Olivia Ferdig (right) of Pleasant Hill races to the finish line in a Class 4 girls 200-meter dash preliminary heat. Ferdig missed qualifying for the final by a few thousandths of a second.
Olivia Ferdig (right) of Pleasant Hill races to the finish line in a Class 4 girls 200-meter dash preliminary heat. Ferdig missed qualifying for the final by a few thousandths of a second. dmcqueen@demo-mo.com
Olivia Ferdig (right) of Pleasant Hill races to the finish line in a Class 4 girls 200-meter dash preliminary heat. Ferdig missed qualifying for the final by a few thousandths of a second. dmcqueen@demo-mo.com

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