Pomeroy School Board

Cross Country, football and volleyball make a comeback


March 4, 2021

-EW photo by Dotty Van Vogt

It's safe to say that athletes who have turned out for cross country were delighted to be competing again after an approximately 18-month absence from prep sports. Pomeroy's XC teams, under the guidance of Coach Greg Sharp, were mixed in as this portion of the pack starts the race at Lybecker Field. The Pirate football and volleyball programs are also underway, both programs having success recently: Pirate football, coached by Kyle Kimble, has two wins under their belts and the Lady Buccanneers, with Adam Van Vogt as head coach, have been improving, counting their first win Saturday.

POMEROY–Pomeroy Schools students are back playing sports: cross-country, football and volleyball. They are actively practicing and competing with other schools with limited spectator attendance due to COVID restrictions.

The School Board approved the hire of Katrina Sharp as assistant cross-country coach. Currently there are 36 athletes in the program, which consists of grades 6-12.


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