From left: Clovis East hurdler Alessandra Quisado, Clovis North pole vaulter/sprinter Brooke Tjerrild, Clovis High jumper Alexis Vincent-Walker, Clovis West pole vaulter Elizabeth Funk and Buchanan shot put and discus thrower Jacob Wilson.
From left: Clovis East hurdler Alessandra Quisado, Clovis North pole vaulter/sprinter Brooke Tjerrild, Clovis High jumper Alexis Vincent-Walker, Clovis West pole vaulter Elizabeth Funk and Buchanan shot put and discus thrower Jacob Wilson. Farin Montañez/The Clovis Independent
From left: Clovis East hurdler Alessandra Quisado, Clovis North pole vaulter/sprinter Brooke Tjerrild, Clovis High jumper Alexis Vincent-Walker, Clovis West pole vaulter Elizabeth Funk and Buchanan shot put and discus thrower Jacob Wilson. Farin Montañez/The Clovis Independent

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