Enumclaw High grad Zack Mason takes track talents to Northwest Nazarene

Zack Mason, who graduated two weeks ago from Enumclaw High School, signed an NCAA letter-of-intent to compete for the Northwest Nazarene University track and field team.

Mason will head to Nampa, Idaho, and join the Crusaders as both a sprinter and decathlete.

He recently broke the EHS 200-meter dash record set by Dan Shannon in 1981 and was a member of the 4x100-meter relay team that set a school record during the 2010 season. Mason placed seventh during the recent Class 3A state track and field championships in the 200-meter dash, ending a multi-year drought for Hornet sprinters.

He also was a three-year letterman for the EHS football team, earning all-league honors.

An honor student and class officer at EHS, he is the son of Michael and Jayne Mason of Enumclaw.

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