Richland High School’s Madelaine Haynie, left, hits a ball Friday during warmups for the Bombers’ Class 4A state volleyball opener against Graham-Kapowsin at Toyota Center in Kennewick.
Richland High School’s Madelaine Haynie, left, hits a ball Friday during warmups for the Bombers’ Class 4A state volleyball opener against Graham-Kapowsin at Toyota Center in Kennewick. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Richland High School’s Madelaine Haynie, left, hits a ball Friday during warmups for the Bombers’ Class 4A state volleyball opener against Graham-Kapowsin at Toyota Center in Kennewick. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

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