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Seen & Heard on Planet Coug: Blazing Louie Hinchliffe going for NCAA 100M gold

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WASHINGTON STATE SPRINTER Louie Hinchliffe (pictured on the front page with this story), competes in the NCAA Track and Field Championships this week in the 100-meter dash in Austin, Texas, (June 7-10). At the NCAA West Preliminary Round this past week, Hinchliffe -- only a freshman -- tied the WSU track and field program record with a blazing 10.17 time in the 100M (Anson Henry, 2002). Hinchliffe already owns the WSU freshman records in the 60M and 100M, and now takes aim at the top of the record books.

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Whitney girl soars to school’s first CIF state track and field championship to lead locals

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The goal for Sacramento-area athletes was to reach the medal stand Saturday night in the 103rd CIF State Track & Field Championships in Clovis.

The highest step belonged to a local champion from Placer County who went out on top at Whitney High School.

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Stanislaus District sends 10 individuals, one relay team to state track championships

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Top Stanislaus District track and field athletes competed against the best from across the Sac-Joaquin Section Friday and Saturday in hopes of advancing to the 103rd CIF State Track & Field Championships.

Local participants in Saturday’s Sac-Joaquin Section Masters championship finals qualified for state in a number of events including pole vault, discus throw and a number of sprint and distance track events.

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Pitman, Turlock track preparing for final meet

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The Turlock and Pitman high school track teams have been running, jumping and throwing to new records all season and will meet one final time next Wednesday.

After last season was cancelled due to the pandemic and this season shortened, THS coach Bergann Hernandez said it has felt great to be back on the track with the team although it was hard to overlook the missed opportunities from 2020 and all of the work that was lost.

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