Enterprise girls track

Enterprise’s Nevaeh James, the defending state champion in the 300-meter hurdles, is headed back to the state meet Thursday and Friday, May 25-26, in Eugene, along with other Wallowa County track and field athletes.

ENTERPRISE — Many of the athletes who helped boost the Wallowa County girls cross-country team to a state championship in November will be on the track for Enterprise this spring, and although head coach Dan Moody has been limited in working with the athletes outdoors due to weather issues, he’s optimistic about what the team can do once it gets some practices in.

“We’re way behind. I think we’ve had two workouts on our track,” he said March 19. “You’d like to say what we’re going to have (is strong), but I don’t know until we start seeing them.”

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