Quick hits: S-C’s Sarabia signs with William Woods


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Smith-Cotton High School senior Blaine Sarabia has signed a national letter of intent to run track at William Woods University in Fulton. Seated with him are his parents, Michelle and John Sarabia. Back row, from left: S-C Assistant Principal Robin Wyatte, S-C Track Head Coach Brad Hagedorn, William Woods University Track Head Coach Daniel Radkowiec, S-C Track Assistant Coach Brent Katzing and S-C Athletic Director Rob Davis.


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Smith-Cotton High School senior Blaine Sarabia has signed a national letter of intent to run track at William Woods University in Fulton. Seated with him are his parents, Michelle and John Sarabia. Back row, from left: S-C Assistant Principal Robin Wyatte, S-C Track Head Coach Brad Hagedorn, William Woods University Track Head Coach Daniel Radkowiec, S-C Track Assistant Coach Brent Katzing and S-C Athletic Director Rob Davis.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_BSarabiaSigns1.jpgSmith-Cotton High School senior Blaine Sarabia has signed a national letter of intent to run track at William Woods University in Fulton. Seated with him are his parents, Michelle and John Sarabia. Back row, from left: S-C Assistant Principal Robin Wyatte, S-C Track Head Coach Brad Hagedorn, William Woods University Track Head Coach Daniel Radkowiec, S-C Track Assistant Coach Brent Katzing and S-C Athletic Director Rob Davis.

Smith-Cotton High School senior Blaine Sarabia has signed a national letter of intent to run track at William Woods University in Fulton.

Sarabia, a sprinter/jumper, is the son of Michelle and Jon Sarabia of Sedalia.

Daniel Radkowiec, head coach for William Woods cross country and track programs, said he and the Owls staff were impressed by Sarabia’s “work ethic, his maturity and obviously his dedication for the sport is awesome. We are really excited for his potential; he has a lot of untapped talent and with the good group of guys we have on our team, the sky is the limit.”

Brad Hagedorn, head coach of Smith-Cotton’s track teams, said: “Blaine has worked hard both in season and out. He has been a valuable asset for our team and we wish him the best of luck in college. William Woods is getting a high quality person and athlete.”

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