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Published: Monday, January 14, 2013, 2:57 p.m.

Cross country coaches hall of fame induction in Everett on Friday

The Washington State Cross Country Coaches Association is inducting four cross country coaches into its hall of fame at the Track and Field/Cross Country Annual Convention in Everett on Friday.

Cross Country coaches Ron Fleming (Granger), Jim Mclachlan (West Valley-Spokane), Gwen Roberton (Issaquah) and Sam Ring (Wilson-Tacoma) will be inducted into the WSCCCA Hall of Fame in a ceremony at the Holiday Inn at 6:45 p.m. This is the first year that WSCCCA will induct active as well as retired coaches.

For a look at each of the candidates, click on their name at right.

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