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2017 Legacy Girls Track Capsule

LEGACY

Head coach: Tyrone Armstrong, first season

Returning letter winners: Fifteen

Top athletes: C’Aree Stevenson (Jr.), Alexis Saiz (Sr.), Brianna Clark (Sr.), Amiah DeSouze (Jr.), Tyrah Florence (Sr.), Keshauna Myles (Jr.), Malaysia Montgomery (Jr.), Imee Dichoso (Jr.), Jaiden Terasa (Jr.), Rebecca McKenzie (Sr.)

Outlook: A long-time track coach, Armstrong takes over a program primed for success.

“This year, the Longhorns hope to make a strong run for the state championship,” Armstrong said. “We are a little more balanced than last year. We hope that we can build on last year’s success and qualify more young ladies to state.”

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