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Wright named Class 4A Boys Track and Field Coach of the Year

Andy Brown / Louisburg Sports Zone
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Louisburg boys track and field coach Andy Wright was all smiles after winning the Class 4A state championship. He was recently named as the Class 4A Coach of the Year.

The Louisburg boys track and field team had an historical 2021 season as the Wildcats won their second-ever state track championship.

A couple months later, the Wildcat team is reaping rewards from that special season – more specifically, Andy Wright.

Wright was named as the Class 4A Coach of the Year by the Kansas Cross Country and Track and Field Coaches Association. He guided the Wildcats to their first state track title in 10 years.

“Receiving the 4A Coach of the Year was is an absolutely incredible honor,” Wright said. “But I feel like this award really is a credit to the athletes and the entire coaching staff. The athletes were absolutely amazing to work with, and the coaching staff did a fantastic job of having each athlete prepared to do their best. 

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“It was an unforgettable season for many reasons, and this award just adds to it. I couldn’t be more proud of the athletes and coaches that were part of it.”

Louisburg edged out Andale to win the state title as the Wildcats secured it in the final event of the 4A meet in Wichita. 

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Tom Koontz won the team’s lone state title in the 110-meter hurdles, but the Wildcats earned state medals in 12 of the 18 events.

Wright just completed his fourth season as the boys head coach.

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