Haag, Sherwood, Tocco Sign with Colleges

January 13, 2020

left to right is Jeff Albert, CHS Varsity Softball coach, Kyle McCown, CHS Varsity Track/Cross Country, Adam Burhans, CHS Varsity Track/Cross Country, James Bond, CHS Varsity Soccer
Left to right is Brooklyn, Kameron, Gwendolyn

HS had a trio of student-athletes from the Class of 2020 publicly sign on the dotted line tonight, January 8th, with colleges to continue their academic and athletic careers.

Kameron Haag, Gwendolyn Sherwood and Brooklyn Tocco, all multi-sport Pioneer athletes, look to have success in their senior spring seasons in their respective sports before moving on to the college level.

Kameron Haag will be running track and cross country at Northwood University. She will join fellow Pioneer Lainey Veenkant at NU with Coach Wilk. Her high school coach, Kyle Mc-Cown, says about Kameron, “It’s not about how tall she is–it’s about how big her heart is.”

On the cross-country side, she was All-Jack Pine Conference all four years, finished in the top 8 in the State in all four seasons, and was Academic- All State in 2017, 2018 and 2019.

During the spring track season, she has been a State Qualifier in the 3200m run each of her three varsity seasons. Has been a part of three consecutive conference championship teams, three straight team regional champs, and a major part of two State Champion teams.

Gwendolyn Sherwood has been a 3-year varsity starter on the pitch for Clare. She has led the team in scoring in each of the last two years with 28 and 30 goals. She has been All-JPC and all- District all three years, All-Region twice, and twice has been named Honorable Mention All- State. Her biggest goal so far came in last year’s conference championship- clinching win over
Gladwin, and head coach James Bond calls her, “a very big part of our program’s improvement over the past few years.”

Brooklyn Tocco is a three-sport athlete at Clare. On the diamond, she has started every inning of her high school career as the varsity third baseman. She was named to the All-Region team last year and has been an All-JPC player each of the last two years. She hit three home runs in a game against Ogemaw Heights and, as her coach Jeff Albert says, “Brooklyn’s aggressiveness on the infield and at the plate have made her a standout in the mid-Michigan area. She almost always ends up after a game covered in dirt, fingers taped

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