Stoll named Alleman girls' track coach


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Posted Online: Dec. 05, 2012, 7:00 pm
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Scott Stoll has been named the Alleman girls' track coach. Stoll replaces Brianne Marriott, who resigned last summer.

In the last five years, Stoll has served as both the head coach and assistant of the Pioneer Pacers youth program. He also served as an assistant for the Alleman cross country program this fall.

"Coach Stoll brings some excellent qualities to this position," Alleman athletic director Steve Smithers said. "He understands Alleman and our partner schools, and will provide some very positive and proven leadership to our girls' track program."
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