Davis High’s Freedom from Hunger Club will host its seventh annual Race to End Hunger all-comers community track meet at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 17, at Ron and Mary Brown Stadium. The event will benefit the Grameen Foundation. Adults and kids 12 and younger can register online at https://give.classy.org/dhsracetoendhunger for $10 and $8, respectively. Participants also may register in person at 5 p.m. on the day of the event.
For the past four years, Michael Vernau has appeared many times in the sports section of The Davis Enterprise for winning cross country and track races, breaking course records and most recently for placing fourth in the prestigious 3,200-meter race at the California state meet.
CLOVIS — Throughout two days of scorching temperatures in California’s Central Valley, nine Davis High School track and field athletes competed at the 99th state track championship at Buchanan High School, and two notched podium finishes Saturday. Junior Olivia O’Keeffe, who placed third in the 1,600-meter race last year, returned to claim silver in 4:51.02, second only to Oak Ridge High phenom Maddie Denner’s blistering 4:44.89.
BREAKING: Gas leak at the construction area near College and Bonita causes Claremont Police Department to close down College Ave from 2nd Street to 4th street while repairs are made, campus security said in an email.
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