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April 14, 2014

Familiar trio leads boys track teams

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Newcomers: Logan Bradley, Hunter Loller, Braxton Kemerly, Brady Miller, Cameron Bowen, Jon Ross Richardson

Coach’s outlook: “We only lost one senior (from last season’s team), we have everybody else back and four freshmen who will contribute. We are looking for a pretty good season. I think we will be better than last season. We took two relay teams and six individuals to the regional, and they were all underclassmen and all are back.”

Liberty Christian (Co-ed)

Coach: Sam Watkins

Letter winners lost: Austin Castor, Leila Deeds

Letterwinners returning: Da'Marcus Watkins, DeShawn Gibbs, Shaylie Rayl, Michaela McCurdy, Taylor Binkard, Walt Weaver, Franklin Nunn, Quincey Hyatt, Hillary Foreman, Katy Hagerman

Newcomers: Monica Watkins, Ronnie Williams, Dawson Ayers

Coach’s outlook: “I think we will do well. Against bigger schools we will probably do good individually, but it will be hard for us as a team to win the meet. Against smaller schools I think we have a good shot at winning some meets this year. We got a couple of freshmen coming in this year that were running great times as eighth-graders. The ones that we have that lettered last year, I think the biggest part is they will be able to mentor the freshmen.”

Madison-Grant

Coach: Jacob Vore

Letterwinners lost: Paul McGuire

Letterwinners returning: Aaron Patton, Matt Pattison, Reid Edleman, Bridger Price, Cody Wampner, Brody Eads, Hunter Hiatt, Chase Bramel, Bryce Stansberry, Mason Webb, Cole Sloderbeck

Newcomers: Luke Stroup, Wesley Hull, Andrew Castillo, Jacob Lutterman, Wyatt Meisner

Coach’s outlook: “We are young and going to focus on improvement. We are going to get better everyday. We had 12 on the team last year for a full season, to this year we have 25 currently. That has really helped us out. We have a bunch of raw talent with mounds of potential. They don’t have a clue what they are capable of.”

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