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Mustangs host Pacific Invitational

Langley Mustangs’s Tanika Dolfo competes in the hammer throw; Mustangs’ Brooke Mussche lead for most of the 12-year-old 1200m race, only to be edged out at the very end; Langley’s Ethan Foster clears his high jump attempt: and Braeden Dolfo sprints down the track during his heat. The Langley athletes were among the nearly 1,000 competitors who were competing at McLeod Athletic Park June 13 to June 15 as part of the Mustangs’ annual Pacific Invitational Track and Field Meet. - Dan Ferguson/Langley Times
Langley Mustangs’s Tanika Dolfo competes in the hammer throw; Mustangs’ Brooke Mussche lead for most of the 12-year-old 1200m race, only to be edged out at the very end; Langley’s Ethan Foster clears his high jump attempt: and Braeden Dolfo sprints down the track during his heat. The Langley athletes were among the nearly 1,000 competitors who were competing at McLeod Athletic Park June 13 to June 15 as part of the Mustangs’ annual Pacific Invitational Track and Field Meet.
— image credit: Dan Ferguson/Langley Times

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