With Meet of Champions behind them, Spartans look to districts

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  • (Photo by KYLE CAJERO) Teagun Holycross runs the 300 meter hurdles at the Meet of Champions on May 2.

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    (Photo by KYLE CAJERO) Priest River junior Cassidy Prudek runs the 100 meter hurdles on May 2.

  • (Photo by KYLE CAJERO) Teagun Holycross runs the 300 meter hurdles at the Meet of Champions on May 2.

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    (Photo by KYLE CAJERO) Priest River junior Cassidy Prudek runs the 100 meter hurdles on May 2.

Like Priest Riverís Teagun Holycross and Cassidy Prudek know best, clearing the last hurdle doesnít mean the race is finished.

With the Meet of Champions behind them, Priest River track and field will sprint their way towards the proverbial finish line at the 3A District 1 meet tomorrow, which will be held at Timberlake High School.

For most of the team, districts will be the last meet of the season. Yet for a few standouts, districts will be a chance to improve their lane assignments and seeding for the state meet next week at Middleton High School, down in Boise

By now, the names are second-nature. Thereís sprinter/hurdler Teagun Holycross, who nearly broke 40 seconds in the 300 meter hurdles at the Meet of Champions last Thursday with a 40.98.

Or thereís throwing extraordinaire Colby Poe, who is also a lock for both throws.

The girls distance runners of Annika Rantala and Sharnai Hogan, however, could sneak into state in the 1600. Rantala is a lock for the 3200.

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