One of the best of the bunch ran her final prep race Saturday in the Brooks PR Invitational. Allie Schadler, a 15-time Arizona state champion in track and cross country for Rio Rico High School, finished second to Wyoming’s Anna Gibson in the mile.
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In terms of single-event prowess, University of Arizona-bound Turner Washington is the most dominant high school track and field athlete in Arizona history.
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In the case of Cottonwood’s water and sewer systems, long-term improvements to and expansion of that infrastructure carries a conservative price tag of about $68 million. It could be as high as $73 million.
SEATTLE – This weekend’s 2017 Brooks PR Invitational will close out one of the finest careers ever by an Arizona High School track and field athlete and at the same time add to the legacy of the new kid on the block.
MESA – There is an old saying about “best laid plans.” In the case of Allyson Arellano’s farewell performance in an Aftershock Distance Club uniform at the USATF Jr. Olympics at Mesa Community College Saturday and Sunday, the plan was for the Cottonwood runner to set a blistering pace en route to a sub 10-minute performance for 3,000 meters.
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Watch it twice and you’ll see why Cottonwood’s Allyson Arellano is arguably the finest prep female distance runner in Verde Valley history.
Such was the case Friday in the Adidas Boost Boston Games with the boys and girls “High School Dream Mile.” The girls race included Arizona phenom Allie Schadler from Rio Rico High School.