Tahoma High's girls sprint relay team is expected to be a force at state. From right, Tierra "Umi" Wilson, Olivia Ribera, Alisha "Miya" Wilson and Aliya "Nami" Wilson. They are coached on a volunteer basis by Olympic hopeful Princess Joy Griffey, second from left, and Aaron Blake, Griffey's former coach at Decatur high. Photo taken in Covington on Thursday, April 14, 2016.
Tahoma High's girls sprint relay team is expected to be a force at state. From right, Tierra "Umi" Wilson, Olivia Ribera, Alisha "Miya" Wilson and Aliya "Nami" Wilson. They are coached on a volunteer basis by Olympic hopeful Princess Joy Griffey, second from left, and Aaron Blake, Griffey's former coach at Decatur high. Photo taken in Covington on Thursday, April 14, 2016. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Tahoma High's girls sprint relay team is expected to be a force at state. From right, Tierra "Umi" Wilson, Olivia Ribera, Alisha "Miya" Wilson and Aliya "Nami" Wilson. They are coached on a volunteer basis by Olympic hopeful Princess Joy Griffey, second from left, and Aaron Blake, Griffey's former coach at Decatur high. Photo taken in Covington on Thursday, April 14, 2016. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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