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David Krueger and Herald staff |
Published: Saturday, November 3, 2012, 6:31 p.m.

Big day for Amy-Eloise Neale

Glacier Peak senior Amy-Eloise Neale had a big day in Pasco at the WIAA Cross Country Championships. Neale won the 3A girls race by more than 41 seconds and helped the Grizzlies win their second state championship in three years.

For the 3A girls race results, click here.

Here's also some videos Herald writer David Krueger took of Neale during Saturday's meet:

Neale finishes well in front of her competition:

Neale talks about her verbal commitment to run for UW:

Also here is a link to a video of the great start that Neale got off to en route to her victory.

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