Four Wampus Cats earn state spots

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(Courtesy photo) Clark Fork senior Hunter Boudousquie, pictured earlier in the season against two 4A Lakeland sprinters, qualified for the 1A state track tournament in the 200 (24.15) and the long jump (19-8) on Saturday. Emily Garman (100 hurdles and 300 hurdles), Sara Hathaway (100 meters, 100 hurdles, high jump) and Nona Young (shot put) also qualified, giving the Wampus Cats the highest number of state track participants in several years. State will be held on Friday and Saturday in Middleton.

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