Grants Pass, Ore. -- Athletes brought their a-games to Grants Pass High School Sunday, trying to qualify for the Special Olympics State Games.
220 athletes from eight different counties competed in track and field events. The day was special for both volunteers and participants.
"To see them all succeed even if they don't get that gold medal.. they're all winners in my eyes," Nicole Richards, coach for Josephine County, said.
The athletes who finish their events will move on the to games which is scheduled for July in Newburg.
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