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Trojan Girl's Basketball Returns Three Starters for 2022-2023 Season

For the Cambridge Girl's Basketball team they will look to build off a nice record from a year ago, 17-9, and they look to do so by bringing back three starters from last season. Seniors Jacey Kent and Breelle Miller, and junior Jalen Kent.

There is a new element to this year's squad, a new head coach. Kalyn Hollander takes over the helm after being the assistant coach for the previous three seasons. Hollander gives a preview of what the season could hold for the Trojans. "I am excited to see what this team can bring this year. We have a great group of girls with so much potential to be successful. We have some returning players and a few players that will be filling some big shoes this year."

Cambridge will begin the season on Thursday, December 1st against Hitchcock County.

Trojan Wrestling to be Filled with Opportunities and Excitement

Last year for the Cambridge Trojans it was a successful wrestling season as they had a number of athletes compete at the State Tournament a year ago. Five of those qualifiers are back including Angel Rodriguez (20-18), Dierks Sayer (36-20), Adam Corbett (30-24), Hunter Perks (27-27), and Tye Stanton (33-20). With those five qualifiers, that is tied for the most returning qualifiers in the state in Class D.

Head coach of the Trojans, Catlin Rice, says his team continues to prepare for the season and they are excited for the year. "The 22-23 Trojan wrestling season should be one filled with a lot of opportunities and excitement!... With the returning qualifiers there are several others that will give this team some firepower. The team looks to fill 12 solid weight classes with the potential to fill 13 of the 14 total in duals," said Rice.

Cambridge will begin the season on Thursday, December 1st at the Southwest Quad.

Trojan Boy's Basketball Rebuilding this season

Following a strong 2021-2022 season that concluded with a record of 16-8, Cambridge will be rebuilding this season. Yes, they will be rebuilding, but there are a lot of nice pieces for the Trojans to look to. "We will be looking to rebuild this season after graduating almost all of our production from last season. That being said, the cupboard is not bare. Our style of going to change from a grind it out game with lots of post-ups and half-court offense to a more open style with lots of shooting from outside and attacking in transition," said third-year head coach Clay Shepherd.

Cambridge will look to junior Carson Trompke, a junior guard who averaged eight points per game and was an RPAC East All-Conference Honorable Mention Selection last year to lead the way.

Cambridge will begin the season on Thursday, December 1st against Hitchcock County.



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