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Local athletes sign with Weber State

Local athletes sign with Weber State

Twin Falls' Muamer Mujic and Brison Tilo of Canyon Ridge sign with Weber State Track and Field.


Local athletes sign with Weber State

2 2 two local track and field athletes signing with weber state university.

2 first up, we have a four-time state champion sprinter from twin falls high school.

2 2 muamer mujic chose weber because the school made him an offer he couldn't refuse.

2 last year the bruin dominated the scene, winning all of his events at the state championships.

2 mujic along with ty schneider, connor bradley and preston meyerhoeffer set two school records in the four by 100 and four by two.

2 he has his eyes set on establishing two more records in the 100 and 200 meter dashes.

2 right now his times are 10.9 in the 100 and 22.5 in 200 which he hopes to reduce before state.

2 i'm really proud of my coaches, they really pushed me through everything especially coach grindstaff and coach lewis, they pushed me through everything.

Freshman year i wasn't really anything, until sophomore year came, junior year i was a state champion in all of my events so i'm hoping to repeat that this year.

2 2 when you break school records at twin falls high school that's really saying something because there are some that are 20 or 30 years old up there.

He was lucky enough to run with some other really good sprinters.

They enjoyed doing it together, besides his open events, his one and his two.

2 2 a canyon ridge riverhawk will join mujic next year, as brison tilo also signed with the wildcats.

2 the discus thrower is currently ranked second in the state of idaho, just behind daniel helsley of skyline.

2 the two-time district champion set a district stadium record of 163 three feet and holds a school record.

2 he has a state mark of 169 feet, three inches, a personal record and good enough for second last year.

2 to do.

2 2 kelsey>> 2

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