For the first time ever, we have Co-Wolverine Players of the Week in tracksters Chase Domier and Cade Kapphahn.
Both guys got their season rolling at Bemidji State last week in strong fashion and made it hard to narrow it down to just one. Lucky for us, we get a double-whammy this week! Here’s what Coach Marc Reynolds had to say about the upperclassmen,
Chase is blessed with some of the best speed I have ever coached and could easily go down as one of the fastest sprinters to ever come through Wadena-Deer Creek. He is a true team player and will do whatever is asked of him. Some events may not be his favorite, but he does what is best for the team and his individual training. Track has become a top priority for Chase and the extra work is already paying off with a big meet to start the season last week at BSU. We’re excited to see what he can do this spring!Cade is an individual who will do whatever he can to help the team. Cade’s main events are hurdling and jumping, but Cade has stepped in on relays and sprinting events as well over the past 3 years. Cade has worked through some injuries in the last year that ended his track season early in 2018, but he has some big time goals for his senior season and got off to a great start at the first meet at BSU. Hurdling and jumping events take a lot of extra time and Cade has progressed nicely over the course of his career.
Congratulations Chase and Cade!
Check out the quick interview with both below:
(Photo Credit: Dana Cantleberry-WDC Schools)