With her personal best of 19 minutes, 18.6 seconds — set at the Bellevue Cross Country Invitational and good for the current fifth-best time in the West Central District 3 — Emerald Ridge High’s Emma Bates can now say she is starting to blaze her own trail.
With her personal best of 19 minutes, 18.6 seconds — set at the Bellevue Cross Country Invitational and good for the current fifth-best time in the West Central District 3 — Emerald Ridge High’s Emma Bates can now say she is starting to blaze her own trail. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
With her personal best of 19 minutes, 18.6 seconds — set at the Bellevue Cross Country Invitational and good for the current fifth-best time in the West Central District 3 — Emerald Ridge High’s Emma Bates can now say she is starting to blaze her own trail. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com

Emerald Ridge’s Bates blazing her own cross country trail

October 12, 2016 02:01 PM

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