Ex-Clovis North High star Mikaela Smith was back in town as a USC freshman to compete in the 2016 USA Track and Field Junior Outdoor Championships at Buchanan’s Veterans Memorial Stadium. It was at Veterans Memorial where Smith suffered one of the lowest points of her prep career a year earlier, disqualified for impeding a competitor while attempting a three-peat at the CIF State Championships.
Ex-Clovis North High star Mikaela Smith was back in town as a USC freshman to compete in the 2016 USA Track and Field Junior Outdoor Championships at Buchanan’s Veterans Memorial Stadium. It was at Veterans Memorial where Smith suffered one of the lowest points of her prep career a year earlier, disqualified for impeding a competitor while attempting a three-peat at the CIF State Championships. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Ex-Clovis North High star Mikaela Smith was back in town as a USC freshman to compete in the 2016 USA Track and Field Junior Outdoor Championships at Buchanan’s Veterans Memorial Stadium. It was at Veterans Memorial where Smith suffered one of the lowest points of her prep career a year earlier, disqualified for impeding a competitor while attempting a three-peat at the CIF State Championships. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

Mikaela Smith, back for U.S. Junior Outdoors, recalls painful 2015 exit

June 25, 2016 4:03 PM

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