James Mwaura of Lincoln High School won the Gold division of the boys 5,000 meter run Saturday at the Fort Steilacoom Cross-Country Invitational in a time of 15:03, nearly a half minute ahead of Bradley Peloquin of Gig Harbor, the second place finisher.
James Mwaura of Lincoln High School won the Gold division of the boys 5,000 meter run Saturday at the Fort Steilacoom Cross-Country Invitational in a time of 15:03, nearly a half minute ahead of Bradley Peloquin of Gig Harbor, the second place finisher. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
James Mwaura of Lincoln High School won the Gold division of the boys 5,000 meter run Saturday at the Fort Steilacoom Cross-Country Invitational in a time of 15:03, nearly a half minute ahead of Bradley Peloquin of Gig Harbor, the second place finisher. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com

Mwaura leaves field in the dust to win Fort Steilacoom meet in record time

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