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Albany lost a runner but gained a coach
Albany runners Ciara Kaderly, left, and Lauren Blumer, right, hug Sydnee Woyak. Woyak, a senior who qualified for the state meet last season, has a stress fracture and won't be able to run Saturday. (Times photo: Mark Nesbitt)
ALBANY - One noticeable face won't be on the course running with the Albany girls cross country team at the WIAA Division 3 state meet Saturday at the Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids. Albany senior Sydnee Woyak's season was wiped out due to a stress fracture in her foot, but she will still play a role at the state meet by helping to coach her teammates. "It's a huge accomplishment that we made it to state with her coaching," Albany junior Ciara Kaderly said of Woyak.