoma. Pictured from left are: front, Anna Petrbokova, Sophie Rouse, Liv Wreggelsworth and Marie Petrbokova (4:04.27), and back, George Cretu, Carson Lui, Asres Morris and Eli Jones (3:25.47). In addition to the 4×400 relay teams, individual events entrants and their qualifying finishes at district include: Marie Petrbokova (200 – first, 26.25), Weston Ford (high jump – first, 6-02), Catalina Montanez (300 hurdles – second), Piper Ferch (long jump – second), Lili Hargreaves (1600 and 3200 – third and second), Lui (400 – third) and Dereje Himbago (3200 – third). Naho Masaki, Joanna Gormley and Jacob Raasch are also eligible to compete as alternates on the relay teams. Photo courtesy of Stuart Lui

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