Alison Ecker, left, and Raquel Lespasio pace each other during the Class 4A-District 8 meet on Thursday at Taylor Park in Palm Harbor. The Manatee pair finished fourth and sixth in the girls race to qualify for the region race next week.
Alison Ecker, left, and Raquel Lespasio pace each other during the Class 4A-District 8 meet on Thursday at Taylor Park in Palm Harbor. The Manatee pair finished fourth and sixth in the girls race to qualify for the region race next week.
Alison Ecker, left, and Raquel Lespasio pace each other during the Class 4A-District 8 meet on Thursday at Taylor Park in Palm Harbor. The Manatee pair finished fourth and sixth in the girls race to qualify for the region race next week.

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