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Published: Saturday, April 14, 2012, 9:07 p.m.

Prep track: Pasco Invitational

At Edgar Brown Memorial Stadium
Team scores: Lake Stevens 7 (t-37th place), Jackson 1 (t-52nd)
60 teams participated
Top local finishers

400 relay-- Lake Stevens (Alan Schmekel, Paul LeBreche, Austin Otis, Jacob Baughman) 44.43; 400-- Schmekel (LS) 50.51; 300 hurdles-- Robert Lund (LS) 42.45; 800-- Celeb Mina (LS) 2:04.10;
3,200-- Aaron Roe (J) 9:37.06; 1,600 relay-- Lake Stevens (Schmekel, Stuart Hezlep, Beau Klick, Baughman) 3:38.54; Triple jump-- Hezlep (LS) 39-04.25; Discus-- Carey Campbell (LS) 125-03.
Team scores: Jackson 9 (t-28th place)
54 teams particpated
Top local finishers
1,600-- Kelsey Furland (J) 5:24.35;800-- Mary Charleson (J) 2;26.02; 3,200-- Jessica Rawlins (J) 11:44.99.

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