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Templeton High School Athletes of the Week 

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kennedy McAdoo

Kennedy McAdoo

Eagle: Kennedy McAdoo
Sport: Track and Field
Year: Sophomore
Coach’s comment: Kennedy is goal-driven and team-oriented. Her hard work and determination paid off with a win in the 100m at West Coast Relays last weekend and helped her 4x100m and 4x400m teams to a third and fourth place finish against some of the best teams in the state! – Coach Rosalie Smith


Thank you to the coaches for participating! All coaches at Templeton High School are invited to participate in Athletes of the Week to recognize students who are a standout at a recent competition, showing improvement at practices, or bringing a great attitude to the team. Contact [email protected] for more information.


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