'Once a Crusader, always a Crusader'

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A brief ceremony was held earlier this week in the Monroe-Woodbury High School gymnasium to honor the seniors who will continue their athletic careers next year when they go off to college. Athletic Director Lori Hock and school board members Jon Huberth and Don Beeler were on hand to congratulate the student-athletes. More than 50 members of the Class of 2017 will compete collegiately in sports such as baseball, softball, football, soccer, swimming and diving, track and field, lacrosse, basketball and wrestling.

Photo by William Dimmit

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