Someday, maybe next year or the year after, a sprinter will beat Wenatchee sophomore Isaiah Brandt-Sims at the Class 4A state track and field championships.
It didn’t happen Saturday at Mount Tahoma Stadium as the sophomore defended his state titles in the 100- and 200-meter sprints at Star Track 30.
“Pretty good day, I guess,” Brandt-Sims said. “I won the 100 and 200. I’m pretty excited about that.”
Brandt-Sims’ winning times in the sprints were 10.82 and 21.74 seconds
No big-school athlete in state history has won four consecutive state titles in the 100 or 200, let alone both. Brandt-Sims could be the first.
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