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.
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. 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. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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