Casas leads Huskies on Day 1

14th May, 2015 by

By Chris Freud

DENVER — Battle Mountain track and field does long distances … in running.But on Day 1 at state in Denver, thrower David Casas went a long distance — 152 feet even — for second place in the discus and the highest individual finish for a Huskies athlete at 4A.“It’s a testament to David’s hard work and coach (Ian) Calhoun’s hard work,” Huskies head coach Rob Parish said. “They’re a great example of a partnership. David’s worked his way from trying out the sport and having fun to missing state by one spot last year.”The 3,200 relay is still king at …

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