Inglemoor High speedster Abby Kauffman (pictured at right) ranks first in the 100 in 4A KingCo with a mark of 12.89, third in the 200 in 27.33 and second in the long jump with a 16-0.5. Inglemoor’s Erica Swift ranks first in the 400 in 1:00.10 and is part of the top-ranked 4x100 relay with Kauffman, Abby Monson and Emily Reid in 50.84. Photo courtesy of Kim Kauffman

Inglemoor High speedster Abby Kauffman (pictured at right) ranks first in the 100 in 4A KingCo with a mark of 12.89, third in the 200 in 27.33 and second in the long jump with a 16-0.5. Inglemoor’s Erica Swift ranks first in the 400 in 1:00.10 and is part of the top-ranked 4x100 relay with Kauffman, Abby Monson and Emily Reid in 50.84. Photo courtesy of Kim Kauffman

Vikings rip it up on the track

  • Wednesday, April 24, 2019 4:14pm
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Inglemoor High speedster Abby Kauffman (pictured at right) ranks first in the 100 in 4A KingCo with a mark of 12.89, third in the 200 in 27.33 and second in the long jump with a 16-0.5. Inglemoor’s Erica Swift ranks first in the 400 in 1:00.10 and is part of the top-ranked 4×100 relay with Kauffman, Abby Monson and Emily Reid in 50.84. On the Viking boys’ side, Kincaid Schmitt (bottom middle) stands first in the long jump with a 20-7.5, second in the 200 in 22.83 and second in the 400 in 50.60. Photos courtesy of Kim Kauffman and Sean Valley


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On the Viking boys’ side, Kincaid Schmitt (middle) stands first in the long jump with a 20-7.5, second in the 200 in 22.83 and second in the 400 in 50.60. Photo courtesy of Sean Valley

On the Viking boys’ side, Kincaid Schmitt (middle) stands first in the long jump with a 20-7.5, second in the 200 in 22.83 and second in the 400 in 50.60. Photo courtesy of Sean Valley

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