Lummi runner wins Class 1B Tri-District race


Lummi's Enrique Medina will be going to state for the second time in three years after winning the Tri-district qualifying race.

Medina won the race with a time of 18:04.8, almost six seconds faster than the second-place runner, Seth Huschka from Crosspoint Academy.

After finishing 55th in the state championship his freshman year, Medina missed going to state last year.

With the win, he will race in the state championship once again.

"We are excited for him," athletic director Jim Sandusky said.

Along with Medina, the top 15 runners qualified for the state championship, which takes place Nov. 9 in Pasco, Wash.

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