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April 14, 2014

Track stars prepare for numbers game

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Coach’s outlook: “We are a young team and rebuilding this year. We don’t really know what we are working with. We have some returning lettermen that are going to do some great things for our team in certain areas.”

Anderson Prep

Coach: Ryan Fathauer

Letterwinners lost: Alanti Kimbrough-Maxwell, Shamaris Stewart, A’niyah Birdsong

Letterwinners returning: Eliana Monaghan, Paige Hopkins, Cailtlin Plummer

Newcomers: Teresa Lopez, Grace Seybert, Chloe Dorman, Sarah McNeal

Coach’s outlook: “We lost (most) of our scoring with Alanti and Shamaris last year, but we are a lot deeper this year. Last year we only had eight or nine girls on the team, this year we are up to 16 so we will be able to fill more events.”

Daleville

Coach: David Beard

Letterwinners lost: Hannah Karkosky, Riley Huang, Abbi Wright, Lauren Irelan

Letterwinners returning: Hanna Hochstetler, Hannah McKinney, Kayla Skinner, Wesli Welch

Newcomers: Skyler Owens, Jenny Shellabarger, Madison Walker

Coach’s outlook: “I have some really good athletes. I am hoping to be competitive in all of our meets. I expect that many of our athletes will get personal bests this season.”

Frankton

Coach: Jason Smith

Letterwinners lost: Kelsey Key

Letterwinners returning: Chay Ray, Shania Ray, Lauren Thompson, Maria Villegas, Katie Quick, Lexie Bousman

Newcomers: Skye Huffman, Kenzie Spangler, Aidrey Hunt, Maddy Wilson, Madelynn Baker, Sherrie Riser

Coach’s outlook: “I think we have a little bit of talent, but we are very young and we are trying to figure out where everyone fits into the puzzle. We have an increased number of girls compared to last year. The last couple years, we have been decent in the big meets with only seven girls, but when it comes to the dual meets it’s been really difficult. Hopefully, this year we will be able to compete in both the duals and the big meets with the increased number (of girls) and the ability to score more than one person in one event.”

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