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Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Coach Jarrod Remer Leaves Cedarville To Start New Journey As Pointer

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Pictured: Chloe Morrow, Coach Jarrod Remer, and Katie Oden

After 10 years at Cedarville assistant coaching football and head coaching girls track, Coach Jarrod Remer will be going from Pirate to Pointer as he leaves Cedarville and heads to Van Buren. Although Coach Remer is excited to take on his new Van Buren coaching roles in football and girls track, the many relationships he has made in the Cedarville community are what have made this decision a difficult one. “I want to start off by saying that I have LOVED my time at Cedarville, especially getting to coach these amazing young ladies. It has been fun watching several of them develop their skills from 7th-12th grade. And a special thank you to the administration at Cedarville for always supporting me as a teacher and a coach.”

Responding to the news of their coaches departure was Lady Pirates, Chloe Morrow who stated, “Thank you for always caring for us so much and putting so much time and effort into us! You were a great coach to have!” and Katie McBroom who said, “I’m so thankful I had you as my track coach all my years through jr high and sr high! You helped me accomplish so much, and I couldn’t have done any of it without you!”

Coach Remer concluded, “We have made many memories over the years, from track meets where it’s spitting snow to this past season where we medaled in every event we entered at the State track meet. And there are countless others too numerous to list. To my Athletes: Have the confidence in yourselves that I always have in you. Don’t be afraid to try new things. We learn more from our failures than our successes. I love you all and will miss you very much!”

Cedarville football coaches, Matt Chandler, Max Washausen, and Remer
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