Kip Hafey, Dave Pressgrove, Lance Scranton and Todd Trapp: Track support thanks
To the editor
Thanks so much to our community which has embraced track and field during the past many years. From our Youth Track events, helping with the Clint Wells Invitational, traveling to watch competitions and cheering on our athletes. Your help and support is genuinely appreciated. Family, friends and supporters have helped our athletes understand and appreciate the sacrifice required to compete, but most importantly, the importance of giving back to our community. It is no coincidence that 19 student/athletes participated in the 2015 State Meet in Denver posting four state championships and a strong showing by both male and female squads. Thanks for sharing your time and energy which makes coaching high school kids more rewarding than just winning, but also expecting service and commitment from every individual who has the privilege of competing for the Bulldogs. As high school track and field coaches, it is an honor to watch your kids improve performances and grow as citizens.
Kip Hafey, Dave Pressgrove,
Lance Scranton, Todd Trapp
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