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Luxemburg-Casco track anxious to get outside

The distance athletes have been able to get outside, but others on Luxemburg-Casco’s track team are ready to take advantage of the nice weather. While they have waited for the snow and ice to disappear, the Spartans track team has been spread out around the school to get their workouts. Head coach Neil Seering told DoorCountyDailyNews.com’s Paul Schmitt during Wednesday’s L-C Spring Sports Preview that the team is ready to get outside.

The Spartans still have at least one more indoor meet before the outdoor season takes over as they face Chilton, Clintonville, Denmark,  Peshtigo, and  Seymour this afternoon at 4 p.m. at Seymour.

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