Sports

5K raised for Trojan activities

Wrapping up cords after their performance Thursday night at Best Western are, from left, Alex Holden, Zachary Holcomb, Dallas Carlson and James Trent.
Wrapping up cords after their performance Thursday night at Best Western are, from left, Alex Holden, Zachary Holcomb, Dallas Carlson and James Trent.
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The Fairfield activities department wants to thank the Trojan community for “helping to make the Lions Club spaghetti supper another successful event!” said Jeff Courtright this morning. “We have fielded many compliments about the event, many people showed up to help and support this fundraiser and rough figures show that over $5,000 was raised for our extracurricular activities.”

Courtright added that all of the food items served and all of the silent auction and raffle items were donated by the community and the department and it’s student participants would like to thank everyone for their continued support of their activities.

Coaches corner

Brian Dunlap

“Great for our kids to get out and serve the community and interact with our followers and fans.”

Tonight’s track meet at Central College

“We’re looking forward to getting on the track, it’s been a slow go with the weather, but we’ll get some marks tomorrow and we’re excited about that.”

Lisa Greenig - bowling

“I love being involved in community events and supporting the athletes and the community any way I can.”

Bob Bradfield - softball

“It’s fun to see the kids working and how good of a job they do. I’ve been here so long I know half the people here and I get to catch up with some of them.”

On getting reps in

“Some of the girls are hitting on Sundays in the gym and pitchers and catchers are working together on Sundays and Wednesdays.”