Camanche 2014 boys track and field, girls track and field, boys golf, girls golf, boys tennis and girls tennis.
Camanche boys track and field
Members of the 2014 Camanche High School boys track and field team are (front row, from left): Brady Determan, Jacob Pulse, Jimmy Zhang, Ryan Langston, Nick Phelps, Easton McDaniel, Logan Peterson and Cade Borrison; (middle row, from left): Zach Feller, Jason Zhang, Jesse Everhart, Ethan Schaffer, Tre Austin, Sammy Osaro, Zach Hines, Thomas Brantley, Brady Beal and Blake Bialas; and (back row, from left): Lane Kaczinski, Jeremiah Jones, Drey Abbot, Chadd Weller, David Gonzalez, Levi Carber, Connor Schmitt, Jared Smith, Will Seeser and Derek Harksen.
Camanche girls track and field
Members of the 2014 Camanche High School girls track and field team are (front row, from left): Demi Edens, Kylie Phillips, Jordan Goldbeck, Erin Dunn and Syrene Ball; (middle row, from left): Emily Sorem, Maddy Seibel, Megan Hoffman, Korrie Petersen, Georgia Peduzzi, Morgan Lyons, Bailey Mensinger and Jensen Crigger; and (back row, from left): Page Edens, Neva Wadelich, Courtney Schnoor, Courtney Martens, Libby Schnoor, Brittany Paasch, Victoria McCary, Alexis Campie, Jordan Nissen and Molly Kramer.
Camanche boys golf
Members of the 2014 Camanche boys golf team are (front row, from left): Jesse Lanhart, Riley Melchiori, Mason Lanhart, Hampton Grim and Jacob Shaw; and (back row, from left): Mikey Salvochka, Chod Gilbert, Mitch McElroy, Brody Lodge, Jacob Peasley and Colin Short. Not pictured: Devyn Booth.
Camanche girls golf
Members of the 2014 Camanche High School girls golf team are (front row, from left): Allison Donahue, Stephanie Lankford, Kerri Lord and Payton Hardin; and (back row, from left): Quin Rauchenecker, Brittani Gregorich, Kelly Michaelsen, Morgan Benthin and Alison Seibel.
Camanche boys tennis
Members of the 2014 Camanche High School boys tennis team are (front row, from left): Seth Boysen, Zach Phillips, Tait Vogel and Nathan Thoms; and (back row, from left): Harsh Patel, Keaton DenBesten, Tanner Atkinson and Devan Michels.
Camanche girls tennis
Members of the 2014 Camanche High School girls tennis team are (front row, from left): Page Edens, Alexa DeVries, Kylie Phillips and Lexi Cundiff; and (back row, from left): CJ Leary, Brett Hilgendorf, Maddie Parker, Kylie Vogel and Lindsey Grams.
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