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Cats Players and Coaches Prepare for Triangle Classic

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It's about that time in spring camp where the Bobcats are now going to take the show on the road. As the next time the Bobcats take the field it will be over in Great Falls. As the Bobcats prepare for the annual Triangle Classic.

"I don't know exactly what I'm getting myself into," said Choate. "The way I've been described it is depending on who you ask, you'll get a different answer on what the event is all the time."  

Well the triangle classic is first and foremost a spring game.  The Cats will scrimmage at the famous memorial stadium, and serves as a homecoming for current Bobcats like Bryan Wilkes and Dylan Mahoney.

"It's great. I get to go back and see my family and eat dinner with my family at the banquet," said Mahoney. "Then we get to play in front of them. They don't get to come down here and watch me play every spring so I get to go up there and play in front of my family. It's always great. It's pretty cool to tell some of my teammates that this is where I played high school ball. I even played against some of my teammates on that field. So there's a lot of good memories."

 Joe Theisman is the keynote speaker at this year's banquet, which happens to be the largest annual fundraiser for Bobcat athletics.   

"I know that this event does a great deal to help us fund our scholarships in the athletic department. So it's a big event. You can tell the excitement up there. I think they take a lot of pride in what they do for Bobcat athletics, and it's something we greatly appreciate."

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