After facing injuries last season, Fresno City College’s Melody Harris is ready to compete for state titles in the heptathlon and javelin throw.
After facing injuries last season, Fresno City College’s Melody Harris is ready to compete for state titles in the heptathlon and javelin throw. Anthony Galaviz The Fresno Bee
After facing injuries last season, Fresno City College’s Melody Harris is ready to compete for state titles in the heptathlon and javelin throw. Anthony Galaviz The Fresno Bee

JC track and field: Fresno City’s Melody Harris hoping for first state titles

May 19, 2016 8:57 PM

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