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Published: April 17, 2010 Rashad Riley of Reagan spent his first three springs in high school preparing for football. But he is making up for lost time quickly on the track. Riley's fledgling career took a meteoric turn last night at Mount Tabor when he won the 110- and 300-meter hurdles at the WSFCS Track and Field Championships. Riley wasn't the only one making noise, though...
The Mount Tabor senior exploded onto the running scene during his junior year, and gives the credit squarely to his coach.
It's a classic battle between Reagan's tightly-packed depth and the front-running power of Mount Tabor, and the outcome is anyone's guess.
Kayla Montgomery took over the top spot in the rankings with a gutty performance in the heat at McAlpine.
Deja vu? These two friends already had one epic finish at McAlpine this season, and this weekend could produce another.
Kayla Montgomery returns to McAlpine with many goals, and one of them might be reasserting her candidacy for best scholastic runner in NC.
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