Final tune-up before leagues leaves room for improvement
Tuesday, May 6, 2014 at 3:26 pm
By Craig Harper
For the Courier
GREENWOOD VILLAGE — Some days, it’s just not meant to be. Just ask Jae Ferrin, Bernard McDondle and Joey Roselli, all of whom expect to challenge for state titles — McDondle is the defending long jump champion — at the May 15-17 5A track and field championships.
Things didn’t quite go as planned for the trio at the May 3 Cherry Creek/Grandview Invitational at the Stutler Bowl, their last tune-up before this week’s Jeffco League Championships.
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