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Woolard jumps at chance to run at Columbia College
CHS standout to compete in track and X-C
CAMDEN HIGHS HEATHER WOOLARD SIGNED a National Letter of Intent to continue her academic and track/cross-country pursuits at Columbia College while flanked by her parents, Lisa and David Woolard. Standing, from left, are Camden High athletic director Brian Rimpf, CHS girls cross-country coach Mark Chickering, CHS principal Dan Matthews, Heathers twin sister, Caroline Woolard, CHS assistant track coach Quiyam Fleming, CHS head track coach Emet Reyes and CHS girls track coach Angie Brennen.
Mark Chickering recalls the moment as if it happened yesterday. With Chickering’s Camden High girls’ cross-country team hanging onto the 10th and final transfer slot into the AAA state meet last fall, Heather Woolard was the runner whose finish would decide if the Lady Bulldogs would make a third consecutive trip to the state meet or, have their season come to an end in the state qualifier. We’ll let Chickering take it from there.