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CAMBRIDGE SPRING SPORTS PREVIEW


HIGH GOALS SET FOR TROJAN GIRL'S TRACK TEAM

Head coach for Cambridge, Margo Kent, looks to be competitive in all events with a lot of returning letter winners. "We are fortunate to have a talented and hard working group of girls as well as the ability to cover all events with just 15 team members" said Kent.


Returning state qualifiers for Cambridge are, Breelle Miller (400m relay, 3200m relay), Brenna Deterding (3200m relay), Jalen Kent (400M, 300M Hurdles, 400M Relay, 3200M Relay), JoLie Farr (400M Relay), Erin Johnson (High Jump), and Rachel Harris (800M, 3200M Relay) . Harris placed 6th at state in the 800. The 400 meter relay placed 6th at state while the 3200 meter relay placed 4th at state. Other returning letter winners are Jacey Kent and Kori Koeppen.


Kent looks for newcomer, Jordyn Cross, to also have an impact this season.


Cambridge begins their season with the Trojan Relays at home on March 18th.



CAMBRIDGE LOOKING TO RELOAD THIS TRACK SEASON

Margo Kent, head coach for the Trojans, will be reloading after graduating her core medalists last year. Kent is looking forward to the blank slate ahead of her this season and said this about her young team, "We are a young team with many promising newcomers to piece in with our existing talent in order to have success individually as well as a team. With just 12 team members, we will be able to cover a vast majority of the events with the various talents and willingness of the boys to try new things and work hard at whatever is asked of them. It is exciting to have a blank slate to begin the season as far as events for the athletes."


Returning state qualifiers are Tayten Koeppen and Carson Trompke who placed 6th at state in the 3200 meter run. Other returning letter winners are Ben Hoberty, Hunter Perks, Wyatt Jackson, and Gavin Gunderson.


Kent looks for these promising newcomers to have an impact this season, Jackson Trompke, Tye Stanton, Brady Ahlemeyer, and Brayden Miller.


The Trojans will begin their season on their home track with the Trojan Relays on March 18th.


YOUNG TALENT TO LEAD TROJAN GOLFERS

Entering his fifth year as they Head Coach of the Cambridge Golf Team, Lyle Calvert will be working with a young squad. But, within that youth, he sees a lot of talent and opportunities to be competitive early in the season.


"We have a very young team this year. Though we are not the most experienced team, there are some talented players that should be competitive throughout the year. Both Brohdey Wood (a junior) and Micah Gerlach (a freshman) will be competitive right away. The Trojans have shown a lot of excitement so far this season. It is great to have a team that is excited to go to practice and is self-motivated like this group is. I'm really looking forward to watching this team grow."


The Trojans will start their season on March 28th as they host their own invite.


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