Hazen runners are academic champs

December 6, 2012

By Staff

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Hazen High School’s varsity girls cross-country team has been named academic state champions, thanks to the group’s combined grade point average of 3.958 through the fall sports season.

The award, sponsored by the Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association, the Dairy Farmers of Washington and Les Schwab Tires, recognizes the team with the highest GPA among all Washington high schools in their enrollment classification.

Hazen High School’s varsity girls cross-country team, named 2012 academic state champions with a collective grade point average of a near perfect 3.958, are (from left) Kate Ahearn, Alexis DeBrock, Cindy Truong, Vicki Tang, Laura Truong, Cassandra Slaugh, Kristin Ericksen, Alisha Piazza, Vivian Tang, Lucia Rios-Flores and Coach Sarah Menaul.

The team, led by Coach Sarah Menaul, received its award at the state’s cross-country championship in Pasco Nov. 2-3.

“We try our best to excel in class, on the track and in all aspects of our lives,” Vicki Tang, the team’s captain, said.


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