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they put in the get ….

they put in the get the course ready for Thursday’s opener.

“We’re just excited to be able to have more things on campus than off-site,” Andy Guden said. “It’s better as a school for us to do that, we get more spectators. It’s easier to run concessions, bathrooms, parking lot, all that. So now we’re excited to host sectionals year after year on site if the WIAA awards it to us. Without Ms. Kuse giving us the green light, this really wouldn’t be here today.”

“We just want to say thank you Hildegard and to your late sister Loretta as well,” said Sherry Meyer, who is the assistant cross country coach. “As a coach we also put goals on our goal sheet at the beginning of the year and my personal goal was to have a cross country course on campus. This is one of my goals, my dreams come true for our team and I appreciate that. One reason I coach is to teach our student-athletes how to serve our community. With that being said, we just got to go out and cut buckthorn and do some service work on the farm museum and nature preserve at the Kuse farm, so that was really nice for the kids to do as well. We enjoyed that.”

“It’s a hand in hand kind of thing,” Kuse said. “Remember, there are other things back there, the cabin is back there, dad’s paintings are back there, there are a lot of things that are there for the community to see. We certainly want that to be something that can continue. It’s a hand in hand kind of thing. Loretta would be happy too.”