Wampus Cats sending four to state track

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(Photo by ERIC PLUMMER) Senior Emily Garman, left, and freshman Sara Hathaway have been neck and neck all season, and both could challenge for a podium spot in the 100 hurdles at state. Garman will also do the 300 hurdles, Hathaway the 100 and high jump, senior Hunter Boudousquie the long jump and 200, and senior Nona Young the shot put as the Cats will send the most athletes to state in years. “I am very excited and happy for this many seniors to make it. Nona Young and Hunter Boudousquie have worked very hard this year,” said Cats head track coach Brenda Haase, who feels a good performance could net a state medal or two. “Sara Hathaway in high jump, especially if she reaches 4-10. Also Sara and Emily in the 100 hurdles, clean race clearing hurdles without hitting any. Hunter Boudousquie in the long jump. He is aggressive on the runway and is prone to over-step the board. If he can combine his impressive speed with good control he could easily clear 20 feet.” The 1A state track and field championships are Friday and Saturday at Middleton High School.

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