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Madera places second in TRAC


Tyler Takeda/The Madera Tribune

Madera Unified Gymnasticcs coaches Tammi Britton, left, and Coleen Spraggins, right, show they still have it before Friday’s Tri-River Athletic Conference championships. Madera lost to Clovis West to place second in Britton’s and Spraggins’ final meet. They are both retiring after this season. From left, are assistant coach Kirsten Lamaack, Marley Hernandez, Yuriet Amezola, Lexie Trevino, Nadine Huerta, Senior Skyla Spraggins, Senior Ariana Hernandez, Senior Chloe Paat-Stansbury, Mia Moreno-Diaz, Audrina Williamson and Angie Castillo.

 

CLOVIS — Madera Unified Gymnastics was in trouble and about to be disbanded before Tammi Britton stepped up to unifiy the schools to make one gymnastics team a few years ago.


After 35 years at the helm of Madera Coyotes gymnastics, and then Madera Unified gymnastics, Britton is retiring, along with assistant coach Coleen Spraggins, who has been by Britton’s side for 15 years, and was a member of Britton’s first gymnastics team.


This year’s team tired to send Britton and Spraggins out with a Tri-River Athletic Conference championship, but came just short.

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