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                                The Eastlake Wolves 1600 relay team consisting of Brooke Manson, Azita Balsara, Alexia Bryant and Isobel McCann captured second place at the KingCo 4A championships on May 11 at Skyline High School in Sammammish. The Wolves quartet clocked a time of 4:01.92, which set a new Eastlake High School record in the event.

Photo courtesy of Troy Anderson The Eastlake Wolves 1600 relay team consisting of Brooke Manson, Azita Balsara, Alexia Bryant and Isobel McCann captured second place at the KingCo 4A championships on May 11 at Skyline High School in Sammammish. The Wolves quartet clocked a time of 4:01.92, which set a new Eastlake High School record in the event.

Eastlake 1600 relay team sets school record at KingCo 4A meet

Wolves quartet attains a coveted achievement.

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The Eastlake Wolves 1600 relay team, consisting of Brooke Manson, Azita Balsara, Alexia Bryant and Isobel McCann, captured second place at the KingCo 4A championships on May 11 at Skyline High School in Sammamish. The Wolves quartet clocked a time of 4:01.92, which set a new Eastlake High School record in the event.

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