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Gilna highlighted in Sports Illustrated
Local runner Gareth Gilna isn’t just a face in the crowd, he’s also one of the “Faces in the Crowd.”
Gilna is in this week’s Sports Illustrated, listed in the magazine’s “Faces in the Crowd” feature for his recent sweep of the distance events at the Class AAAA state championship meet.
With his wins in the 800 meters, 1,600 meters and 3,200 meters, Gilna became just the second male athlete in state history to complete the three-race sweep. His time in the 1,600 of 4:12.60, shattered the previous overall state record.
Gilna, who graduated this year and will attend the University of Washington, is also on the magazine’s video website, takkle.com/videofaces.
Local officiating group to work All-Star football game
Longtime local sports official Kerry Coffelt will lead a local football officiating crew to the Class AAA All-Star football game.
The game is scheduled for Saturday in Las Vegas, N.M.
Coffelt is the crew’s referee. Along with Coffelt, umpire Greg Hanson, head linesman Alan Kirby, field judge Larry Vaughn and back judge Jon Hinckley will call the All-Star game.
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