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Kamiak High School

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Kamiak High School

10801 Harbour Pointe Boulevard

Mukilteo, Washington,98275

United States

Company Description

Kamiak High School Performing Arts Boosters of Mukilteo, WA...more

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Kamiak Corporation


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The Seattle Times: High School Sports: Names in the Game: Runner goes the distance to win state

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, Chase Mancuso of Kamiak High School in Mukilteo won the boys state discus title with a throw of 182-2.


Yakima Herald Republic Online - Home Page - Yakima, Washington News, Classifieds, Information, Advertising

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The Clasen Field record is 181-9 set last year by Kamiak's Chase Mancuso.


Record-setting day at state 3A/4A track meet

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NOTES: Other 4A winners included Chase Mancuso of Kamiak in the discus with a winning toss of 182-02 ...Top Five Team Scores


West Central District runners go distance

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Kamiak's Chase Mancuso put on an equally impressive display in the discus.He bested his own meet record, also set last year, with a throw of 185 feet to win the championship. The throw was eight inches short of a personal best, but Mancuso, who will attend Washington State next year on a track scholarship, is aiming to throw over 190 feet next week at state.He will be favored to win the championship. "I was hoping for the 190 today," Mancuso said.


The Seattle Times: High School Sports: State champ: only a throw away

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Kamiak's Chase Mancuso leads the state this season in the discus.The senior uses video shot by his parents to analyze his progress.Chase Mancuso leads the state this season with a discus throw of 185 feet, 8 inches, and his most famous coach thinks it won't be long until he really lets one fly. Mac Wilkins, the 1976 Olympic champion, regularly watches Mancuso on video and believes the Kamiak High School senior is making rapid progress.Chase Mancuso has already accepted a scholarship to Washington State University.His ultimate goal is to throw in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. "With the discus, there are a lot of little things that can really mess you up," Chase Mancuso said."Chase has the concept, but it's like a golf swing that takes time to develop," Wilkins said.Mancuso, who is 6 feet 2, 208 pounds, will probably need to gain at least 20 pounds to compete at the college level. Mancuso, who has thrown 188 feet in practice, hopes he has saved his best for the Class 4A state meet June 3-4 in Pasco. "My goal is to break the 190 barrier," Mancuso said. "Chase is carrying on the tradition," he said."It's been both glorious and frustrating being his coach.He sees me all the time and probably gets tired of hearing the same things. ... I've learned to back off because he is already advanced and knows what to do to correct his mistakes." Chase Mancuso, who plans to study communications at WSU and hopes to become a television producer, said he enjoys working with his father. "He really helps me a lot," he said.


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