With the global pandemic at hand, the 2020 Clipper track and field season got cut short after only a couple weeks of indoor practice and the hopes of better weather and upcoming indoor invitationals that were soon to be canceled. The Clipper girls looked to defend their 2019 Packerland Conference Championship - the first in a decade, while the boys team looked to regain the dominance they had on a three year run ending last season. With the season, school, and basically our lives on hold we can only hope that the sacrifices we are asked to make will lead to a return of normalcy and hopefully our 2020 track and field season. It’s very much like an eye exam, you look forward as hard as you can, and although some things are fuzzy and not very clear, you just keep on going.
High school seniors have been robbed of so many last memories of their high school careers, including being the influential leaders they have turned out to be.
The senior girls include four year track athletes Hailey DeGrave, Kasia Klotz, and Delaney Shortreed. Haley Reichers and Madelyn Jeanquart were set for their second year, and newcomer McKenna Gibson showed early promise to be an impact athlete.
Brought to you by Door County Medical Center, Nicolet National Bank, Culver's of Sturgeon Bay, and Bellin Health, the Senior Day Series can be found at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com and by clicking on the individual athlete names above.