With her victories in the girls 100- and 300-meter hurdles Saturday, Kamiakin High School senior Heather Donais was named the outstanding female athlete at the 55th annual Pasco Invite at Edgar Brown Stadium.
Donais was timed in a personal-best 14.47 seconds in the 100, edging defending champion Zella Conley of Mead (14.49). Donais was third in the event last year in Pasco before going on to win Class 3A state titles in the 100 and 300 hurdles.
In the 300, Donais won in 45.04, easily beating runner-up Rebecca Thareek of Auburn (45.89).
The Kamiakin girls, who had won the previous four team titles, finished fourth with 33 points. Tahoma took home the championship with 55 points, ahead of Rocky Mountain (42.5) and Curtis (36). Mead won the boys title.
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Kamiakin senior Phillip Fishburn won the boys 3,200 with a time of 9:29.71.
Pasco senior Angela Cardon took second in the girls 100- and 200-meter dashes. Cardon was timed in 12.01 in the 100 and 24.79 in the 200.
Chiawana senior Roman Ruiz was the runner-up in the boys pole vault with a mark of 15-9. Bishop Blanchet’s Zach Shugart was the champion at 16-3.
Hanford junior Joe Gauthier finished third in the boys 100 dash with a time of 10.81.
Umatilla senior Fabian Cardenas placed third in the boys elite mile (4:14.87). Rocky Mountain’s Michael Slagowski won in a meet-record time of 4:05.71, followed by Inglemoor’s Nick Laccinole (4:11.75).
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